The Clearwater Tigers battled the Greenville Bears in an exciting night of close contests. Following the games, Konnor Johnston was crowned the 2016 homecoming queen, with Libby Chitwood first runner-up, and Makenzie Lancaster second runner-up. For Spirit Week photos, homecoming action, and much more, register on the web at ReplayIt.com
The Cheerleaders are selling tickets for a chance to throw a pie in the face of a teacher at the spirit assembly. The choices are Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Silvester, and Glen CoCo. Glen CoCo is a mystery person that will be revealed on Friday at the pep rally. Tickets cost 50¢ and can be purchased in the morning before school in the lobby and during lunch in the lunchroom all this week.
Project Graduation will be hosting a fish fry on Friday, January, 29 in the Clearwater High School cafeteria. Dinner will be served 5:00-6:30 pm and will include fish, potatoes, slaw, beans, drink, and dessert. Tickets are $10 each purchased in advance from Project Grad Seniors. Tickets are also available at the Kim Volz American Family Insurance office in Piedmont and at the door on Friday night.
The Clearwater High School Tigers will host the Greenville Bears on Friday, January 29 in boys’ junior varsity and varsity basketball games beginning at 6:00 pm. The public is invited to stay for the coronation of the 2016 homecoming queen following the games. Fourteen candidates representing CHS classes and clubs have been selected. Popular vote for the queen represents 25% of the queen’s score and took place on Wednesday. Other selection components are GPA, teacher recommendation and an essay. Retiring Queen Madi Brand will return to CHS to crown the winner.
Senior Class Libby Chitwood
Junior Class Jordan Fuchs
Sophomore Class Katrina Townsend
Freshman Class Kristen Kelly
NHS Sami Clinton
Drama Club Abby Henson
Art Club Lexie Badillo
History Club Mia Gayle
FCCLA Abby Hampton
FBLA Konnor Johnston
Science Club Lydia Smith
Student Council Makenzie Lancaster
Tri-M Cassie Edwards
Beta Club Brittany Adams
Originally scheduled for January 20, the Clearwater High School Science Fair was postponed due to snow days that cancelled school. Back to school on Monday, students displayed projects in the cafeteria for viewing by the student body and judges. Sherry Peppers earned Best of Show with her research revealing the Effect of Temperature on the Dissolving Rate of Acetaminophen.