Clubs & Organizations
Announcements for 12.03.12
December 3, 2012By Wynette Jameson of Clear Creek High School
The Clear Creek FFA participated in their progress show this weekend against Clear Falls FFA and came away with a clean sweep. Champion Lamb Showman was Megan Lewis, Champion Goat Showman was Megan Lewis, Champion Swine Showman was Bryce Velasquez, Champion Steer Showman was Lauren Parker, and Champion Heifer Showman was Amber Ashcraft. Congratulations to all of the Clear Creek FFA members that participated.
Are you Ready for some Football? Then join us at District Stadium this Wednesday for our Annual Pink Bow Classic and watch the Junior Ladies take on the Senior Ladies in a game of Flag Football. Pre-sale tickets will be sold in the cafeteria during lunches Tuesday and Wednesday for $5. Tickets are 7 dollars at the gate, and the game will start at 7:00 pm. Come show your support for all the players and watch an incredible halftime performance by the “Swagaliers”!
Attention all Pink Bow Players, Coaches, Swagaliers, & Sponsors t-shirts are here. Please stop by D-100 during lunch or after school to pick up your t-shirt.
Michael D. Houston
The 2013 HOBY Ambassador for Clear Creek High School has been selected. Ashton Duke will represent Clear Creek High School at the HOBY Leadership Conference at Texas A&M in Galveston this summer. Congratulations to the Finalists that also contributed outstanding essays based on leadership.
This past weekend the Freshman A Boy's Basketball team traveled to Alvin and came home as Consolation winners. The boys played a tough Manvel team and lost in the first round 69 to 67. On Saturday, the boy's bounced back and beat Pearland Dawson 63 to 54. In the consolation game the boys played the Clear Springs Chargers and won by a final score of 55 to 43. The wins were an all around team effort and the basketball team will be back on the court tomorrow night against Sam Rayburn. Great Job Wildcats! The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting next Monday at 6:32 in Carlisle Field House. Come out and have some fun while hearing a great message. If you have any questions please contact Coach Carroll in D132 or Coach Bartel in Portable 5. Thank you very much and have a great day.
On Saturday, 12/1, eighteen of our CCHS Choir students competed at Pearland High School in the Pre-Area Auditions. Eight of our students were ranked in the top 5 in their voice part in our Region and are advancing to the Area Auditions (the final of four rounds of solo auditions in pursuit of our equivalent to a solo state title). Next month, these students will have a chance to audition for the highest honor a Texas high school choir student can achieve, a place in a Texas All-State Choir.
Pre-Area Audition results-
Michael Skarke, 3rd chair Tenor 1
Damon Duckett, 2nd chair Tenor 2
Thomas McCulloch, 3rd chair Tenor 2
Nick Leach, 2nd chair Baritone
Brian Ritter, 4th chair Baritone
Jackson Sensat, 3rd chair Bass 2
Charlie Reader, 4th chair Bass 2
Jesse Pilgrim, 5th chair Bass 2
Additionally, we had 2 young ladies who missed the next round by a single ranking, making them first alternates to the Area Auditions:
Andrea Jackson, 6th chair Alto 1
Devan Meaney, 6th chair Alto 2
Please help me in congratulating these students on their outstanding achievement and wishing them luck in the final round of auditions in January.
James Park, Choir Director
The Clear Creek Debate Team competed at Bay City High School this past weekend. Lucca Timmerman placed 1st in Impromtu Speaking, Sahar Jiwani and Meagan Puckett placed 2nd in Public Forum Debate, Meagan also placed 7th In Original Oratory. Katelyn Barba and Jessica Leach Place 3rd in Duet Acting, Katelynn also placed 5th with Rachel Pettitti in Duo Interpretation. Rachel also placed 6th in Humorous Interpretation, Dance and 6th with Heather Keenan in Duet Acting. Courtney Jaekel and Sarah Bennett placed 4th in Duet Acting and are now qualified to compete at the State Competition in March. Cameron Littleton placed 4th in Humorous Interpretation and 3rd with Savannah Stevens in Duet Improvisation. Claire Berlinger placed 6th in Novice Prose, Logan Ellis placed 7th in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking, Connor Vinning, Reagan Brooks, and Monica Escobedo placed 6th in Group Record Mime. The team did an outstanding job and now have 6 students state qualified.
Leslie Hernandez, English I/Debate Coach
Reminder to anyone who signed up to be on the FFA horse judging team we will start practice today at 2:30.
Reminder to all FFA members the December FFA meeting is Tuesday December 4 (tomorrow night) at 6:30 PM in the cafeteria.
Natalie Voges Terry, Ag Science Teacher
As many of you know, the Spanish Club is selling Pulseras (bracelets) to benefit a program called the Pulsera Project. Over the past couple of years, the program has grown tremendously in creating new opportunities for the communities in Nicaragua to create sustained jobs and promote education.
If you didn’t have the opportunity to see the video or show it to your advisory students, please take a look! Also, if you have a minute or two, please encourage your students to come purchase a Pulsera for $5 in the cafeteria during their lunch. We will be selling them today and tomorrow. Thank you for your support of the CCHS Spanish Club!
The JV basketball team won the consolation bracket over the weekend in Manvel in close victories over Galveston Ball 52-39 and Santa Fe 32-27. The Freshman A team won the consolation bracket of the Alvin Freshman tournament in victories over Pearland Dawson 58- 49 and Clear Springs 56-44.
Attention all dancers – don’t forget about the open audition for the Cadettes Performance Ensemble!
The audition will be held in the band hall this Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-6pm. You must attend both days.
If you are interested, please see Ms. Allin in D120 today or tomorrow for more information and a registration form.