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  •      JOHN BARRINGTON

         IT Assistant

    As a Clark School Senior, I discovered a love for teaching and helping others during my internship. Following graduation, I was given an opportunity to combine that with my other passion: technology. At Clark I work with the lower school, helping the students of kindergarten through eighth grade broaden their technological skill set, as well as helping them adjust to new and ever-changing spaces through the HTC Vive system.

     

     When not working at Clark, I can be found co-hosting a podcast about the latest movie releases.

     

  •      Laurie Berk Clark Lower School Dean D-GroupLAURIE BERK

         Assistant Headmaster

         D-Group

    A life-long resident of Massachusetts, Laurie graduated from Gordon College with Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and English, and a Bachelor of Arts in History in 2003. She currently holds a Massachusetts Teaching License in K-6 and has taught everything from Preschool through 7th grade in the city and the suburbs. Laurie joined Clark School as a Group 4 teacher and Dean of Students in 2007.

     

    She loves to travel, and particularly enjoys visiting historical sites. As a teacher, she focuses on Reading and Literature in her classroom, with particular attention paid to reading fluency. Laurie also enjoys marrying the study of History with Literature, bringing historical names, dates and figures alive for her students. In her spare time, Laurie enjoys losing her voice while wholeheartedly cheering for all of the Boston sports teams (yes – even when they’re losing!).

  •      TAYLOR BROWN

         C-Group

    Taylor has a Master's Degree in Moderate Disabilities and also a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. During her time at Endicott she had a variety of different teaching experiences all over the Northshore in multiple public school districts and private schools. Taylor excitedly joined the Clark School team in 2018 as the C-Group teacher. When Taylor is not teaching C-Group, she can be found baking, spending time with family, gardening, and relaxing at the beach on Plum Island.

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  •       JENNIFER CARACOGLIA

          LS Learning Center

    Writing diligently...

  •      ARMANDO CASTRO

         Middle and High School Spanish

    Writing diligently...I was born twice.  It is possible!  Furthermore, most of my life I have lived in two worlds. What is even more fascinating is the fact that I can withdraw from either world and see it form the outside.  I can even withdraw from both worlds simultaneously!  And if that is not miraculous enough, I can live in both worlds simultaneously.  And that is what makes my life so different, so wonderful, and so worthwhile.

     

    Because I was born twice, I have lived two lifetimes.  In one life, a short life, home changed location frequently but the people in it were many and they never left.  In the other life, a very long life, home has changed location only twice but the people who have been in it have been few and most of them have come and gone and have never left anything as much as an aroma of existence.

     

    I frequently visit my first life, my short life.  I do so for two reasons.  One, for fun, relaxation, remembrance, and introspection.  The other, in order to provide my second life with perspective and thereby with more enjoyment and appreciation.

     

    On the last day of my first life the world I knew disappeared in the time it takes an airplane to speed down a runway and take flight, and the last moment I lived in that world I didn’t know, I was not aware, that it in fact was the last moment.  At that moment I also didn’t know that in the following instant that world would become useless and, as of that instant, even foreign.  Lastly, I didn’t know that that instant would the last in many decades in which my name would be used.

     

    The first day of my second life in my second world was a cold, bitter cold day.  The name I had been called in first life was deemed different and in an instant was re-baptized and was not able to say anything about it.  I talked to no one and no one talked to me.  Everyone looked weird to me and I looked weird to everyone.  I saw a bicycle and it looked weird to me and I looked weird to it.  What was worse, I had the shortest of haircuts and nothing to protect my ears.

     

    With time, the new world taught me to forget the old and I taught myself how to live in the new.  Well, that’s inaccurate.  Both have been difficult and I am still not able to do either completely, correctly.  So difficult in fact, that when I visit my first life I cannot help but wish that I could transport the best parts of the second and combine them with those of the first in the old world, and when I return to the second life I cannot help but wish that I could transport the best parts of the first and combine them with those of the second in the new world.  Never satisfied.

     

    Never satisfied but yet happy, and more so than anybody else.  This is because for a long time now, as a result of living in two worlds, I have in fact been in possession of a superpower; a power that only a select few possess. I can now see and understand life in both worlds in a way that inhabitants of either cannot.  I see that they are in a trap that they cannot perceive but that is clear to my eyes.  I see that they are striving to reach a level of satisfaction that cannot be achieved without doing what I was fortunate enough to have to do:  abandon their world.

