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  1. 1. CLEAR CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL OFOF 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 18 Issue 7 March 2010 A Message from the PTA President Wow! February was an incredibly with the dance and see what a great turn out busy month for our Cardinals. As you can we had. Over 240 students came and see from the newsletter there were many enjoyed “The Masquerade.” A huge thank activities going on in February. you to dance chair Marla Schmidt and the Congratulations once again to our rest of the volunteers who spent countless undefeated Space Center cross country hours planning and preparing for the dance. teams. All 4 teams remained undefeated Thank you also to Mrs. Vitek and the many and swept the district meet. That is a great NJHS students who helped make it all accomplishment. Both boys and girls possible. basketball teams also finished successful Thank you to Rikie Bowker, PTA seasons. Tennis, golf and track will soon be fundraising chair for organizing the underway. successful “Crush” sale. Many students Congratulations also to Ms. enjoyed receiving a “Crush” for Valentine’s Richards and the production class. They Day. Thank you also to the many volunteers won several awards at their recent who helped with the sales or delivery. competition. Congratulations also to our If you are not currently a member of Every child, one voice Quiz bowl team for placing 3rd at district as PTA, please consider joining. The spring well. I f you are up at school, please check membership campaign is underway and you Inside this issue: out the display case in the commons for the can now join online at We amazing art work that competed in the are currently updating our website and Houston Livestock and Rodeo competition. adding a virtual school store that will allow Cardinal students did very well. parents to shop and pay by credit card! Many of our students also competed at the Thank you to our webmaster Michelle PTA President‘s/ Principal’s 1 district science fair and the orchestra Krueger and PTA treasurer Carole Stecker messages students competed at solo and ensemble for setting this up. PTA News: Masquerade 2-5 contest. The students did very well at both Dance; PTA Nominating Com- events. Darlene Selmarten mittee; SCIS Scrapbook The 8th grade dance took place on SCIS PTA President February 20th. It was my pleasure to help Notes form the Nurse; NJHS; 6-7 Science Fair Winners Quiz Bowl Winners; Fundraise 8-9 A Message from the Principal for Haiti; Beginner Band Booster Clubs: Band; Orches- 10-16 tra, Athletic Cardinal Sports News 17-26 Have a safe and happy Spring Break! Approved CCISD New School Boundaries 27-28 Deadlines, Dates, Birthdays 29 Mrs. Carpenter
  2. 2. Page 2 Sync Up With Space Center Masquerade Dance WOW! The Masquerade has come and gone. I hope the 8th graders enjoyed the dance as much as I did. We were able to borrow some of the most beautiful masks that I have ever seen. They helped transform the Commons from a school cafeteria to a magical dance setting. There were so many who had a part in making the dance a success, I do not know who to thank first. The NJHS students helped from the start to the finish. As parents, we have so much to be proud of and thankful for in our children. Darlene Selmarten, Angela Schroeder, and Kim Scofield took the "common" out of the Commons. Merita Parker , Kim Holt, Lisa Roberts, and Betty Squires made the food tables look as good as the food tasted. And yes, we had more than just corndogs and water! April McCluskey gets a big hug for stickering both mail-outs. Sherrie Jones, Marilyn Sobotik, Suzie Wilson, Doyle Richter, and Karen Zimpfer sat through all those lunches selling tickets. And last, but not least, Luis and Sandra Orosco took pictures from the time the doors opened until the dance was over. Luis took over 200 pictures! And a great big thank you to Mrs. Vitek, Ms. Thomas, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Rogers and all of the Space Center teachers who helped chaperone the dance. It was truly my pleasure to work with all these wonderful teachers, par- ents and their children. Marla Schmidt
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  4. 4. Page 4 Sync Up With Space Center Masquerade Dance would not be possible without all the wonderful people who have given their time and talent! Thank you to the parents, teachers, staff and students who have contributed to make the Dance such a wonderful event. Masquerade Dance Sponsors Dr. and Mrs. Luis Orosco for the photos The dance floor: SCIS National Junior Honor Society Edrina Fitting and Ladybug Realty Dave and Becky Begala Krist Law Firm The Scofield Group In-Kind: Home Depot for decorating supplies Lisa Osborne for use of masks and many other decoration items and her assistance with set up
  5. 5. Page 5 Sync Up With Space Center Nominating Committee Seeks Input The PTA Nominating Committee is currently working to complete the slate of nominees for next year's PTA elected board positions. The offices of President and Treasurer need to be filled. If you are interested in one of these positions or you know of someone who might be interested, please email one of the nominat- ing committee’s members. We are hoping for a smooth transition into finding a complete set of officers for the next school year. Thank you so much! Julie Lovelace - Kecia Held - Carole Stecker - Photos for SCIS Scrapbook I am looking for pictures to put in the school scrap- book. If you have any pictures of school events you would like to share please send them to Theresa Gardner at Thanks! We have a Crush on You…..! A huge THANKS goes out to all of the wonderful volunteers, students and parents ~ who helped make the Crush sale a huge success! It is through their generous gift of time that the PTA is able to support the students and school.
