Parking permits will be sold——
- Applications will be available in the front office beginning July 28th .
- Regular and Reserved Permits will be sold on the following dates:
Date Time Location
August 7 8:00 – 11:00 Attendance Office Sr Only
August 8 12:00 – 3:00 Attendance Office Sr Only
August 11 8:00 – 11:00 Attendance Office Jr and Sr
August 12 12:00 – 3:00 Attendance Office Jr and Sr
August 26 – 28 11:00 – 12:45 Permits sold during lunch
on the stage
NEW RANGERS…You can register for Ranger Camp by going to… www.chsrangercamp.wordpress.com
CHS is looking for an inspiring Spanish teacher who can also lead our World Languages Department Head. Please see the link below and feel free to contact Principal David Yaffie directly via email or at 281-634-2152.
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Global Studies Academy update
A parent meeting was held at Clements High School regarding the Global Studies Academy on Tuesday, June 3. The attachment contains answers to questions submitted prior to the meeting. Another document with answers to questions posed during the meeting and afterward will be posted soon. Thank you for your participation in the meeting and your continued support of our students.
Dillon Kabot and Bryan Poole earn Eagle Scout Award
Clements High School students Bryan Poole and Dillon Kabot of Boy Scout Troop 1631 received their Eagle Scout Award in a Court of Honor attended by family and friends. This is the highest honor awarded by the Boy Scouts of America. Both started their scouting journey in Cub Scout Pack 1882 at Commonwealth Elementary school in 2002.
They enjoyed many aspects of their scouting journey and were involved in several leadership roles, but their Eagle journey was inspired and sustained by the adventure and fellowship of their many overnight camping trips and High Adventure summers in the mountains and waters of North America. Together, Dillon and Bryan completed Philmont; an 80 mile backpacking trek through the New Mexico Rockies, and Seabase; a 7 day scuba diving trip in the Florida Keys. But, Dillon also completed the third High Adventure challenge; Northern Tier; an 8 day canoeing trek in Canada through a series of connecting lakes, streams and marshes. The Scouting adventures instilled a sense of self reliance and adventure that is part of their character today. As high school students at Clements, Bryan and Dillon frequently lead local activities with other students in a organized and safe manner.
As part of the Eagle requirement, each boy was required to complete an Eagle project demonstrating their leadership and planning skills: Bryan led a group of Scouts, parents and friends to remodel the entrance-way of his Grandparents church, Fisher of Men Lutheran Church, including the construction of two composite park benches by the doorway. Dillon led several groups through the fabrication and installation of 4 canoe ramp kiosks located along the banks of the Brazos River from Fulshear to Brazos Bend State Park. The kiosks were designed to guide canoers on their journey along more than 20 miles of the Brazos River.
After graduation, Bryan will be attend Texas Tech and Dillon will attend University of Houston in the Fall.
There are so many to acknowledge and thank for Bryan and Dillon’s accomplishment including their Scoutmasters; Alan Davis and Hank Wedelich, and mentors and guides; Debbie Wedelich and Doug Acker, as well as all the parents of 1631, whose steadfast support of the scouts’ efforts resulted in over 10 Eagle Scouts in the Class of 2014.
Boy Scout Troop 1631 is the first troop chartered in First Colony over 30 years ago, and has helped more than 145 boys achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. The Troop meets Monday nights at Fort Settlement Middle School. Learn more at http://www.t1631.org/