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  • 1. CLEAR CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF OF PTAS CLEAR CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL PTAS SPACE CENTER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PTA SPACE CENTER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PTA 17400 17400 SATURN LANE, HOUSTON, TX 77058 SATURN LANE, HOUSTON, TX 77058 SYNC UP WITH SPACE CENTER Volume 17 Issue 1 September 2009 A Message from the PTA President Greetings, Space Center Parents! Welcome to volunteers for doing a great job getting the the very first issue of the new “Sync Up with school store ready and operational for the start Space Center ” newsletter. This will be the only of school. Also, a big ‘thank you’ to Sonja paper copy mailed out of the newsletter to the Johnson and Celita Woerner for providing our parents of SCIS, starting in October the news- amazing SCIS staff with a tasty back-to-school letter is going electronic. The newsletter will breakfast. T.Q. Bui also did a great job getting now be a monthly publication that will be the first issue of the newsletter together and out e-mailed directly to all members of SCIS PTA. It to print. LuAnn Turley and Robbie Kimbrough will also be on our website: www.SCIPTA.org. have also done a great job kicking off our We hope this will lead to a more timely distribu- membership campaign. I would also like to tion of news as well being green. thank all the volunteers who helped with new I am so excited about the many activities and student orientation and the 3 days of textbook programs that PTA will be involved in at the pick up. school. The executive board is a great group of Finally congratulations to all our students and people dedicated to serving the students of staff, Space Center Intermediate is the only Space Center. We are so thrilled to have an intermediate school in CCISD to earn the amazing staff to work with headed by Mrs. exemplary rating. This is the 2nd year in a row Carpenter, Mr. Hayes and Mr. Rogers. Please our students have achieved this. This is a credit Every child, one voice consider joining the PTA, your $8 dues truly to the hard work of both our faculty and stu- helps support the programs and activities that we do on campus as well as the great work that dents. It is something to be proud of. Inside this issue: the Texas and National PTAs do. Darlene Selmarten I would like to thank Karen Dluzniewski, SCIS PTA President Jacqueline Carver and the other school store PTA President / Principal 1-2 New Faculty and Staff 2 A Message from the Principal PTA Activities / News 3-6 Booster Clubs 7-8 Welcome to Space Center Intermediate Newsletter will be e-mailed to you on a Cardinal Sports Page 9 School! Our 2009-2010 school year is regular basis. Another way, for destined to be an amazing year filled everyone to stay informed about the Notes from Librarian 10 with astronomical success. We have happenings at SCIS is for you to follow Faculty and Staff 11-13 many exciting opportunities for you to us on Twitter.com @ SCISchool. Contact Information become intricately involved as a partner Other News 14 during this educational journey. Parents For those of you that are new this year, Deadlines, Dates, 15 and staff can stay “up-to-speed” with you may not be aware of some of our Birthdays what’s going on around SCIS, by simply many campus strengths: joining our incredible SCIS PTA. Our PTA President, Darlene Selmarten, does * Amazingly multi-talented students an amazing job of uniting people to do * Committed, as well as supportive, great things for the overall benefit of our parents and community partners students (AKA our future). As SCIS * Compassionate, dedicated and student- PTA Members, our electronic PTA centered staff (Principal’s Message Continued on page 2)
  • 2. Page 2 Sync Up With Space Center Accomplishing the Rating of Exemplary! Congratulations to Space Center Intermediate School staff, students, and parents! SCIS has earned the Texas Education Agency’s top rating of Exemplary for the 2009-2010 school year. The rating is based upon our students’ outstanding performance on the TAKS tests. Way to go SCIS! (Principal’s Message Concluded) * Competitive and highly successful Fine This is certainly not an exhaustive list. It Arts Department is, however, what makes us love to jump * Creating/developing global connec- out of bed in the morning to be a part of tions/relationships through the use of this “something bigger” for a better cutting-edge technology world of the future. * Focus on maximizing the latest Web 2.0 Tools for learning Sincerely, * TEA Academically Exemplary Campus Susan Carpenter * Vivacious athletics program Welcome New Teachers and Staff We are pleased to welcome the following new teachers and staff to SCIS: * Assistant Principal (8th & 6th; M-Z) - Tim Rogers * Math Specialist - Lisa Dillon * Band - Stanley Zavala * Science - Jenna Smith * Choir - Carolyn Barksdale * Science Specialist - Jan Grout * Counselor (7th and 6th; A - L) - Tami Fuqua * Spanish - Vilma Laracuente * Custodian (day) - Clint Grossman * Special Education - Diane Busch * ESL - Elizabeth Laurence * Special Education Aid - Sherry Domokos * Math - Allison Hunter * Tech Ed & EMT - Bick Gibbs * Math - Jennifer Walter * Teen Leadership - Natasha Hargraves Would you like to have each new issue of the Sync Up With Space Center newsletter emailed to you when they are hot off the presses??? Just join the SCIS PTA and you will be added to a mass email list that will receive the newsletter via email. We hope this will lead to a more timely distribution of news as well as being green!
