Samuel ClemensAnnouncementsApril 19, 2012 Happy Fiesta
ATTENTION SENIORS If you will be attending college, you must complete a FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST form. The charge is one dollar per transcript and you can turn the form and fee into the Registrar’s office. If you are or have taken college courses through St. Philip’s College (DUAL CREDIT), you must send a final transcript to them from Samuel Clemens High School in order for St. Philip’s to release grades to your receiving college or University. PLEASE ORDER BY THE END OF MAY.*** not a bad idea to request one just to keep for your records, more employees areRequiring this.
TEAM CLEMENS RELAY FOR LIFE! Money is due for your shirt, your meals, and your donation ($13 total). Please see Mrs Collier ASAP with your money! Are you planning to ride the bus with us to Steele High School? You need to let Mrs Collier know ASAP! If your waiver is not signed by a parent or guardian, you will not be allowed to Relay on May 4th. Waivers need to be in immediately!
Powder Puff Permission Form and $15 due to Mrs. Mumme B211 by Monday, April 23rd Get with coaches for practice times!
REGIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT RESULTSThe girls golf team placed sixth out of sixteen teams this weekat the regional tournament.Leading the way and missing going to state by four shots was freshman Dabin Cleary carding a 152 for her two day event.Alicia Lehane put in a valiant effort scoring a 165 for the team.Freshman Megan Rhoads tied for 28th out of 93 girls shooting a two day total of 169.Also playing well and improving each day was Sydney Gecklerwith 220 and Amanda Robles 241.All girls will be returning next yearand we are expecting nothing short ofplaying in the state tournament next year. GREAT YEAR LADIES
• FCCLA FCCLA students had state competition this past weekend in Dallas. They did an awesome job representing Samuel Clemens High School.• Isaac Reyna, Stephanie Cintron, and Marina Feliciano- 1st place in Promote and Publicize, these students qualified for National Competition in Orlando, Florida this summer.• Chris Edwards and Melissa Young- 3rd place in Life Event Planning• Olivia De La Rosa- 4th place in Early Childhood for her math lesson on graphing.• The following students also placed with their LEO testing.• Isaac Reyna- Silver Medal (Job interview)• Stephaine Cintron-Gold Medal (Job Interview)• Marina Feliciano-Gold Medal ( Mission, Creed, and purpose)• Chis Edwards-Gold Medal (Consumer Math)• Melissa Young- Gold Medal ( Mission, Creed, and Purpose)• Ashley Stanuga- Gold Medal ( Job interview)• Kaylie Sandovall- Gold Medal ( Job interview)• Bobby Villescas- Silver Medal (Job Interview• Kristina Kieu-silver medal (job interview)• Olivia De La Rosa- Results will be mailed ( Child Development Test)
Samuel Clemens Theatre Department proudly presents our One-Act competition piece, Our Leading Lady by Charles Busch.Performances are on Thursday, April19, 2012 at 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM inthe Auditorium. Cost is $3.00 at the door.
Graduation DVD SALES on SALE NOW!!! $25 – Order Forms Outside the office /School Website Complete one-return with cashor check(made payable to Clemens project graduation) Place in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!
Hal Baldwin Scholarship:The City of Schertz has established the HalBaldwin Scholarship to encourage highschool seniors who are residents of Schertzto consider public service as a career path.The $2500.00 2012 scholarship honors HalBaldwin, civic volunteer, councilmember, and Mayor. Any currentlyenrolled high school senior residing inSchertz is eligible to apply. This includeshomeschooled students. Scholarshipcriteria and application is available in thecounseling office.The deadline to apply is April 30, 2012.
Create your Corsage or Boutonniere with them And they will donate: $10 for each corsage $3 for each boutonniere They have tons of custom ribbons and extras (feathers and bling) that youcan add to your corsage. They also carry a line of keepsake bracelets ($5 to$20) for your wrist corsage. Stop by Today to pick out the flowers(roses, carnations, orchids or freesia), the colors of the flowers and ribbon and all the custom extras. 508 Exchange Ave Schertz 210-658-9600 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 9am-2 pmCorsages start at $25 Boutonnieres start at $8
In honor of National Library Week and TheHunger Games, the library will be rafflingoff our Hunger Games poster. Come enterup to once a day. Winner will be drawnon Monday April 23. May the odds beforever in your favor!
TAKS TEST SCHEDULE April 24-27thTuesday, April 24th Wednesday, April 25th8: 40 - 11:45 TEST 8: 40 - 11:45 TEST12:00 -12:45 4th 12:00 -12:45 4th12:50 - 1:35 5th 12:50 - 1:35 5th1:40 – 2:25 1st 1:40 – 2:25 6th2:30 – 3:15 2nd 2:30 – 3:15 7th3:20- 4:00 3rd 3:20- 4:00 8thThursday, April 26th Friday, April 27th8: 40 - 11:45 TEST 8: 40 - 11:45 TEST12:00 -12:45 4th 12:00 -12:45 4th12:50 - 1:35 5th 12:50 - 1:35 5th1:40 – 2:25 1st 1:40 – 2:25 6th2:30 – 3:15 2nd 2:30 – 3:15 7th3:20- 4:00 3rd 3:20 – 4:00 8thThings to keep in mind: *There will be no TAKS/STAAR tutorials this week.*Only 10th, 11th, and certain 12 grade students will TAKS test.*9th grade students will be assigned to a specific classroom.*Seniors do not have to report until 11:55 A.M., unless they are re-testers.*Seniors with 4th lunch do not have to report until 12:45 P.M.*Seniors who arrive prior to 11:55 A.M. (bus riders or just arrive early), must report to the dining center.