     

    After two lifetimes and two worlds I have arrived at only one certainty: that when I visit my first life, my first world, I ask myself “what am I doing here?, and when I return to my second life, my second world, I ask myself “what am I doing here?”.  In a few years I will have been born a third time.

     

  •      Jodi Cirone, Clark School, Lower School E-Goup teacherJODI CIRONE

         E-Group

    Jodi holds a double Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Economics from Boston College and a Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University. She also holds a preliminary certification in math. Prior to working at The Clark School she worked in Human Resources during the day and taught courses at local colleges and universities in the evenings and on weekends. Jodi loves working with students one on one and has tutored students of all ages for the past twelve years. She joined Clark School as a math and Learning Center assistant in 2008, has taught high school as a math and English teacher and is currently teaching our E Group students. In addition to teaching Jodi is a mom, cook, housekeeper, taxi driver, nurse, handyman, maid, tutor, security guard, comforter and an ATM to her four children, and in her spare time she.........oh right, she has none!

  • Amy Clark, Director of Operations, Clark School     AMY CLARK

         Director of Operations

    Amy Clark has more than 20 years of experience managing businesses, both large and small. She joined Clark School from Xpogen, Inc., where she was the Office Manager at the bio-tech start-up. Previously, Amy was the Group Administrator for the Government and Education vertical at Sapient Corporation, a global internet consulting firm. She began her career at Synetics, Inc., a former national government contractor. She graduated from Castleton University with a B.S. in Business Management and resides in Salisbury, MA with her family. When she’s not working, Amy enjoys finding delicious recipes on Pinterest, reading novels and spending time with her family.

  •      Jeff Clark, Clark School, Head of School JEFF CLARK

         Head of School

    Jeffrey Clark has worked at Clark School for over 20 years, serving as headmaster since 2006. He was also one of the first students at Clark School during the school’s inception year in 1979 and is a graduate of the school. Jeff studied in the BFA acting program at Salem State University before attending the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Santa Maria, CA. Jeff returned to Clark School to teach Shakespeare and drama before assuming the title of Dean of Students and then stepping into the role of headmaster.

     

    Under Jeff’s leadership, Clark School has embraced the educational opportunities presented by new technology. Jeff has also drawn upon his own experiences and challenges as a dyslexic student in developing the Clark School’s policies on educational equality.

     

    In addition to his duties as headmaster, Jeff also sits on the advisory board to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Salem State University, where he is leading initiatives by the College to develop improvements to the services it provides to students with spectrum-based learning disabilities.

  • John Cotti, Clark School, High School, Learning Center     JOHN COTTI

         HS Learning Center

    After student teaching, substitute teaching, working with kids through Scouting, and spending his summers at Pingree Day Camp as a counselor, John Cotti made the natural progression to the classroom. John received his Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts (with a minor in English) from Salem State University and has been teaching at The Clark School for over a decade with experience in both the Lower School and High School as a member of the Learning Center staff and also teaching Spanish. When not in the classroom, John can be found singing and playing guitar with his band, The Zacklys. John also enjoys writing about himself in the third person.

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  •      Tim Danner, Clark School, Technology Integrator/EducatorTIM DANNER

         Technology Integrator/Educator

    Having taught English for a number of years at both secondary and undergraduate programs, and having subsequently worked as an educational technologist and an independent tutor in the Bay Area, I now work as Clark School’s Technology Integrator/Educator. In this position, I work with teachers, students, administrators, staff and parents to integrate academic technology as a tool for student assistance and enrichment, and additionally teach classes in Digital Citizenship, Vlogging, and other technology areas. On evenings and weekends, I run cothinkers, an online tutoring service dedicated to connecting students with great teachers in subjects such as literature, writing, study skills, and college essay prep.

     

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  •      Tim Danner, Clark School, Technology Integrator/EducatorCasey Doherty

         HS English

    For as long as she can remember, Casey has always wanted to be a teacher. In high school, she found her calling; high school English classes. In order to make this happen, Casey received a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2012. In 2014, she graduated from Northeastern University with a Master’s degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in English. For the last 5 years, Casey has taught both middle school and high school English, and hopes to continue teaching for many years to come.

     

    Casey is passionate about literature, travel, and animals (she adopted a rescue cat in 2017). When Casey is not teaching, she can be found spending time with family and friends.

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  •      JEPH ELLIS

         Art

    Writing diligently...

