Wildcat Web News 1.24.17

Wynette Jameson, Publications Advisor

1.24.17

Wildcats, tell your best friends how much you appreciate them or let your boyfriend or girlfriend know what’s on your mind by purchasing a Valentine advertisement from the Newspaper, in color. Messages are customizable and start at $7.00. They will be available for purchase during all lunches today in the cafeteria but can also be purchased by dropping by room D136. Dare to show you care.

 

The Theatre & Choir Departments are excited to invite you to this year’s Musical performance of The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan. The Pirates of Penzance is one of the most beloved works by the British duo whose comedic operettas paved the way for the performance genre that would eventually come to be known as Musical Theatre. The plot follows a love story between an unwilling pirate and the daughter of a British Major General. It is filled with catchy songs, fake mustaches and farcical plot twists. After missing out on a Musical last year, it has been incredibly rewarding bringing back this opportunity for our students as we continue to adapt to the ongoing construction process. We truly have some incredible singers and performers on this campus, and the Theatre & Choir students have learned a great deal from sharing a common performance goal. The Pirates of Penzanceperforms on February 3-4 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $7 for Adults and $5 for Students & Seniors. Tickets will be available for purchase at the front desk starting Monday, January 30th.

The Cast & Crew is as follows:

Major-General Stanley……Zach Hoover

Pirate King……Asiel VelascoSamuel (Pirate Lieutenant)……Brandon Falknor

Frederic (Act 1)……Justin Pollio Frederic (Act 2)……Travis Falknor Sergeant of Police……Brady RaboinRuth……
Zoie Ellis Mabel (Act 1)……
Skyla Sonnenburg
Mabel (Act 2)……Sophia Sledge Edith……Mia Carter
Kate……Victoria BlackburnIsabel……Sutton AndersonLizabeth……Kat Velasco
Pirates
David Hieger Fatinah Al-hmoud Jordan Sapp Anya Golovko Shelby Pyle Mark Kostjuhn Mrs. Perry Johnson Mr. Jamey Majewski
Police
Yadir Velasquez Ally Decker Margherita Cardani Aislyn Gonzalez Rodney Long
Crew
Stage Manager…..Ashlyn Carter Lights…..Holly Hough
Sound Assistant…..Alex Palmer Publicity…..Micah Smith & Josiah Resendez
Props…..
Madelyn Gonzales
Fly…..
Taylor Bassett, Nevin Ellis, Nick Rodriguez & Blaze Garcia
Grips…..
Tony Decos, Frank Grizzaffi, Kiesrsten Barbaria, Ashley Levine & Hunter Junco
Costumes…..
Lillian Rose Welborn
Scenic Construction…..Technical Theatre 2-4 Students
It is the very model of a modern Wildcat Musical.

 

Wednesday, January 25, is Project Graduation Night at Raising Cane’s. Raising Cane’s will donate 15 cents to Project Graduation for every dollar spent between 3 and 9 that day on dine-in orders, carry-out orders, drive-thru orders, and merchandise sales when you tell the cashier that you are there to support Clear Creek Project Graduation. So please come enjoy some of the best chicken fingers in League City and help support Project Graduation at Raising Cane’s on League City Parkway on Wednesday, January 25, from 3 to 9 PM

 

Clear Creek baseball will be hosting tryouts next Friday and Saturday, the 27th and 28th of January. Register for tryouts in Coach Webb’s room in C116 between classes.

 

Announcing the Clear Creek Education Foundation 11th Annual Fashion Show applications are available The Clear Creek Education Foundation is seeking high school juniors, both male and female, that represent all that is positive about CCISD to participate as models during the 11th Annual CCEF Fashion Show on Sunday, April 2, 2017 at Mercedes Benz of Clear Lake. The show is being produced by Lenny Matuszewski, Jr., nationally known fashion show producer and will feature fashions from Dillard’s – Baybrook. Applications are only available online in the “Events” section at: www.clearcreekeducationfoundation.org or directly at this link: http://www.clearcreekeducationfoundation.org/fashion-show/ They are to be submitted no later than Thursday, February 9, 2017 by midnight. For further information on the Fashion Show, contact Kaci Hanson, CCEF Executive Director at 281.284.0031 or via email [email protected]

 

ATTENTION: SENIOR WOMEN… PLEASE JOIN THE CLEAR LAKE AREA PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION FOR THE2017 INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON SORORITY RECRUITMENT
Location: Bay Oaks Country Club 14545 Bay Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX 77059
When: Sunday, February 19, 2017 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
If you have any questions regarding this event or the recruitment process, please contact: Mary Payne,Recruitment Chairman-(281) 797-1138/ [email protected], and
Tish Wright, Recruitment
CoChairman(832)-721-5521
[email protected] Clear Lake Panhellenic Website:www.clearlakepanhel.org Neither this organization nor this event is sponsored, endorsed or otherwise affiliated with Clear Creek ISD.

 

Seniors… Check Naviance for updated Scholarships, CCHS Band Booster and the CCHS PTSA are now available.

 

The National Technical Honor Society will have a meeting on Monday, January 30 at 2:45 in the Library.

 

Attention AP Students 
The window for students to register for AP Exams will be opening in late February. Regular AP exams will cost $93 each (AP Capstone is $141), but students identified as economically disadvantaged will receive a discounted price.Students must already be identified as eligible to receive free and reduced pricing for meals in order to receive this discount at the time of registration.
If you believe you may qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch but are not currently identified, we encourage you to apply now. Should you wait until the registration window opens, there may not be enough time for the application to be processed.
More information about qualifying for Meal Benefits at the following link.http://www.ccisd.net/departments/child_nutrition_services/meal_benefits/

 

KNITTERS AND STITCHERS…
BRING YOUR PROJECTS TO THE LIBRARY.
When? All lunches every Thursday.
Experienced or new learners

 

Student Council is raising money to help support Donate Life. This organization helps support those who have received, given, or are waiting for organ transplants. Our goal is to raise $1000.00 and we would like the student body to help us out.  You can do this by donating any loose change that you may have to your 3rd period class.  The 3rd Period class with the most money collected gets a pizza party courtesy of StuCo. Thank you all for your help and support.
Peace, Love, StuCo

 

Attention sophomores and juniors: 
If you have a 4.5 GPA or higher, you may be eligible to join the National Honor Society. Besides high grades, membership in NHS requires participation in school organizations, volunteering in the community and demonstrating good character both in the classroom and outside of school. If you are interested in joining this prestigious organization, please see Mrs. Slazer in D222 to pick up an application.

Donate loose change to DONATE a LIFE Texas from Jan 9th through February 6th and win a pizza party. Cups are located in each classroom.