  6. 6. Page 6 Sync Up With Space Center Notes from the Nurse 6th Grade Parents or Guardians: Please take note of the following changes for your current 6th grade student for the next 2010- 2011 school year. Immunization requirements for 7th graders have changed as of March 5, 2009. Please review your student’s immunization record to make sure that he/she is in compliance. The following vaccinations are required for all students entering the 7 th grade: * Meningococcal Vaccine * Varicella Vaccine – 2nd dose (unless history of disease) * Tdap Vaccine – Booster dose requirement within the last five years You may forward any updated immunization records to the clinic by mail, email or fax. Addi- tionally, your student may bring the record to the clinic. Sincerely, Jerri S. Stepp, RN, BSN School Nurse 281-284-3313 – office 281-284-3307 – fax National Junior Honor Society National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) students were busy serving the community during the month of February. Members volunteered at school fairs at both Falcon Pass and Armand Bayou Elementary Schools. We also assisted in Fun Runs at Brookwood, Clear Lake City and Northpoint Elementary Schools. Our biggest project was the 8th grade dance. We enjoyed being the first SCIS class to help organize and plan the dance. The “Masquerade” Dance was a lot of fun, as well as a big success. NJHS students helped select the music, plan the menu, make posters, and help to set up and clean up for the dance. We also donated $250 towards the cost of renting the dance floor. The next meeting for current members will be on Friday, March 12th in the Library at 8:15. All seventh graders wishing to be a part of the NJHS should submit their completed ap- plications to Mrs. Vitek by March 3rd. Elizabeth Selmarten NJHS Correspondent
  7. 7. Page 7 Sync Up With Space Center SCIS District Science Fair Winners Congratulations to the following students who won awards at the February 15th District Science Fair! The First, Second and Third place winners in the Junior Division are eligible to advance to the Greater Houston Science Engineering Fair at the George R. Brown Convention Center on March 11-13, 2010. Junior Division (7th & 8th Grades) FIRST PLACE Gold Medal FIFTH PLACE Dean Tzouanas – Mathematics Daniel Penley – Chemistry Yi-Yang Chen – Mathematics SECOND PLACE Silver Medal HONORABLE MENTION Meghan Brinton – Engineering Danielle DeChellis – Environmental Science Hannah Kelly – Medicine/Health Kalashi DeSilva – Behavioral/Social Science Kate Koontz –Biochemistry/ Microbiology THIRD PLACE Bronze Medal Kris Koontz – Environmental Science 6th Grade Division FIRST PLACE Gold Medal FIFTH PLACE Matthew Nguyen – Plant Science Natalie Korth – Earth/Space Science Jack Holt – Mathematics THIRD PLACE Bronze Medal HONORABLE MENTION Sydney Sobotik – Biochemistry/ Microbiology Kaitlyn Kimbrough – Mathematics Austin Lively – Chemistry Michael Smith – Physics FOURTH PLACE Olivia Fox – Engineering John Sinor – Environmental Science Ben Shavers – Earth/ Space Science
  8. 8. Page 8 Sync Up With Space Center District Quiz Bowl Congratulations to Cardinal students who participated in the District Quiz Bowl competition on Saturday, February 20th at Clear Lake HS. Space Center placed third overall in the competition. From left to right: Mrs. Grimes, Gaurav A, Jerry S, Natalie C, Jordan T, Samreen G and Travis D Help Space Center Intermediate raise $10,000 to help the people of Haiti Space Center Intermediate is looking to raise $10,000 to help the people of Haiti. We are asking that everyone who walks the halls of Space Center contribute $10.00 to reach our goal. With over 1,300 people in our Space Center family, we should have no problem reaching this lofty goal.
