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  • 1. 2/13/2012
  • 2. Page 40High School Student /Parent Handbook 2011-2012School day interruptions.FLOWERS, BALLOON BOUQUETS OR FOODDELIVERIES FOR STUDENTS WILL NOT BEACCEPTED IN THE OFFICE NOR DELIVEREDTO STUDENTS.
  • 3. LOST AND FOUND is FULL Please come to front of officein the morning and after schoolto check to see if you have lost something.Items unclaimed will be sent to Goodwill on 2/17/12 Will be out front of office everyday till 2/17/12
  • 4. SENIOR CALENDAR INPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER February 20 Student holiday February 21 Financial Aid / FAFSA Parent Meeting 6:00 p.m. SCHC auditorium March 5,7 8 & 9 Exit Level TAKS Testing (re-test) March 12 – 16 Spring Break March 23 End of 3rd 9 weeks April 2 – May 17 Sr. Credit Recovery Begins April 14 ACT @ Clemens (registration required April 19,26 & May 3 Credit by Exam for acceleration (pre-registration required) April 24 – 27 Exit Level TAKS Testing (re-test) April 27 Delivery of announcements (lunch only) May 4 Prom (tickets must e purchased prior to prom) May 5 SAT @ Steele (registration required)Seniors: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU REQUEST A FINAL TRANSCRIPT BEFORE GRADUATION!!! The cost is $1.00 each.MAKE SURE YOU ARRANGE TO HAVE YOUR SAT/ACT SCORES SENTTO YOUR INTENDED COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES.
  • 5. Once again the Lady Buffs varsity girls golf team participated over the weekend and came in second place at the O’Connor Panthers Golf Classic. Leading the way this time was Alicia Lehane shooting a two day total of 166.Dabin Cleary finished with a total of 173 followed by Megan Rhoads carding a 198. Also playing well was Sydney Geckler shooting a 208. Great job ladies.
  • 6. To IB Diploma Juniors & SeniorsMandatory CAS MeetingTuesday February 14th at 4:10Bring a print out of your updated CAS Progress Report in Room A209 with Mrs. Schwarz
  • 7. CLEMENS UIL TEAMCURRENT EVENTS TEAM MEET MONDAYS IN Room D-103 >>>>> 4 – 4:45 pm Congratulations to the Clemens HSCurrent Events UIL Team and the Social Studies Teams for Placing at La Vernia Invitational Meet Saturday, especial Julius Wilson - 1st Place
  • 8. Need someone to talk to? Having family issues? Peer issues? Personal issues? Need help with Feeling tired? assignments or studying Stressed? for tests? Overwhelmed?CIS IS HERE TO HELPYOU!Stop by the CIS office in the Library and let Ms. Richter help you!
  • 9. Valentine’s Day Couples Lunch In the Buffalo Bistro February 14, 2012 4th Lunch 5th Lunch $10.00 per couple By Reservation Only Purchase Tickets in B230 or from A Culinary Arts Student
  • 10. ATTENTION SOPHOMORES!! The Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science (TAMS) is accepting applications for current 10th graders who areinterested in completing their last two years of high school and at the same time completing their first two years of college!! Applications are accepted until Feb. 17, 2012 See your counselor for more information or go to www.tams.unt.edu
  • 11. Dry food(Kitten and puppy) Collars (all sizes) Can food (dog, puppy, cat and kitten) Leashes Chew Toys (rawhide) Treats Cat Litter Shelter DonationsBleach, Gloves, Trash Bags, Paper P=Towels, Copy Paper and Pens Please help the PALs in collecting these donations. We will be taking them the month of February. Bring all donations to E204.
  • 12. French Club boutique time is here! Valentine cards, flowers. sweets and gifts will be sold outside the auditorium during both lunches each day from February 7th through February 14.evenBe sure to get something for that special someone, a good friend, or your MOM! See you there!
  • 13. During the month of February FCCLA will be collecting NEW flip-flops for wounded soldiers.All donations can be dropped off in room B237. Our goal is 100 pairs. Help us reach our goal.
  • 14. Clemens Girls JV Soccer•The Junior Varsity tied Medina Valley Tuesday night 1-1!!•Goal By: Jessica Nienstedt•Assists By: Carlyn AbbottThe Lady Buffs will take on DrippingSprings on Saturday, February 18th, at 11:00 at HOME!! Come out and support your Lady Buffs!!
  • 15. Clemens Girls Varsity Soccer •The Varsity Soccer Girls willtake on Canyon Lake on Tuesday, February 14th at HOME!!•Varsity- 6:00 •Come out and support your Lady Buffs!!
  • 16. ATTENTION DRIVERS! Friday, Feb. 17 th,Buffalo Drive behind the stadiumwill be CLOSED due to thetrack meet beginning 2:30 p.m.
  • 17. CONGRATULATIONS TO TYLER VIGILFOR WINNING A 10,000 DOLLAR SCHOLARSHIP THIS SATURDAY AT THE SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK SHOW!!!Tyler participated in the Wool judging contest and was 2nd high individual earning him the scholarship! Way to go Tyler!
  • 18. Congratulations to the Cibolo Creek FFA Wool Judging team for placing 3rd this Saturday that the San Antonio Livestock Show!Team members were: Tyler Vigil Ashley Blumentritt Julia Rauschuber Jonathan Obearle Way to go!
  • 19. Ladies. Thinking about PromAttention Seniors... already? Need a Dress?If you need assistance Finances tight?purchasing a Weve got the help you need!!! There is anCap & Gown, organization that hasplease submit a collected gently usedrequest at the prom dresses. ForCounseling office to additional information,visit with Ms. Martinez please submit a request before Feb. 27th. to see Ms. Martinez at the counseling office.
