Theatre UIL One Act Play Results

Sorry to say that theatre didnot advance, but these kids put on a great show and represented Clements High School in a very professional manner.  Both Mrs. Gerhards and Mr. Shaffer are extremely proud of this group of young people and their commitment to excellence.

The awards received last night:

Honorable Mention All-Star Cast:             Maya Ibrahim, Jack Clark

All-Star Cast:      Ryan Brophy, Jordan Tannous

Individual Tech Award:                  Sophia Zekkour

Outstanding Tech Crew:               Sophia Zekkour, Nick Jee, Elizabeth Kamla, Riley Haggerton, Davis Dunham

Congratulations to them for their outstanding work!

District Track Meet Results

The track team is off to a flying start at the district track meet after completion of the field events and the 3200 meters.  The top 4 finishers in each event advance to the area track meet.

In the 3200 meters, Brooks Clingman is the district champion, Danny Maas 2nd, Liam Walker 4th

In the discus, Confidence Okpoko is the district champion with a school record throw, RJ Slater 2nd, Afsar Sunesara 6th

In the shot put, RJ Slater 2nd, Confidence Okpoko 4th

In the pole vault, Tyler Grimsby 3rd and Shayan Lahijani 4th

In the triple jump, Marcus Johnson 5th

On the girls side:  in the 3200 meters, Sylvia Leblanc 2nd, in the pole vault, Brianna Ciminera 2nd and Danita Hohl 3rd.

Clements Track had another successful running district track meet on Thursday night.  The boys team held off Bush for 2nd place in the Team results.  That is the 2nd consecutive year the boys team has been the district runner up.

Advancing to Area:

Michael Erickson is a double district champion in the 800 & 1600

Marcus Johnson 2nd in the 400

Conrad Heinrich 4th in the 300 IH

Sylvia Leblanc 2nd in the 1600

Hannah Patterson 3rd in both the 800 & 1600

Also scoring points were

4X100 team of Schaeffer Duncan, Nicholas Spartalis, Hiro Chang and Marcus Johnson in 6th place

4X200 team of Schaeffer Duncan, Hiro Chang, Allen Hsiao, and Jason Chao in 6th place

4X400 team of Matt Lange, Marcus Johnson, Michael Erickson, and Conrad Heinrich in 5th place

Esteban Blake 5th in 1600

The area track meet will be held in Dickinson on Wednesday.

 

Invisible Children Soccer Tournament is Rescheduled

The Invisible Children annual soccer tournament has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 16, at 4:30pm on the practice soccer fields. Team registration is $35 ($5 per person!) and will consist of seven people– you must have at least two girls on your team. You may register and pay for the tournament in Ms. Drake’s room, 1514. Payments must be made by 2:45 PM on Wednesday, April 16.

If you have any additional questions, please talk to an officer or see Ms. Drake

International Festival, April 17, 6-9PM, Commons

Join us for our annual Clements International Festival on April 17th from 6pm-9pm at Clements High School. The Clements International Festival goal is to promote cultural awareness among young adults. Clements is an extremely diverse school with students who have origins from all over the world. I-fest showcases and celebrates these numerous and unique cultures, while also raising funds for the St.Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and World Vision. Attendance counts as a cultural event for GSA students. With delicious food, great music and entertaining performances, International Fest is not an event you want to miss. Entrance is $3 at the door and food tickets are available for purchase so come hungry!

 

Clements Girls in Computing Awards

Annie Chang is the winner of the Energy Day Academic award. The award will be presented to her by Houston Mayor, Annise Parker, on October 18th.

This weekend the following students received the NCWIT (National Center for Women in Information Technology) aspirations award.

Winners

Annie Chang

Yvonne Huang

Ivy Moore

Angeline Rao

Runner Ups

Alison Mak

Riya Santra

Stacy Tao

Congratulations to these young ladies.