  • 3. Page 3 Sync Up With Space Center CARDINAL SCHOOL STORE HOURS: Mondays: Lunches Tuesdays: Lunches Wednesdays: Lunches Thursdays: Lunches Fridays: Lunches Mornings: 8:20 - 9:00 am Lunches: 11:40 am - 1:00 pm Please check us out for your spiral notebooks and composition books. Your Cardinal School Store will try to have all the essentials you need throughout the school years including pencils, pens, rulers, protractors, or a variety of erasers, markers, map pencils, Kleenex, or notebook paper. Science boards will be offered through the school store and information will be sent home through the science teachers. If you are interested in volunteering at the School Store, please contact Jacqueline Carver or Karen Dluzniewski (SchoolStoreFinance@scipta.org). Newsletter Article Submittal If you would like to submit an article for a future newsletter, please email the article to T.Q. Bui at NewsletterEditor@scipta.org. Here are the tenta- tive deadlines: 9/27 for October Issue 10/25 for November Issue 11/29 for December Issue 1/3 for January Issue 1/31 for February Issue 2/28 for March Issue 3/28 for April Issue 4/25 for May/June Issue
  • 4. Page 4 Sync Up With Space Center Academic Recognition SCIS PTA will continue its Academic Recognition program this year. Plans are underway to again reward our students for their academic excellence. Last year over 700 students were recognized for their hard work with treats such as brownies and cookies. Three iPods iTouches were given away in a drawing held for all students making straight A’s all year!! Guidelines and dates for academic recognition days will be posted in the next issue of the news- letter. We hope to be able to offer similar rewards this year but we need your help! Please consider becoming a sponsor. Sponsors will be acknowledged in future newsletters and on a sign during academic recognition days. For additional information on sponsorship, please contact Suzie Wilson, Academic Recognition Chair, phone (281) 486-1511, email AcademicRecognition@scipta.org. JOIN the 2009-2010 Space Center Intermediate School PTA! SCIS PTA hosts programs and activities that benefit our school, such as: * School Store * Academic Recognition * Socials and 8th Grade Dance * Programs for Students and Parents * Workroom and Science Lab help for Faculty * Teacher Appreciation * Marquee and Electronic School Newsletter “Sync Up With Space Center” So JOIN SCIS PTA TODAY and help ensure that these benefits continue this year. A form is available on the website (www.scipta.org/membership.htm) to download and fill out. Volunteering is appreciated, but not mandatory. We always welcome your ideas and input. Please fill out the envelope your student has received in his/her first period class and return to school. Membership is $8 per person. The homeroom class in each grade with the highest participation will win a party, so invite everyone in the family to join--anyone over age 14 can join. * If you have more than one child at SCIS, list each child’s name, grade, and 4th period teacher, and each child will receive credit. * If you joined PTA at another school, it does not apply to Space Center PTA. For more information, please feel free to contact Membership Co-Chairs: Robbie Kimbrough LuAnn Turley
  • 5. Page 5 Sync Up With Space Center Save the Date For the Fall Social “Take Me Out to The Ball Game!” Friday, October 30th More Details Coming Soon! There will be many different types of volunteers needed for this event! If you are interested in helping, please contact Lisa O'Brien at StudentSocials@scipta.org. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Thank you for your support! Cardinals Spirit Shirts The PTA is selling girl's spirit shirts for $10.00. Support the Cardinals at school and at the games. Shirts are also available for the moms to wear to all of the games and sporting events, they are $12.00. Standard T-shirts are available in youth and adult sizes. Look for them at September 8th Open House. Any questions, please e-mail Rikie Bowker at Fundraising@scipta.org. “New” Spirit Shirt design Standard T-Shirt
