Prom will be this Saturday, starting with Prom Walk at CHS at 6 followed by Prom at Eagle Sky at 7.
Prom Pictures: If getting prom pictures, you will need to pay Dawn Rowold directly at Prom. Forms were included in the original prom papers, but I have some in the library for you to pick up today if needed.
Prom Walk: Arrive by 5:45 to check in. Find the check-in table (look for balloons!) and you will be given a card with you and your date or walking partner. You will hand that card to the person announcing names for prom walk (Mr. McFadden or Mr. Keller). If it’s raining, the check in table will be in the lobby, and Prom Walk will be in the gym.
Prom: After Prom Walk, you’ll make your way to the bus or your vehicles. If in private vehicles, make sure to have your green parking permit on the rearview mirror. You don’t need your ticket. At the Eagle Sky gate, they will have a list of who should be in each vehicle, so if there are any changes, those need to be made TODAY. Follow the instructions of those at the gate. At Eagle Sky, follow instructions on where to park. You will be shuttled to the venue.
The Clearwater Tigers Golf Team played at Crowley’s Ridge Golf Course in Bloomfield today. The Tigers shot a team score of 193, finishing third ahead of New Madrid County Central and behind Poplar Bluff’s 190 and Bloomfield’s 189. It was the Tigers’ best team score of the year, and they faced some tough competition. The Tigers host Arcadia Valley and Viburnum tomorrow at Piedmont Canyon Club. The teams will tee off at 4PM, weather permitting.
On Tuesday, The Clearwater Tigers Golf Team traveled to Fourche Valley Golf Club to play in the Potosi Invitational Scramble. Both Tigers teams finished in the top 10 with Will Morris and Conner Roberts finishing in first place with a 9 hole score of 38.
On April 23rd, Clearwater Esports hosted its first SSBU Solo Tournament at the CHS Gym. Richland school also attended with their SSBU team, and Pedro from Richland won the $200 1st place prize, followed by Jamie Mays from Clearwater with the $100 2nd place prize, and Chris from Richland won the $50 3rd place prize. The event was created to increase awareness for Clearwater Esports and what the program offers while also providing kids with a good environment to compete in one of the most popular titles in the area. Approximately 70 people were in attendance at its height and attendance maintained about 40 throughout the day. The event was made possible by local businesses sponsorships and Clearwater School District employees with special help from the Richland coaching staff. CHS Esports looks forward to hosting an even bigger event next year with a larger prize pool and split brackets for elementary and high school!
A ring was found in the hallway outside the lunchroom. Stop by the library and describe it to claim it!
The library will close today at noon and reopen tomorrow at 7:30am. You may stop in at any time tomorrow (as it fits in with your schedule) to pick up prom forms.
Project Grad seniors–get your paperwork turned in. You will also need to choose what breakfast you want at the Zephyr on the morning we return. There are 3 choices and you can see them in the library.
CHS Softball played several games, recently, competing in both the OFC tournament, which concluded on Friday, and the Swing Pink Tournament in Dexter on Saturday. While the Tigers weren’t able to clinch the 3rd place win over East Carter, they won the game following and reigned as champions in Pool B in the Dexter tournament!