Wednesday, April 19, 2017
CCISD Parent Survey: It is that time of year again when CCISD would like to know your opinion! Please complete the CCISD Parent Climate Survey at the following link:
The survey is very important because it lets us know your opinion and how we can serve you and our students better. Please complete the survey by THIS Friday, April 21, 2017.
Water Challenge: The UNICEF club is urging everyone to participate in our Water Challenge Fundraiser! All donation proceedings will be used to fund a new water project in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Rwanda or Uganda, and then The Water Project will post pictures and GPS coordinates of the project you helped build! Starting this week until the end of April, there will be 4 large water jugs placed in the front office, each pertaining to the different grade levels. You can drop off your change to help those in need! The grade level that has the most amount of money at the end wins; but there’s a twist! You can “bomb” the other classes by putting paper currency in their jug. The amount of paper currency will then be subtracted from their coin total. The prize? Your grade level will get to completely drench teachers of their choosing with water balloons! So, set your sites on a target, and donate!
Reach: Reach is a Christian club for everyone. We will be meeting TODAY Wednesday, April 19 after school from 3:30 – 4:30 in Mrs. Allen’s room. Join us for food, fun, and fellowship! Reach is not sponsored by CCISD or Clear Horizons.
Parent Information Night: Are you curious about next year? Come to our “What To Expect Next Year” Parent Information Night, TOMORROW Thursday, April 20, at 7:00 PM right here in our very own Building 9!! We will have sessions discussing grades 10, 11 and 12 at Horizons and what to expect for the coming year. You don’t want to miss it!!
Booster Club Meeting: We will have a general Booster Club meeting just before the Parent night – come on our and enjoy the meeting!
Senior San Jacinto Monument Service Learning Trip: The senior Class will be taking a service learning trip to the San Jacinto Monument Friday, April 21. Students should have the following for the trip: Clear Horizons t-shirt, close-toed shoes, dress for the weather (could be warm) NO short shorts, hats or hair securing devices, and sunscreen. We will be outdoors the entire time so you may want to bring plenty of water and a snack
Spanish Club: Join Spanish Club Monday April 24 in Maldonado’s room from 3:30-4:30 for nachos and Spanish Fiesta planning.
Spanish Club Shirts: Spanish Club shirts have arrived! If you pre-ordered a shirt, pick them up from Ms. Maldonado before or after school anytime this week. If you would like to purchase a shirt, there are a few extras available for $15 each. Bring cash or check to Maldonado before or after school to get a shirt.
Health and Career Fair: Vy Tran and the Clear Horizons student council will be hosting a Health and Career Fair at McWhirter Elementary April 27, 2017 from 5:30-6:30. This fair is sponsored by the Clear Creek Education Foundation Student Innovative Grant Program. You are invited to come and participate in health screenings, receive mental health information, talk to students about career choice, and watch elementary students learn about dental health, exercise, and healthy eating. Hope to see you there!
Student Laptop Verification: All students, whether you have a district-provided device or not, need to complete the online Laptop Verification survey. This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. A link has been added to ItsLearning for students to access the mandatory online form. Or, students can access it via this link. All students must complete the online verification form by Friday, April 28.
Car Wash: Clear Horizons Class of 2017 is having a Car Wash Saturday, April 29, from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM at Riley’s Donuts, 1113 Clear Lake City Blvd. Come grab a donut while the seniors wash your car! All donations accepted.
SJC Exam Week: San Jacinto College Exam Week will take place May 8 – May 12. Please check the SJC Exam Schedule and speak with your professor for details on your exam.
Amazon Smile! The Clear Horizons Booster Club is now on Amazon Smile! Simply follow this link https://smile.amazon.com/ch/26-3510958 and you will be donating to the Clear Horizons Booster Club!! The link looks like a generic CCISD identification, but it is really for the Clear Horizons Boosters!
NHS Table Tutors: Would you like to have a free tutor who has successfully navigated the Horizons workload? Come to the BQR on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to get immediate help, schedule an after school tutoring session (held in a high school teacher's classroom), or to find out more about secrets of success at Horizons. These friendly experienced tutors will be stationed at a table near check-in between 1:15 -1:45 pm. What a great resource - but only if you use it!
