Wildcat Web News 4.8.19

Wynette Jameson, Publications Advisor




The April print edition of the HiLifewill be available today during third period. It will be in every pod, the library and the cafeteria. You may also come by D-136 to pick one up. Check out the amazing photos and brilliant stories that are brought to you by the first place journalism team in District 24 6A. Please support our advertisers as we would not be able to bring you the news without them.


Wynette Jameson


Love to dance and perform? Color guarddances with the marching band at football games and events throughout the fall! Auditions are next week from 5-7pm in Gym 3. More information can be found by searching Creek Guard on Instagram or asking a current member.

Heather Hyde Wargo


Attention all newly accepted National Honor Societymembers:  Please attend a brief informational meeting TODAY at 2:35.  Please be on time!  This meeting is mandatory so if you cannot make it please make arrangements to come by during tutorials on Tuesday to receive this information.


Meet in 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 D222 to discuss info with Mrs. Slazer.



Mary Jean Slazer


If interested in becoming a class officer for the 2019-2020 year, please come to B100 to pick up an application today. More information coming soon. All applications must be returned back to the B-100 office no later than April 30.


Thank you!


Stacy Howell


The Clear Creek Varsity tennis team competed at District last Thursday and Friday. Here are the regional qualifiers.

Carter Crookston advanced in dominating fashion as he is your boys singles district champion.

Griffin Baillargeon and Alejandra Lopez placed 2nd in mixed doubles and will be moving on to regionals.

Reagan Canales and Mary Tacorda placed 3rd after a close loss in the semifinals and will be regional alternates.

Great season to all of our players that competed all season and good luck to the teams and players that have advanced.


Coach Geise


Varsity Chamber Orchestra performed in UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contestthis past Friday and earned another Sweepstakes trophy for our school. They played with passion and energy and I could not be more proud of their level of musicianship!  The judges were struck by their musicality both in their stage performance and in sight-reading.


Katherine Dupere