A time of transition and change. A culmination of years of work and preparation, leading to a new beginning. This is the senior year. Senior Seth G took a step towards his future when he chose to play football for West Texas A & M University in Canyon by signing a letter of intent on the National Signing Day, February 1. For many summers, Seth has attended football camps at WT and is impressed with their program. He had the . . .
Servant leaders lead by serving others and helping them be at their best. Anyone can lead by service at home, work, school or in the community. Servant leaders put the needs of others above their own, respect everyone, are a positive influence and are courteous. This year Superintendant Mike Norrell continues a district wide program of Servant Leaders where one student from each grade level is chosen by the teachers to . . .
The day began early, 6:30 a.m., for the Clarendon Junior High Robotics teams on Saturday, January 21. When they arrived at the Education Service Center in Amarillo, they came face to face with the reality of competition. “Look how many teams they brought.” “They look like they have a lot of experience.” “Look at the size of their robot!” And when their turn came, . . .
At CISD we are working to improve the functionality of the school's website. Today we were able to get the weather link working again after technical problems have kept it down. The weather page is new and improved with a live feed. For several years Channel 7 KVII from Amarillo has used Clarendon schools as a local weather station. They collect daily data such as temperature, wind speeds, humidity, and rainfall from . . .
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