Late Bus: Clear Horizons provides a late bus that runs every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:45 PM. The late bus will be in front of our school by 4:45 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday and typically departs within 10 minutes. The late bus will drop off in two locations: The East side of 45 at Clear Creek High School and on the West side of 45 at Brookside Intermediate. Students who are planning on riding the late bus must request a pass from the office. The request must be made for official business only (ie tutorials, a rehearsal, detention, etc.). A bus pass must be picked up before 1:00 p.m. on the day you want to ride (Tuesday or Thursday). No bus passes will be issued after lunch. If you do not have a pass you will not be allowed to ride the bus. If no one has picked up a late bus pass, the bus will be cancelled. Students, make sure that your parent/guardian knows that you are staying late and catching the late bus. The front office closes at 4:00 p.m. When signing up for pass students must include the following:
1) Purpose – Why are you staying late?
2) Location from 3:30 – 5:00 – Where will you be?
3) Parent Permission – Did you let your parent know you were staying late?
The reason we must have this information is so that we can find you in case of an emergency.
Service Learning Opportunities:
CLCE Family Fun Night: Clear Lake City Elementary PTA will be hosting a Family Fun Night Friday, April 21, and needs volunteers to help with various game booths, the food lines, a silent auction, ticket sales, etc. Two shifts are available; 4:30 – 7:00 PM and 7:00 – 9:00 PM. Volunteers can sign up for either or both shifts!! To sign up, go to the following:
Weber Carnival: Weber Elementary School is having a Carnival on April 22, and are in need of volunteers to work game booths and monitor the inflatables. A sign up genius has been created for this event. Reminders will be sent out as we get closer to the date. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4cacab2fa2ff2-weber/
Devour With Power 5K Fun Run: Tiger’s Den Martial Arts will hold The Devour With Power 5K Fun, benefitting Bay Area Turning Point, Saturday, April 22. They are asking for the following volunteers to work:
- 4 people 16 or older for water station duty 6-9:30
- 15 people 18 yrs or older for traffic control 6-9:30
- 20 people needed for tear down 9:30-10:30
Sign up at the following link: https://runsignup.com/Race/Volunteer/TX/Seabrook/DevourwithPowerRace
The Crossings Fish Fry: Twenty students are needed to volunteer at The Crossings Fish Fry on Sunday, April 30 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Students will be involved in setting up, including decorating, bringing in auction items, plating food to serve guests, fill beverages, and clear up plates. The location is 255 N. Egret Bay Blvd. in League City. Students should comply with school dress code or you may be asked to leave. If you are interested, please email Mrs. Nylen at firstname.lastname@example.org with a phone number and email address.
Whitcomb Elementary Art Night: Whitcomb Elementary is looking for approximately 28 volunteers for our annual Art Night Thursday, MAY 4, 2017, beginning at 5:30 for 2 service hours. Volunteers will assist teachers in setting up art activities as well as assist students with their projects as needed. Please have any interested students send an email to email@example.com .
PTA President’s Dinner: Fun volunteer opportunity! 50’s themed dinner with Elvis! CCCC of PTAs President’s Dinner: seeking volunteers on Thursday, May 11th to assist with table decorations/room setup, check in, meal service, and cleanup. Opportunity to earn 1-6 hours. Sign up here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c44a9aa2ea5fd0-cccc
Webster After School Program: The City of Webster's After School Program is looking for volunteers to help 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders with homework, computer projects, and to assist with interactive games. Volunteers are needed from 3:45-6:00 pm every weekday. Please contact Bryan Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org with the day or days you would be able to volunteer.
April 20: Parent Information Night – What to Expect Next Year
April 21: Srs to San Jac Monunment
April 21: Due Date for Student Council Officer election videos
April 22: Clear Horizons TSIA Day
April 22: Prom
April 26: High School Late Arrival Day (Clear Horizons does not participate)
April 27: 4 Year Superintendent Scholar Dinner
April 28: Sr Grad Walk
April 29: Sr Car Wash