Three CHS students are bringing home gold medals after competing in FCCLA District STAR Events on Monday, January 29. Bree Hicks and Sarah Johnson advance to state for Life Event Planning and Lydia Smith advances in the category of Illustrated Talk. STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) recognize FCCLA members for proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills and career preparation. For more information visit Missouri FCCLA.
Monday, January 29
Girls basketball vs Greenville @ Home 6:00 pm
Tuesday, January 30
Girls/Boys basketball vs. South Iron @ Home 5:00 pm
Order of games: Girls, Varsity Boys, half of JV game
Thursday, February 1
Girls basketball @ Arcadia Valley Game: 6 pm Bus: 4:15 pm
Boys basketball vs. Woodland @ Home 6:00 pm (JV, V) *Little cheerleaders will perform at halftime of the varsity game.
Girls basketball @ Bloomfield Game: 5 pm Bus: 2:45 pm
OFC tournament will begin @ Clearwater
Senior night will be held on Tuesday, February 13 before the boys varsity game.
Southeast Missouri State University will be hosting the Southeast Qualifier in the RELIC RECOVERY season on Saturday, January 27. Thirty-six teams of students will compete for 4 advancement slots to the Missouri Championship. All events are FREE and open to the public for viewing. Robot rounds will begin approximately 12 noon.
Clearwater students and teachers have the ability to export ebooks to their Google Drive. Here’s how…
The local History Day competition will be held on Wednesday, February 7. Exhibits will be available for viewing by the general public immediately after school and winners will be announced at 4:30 pm. For more information, including rules, visit the NHD website.
6th hour – Mrs. Sentell’s class to set up lunchroom
FCCLA member Lydia Smith recognizes the negative effects military combat can have on our fighting forces that are physically unseen to most observers. Smith volunteers at the Missouri Veteran’s Home in Cape Girardeau and the John J Pershing VA Medical Center in Poplar Bluff. She recently made presentations to Clearwater Middle School students, providing mental health statistics on depression and suicide within the military veteran population. She calls students to action by joining her in volunteering services to area veterans homes, aiding the military men and women who have served us. Lydia explains, “When you volunteer, you can learn new skills, gain valuable knowledge, and meet amazing men and women who have sacrificed their time for our country. Also, when we volunteer we can all do our part in trying to prevent the statistics of veteran suicide and depression from going any higher.”
Students from Clearwater High School traveled to the St Louis County Municipal Courthouse in Clayton on Tuesday, Jan 23 to participate in a mock trial in front of the Honorable Colleen Dolan, Eastern District Judge on the Missouri Court of Appeals. History Club sponsor Mrs. Jessica Sentell organized the trip, providing valuable insight to the judicial process.