  • 6. Page 6 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate PTA Executive Elected Officers President Darlene Selmarten President@scipta.org 1st VP/Volunteers Sheryl Williams Volunteers@scipta.org 2nd VP/Pgms. & Legis. Kecia Held Programs@scipta.org Secretary Julie Lovelace Secretary@scipta.org Treasurer Carole Stecker Treasurer@scipta.org Appointed Officers and Committee Chairs Academic Recognition Suzie Wilson AcademicRecognition@scipta.org Arts in Education Angela Schroeder ArtsInEducation@scipta.org Environmental Elizabeth Arceneaux Environmental@scipta.org Fundraising Rikie Bowker Fundraising@scipta.org Historian Theresa Gardner Historian@scipta.org Hospitality Kim Scofield Hospitality@scipta.org Membership co-chair Luann Turley Membership@scipta.org Membership co-chair Robbie Kimbrough Monthly Calendar Kesha Sobotik MonthlyCalendar@scipta.org Newsletter Editor T. Q. Bui NewsletterEditor@scipta.org Parliamentarian Donna Jacobs Parliamentarian@scipta.org Red Ribbon Justine Powell RedRibbon@scipta.org School Store Finance Jacqueline Carver SchoolStoreFinance@scipta.org Sch. Store Volunteers Karen Dluzniewski SchoolStoreVolunteers@scipta.org Science Lab Susan DeChellis ScienceLab@scipta.org Special Purchases Tracy Bush SpecialPurchases@scipta.org Student Socials co-chair* Lisa O’Brien StudentSocials@scipta.org Student Socials co-chair* Renee Ditta Teacher Appreciation Sonja Johnson TeacherAppreciation@scipta.org Teacher Appreciation Asst. * Celita Woerner Website Michelle Krueger Webmaster@scipta.org 8th Grade Dance TBA 8thGradeDance@scipta.org
  • 7. Page 7 Sync Up With Space Center Orchestra Notes The Space Center Intermediate school September 25th. Students will literally be rocking orchestra is one of the largest public school out – in a rocking chair, that is. They will be orchestra programs in the state of Texas and accepting pledges to support their efforts at includes approximately 200 string players. Many rocking the night away. Students will bring their social events are planned as well as concerts and own chairs to sit around in while the dollars roll in! competitions in order to help the students make On Tuesday, October 20th the orchestra lasting friendships and have fun as they develop a will team up with the Theatre department for a life-long appreciation for music. magical night. You won’t want to miss this The orchestra was hard at work before entertaining spoof on our beloved Harry Potter school even began! Students dusted off their presented by the SCIS orchestras and Theater bows and things got a little wet and wild at the Arts. This will be a “Peter And The Wolf” style back to school check-up and rehearsal. Students production with costumes, lights, actors, and brought super soakers and filled water balloons for music. This time Harry will be much more than a an all out Water War! Some students even student of magic – he’s a student of music. Harry brought extra gallons of water to refill their super will learn about the power of music, how to soakers and many buckets of water balloons. develop his talent on his Stradivarius 2006 violin, What a great time we all had “rehearsing”! and how to avoid the evil Voldemort who tries to Rehearsals and sectionals are now under- break his strings and foil Harry’s performance way for the advanced students who are during the big contest. Even our beginning auditioning for Region Orchestra. Our students students will be able to wow you with their quick are already working hard on their music for the progress in the musical world! Invite your friends audition on Saturday, October 24th. If the student and neighbors for a night of spooky music and fun. passes the audition, he/she is invited to perform in It will be event that everyone can enjoy! Young the All Region weekend on January 22-23. When children can wear a costume and be treated with a student is accepted into the region orchestra it candy while they enjoy the production. Volunteers is the highest honor that an individual student can for costumes and stage decorations are needed. achieve during the school year. It says that this Please call Mrs. Black immediately if you