Wildcat Web News 4.4.19

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4.4.19

Yesterday, four Creek choirs went to the annual UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest in Dickinson, competing at the Sub-Non-Varsity (freshmen), Non-varsity (JV), and Varsity levels. All four choirs received ones (Superior, the highest) ratings from all 6 judges: 3 judges in concert, and 3 judges in sight reading. As a result, we brought home four more Sweepstakes trophies to add to the decades-long tradition of UIL success in the Creek Choir program.

2nd Period Bel Canto (freshmen women) competing as a Sub-Non-Varsity Treble Choir (Park directs):

We are so proud of our Clear Creek kiddos! Please help us in congratulating them on their fine achievement!!!

James Park

 

¡BUENOS DIAS!   The Sueño Latino Club will meet this FRIDAY at 6:50 am in room B-119.    The Sueño Latino Club is open to all Spanish speakers, and there will be donuts for breakfast.  ¡GRACIAS!

Mrs. Michelle S. Wilson

 

 

The Theatre Department congratulates Bryce Strickland for being selected as the 2019 Master of Variables by the audience at the 3rd Annual CCISD Improv Show.  All five Creek participants demonstrated strong collaborative skills as they created hilarious scenes with their CCISD counterparts.

 

The Theatre Department invites you to attend the final performance of this year’s One Act Play, Watch on the Rhine, on Saturday night at 7:00 in the Auditorium.  This stirring drama set in 1940 tells the story of a family of refugees trying to escape the spread of fascism in Europe only to find that the conflict has followed them to America.  Admission to the performance is free.

 

The Theatre Department will be holding auditions for the Spring Coffee House variety show on April 9 & 10.  Auditions are open to all CCHS students for acts ranging from music to poetry to comedy to dance or anything else you can come up with.  Please sign-up for an Audition time outside of the Black Box.

 

Thanks!

 

Bradley Hewlett

 

Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team for their win over Dickinson Tuesday night. The  next District game will be at Alvin this Friday night,  JV at 5 and Varsity at 6:30. Come out and support your lady wildcats.

Andrea Cash

Announcement from Coach Zepeda:

The Varsity and JV Girls Track Team completed Day 1 of the 24-6A District Track Meet Championship yesterday which covered the Preliminary Running and Field Events.

For the Varsity Girls Field Events the following Events have qualified for the Area Track Meet: Your District Champion in the Pole Vault taking First Place and breaking her own Clear Creek High School record again jumping 12’ 3” is Olivia Lueking. Your District Champion in the Discus is Eliyah Ellis also taking Second Place in the Shot Put. Anna Reeves took Third Place in the Shot Put and Fourth Place in the Discus. Melissa Lemon took Fourth Place in the Triple Jump. Allie Cummings took Third Place in the 3200 Meter Run to qualify for the Area Track Meet. Congratulations to all Lady Wildcat Area Qualifiers. Also scoring in the Field was Kirsten Lockett-Bell taking Sixth Place in the Long Jump. Varsity Girls qualifying for the Finals tonight include: De’Azhia Smith in the 100 Meter Dash, Camryn Hopkins in the 400 Meter Dash, Olivia Lueking in the 300 Meter Hurdles, and Kirsten Lockett-Bell in the 200 Meter Dash.

For the Junior Varsity Girls Field Events: Abigail Sellers took 2nd Place in the Discus, Anaya McClarty took 3rd Place in the Shot Put and 6th in the Discus, Abby Doherty took 2nd Place in the Long Jump and 4th Place in the High Jump, and Rachel Passintino took 5th Place in the 3200 Meter Run. Qualifying for the Junior Varsity Finals tonight include: Favor Louis in the 100 Meter Dash, Kasey Klages in the 300 Meter Hurdles, and Emma Sanders, Anyia Jones Shankle, and Jada Williams in the 200 Meter Dash.

Come out and support your Lady Wildcats tonight at Challenger Columbia Stadium at 5PM for the 24-6A District Track Meet Championships!!!

Induction rehearsal for Spanish Honor Society has been rescheduled for Monday, April 8 at 2:40 in the auxiliary cafeteria.

You are required to attend one of the following  informational meetings  about becoming a member:

 

All newly accepted National Honor Society candidates

You are required to attend one of the following  informational meetings  about becoming a member:

This Friday April 5  before school at 7:00 am

or Monday April 8 right  after school at 2:35 pm

Meet in Rm D222 and be on time as we will be very brief.

Again, this meeting is mandatory so if you cannot make either one of these meetings, please stop by rm D222 to discuss info with Mrs. Slazer.

Seniors

Balfour will be on campus during all lunches to deliver Graduation Invitations on Friday 5 and on Monday

Theater will variety show on April 9 & 10.  Auditions are open to all CCHS students for acts ranging from music to poetry to comedy to dance or anything else you can come up with.  Please sign-up for an Audition time outside of the Black Box.Coffee HouseThe Theatre Department will be holding auditions for the Spring.

Juniors

Juniors taking the April 13 ACT, we have an ACT Prep class next Saturday, April 6.  Unless we get eight more registrations, this class will be cancelled.  Sign up today in E200 with Mrs. Watkins.  Cost is $75.

Juniors who are taking the May 4 SAT, we have an upcoming SAT Prep class on April 13th.  Cost is $75.  You may add in a practice test on April 20 for $15.  Register now to make the most out of your score!  See Mrs. Watkins in E200.

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