It has taken a bit of time, but a gallery of approximately 2000 photos has been assembled from graduation and a few from graduation practice. Every effort was made to adequately photograph each individual senior that was in attendance and the school district is making this collection available online at no cost. Photos are not necessarily in chronological order. In addition to the school’s personnel, photography credits go to senior parent Dawn Rowold of Peachtree Photos.
You can reference this URL: https://tinyurl.com/cwtigers2020
Special thanks to singer/songwriter Hunter Hathcoat for permission to use “Run This Town.”
Seniors are reminded to be at school promptly at 9:00 am on Friday with caps, gowns, cords, and stoles in preparation for graduation practice and photos.
Shout out to the ProStart culinary program, selected as one of Sullivan University’s High School Programs of Distinction (formerly the Elite 50 program) for 2020!
It is not the first time that ProStart director Christy Johnson has had the honor of accepting awards for the “top notch” culinary program she has been building since the 2009-10 school year. Clearwater has received Elite 50 honors three previous times and in 2017 Johnson was recognized as the Missouri ProStart Educator of the Year.
The list of 50 programs selected for accolades is comprised of high schools and tech centers across the nation that excel in the areas of culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, and/or hospitality management.
The June 13 ACT will not be given at CHS. If you are registered for that date, please check your email for information from ACT.
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At this time, the following courses will be offered in the virtual summer school session (June 8-July 17). Additional courses may be added if enrollment increases.
4/5 grade – English/Language Arts/Social Studies – Mrs. C. Radford
6-8 grade – English/Langauge Arts – Mrs. C. Briley
4/5 grade – Math – Mrs. P. Riggins
6-8 grade – Math – Mrs. P. Roach
4-8 grade – Science – Mrs. M. Keller
6-8 grade – Social Studies – Mrs. C. Shearrer
HS – ACT Prep – English/Lang Arts/Social Studies – Mrs. M. Bangert
HS – ACT Prep – Math/Science – Mrs. N. McLain