can help. student competed against 50 – 200 other Look for our orchestra students around town students and was chosen to be among the best. sharing their gifts of music with the public. SCIS Please wish our advanced orchestra students the students can be seen playing at weddings and best of luck with their preparation and other events in the area. Please check out the performances. orchestra website for additional information We will be having our annual Rock-a-Thon www.scisorchestra.com. to raise money for our programs on Friday, Useful Websites Space Center Intermediate (SCIS): http://www2.ccisd.net/OurSchools/SpaceCenterInt.aspx SCIS Athletics Calendar: http://www.rankonesport.com/?m=ViewSchedule&v=1&d=2900&sh=533 SCIS PTA: www.SCIPTA.org Cafeteria Menu: http://www2.ccisd.net/Libraries/Child_Nutrition/CCISD_Fall_2009_Secondary_Menu.sflb.ashx CCISD Campus Map: http://www2.ccisd.net/Libraries/CCISD/District_MAP_for_Web.sflb.ashx CCISD Campus Directory: http://www2.ccisd.net/Libraries/Important_Documents/District_Campus_Directory.sflb.ashx CCISD Communicator Newsletter: http://www2.ccisd.net/Departments/PublicInfo/Communicator.aspx
  • 8. Page 8 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate Boys Athletic Booster Club The Space Center Intermediate Boys Athletic The Booster Club currently has a small group Booster Club is looking forward to another of volunteers working to sell memberships and great year and we would love for you to join us. sports spirit merchandise. We support every The Booster Club is three years old now and boy’s sports team at Space Center. We have going strong to support the boys athletic many opportunities for people to volunteer program at Space Center. selling concessions at home games (this is a great way for 6t h grade parents to get involved) The purpose of the Booster Club is to support, and banquet committees. To volunteer, email encourage and promote the boy’s athletic Heather Blackmar at blackmar@sbcglobal.net. programs at SCIS for the benefit of the students, school and community. We provide Membership fees are $25 for the school year positive encouragement, promote school and all proceeds go directly to the school’s Boys spirit and sponsor fundraising activities to Athletic Coordinator to be used for additional provide financial support. sports equipment, supplies, improvements to the school’s athletic facilities, etc. If you did not So far, the Booster club has raised funds that get the chance to pick up a membership form, contributed to the purchase of new football just email Heather and she will get one to you. helmets, hosted Fall and Spring sports banquets, purchased a new basketball scoring I would like to take this opportunity to table and water coolers to keep the boys encourage you to become a member of the hydrated during hot practices. Space Center Intermediate Boy Athletic Booster Club and to get involved as a volunteer to make The Boys Athletic Booster Club Officers for the this an outstanding year. 2009-10 school year are: Doug Kosmo Doug Kosmo, President President Heather Blackmar, Vice President SCI Boys Athletic Booster Club Cindy Bishop, Treasurer Erin Kosmo, Secretary National Junior Honor Society The Cardinal Chapter of National Junior Honor Society has already begun its year. Members assisted at new student orientation by giving incoming students tours of the school. Members also aided teachers and office staff on the Monday prior to the start of classes. Officers for the 2009-2010 school year are: President: Sydney Schroeder Vice President: Megan Scofield Secretary: Sydney Wilson Treasurer: Megan Rose We look forward to many other service projects to help the students and staff of SCIS this year. Elizabeth Selmarten NJHS Correspondent
