Roy Clark Retires from PCC After 23 Years

17 May 2022

Roy Clark has been an educator for 40 years, and he spent 23 of those years at Pratt Community College.

A retirement reception was held in his honor on campus, where he was recognized for his sense of humor, fondness for the outdoors, talents on the harmonica and unique Bocce Ball umpiring skills. Though Clark is a Math teacher, he says calculating scores at games is not high on his list.

Clark was gifted a book from PCC Instruction titled The Cardinal Way, for his love of the St. Louis Cardinals and a fishing pole from the Pratt Higher Education Association (PHEA) for his love of the outdoors.

Clark was named the 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year at PCC by PHEA, as announced at the 2022 Commencement Ceremonies.

Clark says he plans to buy a kayak and bedding that sits a little higher off the ground, given his recent experience on a practice camping trip.

Congratulations to Roy Clark in his retirement, thank you for your dedication to PCC and our students.

Roy Clark, 2021-2022 PHEA Teacher of the Year.
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