  9. 9. Page 9 Sync Up With Space Center Cardinal Beginner Band News The Beginner Band Ensemble Contest will be on Thursday, March 4th in the Teaching Theater at SCIS. Students need to wear their band t-shirt and jeans for the Ensemble Contest. (If they do not have a band t-shirt, any red t-shirt and jeans will be acceptable). Students will receive comments and instruction from a judge. The students will perform their ensemble and then demonstrate some fundamental skills that we work on in class. It is important that the students arrive 15 minutes before their warm-up time. They are allowed to leave after their ensemble performs. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come and watch the Ensemble Contest. The schedule for the March 4th Ensemble Contest: Ensemble Warm-up Performance Trumpet 4:20 pm 4:40 pm Clarinet 4:40 pm 5:00 pm Flute 5:00 pm 5:20 pm Low Brass 5:20 pm 5:40 pm Saxophone 5:40 pm 6:00 pm Double Reed 6:00 pm 6:20 pm French Horn 6:20 pm 6:40 pm Percussion 6:40 pm 7:00 pm The Beginner Band Spring Concert is quickly approaching. The concert will be on Tuesday, March 9th in the school Commons. A fundraiser dinner sponsored by the Booster Club will be offered in conjunction with the concert. Booster Club members have been working hard to make this possible. Students are to wear their band t-shirt (or red t-shirt) and jeans for the con- cert. They should wear this to school on Tuesday, March 9t h. The rehearsal and concert schedule for the Spring Concert: Monday, March 8 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm Full Band Rehearsal Tuesday, March 9 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm Section Rehearsals 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm Full Band Rehearsal 6:30 pm Dinner 7:30 pm Concert
  10. 10. Page 10 Sync Up With Space Center 7th/8th Bands’ Spring Concert and Fundraiser Dinner
  11. 11. Page 11 Sync Up With Space Center 6th Grade Band’s Mini-Camp
  12. 12. Page 12 Sync Up With Space Center Orchestra Notes We are so proud of all our students who participated in the solo and ensemble contest on February 20th. The students performed an assigned piece of music before a panel of judges. If the students were nervous, they sure did not show it. Once again, our solo and ensemble contestants shined! Congratulations and way to go virtuosos! February 6th found the Chamber orchestra fiddlin’ up a little Cotton-Eyed Joe at the Falcon Pass Elementary School carnival. It was great to get the chance to show off our talents for the younger set. On February 27 th, we showed off our solos and ensembles in performances at Barnes & Noble, who thanked the students by donating a portion of their proceeds to our orchestra program. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the kids. The next few months will be crazy for our Space Center Orchestras. On March 5 th, we will be having some fun with an event we call March Madness. We’ll head to Incredible Pizza for dinner and then return to Space Center to play games until Midnight. No instruments on this night – just Rock n Roll and FUN! The advanced students are preparing for the UIL competition coming up. Philharmonic and Chamber will compete on March 31st and Symphony and Chamber will be compete on April 9 th. We know these students will make Space Center proud! On March 8th , these students will showcase the music they are preparing with a concert at University Baptist Church. The SCIS Fiddle Club has started - every Thursday morning at 8:15. We are learning Irish and Texas Swing Band Music. Rock The House is meeting every other Friday. Students are learning to play by ear all the songs they love on their iPods using Electric Strings! Please check out the orchestra website for additional information and per- formance schedules at