  • 9. Page 9 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports Page Space Center Football Schedule 2009 7th Grade Football 8th Grade Football Sep 10 Scrimmage vs. League City Sep 9 Scrimmage vs. League City Sep 15 Westbrook (B -Home) Sep 16 Westbrook (Memorial Stad.) Sep 22 Clear Lake (A -Home) Sep 23 Clear Lake (A -Home) Sep 29 League City (B -Home) Sep 30 League City (Memorial Stad.) Oct 13 Seabrook (A -Home) Oct. 14 Seabrook (A -Home) Oct 20 Brookside (B-Home) Oct. 21 Brookside (B-Home) Oct 27 Clear Creek (A -Home) Oct 28 Clear Creek (A -Home) Nov 3 Victory Lakes (B-Home) Nov 4 Victory Lakes (B-Home) Nov 10 Creekside (A -Home) Nov 11 Creekside (A -Home) All games will be on Tuesdays and start at All games will be on Wednesdays and start at 5:00pm. 5:00pm. Space Center Volleyball Schedule 2009 September 16, 2009 7th - Westbrook at Home 8th - SCIS at WIS 7th - WIS at Home 8th - SCIS at WIS September 17 September 24 7th - SCIS at Clear Lake 8th - CLIS at SCIS September 25 & 26 7B Tournament at Creekside October 1 7th - League City at Home 8th - SCIS at LCIS October 2 & 3 7A Tournament at Victoria Lakes October 15 7th - SCIS at Seabrook 8th - SIS at Home October 22 7th - Brookside at Home 8th - SCIS at BIS October 29 7th - SCIS at Clear Creek 8th - CCIS at Home November 5 7th - Victoria Lakes at Home 8th - SCIS at VLIS November 12 7th - SCIS at Creekside 8th - CIS at Home November 14 8A Tournament at Clear Lake; 8B Tournament at Brookside * B team games start at 5:00 pm. * A team games will start immediately after B games
  • 10. Page 10 Sync Up With Space Center Notes from the Librarian Library times: 8:15 a.m. - 4:15p.m. Checkout duration: 2 weeks Fine for overdue books: 5 cents a day per book Author Visit: On December 11, 2009, we will be hosting author Tim Tingle for our 7th graders through their Texas history classes. Mr. Tingle is the author of Walking the Choctaw Road, Crossing Bok Chitto, Spooky Texas Tales , and other books steeped in Texas Native American lore. Databases: Did you know that your tax dollars pay for home access of database subscriptions? You and your child can access information from the same type of databases used on college campuses. In addition, you have home access to videostreaming of educational videos. To get to these databases, go to http://www2.ccisd.net; in the box at the bottom labled “for Students”, go to Library Resources; once there, choose Intermediate level. You or you child can also get there through e4 Blackboard using the Library tab. There you will find the links to the following databases: Encyclopedia Britannica: Username: spacecenter Password: cardinals EBSCO: Numerous encyclopedias and reference sources. Username: scis Password: cardinals Facts on File: When you get to this site, click on the DATABASES tab, and then select subscription. The username will be ccisd and the password will be nasa. This database contains resources for history, science, geography, literature, health, career, and much more. The password changes every October 1st, so ask your child for the new one then. NetTrekker: Username scisstudent -- Password: spacecenter This site is like a kid-safe search engine. Links to online sites are available. Discovery Streaming: Formerly called Unitedstreaming is MORE than just videos. There are articles, photos, clip art, and more at this site. The username is scisstudent (remember to use the two s’s in the middle of that username) and the password is scis. Gale: A collection of 17 databases including newspapers, magazines and reference books. You will need to choose our campus, and then the password is cardinals. TeachingBooks.net: provides original, in-studio movies of authors and illustrators and a wealth of multimedia resources on K-12 books that generate enthusiasm for books and reading. If it asks for a password, it is ClearCreek. Have fun exploring these sites. They are useful to both you and your children. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me at 281-284-3315. Mary Kate O’Grady Space Center Intermediate School Librarian