PROJECT GRADUATION EVENTSGraduation DVD SALES on SALE NOW- $25 Forms are by the Buffalo box outside the office complete one and return with cash or check (made payable to project graduation) in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!SENIOR T-SHIRTS ON SALE NOW - $20 Forms are by the Buffalo box outside the office complete one and return with cash or check (made payable to project graduation) in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!
Senior T-Shirts $20 ITS NOT THEThe front will END...ITSbe Neon Green ONLY THENot Pink!! BEGINNING ! Order Forms are by the Buffalo box outside the office complete one and return with cash or check(made payable to project graduation) in an envelope addressed to Project GRAD !!
SAT Boot Camp! Alamo Heights High School Cafeteria Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM Drop-Off and Pick-Up in front of the Mule Dome (Pick-up at 1:00 PM) Students should arrive by 7:30Dear Students :Most students and parents do not realize that as few as seven questions can change an SAT score by 100points, which can make a significant difference when applying to competitive colleges and for scholarshipmonies.Expecting 100% of our AHHS Juniors to have already registered to take the SAT and ACT at least oncebefore the school year ends, the following has been arranged to prepare you for the last two SAT tests thisschool year:an intensive five-hour SAT Specific Boot Camp,scheduled for Saturday, April 21, 2012at the Alamo Heights High School Cafeteriahosted by Test Prep Seminars, a nationally renowned test preparation providerThis workshop is designed to give effective test-taking and time-management strategies that may helprealize a significant increase in SAT scores. To learn more, please visit www.testprepseminars.orgThe normal cost of this SAT Boot Camp is $250. however, Test Prep Seminars is making the campavailable for only $45 to help students improve their test scores.This five-hour workshop is both effective and economical. Materials include 2 books for eachparticipant, including 26 practice tests with detailed answers and explanations, along with a strategybook to further complement your child’s learning.To Register:Come by the counseling office to pick up a registration form
PROMWhen: May 4thWhere: Alzafar Shrine 1604/Stoneoak ParkwayTickets: ON SALE NOWSeniors 25.00Juniors 35.00Non-Student guest 45.00*•Approved waiver required
*Earn 2 hours of college credit*Team up with other high school students and TLU students on a service project*Enjoy interesting classes, fun evening activities, and great field trips! Interested? Come by the Counseling Office for more information.
SCUC ATPE Scholarship Program The SCUC ATPE proudly announces seven $500 scholarships! Lurline Davis Memorial SCUC ATPE Scholarship – Open to active SCUC ATPEparaprofessionals pursuing a degree with teacher certification or an advanced degree in the field of education. Bill Marthes Memorial SCUC ATPE Scholarship – Open to active SCUC ATPE educators pursuing an advanced degree with teacher certification or an advanced degree in an education field. SCUC ATPE Future Educator Scholarship – Open to graduating seniors from Clemens, Steele, and Allison Steele who are pursuing degrees with teacher certification.Two scholarships each will be awarded to both Clemens and Steele. One scholarship will be awarded to graduates of Allison Steele. Scholarship application packets must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2012. Send completed scholarship applications to: SCUC ATPE Scholarship Program c/o Donna Limrick 3601 Whitefield Square Schertz, Texas 78154 For questions contact Janya Hodge (email@example.com) or Donna Limrick (firstname.lastname@example.org). **Scholarships are not open to anyone who has won one of the above scholarships in the last 3 years.
GRACE PARKER VOIGT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION for Texas State University-San MarcosGrace Parker Voigt taught school for more than 40 years, retiring from SCUCISD. TheGrace Parker Voigt Endowed Scholarship was established for deserving graduates ofSCUCISD who are attending Texas State University-San Marcos. To be considered for the scholarship, the potential recipient must: •Obtain a high school transcript •Complete the application available in the counseling office •Pursue a degree in education at Texas State University –San Marcos Come by the counseling office for more information
COOKIES!COME THURSDAY TO A HALLWAY (Chocolate Chip, M & M, Sugar and Oatmeal Raisin)
Have fun and stay in shape this summer!!! at CLEMENS PRIDE CAMPWhere: ClemensWhen: Mon. – Thurs., June 6th – July 14th (no camp July 2-5)Time: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.Who: 9th – 12th gradersCost: $60 Registration forms now available in the Athletic office, front office and on the Clemens Athletics website.
SCHERTZ POLICE DEPARTMENTStudents can make anonymous tip via mobile phone device. Text tips to CRIMESKeyword SCHERTZ. For more information visit Schertz Police Department School Resource Division at Facebook.com
To get your anonymous I.D., text SCHERTZ to CRIMES (274637).If you see something suspicious in our community, help fight crime! ***In case of emergency, call 911.A public service announcement from Administration and CBN.
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