Clubs & Organizations
Announcements for 1.18.13
January 18, 2013By Wynette Jameson of Clear Creek High School
Attention student council members! Student Council shirts are in, come by C-210 to pick up your shirt the cost is 10$. We will also have a meeting next Wednesday, January 23 at 6:45 AM in room c-210.
Clear Creek Swimming hosted Dickinson for Senior Night last night the Girls Team defeated Dickinson by a score of 139 to 11 and the Boys Team defeated Dickinson by a score of 99 to 59.
Taking first place in events were:
Girls Medley relay consisting of Emma Womersley, Micaela Roemer, Megan Todd and Olivia Todd
200 yd Free Style Nicole Herrick
200 yd IM Micaela Roemer, Gabe Garcia
50 Free Megan Todd, Scott Lyle
100 ButterFly Emma Womersley
100 Free Olivia Todd, Carter Harvey
500 Free Haley Walker, Avery Trahan
200 yd Free Relay
girls: Haley Walker, Ami Aritz, Zoe Womersley, Nicole Herrick
boys: Bear Sickler, Scott Lyle, Jared Castillo, Gabe Garcia
100 Back Micaela Roemer, Bear Sickler
100 Breast Emma Womersley
400 Free Relay Megan Todd, Olivia Todd, Ami Artiz, Nicole Herrick
Come join us Tuesday night at 6:30 as we host the JV District Meet
Reminder to all students. Monday is/was Martin Luther King Day.
Martin Luther King Jr. Was a great man who worked for racial equality and civil rights in the United States. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia. King was an excellent student. In early life, he experienced racism and decided to do something about it. He became a civil rights and racial equality activist. In 1964, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. Martin Luther King Jr. is most known for his speech "I Have A Dream". King once said "Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education."
Internet article about the performance this weekend at the Symphony. If you’re interested, click here: http://classical.broadwayworld.com/article/Houston-Symphony-Plays-Arabian-Inspired-Family-Concert-119-20130109
Second, on Saturday night, the annual CCISD So You Think You Can Sing” competition is being held at Gateway Community Church (760 Clear Lake Blvd, Webster, 77598). Each elementary, middle, and high school sends a campus winner to this district-wide American-Idol-like pop music performance competition, and one winner will be named in each division (elementary, middle, and high school). Our very own Michael Skarke (2013 All-Stater, having Symphony solo debut on Saturday morning) will represent CCHS in this competition (see attached poster). The winners in each division will be selected through popularity vote of people in attendance, so we hope that some of you are able to come out and support Michael and give him your votes in this competition. Last year a young lady from Springs beat out our second-place CCHS student, so we’d love to get a little payback this year! Tickets are available at the door for $3 per person.
James Park, Choir Director