  • 20. Please direct anyquestions aboutregistration to: Mr. Dan Ochoa,Dean of UIWPreparatory Programs (210) 829-2707ochoad@uiwtx.edu Ms. Stella Mallard,Assistant to Dean of UIWPreparatory Programs (210) 829-2708mallard@uiwtx.edu
  • 21. Explore UT The University of Texas at Austin will host Explore UT on Saturday, March 3, 2012, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The annual open house is free, open to all ages, K-12, and there’s no registrationfor students & families to participate in the more than 350 learning activities. Check out activities on the Explore UT Website Explore UT offers Information for college-bound students & learning activities for all students
  • 22. THE KIWANIS CLUB OFSEGUIN IS OFFERINGSCHOLARSHIPS TOQUALIFIED APPLICANTS.INFORMATION CAN BEFOUND ON THECOUNSELORS COLLEGEBULLETIN AND/OR BYPICKING UP ANAPPLICATION FROM THECOUNSELING OFFICE.DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THEAPPLICATION IS APRIL 2,2012.
  • 23. “Young Leaders Conference” comes to Northeast Lakeview Attend and you could win a college scholarship!! When: Saturday, February 25, 2012, 8:00am – 2:00pm Where: Northeast Lakeview College--Performing Arts Center 1201 Kitty Hawk Rd., Universal City, TX This FREE event for high school juniors and seniors and their parents will provide information about the college process: admissions, paying for college, careers, time management, and the college experience. The conference will end with door prizes, including $10,000 in scholarships, the awarding of the high school spirit award (the school with the highest participation rate), and a performance by San Antonio’s own motivational group, HYPE. Registration and scholarship information are available at www.alamo.edu/district/sli/ Scholarship documentation deadline is February 10, 2012
  • 24. Guadalupe County Aggie Mom’s Club Scholarship Application available atwww.guadalupecountyaggiemoms.orgDeadline: must be postmarked on or before March 31, 2012
  • 25. Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program Seniors –If you will be participating in ROTC in college and you will be graduating with either theDistinguished High School program or the IBprogram—you may be eligible to apply for theTexas Armed Services Scholarship program. More information is available in the Counseling Office.
  • 26. SCHOLARSHIPAVAILABLE Requirements: * Key Club Member of good standing for more than 2 consecutive years *Non-member applicants * Pick can be made in Room E105 OR Counseling office
  • 27. Need help with collegeapplications? Want help with the FAFSA?CIS is here to help!Join us on THURSDAYS for PROJECTSUCCESS (in the Library) to help you plan forthe next step. Please see Ms. Richter (CIS) if you have any questions
  • 28. TACAC Camp College 2012 June 3-6, 2012 Texas Christian UniversityCamp College is a 4-day “boot camp” for soon to be juniorsand seniors. Students will be able to:•Identify schools that match your interests and needs•Write an application essay and create a resume•Navigate the financial aid maze•Learn tips, techniques, and strategies for ACT/SAT•Attend college presentations and college fair.Only 120 students will be taken into the program.Apply at http://www.admissions.tcu.edu/CAMPCOLLEGE/Deadline to apply is April 20, 2012
  • 29. April 9th @ 5:00 pm in the Beard Gym New this year-All players must be eligible
  • 30. Judson JudsonLadies of Distinction Sons of Distinction A-Phi-E C-Tau-Eta R@B Singer R@B Singer Kahlil Jordan Kierra Shiday February 25th$8 advance tickets 6 p.m.$9 dollars at door
  • 31. The Tuskegee AirmanThe Tuskegee Airmen is the popular name of a groupof African American pilots who fought in World War II. Formally, they were the332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bombardment Group of the U.S. Army Air Corps.
  • 32. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American military aviators in theUnited States armed forces. During World War II, African Americans in manyU.S. states still were subject to the Jim Crow laws.[N 1] The American militarywas racially segregated, as was much of the federal government. TheTuskegee Airmen were subject to racial discrimination, both within andoutside the army. Despite these adversities, they trained and flew withdistinction. Primarily made up of African Americans, there were also fiveTuskegee Airmen that were of Haitian descent.Although the 477th Bombardment Group "worked up" on North AmericanB-25 Mitchell bombers, they never served in combat; the Tuskegee 332ndFighter Group was the only operational unit, first sent overseas as part ofOperation Torch, then in action in Sicily and Italy, before being deployed asbomber escorts in Europe where they were particularly successful invirtually all their missions.[3]The Tuskegee Airmen initially were equipped with Curtiss P-40 Warhawksfighter-bomber aircraft, briefly with Bell P-39 Airacobras (March 1944), laterwith Republic P-47 Thunderbolts (June–July 1944), and finally the fightergroup acquired the aircraft with which they became most commonlyassociated, the North American P-51 Mustang (July 1944). When the pilotsof the 332nd Fighter Group painted the tails of their P-51s red, thenickname "Red Tails" was coined. Bomber crews applied a more effusive"Red-Tail Angels" sobriquet. [
  • 33. Come out and support the buffs!!!!The game will be played atSMITHSON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL.
  • 34.  MEETING ON FEBRUARY 17TH. AFTER SCHOOL. IN CAFETERIA ATTENDANCE IN MANDATORY NO ATTENDANCE – NO PLAY
  • 35. ANY SENIOR- we have extra shirts!!Come by room B203 to pick one up Cost is $15
  • 36. BAKE SALE!COME THURSDAY TO A HALLWAY (Chocolate Chip, M & M,Sugar and Oatmeal Raisin)