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Our children need nutritious meals to learn, grow and thrive-even when school is out. With the Summer Food Service Program , children and teens ages 18 and younger can continue to eat healthy throughout the summer at no cost, just by showing up at a participating meal site. The local Clarendon site is Clarendon Community Summer Lunch Program.
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 . . .
Third graders research exciting animals.
First graders see saddles and boots
Pre K Learns About Fire Prevention
Kindergarteners visit the American Quarter Horse Museum
2016/17 CHS Cheerleaders Introduced
UIL Math and Science Teams Compete
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