  • 11. Page 11 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate Faculty and Staff OFFICE Susan Carpenter, Principal slcarpen@ccisd.net Brad Hayes, Assistant Principal bhayes@ccisd.net Tim Rogers, Assistant Principal (8th & 6th M-Z) trogers@ccisd.net Tami Fuqua, Counselor (7th & 6th A - L) tfuqua@ccisd.net Donna Johnson, Counselor (6th M-Z & 8th) djohnso2@ccisd.net Karen Nelson, Secretary to Principal knelson@ccsid.net Nancy Grant, Secretary to Asst. Principals ngrant@ccisd.net Karen Holiday, Attendance Clerk kholiday@ccisd.net Lydia Ramirez, Bookkeeper lramire1@ccisd.net Roxanne Casas, Data Specialist mcasas@ccisd.net Jerri Stepp, Nurse jstepp@ccisd.net Linda Lugo, Special Ed Team Leader llugo@ccisd.net Holly Demuynck, Technology Integration Spec. hdemuync@ccisd.net Lee Ann Yanda, Technology Liaison lyanda@ccisd.net Reyes Hernandez, Liaison Officer rhernand@ccisd.net Shanna Aranda, Receptionist saranda@ccisd.net LIBRARIAN Mary Kate O’Grady mogrady@ccisd.net INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES Lynn Carpenter, Inclusion Aide lcarpent@ccisd.net Sherry Domokos, Inclusion Aide sdomokos@ccisd.net Phillip Hosey, AA Aide phosey@ccisd.net Patricia Izaguirre-Swift, AA Aide pizaguir@ccisd.net Patricia McDowell, SD Aide pmcdowel@ccisd.net Sybil Oliver, Library Aide soliver2@ccisd.net Tessa Ross, AA Aide tross@ccisd.net Regenia Stephens, Inclusion Aide rstephen@ccisd.net SPECIAL PROGRAMS Anna Adcock, Content Mastery aadcock@ccisd.net Peggy Buse-Wolfe, Alternative Academics pbuse@ccisd.net Jeane Ann Cagle, Math Pull Outs jcagle@ccisd.net Stephanie DeForke, ESL LA sdeforke@ccisd.net Elizabeth Laurence, ESL elaurenc@ccisd.net Paula Gallagher, Resources - Lang. Arts/SS pgallagh@ccisd.net Natasha Hargraves, Teen Leadership nhargrav@ccisd.net Lisa Hendricks, Speech lhendric@ccisd.net Lea Hiburn, Diagnostician lhiburn@ccisd.net Giles Lamont, Social Development glamont@ccisd.net Deb O’Hara, Resource - Lang. Arts dohar@ccisd.net Sherry Rector, Resource - Math & Science srector@ccisd.net Eileen Rohan, Dyslexia Reading erohan@ccisd.net Rebecca Dahl, In School Suspension Aid rdahl@ccisd.net Diane Busch, Alternative Academics dbusch@ccisd.net
  • 12. Page 12 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate Faculty and Staff (continued) ELECTIVES Carolyn Barksdale, Choir cbarksda@ccisd.net Matt Barnhardt, Assistant Band Director jbarnhart@ccisd.net Lisa Black, Orchestra lblack@ccisd.net Jeannie Brown, Skills for Living/Pers Fam Dev jcbrown@ccisd.net Bick Gibbs, Ind Tech/Tech Ed bgibbs1@ccisd.net Susan Hadley, Journalism shadley@ccisd.net Jennifer Kidwell, Orchestra jkidwell@ccisd.net Vilma Laracuente, Spanish/Cultural Spanish vlaracue@ccisd.net Donald McCandless, Band Director dmccandl@ccisd.net Lisette McClung, Art lmcclun2@ccisd.net Janice Pfeiffenberger, Career Connections jpfeiffe@ccisd.net Shalimar Rice, Target Reading srice@ccisd.net Jessica Richards, Theatre Arts jrichar1@ccisd.net Kent Sullivan, Radio/TV I & Radio/TV II ksulliva@ccisd.net Christy Taylor, Target Math/Math Study Hall ckern@ccisd.net Stanley Zavala, Assistant Band Director szavala@ccisd.net PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tom Chandler, Phys. Ed./Coach tchandle@ccisd.net Jennifer Ford, Phys. Ed./Coach jford@ccisd.net Scott Harjo, Phys. Ed./Coach gharjo@ccisd.net Jim Pellowski, Phys. Ed./Coach jpellows@ccisd.net Jennifer Stevenson, Phys. Ed./Coach jsteven1@ccisd.net Marc Wondergem, Phys. Ed./Coach mwonderg@ccisd.net SIXTH GRADE Kelly Dimmick, Math kdimmick@ccisd.net Diana Armitage, Language Arts darmitag@ccisd.net Lauren Berry, Language Arts lberry@ccisd.net Allison Brand, Language Arts ebrand@ccisd.net Rhonda Dearmond, Language Arts rdearmon@ccisd.net Crystal Delaney, Science cdelaney@ccisd.net Julie Dittman, Language Arts jdittma@ccisd.net Callie Harmon, Science charmon@ccisd.net Allison Hunter, Math ahunter@ccisd.net Kathryn Vitek, Language Arts kmilo@ccisd.net Laura Pearce-Ozinga, Social Studies lpearce1@ccisd.net Charlyn Porter-Williams, Social Studies cporter@ccisd.net Matt Rauch, Math mrauch@ccisd.net Shalimar Rice, Language Arts srice@ccisd.net Anthony Williams, Social Studies awillia2@ccisd.net Amy Zapp, Science azapp@ccisd.net
