YES deadline nears

YES deadline nears

May 2, 2017
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The YES table will be open 4 more times this year.  This Friday, May 5, and next Monday, Wednesday and Friday are the last days with no exceptions.  The deadline for any forms is Friday, May 12th.

AP exams to begin

April 19, 2017
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AP exams start on Monday, May 1st. Morning exams begin at 7:15am and afternoon exams begin at 12:00pm.  Testing will take place in the Boy’s Gym, Downstairs Lecture Hall, the library office, room 2010, and room 2012. Students should do their best to keep the noise level at a minimum around those a...

Legends of hip(pitty)-hop

Legends of hip(pitty)-hop

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief
April 5, 2017
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Easter. The holiday known for its bright colors, yummy chocolate, an Easter basket, and most of all, the famous Easter Bunny! But, where did the idea of an easter bunny come from? Well, there are a few different theories and legends that help to answer this question. Most believe that the symbol of the rabbit ...

St. Patrick’s Day spirit brings luck

St. Patrick’s Day spirit brings luck

Danny Coronado, Sports Editor
March 10, 2017
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St. Patrick's Day is a celebration founded by the Irish people a long time ago. Here in America it isn't as big a celebration as it is in Ireland. Although, some cities do celebrate it more than others. In Chicago, they turn the famous Chicago River completely green to bring luck to the city. St. Pat...

Green foods bring festive light to St. Patrick’s Day

Green foods bring festive light to St. Patrick’s Day

Divvya Seernani, Managing Editor
March 7, 2017
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Unless there’s a way of finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow with leprechaun friends before March 17, we’ll have to find alternate ways of staying in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. The best way to do this without making it a hassle this year is through the sugar craves we can all re...

National School Breakfast Week arrives!

National School Breakfast Week arrives!

Kun Hong, Features Editor
March 7, 2017
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This week is National School Breakfast Week. In order to celebrate it, the school’s cooks will be preparing different special breakfast items each day that would not normally be seen in our cafeteria.   Below is the complete menu of this week’s special breakfasts. Each of these items will be ...

Rodeo season kicks off this Spring

Rodeo season kicks off this Spring

Zehra Jaffari, Student Life Editor
March 7, 2017
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Funnel cake, cowboy boots, and attractions, the Rodeo is here! With Spring Break just around the corner, Houston has many different activities, events, and places to attend. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a series of events taking place this March 7-26, 2017 where the public can participate in v...

10 Spring Break destinations

10 Spring Break destinations

Ruhee Marfathia, Viewpoint's Editor
March 6, 2017
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Los Angeles Los Angeles is the place to be all year especially over Spring Break. Visit LA to witness an eccentric nightlight, experience all things Hollywood, shop on Rodeo Drive, hang out at Santa Monica Pier, and look out for all the amazing actors, singers, directors, and more. After a long d...

19 CHS girls win awards in NCWIT

February 24, 2017
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Caitlin Lau is a National and Local winner of the NCWIT aspirations award.  In addition, 19 girls have received various levels of the award including five National honorable mentions. “Clements girls in computing continue to do an amazing job,” said Lorena Lubna, teacher and sponsor. “ I am...

Softball prepares for victorious season

Softball prepares for victorious season

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief
February 22, 2017
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The girls Varsity softball team is looking to make an impression this year on the field as they prepare for their upcoming season in districts. This team of hardworking players are determined to turn some heads as they fight through their season and work to achieve their goals.   The girls ...

Clubs should help end famine in Sudan

Clubs should help end famine in Sudan

February 22, 2017
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Earlier this week, the UN said parts of the South Sudan are officially going through a famine. Meaning millions of people there have little to no access to food. 100,000 people are facing starvation and some are dying from hunger. The problem comes in big part from the country’s three year-long...

SLPD to host summer teen academy

SLPD to host summer teen academy

February 21, 2017
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Sugar Land Police Department Teen Academy applications will be accepted through March 6. The Teen Academy is a new program intended to engage students in a variety of topics designed to foster relationships, trust and understanding between officers and teens. Participants will have an opportunity...

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