A new feature has been added to the SIS (School Information System) Portal that displays the student’s complete high school course history. Especially helpful to students who are now determining the classes they want to take for the 2018-19 school year, users should click on the “Academic History” tile to see past and current year course enrollments. (Students who are new to Clearwater this semester may not yet be able to see their classes.)
Goodbye winter sports… Wrapping up winter sports, the closing ceremonies for the Olympic games were held yesterday and spring sports practices at CHS begin today. See the upcoming CHS sports schedules as follows or by clicking on the “Extracurricular” menu on this website.
VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) is in search of students ages 12-18 to review books with the aim of guiding librarians, teachers, and other youth workers to purchase items of teen interest for their collections or classrooms. As partners to adult reviewers, teen reviewers (TR) write brief, critically evaluative statements explaining their opinion or response to the book, gauging its appeal or lack of value to a general or specific teen audience. CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION
CHS Drama Club members enjoyed a 10 am Friday matinée performance of Mary Poppins and met “Mary” and “Bert” on the River Campus at Southeast Missouri State University today.
This past weekend, Mia Gayle and drama instructor Shaylin Montgomery traveled to New York City to attend the Broadway Student Summit. Over the course of two days, they completed six workshops led by a number of working Broadway professionals, including some cast and crew members from Hamilton. On Sunday, they attended a matinee performance of the show and met actors Donald Webber, Jr. (Alexander Hamilton) and James Monroe Iglehart (Lafayette/Jefferson) at the stage door. To help fund the trip, Mia and Ms. Montgomery recorded and sold a Christmas album and hosted a Trivia Night at Peach Tree Church.
“Overall, it was an amazing experience!”
The CHS ProStart Culinary Team finished 9th today and for the third year in a row, the CHS ProStart Management Team finished 2nd in state competition! The hard work and great ideas of all of these individuals has earned $1000 for the Clearwater ProStart program from the Missouri Restaurant Association!
SHOUT OUT to the BOSE Corporation for donating to the Clearwater FBLA community service project! Members are collecting items to send to the United States troops serving overseas. Donations are being accepted at all Clearwater R-1 School campuses and the following local businesses: McAllister Software, Town & Country, Dollar General, VP Racing (The Pitstop) and the Piedmont US Post Office.
Some recommended items are:
mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, hand sanitizer, headphones, deodorant, body wash, lotion, baby wipes, lip balm, sunglasses, sunblock, bandaids, Q-Tips, and toothbrushes.
The Clearwater R-1 School District will be closed Monday, February 19 in observance of Presidents’ Day.
Students will be dismissed at 12:20 pm on Friday, February 16 and Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held from 1:00-6:00 pm.
SENIOR DIVISION (HIGH SCHOOL)
1st – Jimmy Hutchison, Emilee Chitwood, & Faith Hoppe – The Right to Die
2nd: Skyla Mancell, Lydia Smith, & Tanner Wilkins – The Tragic Reign of Queen Bloody Mary
Tie for 3rd:
Tabby Breeden & Sadie Graham – The Becket Controversy
Wednesday Watkins, Halle Gooch, Colton Bennett, & Colton Stickferd – Hatfields – McCoys
1st – Maddie Moylan – Malala
Caitlyn Alcorn, Elijah Fleming, Perla Mendiola, & Rachel Rowold – Conflicts & Compromises of Creationism vs Evolution
Elizabeth Gronski, Elyxis Jordan, & Taylor Kirk – Compromise to Conflict – The Civil War
JUNIOR DIVISION (JUNIOR HIGH)
Clurie Briley – Little Rock Nine
Rebecca Brewington & Tiffany Williams – Bloody Mary
Zoe Stevens – Indian Removal Act
1st – Regan Kintz, Nate Norris, Timothy Aubuchon, & Greta Cooper – The Wall
2nd – Ty Silvester & Kylie Glover – Battle of the Sexes
3rd – Jordan McKinney, Natalie Hinkle, & Faith Wilkins – Second Great Awakening