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  •      JESSICA FELIZARDO

         Operations

    Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Lynchburg College and a Masters of Art in English and Teaching Writing from Rutgers University. She also holds MA preliminary licensure for grades 5-8, 9-12 in English. Prior to working at the Clark School, Jessica taught at the college level for 15 years and most recently worked as the Director of Academic Development at a small private school in Boston’s Back Bay. In this role, she managed the tutoring center and academic probation program, in addition to teaching fulltime for the English department. She also has extensive experience supporting ESOL learners and students with learning disabilities. Prior to teaching, she worked on a real-time news desk for Dow Jones where she edited the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and other business-related newswires. She joined Clark as part of the Operations team, bringing her background in project management and communications to the school. In her spare time, she can be found in her happy place – volunteering with therapy donkeys. At home, Jessica has one young daughter, one old dog, one slimy frog and about 1,000 very busy bees.

  • Susan Ferringo, Clark School, A-Group Teacher     SUSAN FERRINGO

         A-Group

    Susan earned a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education from Lesley University in 2001. After graduating, she received a position as the 2nd Grade teacher at Sacred Heart School in Lynn, MA where she taught for 10 years. Susan joined the Clark School Team in 2012 as an Academic Afterschool Teacher and a Learning Center assistant. Besides spending time with her husband, son and their dog, Twilight, Susan enjoys reading, baking and spending time with family.

  •      J.C. Fox, Clark School, Director of Technology and FacilitiesJC FOX

         Director of Technology and Facilities

    JC graduated from Salem State with a BA in Political Science and minor in Theatre Arts. Having worked the last 16 years in IT, JC brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to his role as the Facilities Manager. He is responsible for the general upkeep and maintenance of the school's two locations. When not at school you can find him watching the Red Sox.

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  •      TONY GARVIN

         HS Math & Science

    Tony Garvin received his BS in Business Administration from Skidmore College and his MS in Physics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.   For ten years following school, Tony worked as a civilian researcher for the Pentagon, with most of that time devoted to research focused on the Strategic Defense Initiative (the “Star Wars” program).  He subsequently spent twenty years as an institutional portfolio manager, managing investments for university endowments, corporate pension plans and state retirement offices.

     

    Tony recently re-joined the Clark community, several years after his daughter graduated from Clark.  He teaches Physics, Calculus and Pre-Calculus.

  •       Eric Getz

          E-Group

    Eric brings an exciting and robust background in education and museum exhibit design to his classroom.  His path to becoming a teacher began in the museum design world where he developed, wrote, and designed award-winning history exhibits for the Smithsonian, Mount Vernon, and the National Park Service.  He specializes in identifying important stories and finding the most creative ways to share them with diverse audiences. In his classes, he weaves technology, hands-on opportunities, and immersive settings into lessons as a way to engage and motivate young minds.

  • Marni Griffin, Clark School, Clark High School, Math Teacher     MARNI GRIFFIN

         HS Math

    Teaching is a rewarding experience.  I teach so I can learn about the world and all of those infinite possibilities that brand new minds bring to me each and every day.  I graduated from Boston University receiving a BS in Human Movement (5-12).  Years later, I earned a M.Ed. in the area of Science Education, from Northeastern University.  I have over 18 years of teaching experience, having taught in Florida, Massachusetts, and Maine.  When I am not in school, I enjoy spending time with my family, coaching basketball and spending time near the ocean.

     

  •      Nicole Soriano, Clark School, Drama TeacherNICOLE S. GULINO

         Drama

    Nicole (Soriano) Gulino began studying theatre and performing professionally at a very young age. She graduated Cum Laude with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Dance from the prestigious Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts. Upon graduation, Nicole immediately signed with an agency in NYC and moved to the big city. After spending her years performing off-Broadway and on the national tour of NYC's longest running children's show, as well as traveling for regional theatre jobs around the country, Nicole accepted the position of Director of Dance and Movement at Boston Children's Theatre and relocated to the greater Boston area. Shortly after, she began teaching Drama at Clark School, and is now absolutely thrilled to be Clark's full time Drama, Music & Movement teacher.

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  • Dan Hall, Clark School, High School, Teacher of Humanities, History, Future-Planning and Guidance     DAN HALL

          HS Humanities

    Dan Hall received his BA in History and Masters in Education from the University of Massachusetts, graduating with high honors from the Commonwealth Honors College. His thesis, pertaining to love and loyalty in Samurai culture, was archived at the library and is occasionally used by researchers. Dan is also an expert in the Histories of Germany, China, 19th Century America and Criminal History, especially pertaining to pirates and bandits in the modern era.

