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  1. 1. 2/21/2012
  3. 3. Dine-in or carryout at CICI’S PIZZA @ the FORUM !Mention you are with Clemens project grad. and drop your receipt in the Clemens bucket!
  4. 4. Malcolm XMalcolm X, 1925–65, militant black leader in the United States, also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, b. Malcolm Little in Omaha, Neb. He was introduced to theBlack Muslims while serving a prison term and became a Muslim minister upon hisrelease in 1952. He quickly became very prominent in the movement with afollowing perhaps equaling that of its leader, Elijah Muhammad. In 1963, Malcolmwas suspended by Elijah after a speech in which Malcolm suggested that PresidentKennedys assassination was a matter of the “chickens coming home to roost.” Hethen formed a rival organization of his own, the Muslim Mosque, Inc. In 1964, aftera pilgrimage to Mecca, he announced his conversion to orthodox Islam and his newbelief that there could be brotherhood between black and white. In his Organizationof Afro-American Unity, formed after his return, the tone was still that of militantblack nationalism but no longer of separation. In Feb., 1965, he was shot and killedin a public auditorium in New York City. His assassins were vaguely identified asBlack Muslims, but this is a matter of controversy.
  5. 5. Girls softball is selling popcorn Gourmet Caramel corn Try all six fresh, delicious flavors!Chicago style, A unique blend of sweet & buttery caramel corn combined with the finest cheddar cheese popcorn! 16oz.Buttery Caramel, A sweet, buttery caramel eating sensation! 22ozChocolatey Delight, A chocolate lover’s dream- buttery caramel corn drizzled with white and milk chocolate. 24 oz.Cherry Delight, Loads of sweet dried cherries & marachino flavor for a twist to our delicious chocolatey delight. 22oz.Mint Delight, A rich flavorful mint base topped with rich chocolatey drizzle. 22oz.Peanut Butter Delight, Bathed in caramel and gently glazed with chocolatey creamy$16.0For a pound or peanut butter drizzle. 22oz. Place your order with a Girls Softball player or more Coach Zimmermann
  6. 6. Awesome bags and muchmore. Iphone and ipodcovers, duffle BAGS AND STUFFbags, cosmetic bags andpurses, laptop and kindlecovers, garment bags andmuch more. See any BPAmember or Mrs. Dove inE204 to check out thecatalog and get moredetails.
  7. 7. Pennies for Patients• HOSA is collecting pennies for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help in the fight against blood cancers.• Look for the box on your teachers desk or in the front office• Every penny counts
  8. 8. KEY CHAINS• HOSA is selling key chains –gold or silver• Cost $3 Look for any HOSA member for yours.
  9. 9. ANY SENIOR- we have extra shirts!!Come by room B203 to pick one up Cost is $15
  10. 10. Catch the next homegame action TONIGHTagainst the SteeleKnights
  11. 11. Clemens National Honor SocietyThe Clemens National Honor Society Will Meet this THURSDAY, Feb 23rd Before and After School in D-103 Important Community Service Info
  12. 12. Clemens Girls Varsity Soccer•The Varsity Girls finished with a 0-0 draw against Dripping Springs on Saturday improving their overall record to 10-3-1 and a district record of 1-0-1!!! • Natalie Nielsen had 3 saves •Come out and support your Lady Buffs!
  13. 13. Clemens Girls Varsity Soccer •The Varsity Soccer Girls will take on Wimberley on Tuesday, February 21st at Wimberley!!•Varsity- 7:30 •Come out and support your
  14. 14. RELAY FOR LIFE IS COMING UP! Stop by B213 and ask for more information from Mrs. Collier! There will be a sign-up sheet available during 4th and 5th lunches this Thursday and Friday at room B213! Relay for Life is a great way to make new friends and raise money and awareness for a GREAT benefit. Let’s Relay, Buffs!
  15. 15. 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.
  16. 16. PALS is collecting donations for the Animal Shelter. The shelter is accepting the following items. Dry food(Kitten and puppy) Collars (all sizes) Can food (dog, puppy, cat and kitten) Leashes Chew Toys (rawhide) Treats Cat Litter Shelter Donations Bleach, Gloves, Trash Bags, Paper P=Towels, Copy Paper and PensPlease help the PALs in collecting these donations. We will be taking them the month of February. Bring all donations to E204.
  17. 17. April 9th @ 5:00 pm in the Beard Gym New this year-All players must be eligible
  18. 18. SENIOR CALENDAR INPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER 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) May 8 Powder puff Volleyball game May 14 Honor’s Night – Auditorium 7:00 p.m.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.
  19. 19. Ladies. Attention Seniors... Thinking about PromIf you need assistance already? Need a Dress?purchasing a Finances tight?Cap & Gown, Weve got the help youplease submit a request at need!!! There is anthe Counseling office to visit organization that haswith Ms. Martinez collected gently used prombefore Feb. 27th. dresses. For additional information, please submit a request to see Ms. Martinez at the counseling office.
  20. 20. Please direct anyquestions aboutregistration to:Mr. Dan Ochoa,Dean of UIWPreparatoryPrograms210) 829-2707ochoad@uiwtx.eduMs. Stella Mallard,Assistant to Dean ofUIW PreparatoryPrograms (210)
  21. 21. Guadalupe County Aggie Mom’s Club Scholarship Application available atwww.guadalupecountyaggiemoms.orgDeadline: must be postmarked on or before March 31, 2012
  22. 22. 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
  24. 24. 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 to apply is April 20, 2012
  25. 25. 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
  26. 26. BAKE SALE! COME THURSDAY TO A HALLWAY (Chocolate Chip, M &M, Sugar and Oatmeal Raisin)
  27. 27. 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!