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Penny Drive

JH and HS Student Councils to the Rescue

This spring, the student councils at Clarendon Junior High and Clarendon High School held a penny drive. The funds went to a local family, who recently lost their home in a fire. The total donated to the family was $712.16.   The junior high raised $392.55 with the sixth grade class donating the most money and earning an ice cream party.     The high school raised $319.61 where the senior . . .

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Texas and Wind Energy

CHS Physics Students Create Working Windmills

Students at Clarendon High School did a study of wind energy across the United States and discovered that the Texas panhandle region is a leader in producing electricity from wind turbines. In fact, Texas leads all other states in total electricity generated from wind by a more than 2-1 margin. Two of the universities that have been leaders in wind power for several decades are WTAMU, where wind studies began in 1970, and Texas Tech . . .

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Junior High Cheerleaders 2016/17

The 2016-2017 CJH cheerleading squad: Aubrey J (Head) Graci D Natalie M Darcy G Jade B Kaylin H (Co-Head) Roxie A Emeri R

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CHS Students Headed to State Academic Meet

It’s back to the state academic meet again this year for CHS senior Caleb C, and this time he’s bringing some folks along with him. Caleb, last year’s regional champion in Current Issues and Events, narrowly missed winning a second straight individual title, placing 2 nd at this year’s meet. But he led his team to the regional team title, and the group is headed for Austin May 23-25 to compete for a state . . .

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Reptiles, Mammals, and Fish

Third graders research exciting animals.

Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Riza’s third grade students recently completed a research project on a favorite animal.  In their endeavor, the third graders researched their animal on the Internet and in books.  They created a presentation on Thinglink on their computer and then crafted a suitable display of the animal they chose.  The third graders also hosted a showcase for parents and grandparents in the cafeteria where . . .

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Cobb to be a Wildcat

Caleb Cobb signed a letter of intent to play football at Abilene Christian.

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Back in Time

First graders see saddles and boots

Stop, Drop and Roll

Pre K Learns About Fire Prevention

Window on a Wider World

Kindergarteners visit the American Quarter Horse Museum

Cheer On

2016/17 CHS Cheerleaders Introduced

Duel in Dumas

UIL Math and Science Teams Compete

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