     

    In addition to teaching high school, Dan also works as a test prep tutor, where he was recently nominated for tutor of the year, at a local newspaper. He is excited to be a member of the Clark School team, and can be found exploring overlooked corners of New England, writing up historically based articles for websites and publications.

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  •      Nicky Kern, Clark School, Learning Center, E-GroupNICKY KERN

         LS Learning Center

    Nicky holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education from Lesley University. She started her teaching career in Prince George's County, Maryland teaching First Grade and Kindergarten. After teaching for several years, she moved to Pennsylvania with her husband, Mike, where she was a manager in the family-owned restaurant business. She also worked for Trehab, a Community Action Agency. As a case manager at Trehab, she worked with adults that were on state assistance, helping them find jobs. She guided them through their job to become economically independent. After having their first son, Nicky and her family moved back to Massachusetts where the family business purchased a Bed and Breakfast in Rockport, MA in 2002. Nicky went back to full-time teaching as an aide in the EPIC program at GLEC in Methuen, MA. In 2014, she joined Clark School as a Learning Center Teacher in the Lower School. When Nicky isn't teaching or running the Bed and Breakfast, she enjoys reading, hanging out with her family and friends, skiing, traveling, riding roller coasters, going to the beach and baking lots of desserts.

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  •      Michelle Mahoney, Clark School, Lower School, D-Group TeacherMICHELLE MAHONEY

         D-Group

    Michelle holds a Bachelors degree in Education and is only a few classes away from her Masters degree in Special Education. Michelle She has taught from Infants up to 6th grade since 2009. Prior to Clark school Michelle worked in the city as a behavior specialist, particularly with children on the Autism spectrum since 2012.She still works with a home client on the weekends.She started working at Clark in 2015 as a one on one aide. She loves working with students and has dreamed of being a teacher her whole life.

     When Michelle is not teaching at school she is teaching at home to her two young daughters. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, shopping online and getting lost in a good book. She also loves chocolate and could not live without it!

  • Denise Moutafis, Clark School, Lower School, E-Group Teacher     DENISE MOUTAFIS

         E-Group

    Denise graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology, and additional coursework in psychology, sociology, and business development. In order to finance her education, she worked full-time for seven years in health care and real estate while taking courses at night, before she was able to attend college full-time. During college Denise was a substitute teacher, research intern, EKG Technician, and medical assistant at the Franklin Park Children’s Zoo. When her children were small, she co-taught a child development course at Wheelock College, Art at Notre Dame Children’s Class, and was a substitute teacher for a variety of classes at The Clark School. In addition, Denise established two small businesses (a cooperative art gallery, a baking business), and was business manager for a start-up medical device company. During the summer months, Denise tackles some major project in her 150 year old house that she has absolutely no business undertaking – hence the three-summer-old upstairs bathroom renovation.

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  • Alison Landoni, Clark School, Registrar     ALISON LANDONI

         In-House Graphics

    Most recently Alison has served Clark as the Registrar, but is now contributing as the in-house graphic designer.  In addition to her many years of administrative, graphic design, and video production experience, Ms. Landoni is the mother of Clark Alumnus, Ben Wickey ('14) and a former Clark art teacher. Alison is an artist member of the National Association of Women Artists, the Rockport Art Association & Museum, Newburyport Art Association and performs with the Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe. Her art studio is located in Pigeon Cove, Rockport. Alison holds a BFA from Montserrat College of Art and is a graduate candidate in Lesley University's Master's program for Mental Health Counseling with a focus in Expressive Art Therapy.

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  •      Odessa O'Neil, Clark School, High School, Physical EducationODESSA O'NEIL

         Physical Education

    Odessa is a NASM certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach and has an extensive background in athletics and coaching youth sports. She teaches general fitness as well as yoga and various meditation techniques to both the Lower and High School.  After serving five years as a K-5 teachers assistant, and three years in the Clark Lower and High School Academic Afterschool Program, Odessa has been assisting High School students to fulfill their academic obligations as a Directed Learning instructor our Learning Center.

