Band Wins Championship at SHSU

Last weekend the band & guard traveled to Huntsville to participate in the SHSU Marching Festival.  They had a really strong performance in finals and were named the Grand Champions of the contest.  In addition, the color guard and drumline were recognized for being outstanding in their respective captions.  This is especially important as the kids are preparing for their most important contest on this Saturday, which is the qualifier for State.  Good luck this weekend!!

Band Wins 32nd Consecutive UIL Marching Trophy

The first UIL trophy ever won at Clements HS was in 1983 for the Marching Band.  Tuesday night the Clements Band & Guard won its 32nd consecutive marching trophy—the longest streak in the district.  As a result, the band will compete this Saturday at the Area level against bands from Cy-Fair & Katy for a coveted promotion to the state marching contest.  It will be an extremely competitive contest and only the top 4 bands out of 20 will advance.

Congratulations to the students on a job well done and we wish them luck as they continue to progress this season.

Can Tabs Being Collected for Ronald McDonald House

Can Tabs (soda, soup,…) are being collected for Ronald McDonald House which provides inexpensive housing for families with children undergoing medical treatments.  Last year they raised over $8000 from can tabs.  These can tabs can be turned in at the front office or to Mrs. Sparwasser’s room (2103).

CHS PALs thanks you for your support.

FBISD to Host Community Dialogue Meetings to Share District-Wide Feeder Patterns/Boundary Planning Information

The process to develop long-term District-wide feeder patterns and school boundaries is moving forward as Fort Bend ISD begins to seek community feedback on its preliminary plan.

During a regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Monday, October 20, the FBISD administration presented a comprehensive proposal that has been developed over the last few months. “The feeder pattern process is aligned with the policy approved by the Board of Trustees in August,” said Board of Trustee President Grayle James. “We’ve put the policy into a plan.”

Members of the public will have several opportunities to participate in the development process before the Board of Trustees votes on its final recommendations.

Those who were unable to attend this week’s Community Dialogue meetings will soon be able to view the preliminary feeder pattern and school boundary plan on and the District will continue taking comments on the plan through November 4.

In addition, campus-based focus groups will be reviewing the proposed boundary plans. “The principals of the schools affected by the boundary changes will be contacted so they can form local focus groups,” FBISD Executive Director of Talent Management Beth Martinez told board members Monday night.

Meetings regarding boundaries will be held in December and Information Meetings for the District-wide Feeder Patterns and Boundaries will be held in January.  Newly-aligned District-wide feeder patterns will be recommended for Board approval in January 2015.

In January 2015, the administration will also ask the Board to consider approval of boundaries for two new elementary schools to be built in Aliana (Elementary 46) and Riverstone (Elementary 47). In addition, the Board will consider boundary changes designed to support the new feeder pattern alignment and/or provide relief to some campuses that are significantly overcrowded. Elementary campuses that may be impacted are Schiff, Heritage Rose, Goodman, Burton, Brazos Bend, and Walker Station.

Upcoming FBISD Community Meetings

Fort Bend ISD to Host Community Dialogue Meetings to Share District-wide Feeder Patterns/Boundary Planning Information

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Academic Programs/Career Pathways Planning
Administrative Annex auditorium
3119 Sweetwater Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77479
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, November 13, 2014
Academic Programs/Career Pathways Planning
Administrative Annex auditorium
3119 Sweetwater Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77479
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Monday, December 1, 2014
Proposed Boundary Changes
Austin High School Cafeteria
3434 Pheasant Creek Drive, Sugar Land, 77498
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Proposed Boundary Changes
Elkins High School Cafeteria
7007 Knights Court, Missouri City, 77459
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Community Information Meetings:

Tuesday, January 20, 2015
District-wide Feeder Patterns and Boundaries
Travis High School Auditorium
11111 Harlem Road, Richmond, 77406
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
District-wide Feeder Patterns and Boundaries
Elkins High School Auditorium
7007 Knights Court, Missouri City, 77459
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

For more Planning for Our Future information, visit the District’s website at

District Cross Country Meet Results

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys and Girls Cross Country Team.  Both teams finished second place in district and will be advancing to the regional completion.  On the boys side, Esteban Blake was the individual district champion.  Danny Maas also won a medal by finishing in 10th place.  For the girls, Silvia Leblanc and Alex Yarrow won medals for finishing 3rd and 4th.  The JV girls also won first place in their division.  All of the runners represented Clements well.


Varsity Girls
Hattan Natalie
Merchant Ariel
Yarrow Alex
Leblanc Silvia
Patterson Hannah
Vara Valencia
Kumar Pooja
JV Girls
Figueredo Isabella
Lynch Alexa
Ryan Mary Kate
Banuet Michelle
Ghassemi Shohreh
Mulla Amna
Villegas Sophia
Varsity Boys
Lytle Galen
Maas Danny
Rodriguez Jason
Hattan John
Walker Robert
Blake Esteban
Wallace Javail