  13. 13. Page 13 Sync Up With Space Center SCIS Orchestras in Action
  14. 14. Page 14 Sync Up With Space Center Orchestra Solo and Ensemble ~ Medal Winners Last First Level Score Last First Level Score Booker Simone Gold 1 Owusu Andrew Silver 1 Booker Simone Gold 1 Peck Sam Silver 1 Chang Adrian Gold 1 Rosenbaum Kelsey Silver 1 Chen Alan Gold 1 Strickland Angus Silver 1 Chen Alan Gold 1 Wang Joy Silver 1 Gonzalez Melissa Gold 1 Wang Joy Silver 1 Hack Kristi Gold 1 Agramonte Alexandra Bronze 1 Hack Kristi Gold 1 Alexander Stefan Bronze 1 He Daniel Gold 1 Arnold Tripp Bronze 1 Herdrich Joel Gold 1 Ballard Robert Bronze 1 Jeong Robin Gold 1 Beeson Hope Bronze 1 Lee Jeffrey Gold 1 Beinhoff Anya Bronze 1 Lee Jeffrey Gold 1 Bin Sohail Rohail Bronze 1 Lee Dara Gold 1 Bolen Scott Bronze 1 Lee Jeffrey Gold 1 Bolton Brenda Bronze 1 Lee Dara Gold 1 Bolton Brenda Bronze 1 Liu Connie Gold 1 Brown Katie Bronze 1 Lo Grace Gold 1 Buschorn Haley Bronze 1 Morrow Delaney Gold 1 Buschorn Haley Bronze 1 Peck Sam Gold 1 Busselberg Camilla Bronze 1 Schneider Alexis Gold 1 Busselberg Camilla Bronze 1 Smith Michelle Gold 1 Carillo Dillon Bronze 1 Suzuki Marisa Gold 1 Chaka Koby Bronze 1 Truong Lauren Gold 1 Chavis Emily Bronze 1 Truong Lauren Gold 1 Choudhury Samira Bronze 1 Tuckness Katie Gold 1 Choudhury Saima Bronze 1 Valerio Erica Gold 1 Choudhury Siama Bronze 1 Yang Samuel Gold 1 Cobham Steven Bronze 1 Yang Samuel Gold 1 Cobham Steven Bronze 1 Yang Samuel Gold 1 Cochran Chris Bronze 1 Bonner Derek Silver 1 Cochran Mitchell Bronze 1 Derauf Haley Silver 1 Cole Morgan Bronze 1 Ferguson James Silver 1 Cole Morgan Bronze 1 Fillip Madeline Silver 1 Crumpler Kirby Bronze 1 Gonzales Hayden Silver 1 Crumpler Kirby Bronze 1 Ha Christopher Silver 1 DeMasie Jack Bronze 1 Hare Allison Silver 1 Faulkner Song Bronze 1 Hossain Sabrina Silver 1 Freire Margareth Bronze 1 Hwang Sara Silver 1 Galgana Rigel Bronze 1 LaBrier Lindsey Silver 1 Galgana Rigel Bronze 1 Liu Tim Silver 1 Gardner Cole Bronze 1 Meilchen Christopher Silver 1 Giesinger Reed Bronze 1 Nosrat Maria Silver 1 Ha Christopher Bronze 1
  15. 15. Page 15 Sync Up With Space Center Orchestra Solo and Ensemble ~ Medal Winners Last First Level Score Last First Level Score Hernandez Vanessa Bronze 1 Robinette David Bronze 1 Hungrige Klara Bronze 1 Sampson Sierra Bronze 1 Jafari Alex Bronze 1 Sampson Sierra Bronze 1 Jinnah Ramsha Bronze 1 Sparks Brandon Bronze 1 Koontz Kristina Bronze 1 Stamos Nick Bronze 1 LaSota Madison Bronze 1 Stamos Nick Bronze 1 LaSota Madison Bronze 1 Stromer Chris Bronze 1 Mallory Teryn Bronze 1 Sur Rohan Bronze 1 Miles-Ochoa Wilson Bronze 1 Tegeler Antonia Bronze 1 Miles-Ochoa Wilson Bronze 1 Trinh Jaqueline Bronze 1 Miller Bailey Bronze 1 Tupa Kim Bronze 1 Nguyen Christine Bronze 1 Wai Thurein Bronze 1 Nigos Richard Bronze 1 Weber Jackson Bronze 1 Peters Grace Bronze 1 Wendes Jackson Bronze 1 Prochazka Kyle Bronze 1 Weng George Bronze 1 Riojas Daniel Bronze 1 Williams Avery Bronze 1 Riojas Daniel Bronze 1 Orchestra Solo and Ensemble ~ Certificate Winners Last First Level Score Last First Level Score Abraham Emily Gold 2 Santen Eric Silver 