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Seniors, you may begin turning in Chromebooks during advisory today. You need your Chromebook, charger, and case. Once you get to the library, take your Chromebook out of the case.
Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors–you will keep your Chromebooks throughout the summer and use it next year.
Here is some extra information about this year’s field day. Included is the list of rules we expect you to follow. If you cannot follow them, then you won’t be allowed to participate.
- Students will go to their first hours and wait for field day to start at 9:00am
- If someone has to makeup finals, they will go to Mrs. Henson’s room when field day begins
- Students have to go where they are signed up to be – attendance will be taken and it will be reported to the office if you are not where you are supposed to be
- There will be no changing your schedules
- If you cannot remember your schedule, ask the teacher you are with and they can tell you
- Wear school appropriate clothing – you are still at school, so dress like it
- Bring money – Mrs. Roach is going to have a concession stand by the cornhole game
- Mr. Green is BBQing, so we will have good food
- Be good and don’t ruin it for everyone else
- Bring sunscreen if you are planning to be outside
This is what has been going on in AG and FFA recently:
1 Each year the Missouri FFA hosts a HYPE academy for 30 incoming high school seniors. This year Noah Graham applied and was accepted to be a member of the 2022 HYPE academy. He will receive hands-on experiences to prepare him to communicate, lead, and advocate for the agricultural Industry.
Noah will also be attending the MU Animal Sciences Youth Leadership Academy.This intense five-day event will focus on increasing knowledge of Missouri’s diverse and dynamic livestock industry, as well as building participant’s leadership skills. ( no pictures for this )
2-Natalie Hinkle and Harley Laxton had the opportunity to attend the Missouri Farm bureau youth leadership day, where they toured the state Capital, met with our state representative, visited the house floor, heard special remarks for them from Governor Parsons and engaged in workshops aimed at strengthening our representation of agriculture.
3-State results FFA contest results Livestock Judging – Kloe L’Heureux, Trevor Miller, Logan Green, and Ava Umfleet. This team ranked 36th
Forestry – Joseph Bohrer, Jordan McKinney, Natalie Hinkle, and Darin Garrett. They were ranked 37th
Ag Mechanics- Aaron Waller, Noah Graham, and Blake Middleton they placed 7th with Noah Graham having the 3rd high individual score.
Students also toured Snyder Engineering which is owned by Clearwater alumni Mark Snyder.
4-We had 8 FFA members give presentations at the AG in the park event on April 27th. At this event members presented on various agriculture topics to Clearwater and Greenville 1st graders.
Clearwater Varsity Lady Tigers took the victory over Advance Hornets with the score of 6-3. Great job, ladies! Great job Coach England and Coach Beezley!
The Tigers defeated Dexter High School in the semifinals this afternoon by a score of 8-2. This means they are playing in the finals on Wednesday, May 11. Remember, if you plan on riding the pep bus, you need a signed permission slip and $5. Turn in to Miss Brinkley. You’ll be released from class at 2:45 and the bus will leave at 2:50. And everyone wear orange and black tomorrow!
The Clearwater Tigers Golf Team played in the Class 2 District 1 tournament at West Plains Country Club today. We are excited to have two golfers advance to the state tournament next week at Columbia Country Club! Nate Norris finished second overall with an 81 and Gavin Harbison qualified with a 96!