  • 13. Page 13 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate Faculty and Staff (continued) SEVENTH GRADE Diana Armitage, Language Arts darmitag@ccisd.net Jennifer Walter, Math jwalter@ccisd.net Lanelle Broussard, Language Arts mbroussa@ccisd.net Susan Elder, Science selder@ccisd.net Kelly Francis, Language Arts kfrancis@ccisd.net Pam Grimes, Texas History pgrimes@ccisd.net Susan Hadley, Texas History shadley@ccisd.net Denise Hall, Language Arts dhall@ccisd.net Lisa Hicks, Language Arts lhicks@ccisd.net Kirt Larsen, Science klarsen@ccisd.net Jennafer Smith, Science jsmith@ccisd.net Katherine Mays, Math kmays@ccisd.net Sue Noggle, Language Arts snoggle@ccisd.net Lori Otto, Math lotto@ccisd.net Courtney Thomas Texas History cthomas3@ccisd.net EIGHTH GRADE Clay Barnett, U.S. History cbarnett@ccisd.net Brenda Bondy, Language Arts bbondy@ccisd.net Linda Brack, Science lbrack@ccisd.net Julie Carnes, US History jcarnes@ccisd.net Nancy Fiegel, Science nfiegel@ccisd.net Nicholas Fishback, Math nfishbac@ccisd.net Maxine Guidry, Math mguidry@ccisd.net Ralph Hixson, Science rhixson@ccisd.net Colleen. MacKenna, Language Arts cmackenn@ccisd.net Shannon Miller, Language Arts smiller1@ccisd.net Sheila Schubert, Math sschuber@ccisd.net Vince Slatton, U.S. History vslatton@ccisd.net Matthew Walz, Math mwalz@ccisd.net
  • 14. Page 14 Sync Up With Space Center Award Winning Cheerleaders Hold Cheerleading The award winning, NCA 5A Texas State Champion and NCA Big Apple Grand Champion, Cheerleaders from Clear Lake High School will hold their annual Cheerleading Clinic on Saturday, September 26th, 2009 at the high school's main gym. Students in grades K through eighth grade are invited to attend. Registration begins at 12:30p.m. The clinic will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will conclude with a Cheer Exhibition performance for families, along with a performance by the CLHS cheerleaders. Clinic participants will receive an invitation to appear with the cheerleaders in the high school's Homecoming Parade on Wednesday, September 30th. The cost is $35 for pre-registration and $40 at the door. Visit www.LakeCheer.com or call Debbie Kloetzer at 281-236-7961 for more information. Clear Lake High School’s Fabulous Falcon Flairs Proudly Present Their Annual Dance Clinic Saturday, October 17th, 2009 Clear Lake High School Ninth Grade Center 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Students aged 4 years through 9th Grade are invited to attend. No dance experience is required and all levels are welcome. The cost is $30 for pre- registration by October 2nd. The price includes dance instruction, t-shirt, ribbon and a mid-morning snack. Registration at the door is $35. Registration forms are available at the front office. For more information contact, Kathy Akins at 281-486-5729.
  • 15. Nonprofit Org. Clear Creek Community Council of PTAS Space Center Intermediate School PTA U.S. Postage Paid 17400 Saturn Lane, Houston, TX 77058 Permit #295 Webster, TX Sync Up With Space Center is published monthly by SCIS PTA. 2009— 2010 Editor: Tu-Quynh (T.Q.) Bui Future Newsletter Deadlines: Be sure to visit our SCI PTA website Be sure to visit our SCI PTA website 9/27 for October Issue for updates and information for updates and information 10/25 for November Issue throughout the school year! 11/29 for December Issue throughout the school year! 1/3 for January Issue www.SCIPTA.org 1/31 for February Issue 2/28 for March Issue 3/28 for April Issue 4/25 for May/June Issue Please e-mail articles to T.Q. Bui at NewsletterEditor@scipta.org Some Important Dates for the 2009-2010 School Year 9 Weeks Tests Upcoming Events 1st Nine Weeks - October 19-23, All Subjects September 14 Fundraiser $/Order Due 2nd Nine Weeks - January 11-15, All Subjects October 13 Life touch School Picture Retakes October 19-23 Red Ribbon Week October 23 End of 1st Nine Weeks; Early Release October 26-27 Student Holidays October 28 Start of 2nd Nine Weeks Best Wishes for a Happy Birthday go to… August: September: October: 11 – Christy Taylor 5 – Karen Nelson 2 – Colleen MacKenna 18 – Lucy Fogarty 16 – Callie Harmon 11 – Kelly Dimmick 20 – Matt Barnhart, Lauren Berry 19 – Phil Hosey 12 – Allison Brand 29 – Nancy Grant 21 – Nicholas Fishback, Dung 13 – Susan Hadley 31 – Brenda Bondy Huynh, Jennifer Stevenson, 16 – Crystal Delaney, Lea Hilburn Stanley Zavala 28 – Gary Harjo, Giles Lamont 23 – Diane Armitage, Lanelle 31 – Lydia Ramirez Broussard 26 – Matt Rauch 29 – Linda Brack