2 Chang Adrian Gold 2 Tegeler Grace Silver 2 Farahani Farzam Gold 2 Thomas Emily Silver 2 Hara Allison Gold 2 Abdullah Sahar Bronze 2 Hossain Sabrina Gold 2 Alsad Bassell Bronze 2 Hwang Sara Gold 2 Arceneaux Ashley Bronze 2 Khan Yusuf Gold 2 Arman Daston Bronze 2 Kluber Kristen Gold 2 Berger Sandy Bronze 2 Liu Connie Gold 2 Brown Katie Bronze 2 Lo Grace Gold 2 Casas Amber Bronze 2 Login Devon Gold 2 Chaka Koby Bronze 2 Morrow Delaney Gold 2 Cochran Chris Bronze 2 Schneider Alexis Gold 2 Davis Grant Bronze 2 Whitener Andrew Gold 2 DeGeorge Joseph Bronze 2 Berezin Solomon Silver 2 Giroux Stephane Bronze 2 Crucian Daymond Silver 2 Held Alex Bronze 2 Gonzalez Melissa Silver 2 Johnson Katie Bronze 2 Johnson SaraAnn Silver 2 Khan Kashti Bronze 2 LaBrier Lindsey Silver 2 Krueger Patrick Bronze 2 Nguyen Hieu Silver 2 Linn Kayde Bronze 2 Pyle Michael Silver 2 Marcus Amber Bronze 2 Qadri Homais Silver 2 Mason Caitlin Bronze 2 Richmond Keaton Silver 2 Molina Estela Bronze 2
  16. 16. Page 16 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Intermediate Boys Athletic Booster Club Our winter sports are wrapping up with substantial success. All of Space Center's Cross Country boys and girls teams are undefeated going into the District Meet. The 7A boys Cardinal basketball team won first in district with 7B taking second. Our 8A boys team took 3rd in the District Tournament with 8B finishing fourth. Thank you to our coaches and athletes for their hard work and dedication. Spring sports tryouts are underway as I write this article. If rosters are posted before publica- tion deadline, our terrific PTA Newsletter Editor, T.Q. Bui, will add the updated information. Congratulations to our new team members. The Boys Athletic Booster Club has car decals and yard signs for tennis, golf, cross country and track. If you would like to purchase Cardinal spirit merchandise, contact Stacey Neal at Also, if you are a booster club member and would like to sell merchandise at a practice for a team your child is on, Stacey would love your help. Also, don't forget the Cardinal Web Store. Simply follow the link and customize your Cardinal order on all kinds of accessories and fan gear. It includes all sports (basketball, volleyball, tennis, track and field, golf, etc.) and sizes range from Men 6XL - baby & toddler! Check out all of the neat items available at Intermediate-School-Cardinals.aspx?schoolid=285869 Keri Cerda in the shirt she ordered from the Cardinal Web Store. The Boys Athletic Booster Club has donated nearly $9,000 to the Space Center Athletic Depart- ment this year for the purchase of jerseys, football helmets, practice chutes and a sled. The money was primarily raised through membership dues, concessions headed by Kathy Giesinger, Merchandise sales led by Stacey Neal and donations. The booster club has several key positions to fill for the upcoming 2010-2011 school year: Vice President Secretary Banquet Chairman Membership Chairman 7th Grade Concession Chairman If you are interested in any of the positions and are a current 6th or 7th grade parent, you may contact any current board member: Doug Kosmo, President: Heather Blackmar, Vice President: Cindy Bishop, Treasurer: Erin Kosmo, Secretary: The booster club has a number of committees and ways to get involved and support your son's athletic endeavors at Space Center. If you would like to join the booster club, dues are $25. Contact Heather Blackmar at for a form. Go Cardinals!
