Choir Performs in Festival

The Clearwater High School Choir traveled to Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff to perform at the District Large Ensemble Festival today, 3/31. The choir received Outstanding & Satisfactory ratings for their performances. They are also able to observe other bands and choirs from our area.

Clearwater Golf Season Begins

The Clearwater Tigers Golf Team traveled to Farmington to play in the North County Invitational at St. Francis Country Club. The Tigers shot a 4 person 18 hole score of 403. Nate Norris medaled, finishing 5th with an 83. Will Morris finished just outside of medaling at 14th with an 88. Freshman Conner Roberts shot well in his first big tournament with a 113. It was a windy day on a wet course that made the holes play longer than normal. The Tigers battled and had a good day overall. The team looks forward to our next opportunity to play as we look to improve on our previous scores.

Prom Reminder Regarding Transportation

Prom Walk is at the high school. When it is over, you will go to Eagle Sky one of three ways:

  1. drive yourself
  2. ride with another student or under 21 age guest
  3. ride the bus

Parents, older friends, other family members, etc., may not drive you to Eagle Sky. Only students, their under 21 age guests, and school chaperones will be allowed into Eagle Sky for prom. This is for safety reasons—fewer people, fewer vehicles—and what was agreed upon with Eagle Sky management.

CHS FCCLA Members Win Silver

Five CHS FCCLA members attended the FCCLA State Leadership Conference along with sponsor Mrs. Christy Johnson this week. While there, each student competed individually in their respective categories: Kylie Glover and Ty Silvester competed in Culinary Arts; and Clurie Briley, Laney Briley, and Ayla Keller competed in Baking and Pastry. All five earned a silver medal! Additionally, they attended leadership meetings, our Lifesmarts students spoke at the conference about their upcoming Washington DC trip, and they were entertained by a hypnotist.