Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Clements Spirit Night. Come into the Sugar Land Chipotle on Wednesday, October 15th, from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Clements Spirit Night.
Senior Families! Have you learned about Project Graduation?
Held at the Main Event, this is a safe way for our seniors to celebrate their big day together!
To maximize the FUN, it takes a little FUNdraising!
Our second fundraising project is a Ranger2015 cookbook.
Currently we NEED NEED NEED recipes for our Senior Cookbook!
- Please go to www.typensave.com/get-started/ and add some of your family’s favorites!
- User name is Ranger2015: Password is celery482.
It will be nice to send your students off knowing they’ll have at least some of your favorite recipes on hand!
And they earn points towards raffle prizes! 1 point for 1-2 recipes, 2 points for 3 or more.
Oct. 6 – General Meeting 7pm, upstairs lecture hall CHS, please come :)
Oct. 15 – Chipotle Spirit Night at Town Center 4pm – 7pm (ProGrad earns 50%)
Oct. 25 – Car Wash – 9AM-2PM at Dr. Halford’s Office on Sweetwater, Come support us!
Twitter: CHS ProGrad 2015@chsprograd15
Facebook Group: Clements Prograd 2015
ProGrad 2015 Chairs: Deb Hernandez, Kelly Goldwait, Colleen McKeever
Cookbook Chair: Julia Saller
The Clements Band and Guard competed at the Friendswood Marching Invitational this past weekend and took home 2nd place against a lot of state level competitors from across the Houston area. Both in prelims and finals, they won outstanding music in prelims and finals and the judges said they have a great start to the season.
The Clements FFA show team worked very hard this weekend as they showed their animals at the Fort Bend County Fair! The shows were very competitive and all the exhibitors did an excellent job raising and showing their livestock projects. The results of each show are listed below:
Pen of three Rabbits:
Madison Kent placed 13th and made the Premium Auction
Breann Bacot placed 24th and made the Freezer Sale
Other participants were Travis Zarske, Riley Haggerton, and Hannah Patterson.
Pictured: Madison Kent
Will Mathis placed 5th in the medium weight AOB class
Travis Zarske placed 10th in the heavy weight AOB class
Pictured: Travis Zarske
Libby Wacha got 3rd place in class A with her Yorkshire
Marighney Hanzo placed 3rd in class B cross
Emma Hereford placed 1st in class A cross
Hannah Cole placed 9th in class C cross
Austin Begnaud placed 8th in class C cross
Will Mathis placed 1st in class C cross, got Grand Champion cross, and overall grand champion of the pig show!!
Pictured: Will Mathis
The lamb show took place on Tuesday night and we had one exhibitor in the race. Jason Goeke placed 15th in his class of heavy weight lambs. This class was extremely competitive and he did an excellent job raising and showing the lamb!
Pictured center: Jason Goeke
Congratulations to all of the exhibitors on a job well done! They have all worked very hard to get their animals ready for the show.
The Fort Bend ISD Police Department, Safe and Drug Free Schools Department, and the Fort Bend Community Prevention Coalition, will sponsor the Drug Enforcement Administration’s “National Drug Take Back Initiative” on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the parking lot at FBISD Mercer Stadium, 16403 Lexington Blvd. in Sugar Land. This event is an opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinet of old, expired or unwanted medicine. One purpose is to ensure that our youth don’t have access to prescription medications, which can lead to abuse and addiction. Another purpose is to have an environmentally safe way to dispose of medications rather than our water system. See you Saturday!