  17. 17. Page 17 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports News Space Center Basketball 2010 Results 7A Boys— 1st Place in District 7B Boys— 2nd Place in District 8A Boys— 3rd Place in District 8B Boys— 4th Place in District Grant P scores for the Cards Cameron C sinks a free throw Blake B layup Grant H on a fast break Cardinal Cheerleaders cheering their team to victory 8A Dorian B dunking in a game Cardinals Principal Susan Carpenter, Officer Reyes Hernandez, and Cheer Sponsor Courtney Thomas supporting the 8th grade boys Cardinal basketball teams in their wins over Victory Lakes. Cameron C going up for the shot 8A boys with contact team makes an entrance thanks to Cardinal Cheerleaders Blake B gets the rebound
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  19. 19. Page 19 Sync Up With Space Center Grant P makes a layup Grant H on a fast break Will W smokes past a Westbrook defender Dorian B layup Blake B shoots despite being double teamed Grant P shoots a beautiful 3 pointer Donald R blocks a shot by West- Will W going for a fast break Blake B scores on a rebound Matt M and Landon L playing games Cameron C moves the ball up court Eric S and Alex W riding go karts 7A District Champ Coach Larsen & his Coach Wondergem & Mike D playing Team Celebration son take a ride on the go karts air hockey
  20. 20. Page 20 Sync Up With Space Center Emily B defends Cardinal territory Katie W moving the ball upcourt against Panther guard Sarah S. shoots and scores for the Lady Cards injured 7B Hailey S cheering on Brooke B grabs the panther ball and runs it to the basket point guard Rebecca S taking the ball Shani rebounds for the Lady Cards toward the basket Emily, Shani and Jamie get in position for Ami to throw the ball in Elizabeth B on offense Brooke B passes to Emily B Lady Cards Emily, Jamie, Brooke and Shani prepare for Ami's throw Desiree, Brooke P and Clinton Cardinal coaches and bench cheering for smiling as their season ends a Cardinal free throw Danielle D takes the ball into Spartan territory
  21. 21. Page 21 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports News (continued) Space Center Cross Country 2010 Results All divisions for our Cross Country teams won District. Totally AWESOME 7th and 8th both boys and girls. Coaches Zapp and Chandler - Congratulations on a fabulous season! L to R: Nick M, Daniel S, Sean T, Daniel P
  22. 22. Page 22 Sync Up With Space Center Group picture of award where Space Center got all 1 st 7th grade girls team: Rebecca S won 1st place in District 7th grade girls. Front row: Sarah J, Rachel H, Mikala R, Taylor W and Rebecca S Back row: Katie S, Vanessa H, Ramya G, Allison P, and Ami A Sydney S, Coach Zapp, Kristen Z, Megan B,
  23. 23. Page 23 Sync Up With Space Center Space Center Track 2010 Schedule March 22 (Boys and Girls) Meet at Clear Springs HS March 24 (Girls) Meet at Clear Springs HS March 31 (Boys) Meet at Clear Lake HS March 31 (Girls) Meet at Clear Springs HS April 7 (Boys) Meet at Clear Lake HS April 7 (Girls) Meet at Clear Springs HS April 12 (Boys) Meet at Clear Brook HS April 14 (Girls) Meet at Clear Brook HS April 19 (Boys) SCIS hosts at Clear Lake HS April 21 (Girls) SCIS hosts at Clear Lake HS May 5-6 District Meet
  24. 24. Page 24 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports News (continued) Space Center Golf 2010 Schedule DATE TEAMS PLACE TIME COST GENDER DIRECTOR 3/09/10 1,4,5,7 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Female BIS 3/09/10 2,3,6,8,9 Magnolia 4:30 $10.00 Female CCIS 3/11/10 1,4,5,7 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Male BIS 3/11/10 2,3,6,8,9 Magnolia 4:30 $10.00 Male CCIS 3/23/10 2,3,5,6,9 Beacon Lakes 4:30 $10.00 Female LCI 3/23/10 1,4,7,8 Golfcrest 4:30 $10.00 Female SIS 3/25/10 2,3,5,6,9 Beacon Lakes 4:30 $10.00 Male LCI 3/25/10 1,4,7,8 Golfcrest 4:30 $10.00 Male SIS 3/30/10 1,3,5,8 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Female CLI 3/30/10 2,4,6,7,9 Bay Forest 4:30 $10.00 Female CIS 4/01/10 1,3,5,8 Golfcrest 4:30 $10.00 Male CLI 4/01/10 2,4,6,7,9 Bay Forest 4:30 $10.00 Male CIS 4/07/10 1,4,5,6 Golfcrest 4:30 $10.00 Female BIS 4/07/10 2,3,7,8,9 South Shore Harbour 4:30 $10.00 Female VLI 4/08/10 1,4,5,6 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Male