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  • Announcements for Feb 3, 2023

      • If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball. Sign up for the 1st Annual Dodgeball Tournament! We have 3 different brackets Boys/Girls/Co-Ed. The tournament will be held during Greyhound time February 6th-10th. Each team will have 6 people and will cost $30 per team. That's only 5 dollars a person! Please sign up using the link on the posters around the school. Teachers don’t forget to sign up your team too.

      • Make your weekend magical, and see Beauty & the Beast in the CHS Auditorium. Tonight at 7pm, or tomorrow at 2pm or 7pm. Get your tickets at clayton hs dot book t i x dot com. See you at the show!

      • Congratulations Madeleine Meyers and Angela Wirthlin. Your submissions to the Fall 2022 issue of The WORKS were selected as the winners of our raffle. Please see Ms. Cearley in English office 3D to get your prize: $5 Starbucks gift card.

      • Hey CHS! We have exciting news! Candy Grams are back! Starting on February 6th, the sophomore class officers will be selling candy grams in the front of the commons. They're only $1, so show your love and appreciation for your friends and teachers in CHS. See ya then!

      • You know what's just around the corner?! VALENTINE’S DAY!!!! And the first annual Valentine's Day Dance! Starting on February 6th, tickets will be on sale in room 8, for just $10! The dance is on February 11th, so be sure to mark your calendars! Bring a friend, date, or come in a group. See you all there!

      • Winner winner chicken dinner. Ian Barnes led the hockey team to their first playoff win, 7-3 against Eureka, scoring three goals. Next game is Friday night in Affton at 10pm against Rockwood Summit. Let’s go hounds!!!!!

      • Here’s Zoey again with today’s Black History Month trivia question:

     

        • First, the answer to yesterday’s question: George Washington Carver did NOT invent the shoehorn.  And now, today’s question:

        • "This person was considered the first classical composer of African ancestry. They composed over 50 pieces including operas, symphonies, sonatas, and concertos before passing away at the age of 53 in 1799. What is this person's name?"

          1. Joseph Bologne Chevalier de Saint-Georges

          2. Frantz Fanon

          3. Thomas Alexandre Davy de La Pailleterie

          4. Louis-Georges Tin

    The answer will be revealed on Monday!