Please join us in congratulating our awesome elementary art students for their winning entries in the annual Lakewood Fire Department Fire Safety Poster Contest this year! The three winners in each elementary school won a personalized plaque and a gift card worth $20, $30, and $50! Each first-place winner's entry will be entered into the Ocean County Fire Safety Poster Contest.
A big thank you to our winning art teachers too! Ms. Julia Putelo, Ms. Lauren Griffin, Ms. Ariel Williams, and Mr. Reggie Russell
And thank you again to Lakewood Schools alumni, Mr. James Ecks, and the Lakewood Fire Department for making it all possible.
Ella G. Clarke School Winners
Stephanie Martinez Urrutia, 4th grade
Adolfo Lopez Gomez, 4th grade
Stephanie Velasco Perez, 4th grade
Ella G. Clarke School Vision
The students at Ella G. Clarke School will emerge as empathetic, resilient, independent learners who acquire the 21 st Century skills of creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and problem-solving.
Ella G. Clarke School Mission
Ella G. Clarke School strives to set high expectations while providing an elated, equitable educational experience that fosters enthusiasm for learning and encourages a growth mindset for children and adults. Our school recognizes and supports a strong foundation and collaboration among all stakeholders in order to enhance academic success and development of its students.
Attendance and Tardiness
School Hours: 7:45 a.m. -2:15 p.m.
Morning Arrival Time: 7:30 a.m. -7:45 a.m.
Afternoon Dismissal: 2:15 p.m.
Your child will be counted tardy if he or she arrives after 7:45 a.m.
Regular attendance is essential for success!