Wildcat Web News 12.14.18

Wynette Jameson, Publications Advisor

Photos by Eric Soto

Just around campus


Attention Seniors.  The January 1 deadline for many college applications is quickly approaching.  If you are needing a transcript sent to an institution, you need to make your request in Naviance BEFORE Friday, December 21.   You need to keep in mind that our campus will be closed for the entire Winter Break and we will not be able to send out transcripts until January 8.  Any transcript requests made on Friday, December 21 through Monday, January 7 will not be processed until Tuesday, January 8.  Get on Naviance today and request your transcripts.





Our Lady Wildcat Basketball teams went 4-0 for the sweep of Clear Brook on Tuesday.

Great job ladies.

Lauren Sinclair led our Varsity team with 7 points and 10 rebounds.  Kyndal Johnson had 9 points and 6 steals.  Macie Illyes added 9 points and Ana Rodriguez had 8 points.

The Wildcats will be at Dickinson on Friday then back at home next Tuesday night so please come out and watch the girls play.

Coach Odom


The League of Extraordinary Improvisers will be giving their final performance of 2018 this Saturday at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium.  Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door.  Come join us for a night of unscripted comedy!

Brad Hewlitt


Attention Dual Credit students.  Today is your last day to register for Dual Credit for the spring semester at the west side Learning Annex.  Please make sure you have picked up your copy of your registration form from the Counseling Center.  If you are unable to make it to the Learning Annex today, please see Mr. Alexander in the Counseling Center or at the Counselor Corner during all lunches.  You will not be able to register after Friday, December 14th.  If you are not registered by the 14th, your Dual Credit courses for the Spring Semester will be dropped from your schedule.  No late registrations will be accepted.




According to the most recent report from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, In Texas there were 29,615 persons homeless in 2013, meaning that approximately 12 out of every 10,000 persons in Texas are homeless. And in the Houston area, the most recent statistics indicate that more than 6,300 people are without a home on any given night.  As the weather gets cooler, the need for warmth and comfort grow stronger.

The Clear Creek High School PALS organization has teamed up with The Delta Kappa Gamma Organization to “Sock Out the Cold” by Creating a “CCHS Sock Market”.

From Wednesday, December 5- Wednesday December 18, Students, faculty and staff are asked to donate new socks for people ages 10-99 in any of the boxes in the downstairs pods and at the end of the contest the school that collects the most socks will be presented with a trophy and bragging


Don’t forget to donate socks to any downstairs pod! When we asked the homeless shelters what they needed most their response was “Sometimes a clean pair of socks is better than getting a hot meal.”

Please donate socks so we can beat out Springs, Lake and Falls in this year’s charity drive.

Ask Ms. Watson, Ms. Bryan or Ms. Graham if you have any questions.



Balfour will be on campus in the cafeteria during all lunches on Monday & Tuesday, December 17 & 18 to distribute class rings.