BIS 4/08/10 2,3,7,8,9 South Shore Harbour 4:30 $10.00 Male VLI 4/13/10 2,3,7,8,9 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Female WIS 4/13/10 1,4,5,6 South Shore Harbour 4:30 $10.00 Female SCIS 4/15/10 2,3,7,8,9 Green Caye 4:30 $5.00 Male WIS 4/15/10 1,4,5,6 South Shore Harbour 4:30 $10.00 Male SCIS Hosted by High School 4/20/10 District Magnolia Creek 10:00 $23.00 Male Golf Coaches Hosted by High School 4/22/10 District South Shore Harbour 9:00 $10.00 Female Golf Coaches TEAMS 1- BIS 4- CSI 7- WIS 2-CCIS 5- LCIS 8- SIS 3- CLIS 6- SCIS 9- VLIS 2010 Boys Golf Team T. Arnold G. Curran J. Demasie M. Freudenburg G. Mitterlehner R. Mitterlehner C. Orosco K. Prochazka S. Strack W. Thompson R. Geisenger is on the practice squad
  25. 25. Page 25 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports News (continued) Space Center Tennis 2010 Schedule February 22 1st Official practice March 4 (Boys) WIS vs. SCIS Home Match March 4 (Girls) WIS vs. SCIS Away at Westbrook March 9 (Boys) SCIS vs. VLIS Away at Victory Lakes March 9 (Girls) SCIS vs. VLIS Home Match March 15-19 Spring Break March 23 No Match – Bye Week for Boys and Girls March 30 (Boys) SCIS vs. CIS, BIS Away at Creekside March 30 (Girls) SCIS vs. CIS, BIS Home Match April 8 (Boys) SCIS vs. LCIS, CLIS Home Match April 8 (Girls) SCIS vs. LCIS, CLIS Away at League City April 12 (Boys) SCIS vs. SIS, CCIS Away at Clear Creek April 12 (Girls) SCIS vs. SIS, CCIS Away at Seabrook April 19 (Boys and Girls) District Tournament Hosted by Brookside Intermediate April 20 (Boys and Girls) District Tournament Hosted by Brookside Intermediate District Tournament Hosted by Brookside Intermediate- April 19th & 20 th Coaches Meeting Thursday April 15th 1:00 Start Time: Sites TBA ? Host school is underlined and bold. ? Italicized/second school listed dismisses at 3:30 on Tri-Match days. ? Boys and Girls will play on same day but different sites. ? 8th graders will take the court first then rotate with 7 th graders each week following. ? 6 game matches for 1’s and 2’s ----- 4 game matches for 3 rd & 4 th doubles
  26. 26. Page 26 Sync Up With Space Center The Cardinal Sports News (continued) 2010 Lady Cardinal Tennis Team 7th Grade 8th Grade A. Akins S. Booker S. Berger A. Chang C. Gonzales C. Costello R. Lopez J. Fandry A. Nunez L. Hua A. Powell T. Klein K. Rosenbaum G. Lo M. Rulander K. Martinez T. Tanaya M. Rasmussen T. Weyland A. Schneider S. Schroder Managers: E. Leung and M. Rose 2010 Boys Tennis Team 7th Grade 8th Grade T. Beaver G. Arora C. Croskery S. Begala D. Lee J. Brownhill N. Pant C. Hampton A. Patel J. Madera J. Pawluszek M. Roberts P. Sanku S. Talalaparthy M. Suresh T. Wanigatunga Plus 3 more C. Zhang
  27. 27. Page 27 Sync Up With Space Center New School Boundaries Approved For Clear Creek ISD New_School_Boundaries_Approved_For_Clear_Creek_ISD.aspx January 26, 2010 - The Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees has approved attendance boundaries for the new Clear Falls High School and Bayside Intermediate as well as new boundaries to bal- ance the population at the District’s existing four comprehensive high schools. The Board also approved an implementation timeline for when these boundaries will go into effect. Approved Bayside Intermediate attendance boundaries will encompass Sandra Mossman Elementary and Stewart Elementary. Implementation: 2010-2011 with grades 6th-8th. Approved Clear Falls High School Attendance Boundaries will include all of Seabrook Intermediate, Bayside Intermediate and Hyde Elementary. Implementation: 2010-2011 with incoming freshmen and sophomores. Approved Clear Creek High School Attendance Boundaries include all students who live in the Parr Elementary zone. Implementation: 2010-2011 with incoming freshmen. All students currently attending Clear Springs High School will remain at Clear Springs High School. Approved Clear Lake High School Attendance Boundaries include all of Whitcomb Elementary. Implementation: 2011-2012 with incoming fresh- men. The students who live in the Whitcomb Elementary attendance zone, and currently attend Clear Brook High School, will remain at Clear Brook High School. In 2011-2012 school year, the incoming 9th grade students will attend Clear Lake High School.
