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Things to do During Winter Break

Things to do During Winter Break

Linda Refai and Kylie Cabble

December 16, 2019

The Houston Zoo lights The Houston Zoo Lights is a great thing to do during winter break. They have a lot of beautiful lights and fun things to do. You can drink hot chocolate while walking around the park seeing the beautiful lights.    Discovery Green Ice Skating Discovery Gre...

First Basketball Game

First Basketball Game

Linda Refai

November 21, 2019

Basketball season has officially started. To kick of the season the Rangers played a game against Katy High School last Tuesday.  It was a close game and they came short at the end only losing by four points, 30-34.  Juniors Myles Wilburn and Pj Ugochukwu lead the team in points throughout the night...

Thanksgiving Traditions

Caroline McKay, Aislinn McEnaney, and Melanie Martinez

November 18, 2019

Thanksgiving is a time of shared traditions and surrounding yourself with the people you love. Every family has their own unique way of celebrating the holiday. Often times, celebrations include an abundance of food, but everybody has different traditions. This can be observed through the Clements...

German Exchange Students

German Exchange Students

Linda Refai and Kylie Cabble

November 5, 2019

Viktoria Dietz lives in Frankfurt Germany. She left her family and friends in Germany to come to Clements high school. She likes it here but it took her a while to agest.  “The biggest difference from school in America and school in Germany is that we have 7 classes a day,” Dietz said.  In Ger...

My Journey To Senior Year

My Journey To Senior Year

Ginger Williams, Co-Editor in Chief

November 1, 2019

“Ginger, You’re Accepted!” As soon as I read those words atop the Baylor website, I was at a loss for my own. I could not believe my eyes as I watched the fireworks practically pop out of the screen. When I finally came to terms with what this meant, I found myself running around the house screaming...

Advice for Students, from Students

The Mental Health club Presidents.

Caroline McKay and Aislinn McEnaney

October 30, 2019

Students all across Clements high school suffer from anxiety and depression. 80 percent of teens have diagnosable anxiety and 60 percent have diagnosable depression. It can feel as though you’re the only one feeling this way and that you have to fight this battle alone, but you don't. Last year, Chs e...

Meet the 2020 Cuties

Leila Stewart, Linda Refai, Dua Adil, Kylie Cabble, and Melanie Martinez

September 19, 2019

This Friday, September 20, the Stars dance team are hosting their annual male pageant: the Cuties competition. The 25 senior contestants were nominated by the student body and are competing to be the next Cutie. Tickets can still be bought today from any of the Stars for $8. Tickets will be $12 at the...

My Lai Massacre

Natasha Biswas, Reporter

May 17, 2019

Smoke filled the sky as their village burned to the ground. The rivers ran red with the blood of innocents. The soil, forever tainted by the rotting corpses of children who will never grow up.   March 16, 1968. This date entails one the darkest days claimed by American history. Soldiers bel...

An Incredible Night of Science

An Incredible Night of Science

Zachary Waxali, Reporter

March 6, 2019

Clements High School will be hosting its annual Incredible Night of Science on Thursday, March 7 in the auditorium. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and will last until 7:45 p.m. Along with the usual experiments performed by students and teachers, three guest speakers will attend the event. Brian Malow, ...

Upcoming FBISD Career School

Instructional Officer, Kelley Kirila

Leila Stewart, Co-Editor

February 1, 2019

New opportunities are being offered for Fort Bend high school students starting in the 2019-2020 school year. The James Reese Career and Technical Center will provide career-oriented classes for students interested in pursuing careers in various fields. To enroll in these additional, off-campus courses,...

Clements Model UN

Clements Model UN

Laurenz Quinto

January 24, 2019

Model United Nations (MUN) is a club that involves its members in a simulation of the United Nations. Sponsored by history teacher Angela Wright, students become delegates of countries and participate in committees in which they discuss and resolve issues affecting the world.   Members of ...

Pie the Teacher contest

January 17, 2019

Students will be able to vote on the top 10 teachers they want to get pied in the face. The online voting will last for two weeks afterwards there will be a voting booth in the commons during both lunches. One dollar is equivalent to one vote and the teachers with the most votes will be pied in the face...

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