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Supported Bell Program

The Clark School Bell Program is a structured academic support period built into students schedules.  This program provides students more time in the school day to work on school assignments. A small group of students will meet with a Bell Program teacher daily to work on academic assignments.  Bell Program is offered to students grades 7-12.

High School Bell Program:

Student take 3-4 core academic classes (M,W,F)

Student has 2-3 Directed Learning periods (M,W,F)

1 elective course (T, Th)

1 Directed Learning period (T,Th)

1 block per day meeting with Bell Program teacher in small group setting receiving academic support.

More time to work on assignments

High School Bell Program student:

Meet with a LC staff member in small group setting

Student takes 3-4 core academic classes (M,W,F)

Student has 2-3 Directed Learning periods (M,W,F)

1 elective course (T, Th)

1 LC period (T,Th)

Focus during small group time (1 time per day)

Assignment focus - working on projects, essays, and daily work

Test/Quiz pull out 

Middle & High school Staff member:

In charge of a small group of Clark Students (Gr.7-12) (8 - 15)

Following PowerSchool for assignment and grade check

Collaborating with LC Teachers and General Education Teacher to create individual goals

Accommodating assignments to meet those goals

Communication with staff, student, and parents on a regular basis (google keep)

Supporting students advocating goals

Supporting student in building tool box

Pull out for test/quizzes (verbal)

Bell Program Financials:

In addition to Tuition & Fees, the Supported Bell Program is $5,000 per year.

Email us at admissions@clarkschool.com or call us at 978-777-4699 to learn more about Clark School’s Bell Program and what it can offer your child