  28. 28. Page 28 Sync Up With Space Center Approved Clear Lake High School Attendance Boundaries http:// www2.ccisd. net/ AboutCCISD/ Attendance- Zones/ Clear- Lake.aspx. IMPLEMENTATION TIMELINE Currently Attending: Clear Creek HS Clear Lake HS Clear Springs HS Clear Brook HS Mossman, Zoned for: Seabrook Int. Parr Whitcomb Stewart, Hyde Will Attend: Clear Falls HS Clear Falls HS Clear Creek HS Clear Lake HS Freshman, Freshman, 2010-2011 Freshman No Change Sophomore Sophomore Freshman, Freshman, Freshman, 2010-2012 Freshman Sophomore, Junior Sophomore, Junior Sophomore Freshman, Freshman, Freshman, Freshman, 2010-2013 Sophomore, Sophomore, Sophomore, Sophomore Junior, Senior Junior, Senior Junior Freshman, Freshman, 2010-2014 Fully Implemented Fully Implemented Sophomore, Sophomore, Junior Junior, Senior Freshman, Fully 2010-2015 Sophomore, Implemented Junior, Senior 2010-2016 Fully Implemented
  29. 29. Clear Creek Community Council of PTAS Space Center Intermediate School PTA Future Newsletter Deadlines: 17400 Saturn Lane, Houston, TX 77058 If you would like to submit an article for a Sync Up With Space Center future newsletter, please email the article to is published monthly by SCIS PTA. T.Q. Bui at Here are the tentative deadlines: 2009— 2010 Editor: Tu-Quynh (T.Q.) Bui 3/28 for April Issue 4/25 for May/June Issue Be sure to visit our SCI PTA website Be sure to visit our SCI PTA website for updates and information for updates and information throughout the school year! throughout the school year! Some Important Dates for the 2009-2010 School Year March Events April Events 3rd TAKS Writing 7th 1st PTA Meeting @ 12:15pm in Library 4th Math Benchmark 6th & 7th; Science Bench 8th 2nd Good Friday Holiday 4th 6th Grade Band Ensemble Contest @ SCIS (4- 6th TAKS Math 8th 7:30pm) 7th TAKS Reading 8th 5th Reading Bench 6th & 7th; SS Bench 8th 9th Orchestra’s UIL Concert and Sight-reading Philhar- 5th Orchestra’s Midnight Madness (4pm-Midnight) monic and Symphony 8th 6th Grade Band Rehearsal (4:15-5:15pm) 17th Fiesta Texas Trip for Advanced students 9th 6th Grade Band Rehearsal (4:15-6:15pm); Fund- 20th 5th Graders Meet the Orchestra @ 6:30pm in raiser Dinner (6:30pm); Spring Concert (7:30pm) Commons 11th PTA Board Meeting @ 12:15pm in Library 22nd Earth Day 11th PTA Regular Meeting @ 1pm in Commons 27th TAKS Math 6th & 7th 14th Daylight Savings Time Begins (spring forward) 28th TAKS Reading 6th & 7th 15-19 Spring Break 29th TAKS Science 8th; Science Bench 6th & 7th 23rd Band Booster Club Executive Board Meeting (1pm) 30th TAKS SS 8th 25th 7th/8th Grade Bands and Full Orchestra Pre-UIL Concert @ SCIS (7:30pm) May Events 26th Early Release Day 5th Career Day 27th 8th Grade Band San Antonio Trip to Fiesta Texas 19th Mark Wood Assembly for SCIS 29th Student Holiday/Teacher In-Service Day 22nd Rehearsal and Concert with Mark Wood 31st Orchestra’s UIL Concert and Sight-reading Cham- ber in Lake Jackson 31-1 Concert Band and Honors Band — UIL C&SR Con- cert @ McAdams JHS Best Wishes for a Happy Birthday go to… March: April: May: 2 – Donald McCandless 2 – Sheila Schubert 2 – Marc Wondergem 5 – Donna Pleasant 6 – Natasha Hargraves 3 – Lori Otto 17 – Roxanne Casas, Tessa Ross 13 – Julie Carnes 4 – Paula Herbert 20 – Pam Grimes 17 – Kelly Francis 7 – Lynn Carpenter 22 – Katherine Mays 8 – Lisa Dillon, Edelmira Mata 23 – Stephanie DeForke, Marsha 18 – Jenna Smith Johnson 19 – Rebecca Dahl 25 – Rhonda Fish 23 – Vilma Laraquente, Natalia Pizano 29 – Brad Hayes