Clary Middle School will host a public hearing for families to learn more about the school’s receivership designation and what that means for students.
Each year, the New York State Education Department reviews information about the performance of each public school and assigns it an accountability status. Clary Middle School has been designated a ‘struggling school,’ which places it under State receivership requirements for the 2018-19 school year.
As a result of this designation, the Superintendent has increased authority to make changes to help the school increase student performance. In addition, the school will create a Community Engagement team – consisting of students, teachers, families and community members – to assist in developing and monitoring the school’s improvement efforts.
Clary staff will host a public hearing on Monday, February 11, 2019 to discuss the school’s performance and the details surrounding receivership, as well as to answer any questions from families. The meeting will be held in the Clary Middle School Cafeteria (100 Amidon Drive) on Monday, February 11th at 5:00 pm.