With Mrs. Bangert unexpectedly out of the library yesterday, the Character Pumpkin contest has been extended. If you want to be entered in the contest for the cash prize, bring your pumpkin to the library by the end of 1st hour on Thursday, October 31.
The 2019 Tiger Tales yearbook has arrived and will be distributed Wednesday. Students who did not purchase a book last year may bring $40 to buy limited extras. Books will also be made available for purchase during elementary Halloween activities on a first-come, first-served basis until supplies are exhausted. Next week, any remaining books can be purchased in the main office at each school campus. For more information, contact Mary Bangert or Sarah Conner at 573-223-2313.
Congratulations to the Clearwater High School Cheer Team! The squad placed 4th in the Small Co-ed School Division at regional contest over the weekend, advancing them to state competition.
A mini workshop on Special Effects Make-up is being offered this week in the library during advisory. This is a special privilege for students with A/B grades. If you are an A/B student, you are invited to sign up on the library door to attend Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. Hurry! …limited number of seats available!
- Character should be designed based on a book we have in the library, or a school appropriate book that you bring from home. (The book should be displayed with the pumpkin.)
- Please do NOT cut into the pumpkin (because we don’t want it to rot and smell in the library!)
- Bring your pumpkin to the high school library by noon on Wednesday, October 30.
Look for a link on this website to vote for your favorite character pumpkin. The winner will receive a CASH PRIZE on Halloween and must be present at school, or attending a school function, in order to win. (Only students attending Clearwater High School are eligible to win.)
For the safety of the runners, the Cross Country meet scheduled for Saturday, October 26 has been cancelled due to wet conditions.
Clearwater was one of ten school districts represented at the Pathway to Rural Missouri Education Conference on Monday, October 21. Over 100 students attended the event held on the West Plains campus of Missouri State University.