Clarence Central School District is located at 9625 Main Street Clarence, NY. This public school system has six schools and takes care of the education needs of the Town of Clarence located in the northeastern part of Erie County. Founded in 1808, Clarence is the oldest, existing town in Erie County and, at 55 square miles, one of the largest. Land use is primarily agricultural and residential with some light industry. A town board, made up of a supervisor and four councilmen, constitutes the main governing body.
The town itself is made up of several diverse neighborhoods including Clarence Hollow, Harris Hill, Clarence Center, Wolcottsburg, Swormville, and East Amherst.
Students can enroll into the Clarence Central School District for learning in grades K through 12. The Office of Curriculum and Staff Development supports and advocates for high quality, professional opportunities for our faculty and staff to continue to develop the learners. Additional responsibilities include overseeing all components of a quality district-wide curriculum, the New York State assessment and reporting requirements, and the management of federal and state grants.
The school system is an integral part of the community it serves. With a work force of about 700, it is one of the area's largest employers. Local businesses and nonprofit agencies are generous sponsors of school events and an impressive number of citizens serve on District advisory councils, parent/teacher organizations, shared decision-making teams, booster clubs, and school-based planning committees.
Clarence Central School District
9625 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031
Erie County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13.9
Schools in this District: 6
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|