The Judith A. Resnik CLC has 385 students and is rated Effective.
Teachers average 23 years of experience; 84% hold a master's degree or higher.
Three teachers were selected as the district's Teachers of the Year in 1996, 1999 and 2006.
The Judith A. Resnik Community Learning Center opened on December 18, 2006.
The school is focused on a theme that ties everything together; SPACE stands for "Students Participating in Academics through Creative Exploration."
Resnik CLC's staff is dedicated to helping students achieve their fullest potential; various instructional strategies such as differentiation of instruction are implemented in classrooms to meet the educational needs of every student.
The 100 Book Challenge aids every classroom because students read at their "just-right" level; that motivates and instills a love of reading in students.
Continuous staff development is provided for staff members so that current teaching practices are implemented to meet the needs of all students.
Planners and newsletters aid school-home communication.
Resnik CLC celebrates successes with a parent/student luncheon every grading period to honor students of outstanding character.
An active PTA contributes to the success of Resnik CLC students.
The school is the recipient of numerous grants such as the Educator Initiative Grant.
Resnik CLC benefits from strong community partnerships with Virtual Hold Technology (for AkronReads), The University of Akron, Target and many more.
The school received a state award for reading; it was recognized as a state "School of Promise," distinguished in the area of reading, for the 2005-06 school year.
Resources from Exxon Mobile, NASA and COSI strengthen reading, writing, math and science skills.