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  •         DAN WELLEHAN

            HS Science

    Dan got hooked on education while instructing for Outward Bound, where he has been facilitating remote wilderness expeditions for 20 years.  Previously he earned a B.A. from Bates College with a major in geology, where he fell in love with field based science.  While on expedition with Outward Bound he found himself occasionally teaching impromptu glaciology courses - from atop or even inside glaciers while teaching crevasse rescue.  He also couldn’t help but explain the rock underfoot, the 440 million year old seafloor beds rippling across New England’s peaks.  Although he continues to facilitate wilderness trips during his summers, Dan noticed that vast numbers of student were actually kept indoors, and so he ventured inside to teach science.  In 2003 Dan earned his Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  He has since taught in a variety of progressive settings, in both public and private schools, from kindergarten through high school.  Dan firmly believes in breaking down the supposed divide between science and our everyday lives.  He hopes to make biology accessible and relevant, maybe even fascinating, and he definitely believes in getting our hands dirty exploring the subject.  On a good day he can be found either biking, paddling, or simply exploring outside with his own kids.

  •      Anthony Wijeyesinghe, Clark School, High School Student Services, History Teacher  ANTHONY WIJEYESINGHE

           Director of HS Student Affairs

           HS Social Sciences

    Anthony carries a Bachelor’s Degree in History along with a Minor in Communications from Southern New Hampshire University. A member of the Clark School family since the Fall of 2011, Anthony can be found in the Clark high school teaching Psychology and Sociology.  He has been advising the Clark high school Student Council since 2013. In addition, Anthony has become the lead for the Senior Internship Program and the keeper of all high school student's Community Service hours. Anthony enjoys the outdoors and runs the Clark high school Ski Club!

     

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  • Page Sostek, Clark School, Lower School, Learning Center     PAGE SOSTEK

         LS Learning Center

    I have been working in a variety of educational settings for the past 25 years. I began my work in preschool and kindergarten after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wheelock College with a concentration in Early Childhood Education. While at Wheelock, I also assisted with children's drama classes at The Wheelock Family Theatre, and decided to further my education in working with children in theatre. I continued on to Emerson College where I received a Master of Arts degree with a focus in Theatre Education and spent many years incorporating the use of theatre in my classroom, and helping inspire teachers to use it as a complementary tool for enhancing the learning experiences for children when they are engaged in more traditional and core subjects. I began working part-time when my children were young, as a visiting drama teacher in various preschools, and I also taught theatre classes. Most of my work experience has been with children between the ages of preschool through fifth grade, although I did spend some time working with high school students in an SAT English preparatory program. For the past 5 years I have worked for the Beverly Public Schools assisting children in grades 1 -5 with a variety of social/emotional and academic needs. I am very excited to now be joining the Clark School where I will be a member of the Learning Center Staff, assisting children in both A and C groups. It is my hope that my kind patience and calm demeanor will compliment what is already a strong and supportive learning environment, and bring some comfort, guidance, and a smile to all students, but especially those students that might need some extra attention and assistance.

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  •     Kalynn Rooney, Clark School, High School Director of Academic Support, Learning CenterKALYNN ROONEY

        Director of Academic Support

        HS Learning Center

    Kalynn graduated Saint Joseph’s College of Maine with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education. She has been interested in being a teacher since high school, where she had the opportunity to assist in a Kindergarten classroom. She started working at the Clark School in 2008 as the pre-school teacher for two years. In 2010, she started working in the learning center department. She works with both the High School and Lower School students.

     

  • Betsy Russell, Clark School, Offic Manager     BETSY RUSSELL

         Office Manager

    Betsy graduated from Salem University with a BS in Early Childhood Education. She worked as a lead teacher in nursery schools and as a Kindergarten Aide in Marblehead while her children were young. Following that, she was the Assistant Manager of Stowaway Sweets in Marblehead for 4 years. In 2002, Betsy moved to Maine where she worked as a parent liaison in the Admissions Office at New Horizons for Young Women - an outdoor therapeutic program for at-risk girls. Wanting to be nearer to her family, Betsy moved back to the North Shore in 2008 and joined the Clark School family as the office manager.

     

    Betsy is also the "mom" of Riley, a Labrador mix. Riley, a certified therapy dog, greets our community every morning

     

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  •      KIRSTEN PAULSON-NEIDHARDT

         LS Learning Center

    Kirsten graduated from Lesley University in 2014 with her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education.  She currently holds her Initial License in both Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education both with the SEI endorsement. Kirsten taught grades three and four in Newburyport as an Instructional Assistant from 2010-2015.  Since then Kirsten has worked as a long term substitute in Lowell, Haverhill, and Reading School.  In the Fall of 2016 Kirsten joined Clark School as the Learning Center teacher for D – Group.

