Daily News for Thursday, October 19, 2017

Daily News for Thursday, October 19, 2017
Posted on 10/19/2017

Thursday, October 19, 2017

 

Laptops:  This Friday, October 20, the CCISD Tech team will be back to work on all laptops to ensure they are properly aligned.  All students should bring the CCISD laptop to school Friday to be serviced.

 

BPA Pet Food Drive: BPA is sponsoring a pet food drive until this Friday, October 20.  Boxes are in advisory classes to collect pet food for aniMeals on Wheels, an organization who provides food for senior citizens' pets.  The advisory who collects the largest amount of food by percentage will receive an ice cream party sponsored by Business Professionals of America.  Please help with this worthwhile cause!

 

Medical Club:  The first Medical Club Meeting is TODAY Thursday, October 19, at 3:30 pm in the BQR.  Students interested in Medical Club should plan to attend this meeting as important information will be discussed.  Students are welcome to attend even if they did not have a chance to sign up at the social.  Food will be provided.  Hope to see you there!

 

Theater Club:  The Theatre Club will be meeting in room S9-108 TODAY Thursday, October 19, from 3:30 – 4:30.

 

Late Arrival Day: Wednesday, October 25, is a CCISD High School Late Arrival Day.  There will be no morning neighborhood buses available due to CCISD High School Late Arrival. Clear Horizons buses will still run from the 5 zoned high schools (a shuttle does not run from Clear View High School on Late Arrival Days).  Clear Horizons does not participate in Late Arrival Days, therefore all Clear Horizons students are required to attend all classes on that day.

 

Junior Service Learning Trip:  The Junior Class will be taking a service learning trip to Galveston State Park Friday, October 27.  Students should have the following for the trip:  Clear Horizons t-shirt, close-toed shoes, hats or hair securing devices, sunscreen, and a change of clothing in case you get wet, dress for the weather (could be chilly – wear layers) NO short shorts.  We will be outdoors the entire time so you may want to bring plenty of water and a snack.

 

Yearbooks:  Yearbooks are on sale now!  Order online at balfour.com or pay cash/check PAYABLE to CHECHS to Mrs. Hampton in 9.268.  Cost is $30 until 12/31/17.  Price is $35 from January 1 – April 30.  From May 1st until books sell out, books cost $40.  Order yours today!

 

Service Learning Recognition:  Attention all Coyotes:  If you have participated in service learning or community service in the past year, you are eligible to apply for the 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.  Students interested in applying for this prestigious award can pick up a flyer from Ms. Kahlich in 9.107. Deadline for the online application is November 7, 2017.  An honoree and two runners-up will be chosen based on initiative, effort, impact, and personal growth. The honoree becomes eligible for a $1,000 state award, $5,000 national award and free trip to Washington D. C.   Please consider applying!!!!!  

 

Yearbook Club:  Yearbook Club meets the first and third Tuesdays each month. The next meetings are Tuesday, November 14, and 28 (since there is no school on 11/7 and Thanksgiving Break is 11/21).

 

Thanksgiving Holiday:  CCISD will observe the Thanksgiving holiday the entire week of November 20.  San Jacinto College will still hold classes Monday, November 20, and Tuesday, November 21.  Students are still expected to attend SJC classes these two days.  CCISD transportation will not be provided because of the CCISD holiday, therefore students must make arrangements for their own transportation those two days.

 

Service Learning:  The absolute final due date for all Service Learning hours to be submitted is:

March 29 – All Service Learning Hours (at least 20 hours) must be turned in by this date.

 

As service learning is a key aspect of our mission at Clear Horizons, students who do not meet the 20 hour requirement will meet with Clear Horizons administration to explain the deficit.  Students who refuse to meet the requirement will be returned to their zoned campus.

 

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 3:30p.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.

 

Dress Code:  Clear Horizons follows the CCISD dress code.  The student dress code can be found on our website under the “For Parents” tab or the “For Students” tab. 

http://chechs.ccisd.net/UserFiles/Servers/Server_655841/File/Student%20Dress%20Code.pdf

 

Driving your own vehicle to school?  All students who drive and park on campus must register with SJC for a parking permit.  Beginning this school year, all students who drive to school must also register their vehicles with the Clear Horizons office.  Please stop by the office to get a copy of the Clear Horizons Parking Regulations and a Clear Horizons Vehicle Registration Form.

 

 

Service Learning Opportunities:

 

Children’s Health and Safety Fair:  Marathon is sponsoring a booth at the Children’s Health & Safety Fair Saturday, October 21, from 12-3pm at the Doyle Center in Texas City.  We’ll need help with set up and tear down and managing the booth (putting helmets on the kids, prepping helmets, walking the course with the kids and explaining bike safety).  To volunteer contact Natalie Zelaya at nzelaya@marathonpetroleum.com.

 

Baywind Village Halloween Carnival:  It’s time for Baywind Village’s annual Halloween Carnival.  For the past 20 years we have had wonderful volunteers and plenty of candy donations.  This is a great opportunity for students needing volunteer opportunities to help our community and
receive up to 4 1/2 volunteer hours.

We need volunteers to: set up stations, run food booths, run game booths & inflatable's, help residents hand out candy, and clean up.

The booths include Face Painting, Ping Pong Toss, Moon Walk, Inflatable slide, Duck Pond, Duck Race, Bean Bag toss, Water Gun Shooting & Prize Table.  We also will need help getting our residents in costume before the event. The shifts are:  11 am—1:30 pm, 1:30 pm - 3 pm, 3 pm - 4:30 pm.  If you can help, please sign up with the activity department by emailing activities@baywindvillagecare.netWe plan to host approximately 300 children from our community.  The carnival will be from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 29, 2017.  Inclement weather will bring the carnival indoors.

 

 

Trunk or Treat:  Clear Lake Methodist Church is sponsoring a "Trunk or Treat" Tuesday, October 31, from 6:00-7:30 p.m.  Students should arrive with their cars at 5:00 p.m..  Please bring bags of candy, but two bags will be provided.  In order to register your car, please sign up at http://clearlakemethodist.org/trunk . Students will receive proof of participation.

 

Whitcomb Elementary Fall Festival:  The Whitcomb Elementary Fall Festival is coming soon. We are looking for volunteers for Friday, November 3, from 4-6 to help set up and on Saturday November 4 from 12-4 to help with games and concessions. Please email Kerriann Kievit at whitcombpta1vp@gmail.com if you would like to earn service hours while having fun. Service hour letters will be given to you when you sign out for your shift(s).

 

 

Upcoming Events:

 

October 19: Report Cards Posted

October 25: HS Late Arrival Day (Clear Horizons does not participate; Classes begin 8:00 AM)

October 27: Junior Service Learning Trip (Galveston State Park)

November 3: Sophomore Service Learning Trip to Armand Bayou Nature Center

November 3: STUCO Fall Celebration 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

November 4: CCEF Gala

November 7: CCISD Student Holiday (SJC Classes still meet)

November 9: Progress Reports Posted

November 9: Parent Information Night (SJC SOS, BlackBoard, etc.)

November 10: “B” Day Friday

November 10: Senior Service Learning Trip to Hermann Park

November 15: HS Late Arrival Day (Clear Horizons does not participate; Classes begin 8:00 AM)

November 17: Fall Field Day

November 20-24: CCISD Thanksgiving Holiday

November 20-21: SJC Classes meet (no CCISD transportation)

December 1: Senior Pie Day

December 7: Progress Reports Posted

December 11-15: SJC Final Exam Week

December 16: SJC Winter Commencement

December 18-22: CCISD Semester Exam Week

December 22: Early Dismissal (Buses depart at 10:30 a.m.)