About Us

Crouse CLC

Principal: Tara Bruce

Dean of Students: Dawn Hines

Programs

Akron After School: Servicing third grade students with after school academic support.   

Lebron’s Hard Work Club: Offers reading and math support and homework assistance Monday-Thursday from 2:30-4:00,

Variety of resources, including: Early Learning Program (ELP), Title I Math and Reading Tutors, AkronReads Tutors, speech therapy, special education, computers in classrooms and Minority Behavioral Health Group Services (individual, small group, and whole group counseling.  

Family Liaison: A dedicated staff member that links and supports parents with resources and school initiatives.

Crouse Ambassador Program: Student leaders from grades 4th - 6th.

 I-Care Mentoring

Community Garden

Boy Scouts of America

GAR Grant Recipient: $20,000 grant for technology and reading initiatives.

Highly trained staff: 70% of teachers have a master’s degree and teachers  and have an average of 19 years experience.

MY PROMISE

I Represent...

Myself
My Family
My School
My Community
With Pride
and Dignity
and Strive
For My Personal Best
Each Day


GUIDELINES FOR SUCCESS

(FIVE GOALS OF SELF MASTERY)

Take Pride in our work
Accept Challenges.
Be respectful to student and teachers.
Come to school to learn.
Always believe and dreams will come true.



History of Crouse CLC

The Crouse Community Learning Center was completed in 2009.

Crouse CLC is named in honor of George W. Crouse (1832-1912), who served as a teacher, county official, secretary-treasurer and president of a farm machinery manufacturer. He helped Dr. B.F. Goodrich to build the first rubber plant in Akron. Crouse was also a trustee of Buchtel College, and member and president of both the Akron Board of Education and City Council. In 1885, he was elected to the Ohio Senate and in 1886 to the U.S. Congress. He had a reputation of integrity and intelligence.


Groundbreaking for new building took place on June 4, 2007. The new CLC opened its doors to students on August 26, 2009. The original elementary school building was constructed in 1920, with an addition built in 1929.


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