Wildcat Web News 2/6/2020

Wynette Jameson, Publications Advisor

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2/6/2020

 

make-up meeting for those interested in joining the National Honor Society will be held tomorrow (Thursday) at 6:55 in room D222.  This is how you will pick up an application and review the guidelines on the application process.

 

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Bring your lunch and research scholarships with Mrs. Herd

in the Career Center during your lunch period on Thursday, February 6.

-Mrs. Herd

College & Career Specialist

 

Calling all juniors – are you ready to take the SAT in March?  Sign up for a Prep Class on February 22nd to learn tips and tricks and get prepared!  Cost is $75 and is payable in C200.  Register by Feb 14 to reserve your spot!

 

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The starbooks and trivia time clubs are sponsoring a book drive for prisoners to enhance education, awareness, and literacy. Please consider donating gently used paperback books through February 14th. Book donations can be dropped off in the library or at the front of any pod.

 

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Congratulations to the Creek Cheer program as they were once again crowned champions at the National Cheerleaders Association High School Nationals competition in Dallas this past Sunday.

Creek took home the top prize in the Small Novice Varsity division, competing with just 11 girls on the mat and earning the top score against 42 squads from all over the country. Sunday’s win marks a return to the winner’s circle for Creek as they also took home national titles in 2018 and 2019.

In addition to taking home the national championship, the Wildcats won Best Use of Tumbling Awards in the Small Novice division and Best Use of Props in the Game Day division. The Wildcats also finished 1st in cheer, 2nd in band dance and 5th in fight song to claim an overall 2nd place finish in the Novice Junior/Freshman Game Day division.

Again, congratulations to Creek Cheer!

-Mrs. Mosley

Varsity Cheer Coach

 

It was a good weekend for our younger group of Wildcat Debaters.

Freshman – Jamie Belue placed 6th in Humorous Interpretation, he is just the second novice from Clear Creek this year to receive points towards his state qualification.

Sophomore Anyia Jones-Shankle and Junior Jada Williams place 5th in Duet Acting and place 2nd and 5th respectively in Poetry Interpretation.

Sophomores Farden Khan and Kabir Bajaj were both semi-finalists in Novice Extemp placing in the top 15 in a field of 60.

Farden was also a quarterfinalist in Novice Lincoln Douglas Debate as well.

Sincerely,

Mr. Darby

Head Speech and Debate Coach