  • Laurie Berk Clark Lower School Dean D-Group

  • Jodi Cirone, Clark School, Lower School E-Goup teacher

  • Amy Clark, Director of Operations, Clark School

  • Jeff Clark, Clark School, Head of School

  • John Cotti, Clark School, High School, Learning Center

  • Tim Danner, Clark School, Technology Integrator/Educator

  • Susan Ferringo, Clark School, A-Group Teacher

  • J.C. Fox, Clark School, Director of Technology and Facilities

  • Nicole Soriano, Clark School, Drama Teacher

  • Dan Hall, Clark School, High School, Teacher of Humanities, History, Future-Planning and Guidance

  • Nicky Kern, Clark School, Learning Center, E-Group

    Nicky holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education from Lesley University. She started her teaching career in Prince George's County, Maryland teaching First Grade and Kindergarten. After teaching for several years, she moved to Pennsylvania with her husband, Mike, where she was a manager in the family-owned restaurant business. She also worked for Trehab, a Community Action Agency. As a case manager at Trehab, she worked with adults that were on state assistance, helping them find jobs. She guided them through their job to become economically independent. After having their first son, Nicky and her family moved back to Massachusetts where the family business purchased a Bed and Breakfast in Rockport, MA in 2002. Nicky went back to full-time teaching as an aide in the EPIC program at GLEC in Methuen, MA. In 2014, she joined Clark School as a Learning Center Teacher in the Lower School. When Nicky isn't teaching or running the Bed and Breakfast, she enjoys reading, hanging out with her family and friends, skiing, traveling, riding roller coasters, going to the beach and baking lots of desserts.
  • Michelle Mahoney, Clark School, Lower School, D-Group Teacher

  • Denise Moutafis, Clark School, Lower School, E-Group Teacher

  • Alison Landoni, Clark School, Registrar

  • Anthony Wijeyesinghe, Clark School, High School Student Services, History Teacher

  • Melissa Simons, Clark School, Marketing

  • Page Sostek, Clark School, Lower School, Learning Center

  • Kalynn Rooney, Clark School, High School Director of Academic Support, Learning Center

  • Betsy Russell, Clark School, Offic Manager

  • Susan Ferringo, Clark School, A-Group Teacher

  • J.C. Fox, Clark School, Director of Technology and Facilities

  • Laurie Berk Clark Lower School Dean D-Group

  • Tim Danner, Clark School, Technology Integrator/Educator

  • Jodi Cirone, Clark School, Lower School E-Goup teacher

  • Amy Clark, Director of Operations, Clark School

  • Jeff Clark, Clark School, Head of School

  • John Cotti, Clark School, High School, Learning Center

  • Alison Landoni, Clark School, Registrar

  • Nicky Kern, Clark School, Learning Center, E-Group

    Nicky holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education from Lesley University. She started her teaching career in Prince George's County, Maryland teaching First Grade and Kindergarten. After teaching for several years, she moved to Pennsylvania with her husband, Mike, where she was a manager in the family-owned restaurant business. She also worked for Trehab, a Community Action Agency. As a case manager at Trehab, she worked with adults that were on state assistance, helping them find jobs. She guided them through their job to become economically independent. After having their first son, Nicky and her family moved back to Massachusetts where the family business purchased a Bed and Breakfast in Rockport, MA in 2002. Nicky went back to full-time teaching as an aide in the EPIC program at GLEC in Methuen, MA. In 2014, she joined Clark School as a Learning Center Teacher in the Lower School. When Nicky isn't teaching or running the Bed and Breakfast, she enjoys reading, hanging out with her family and friends, skiing, traveling, riding roller coasters, going to the beach and baking lots of desserts.
  • Dan Hall, Clark School, High School, Teacher of Humanities, History, Future-Planning and Guidance

  • Nicole Soriano, Clark School, Drama Teacher

  • Michelle Mahoney, Clark School, Lower School, D-Group Teacher

  • Denise Moutafis, Clark School, Lower School, E-Group Teacher

  • Anthony Wijeyesinghe, Clark School, High School Student Services, History Teacher

  • Melissa Simons, Clark School, Marketing

  • Page Sostek, Clark School, Lower School, Learning Center

  • Kalynn Rooney, Clark School, High School Director of Academic Support, Learning Center

  • Betsy Russell, Clark School, Offic Manager