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Robotics Team Headed To World Festival

Robotics Team Headed To World Festival

Congratulations to the outstanding Riverview Elementary School Robotics Team who will be representing the Central Valley at the Robotics World Festival in St. Louis, April 22-25, 2015. At the World Festival, they will compete with 107 teams from around the world!

The FAB 5 is a first year robotics team consisting of five sixth grade boys, Noah Arsitio, Corben Beaty Jeffrey Forbes, Evan Murai, and Daniel Shin. They competed among more than 100 teams in the Central Valley Region and placed first at the 2014 FLL Central Valley Robotics Championship in December.

African American Student Leadership Conference

Uniting hundreds of students from across the Valley, the 8th annual African American Student Leadership Conference at Clovis North High School on Tuesday, February 24 aims ignite bright futures for all in attendance.

Seventh through twelfth grade students from Central Unified, Clovis Unified, Fresno Unified, Hanford West High School and, for the first time, Madera Unified will convene at the Performing Arts Center on the Clovis North campus for the innovative leadership conference.

This year’s theme is “IGNITE: Your Dreams and Your Future” and is designed to educate, inspire, and encourage students to achieve academic excellence and cultivate positive cultural and social change.

Exceptional Employees Recognized With Crystal Awards

At a gala evening event tonight , February 17, Clovis Unified will honor the 19 winners of its 2014 Crystal Awards employee recognition program, which honors those individuals who are making a significance difference in the lives of Clovis Unified students. Specifically, these winners are being honored for the above-and-beyond work they did in the 2013-14 school year.

The evening will begin with a reception from 6:30-7:30 p.m. with the ceremony starting immediately following. Clovis Elementary School’s very talented choir, Clovis Connection, will perform several songs, one of which was written especially for the Crystal Awards. Next, Superintendent Janet Young, Ed.D., and Governing Board President Ginny Hovsepian will say a few words and then each winner will be recognized individually with a short video about each one followed by the presentation of their award.

Clovis West Run For The Dream

Clovis West Run For The Dream

Run For the Dream - February 16th.

Come out and Support this GREAT Track Meet. All Female Track Athletes of the 90's are invited to participate in a ceremony to honor them for their contribution to Track and Field

Clovis High Mock Trial Team To State Tournament

Clovis High Mock Trial Team To State Tournament

CONGRATULATIONS to the Clovis High Mock Trial Team!! They defeated Clovis North in the final round for the Fresno County Championship! Clovis High will now proceed to the State Championship Tournament held in Riverside in March!

Congrats To These Student Athletes

Congrats To These Student Athletes

These Buchanan students signed Letters of Intent this week:

DJ Martinez: Sonoma State - Baseball

Caitlyn Kruetz: Cal Poly San Luis Obispo - Soccer

Haylee Lopes: Westmont- Soccer

Taylor Ehresman: UC Merced - Soccer

Kai Dill-: Chadron State - Wrestling

Catarina Villanueva: San Jose State- Water Polo

Morgan Cruce: CSU Stanisulaus- Soccer.

Not pictured: Lauren Holden:University of the Pacific-Swimming.

CONGRATULATIONS!

The following Clovis North High School student-athletes signed their Letters of Intent this week as well:

Fresno County Academic Decathlon Feb. 7

The 33rd Annual Fresno County Academic Decathlon is Saturday, Feb. 7 at Central High School East. Twenty-six county high schools will participate in this year’s competition. The Decathlon begins at 9 a.m. with student events scheduled throughout the day. The Super Quiz is scheduled at 3:30 p.m. in the gym and is open to the public, followed by the awards ceremony at 7 p.m. The theme for this year’s event is “New Alternatives in Energy: Ingenuity and Innovation.”

The Academic Decathlon teams are comprised of three “A” students, three “B” students and three “C” students who compete in 10 examinations: Art, music, language and literature, mathematics, economics, speech, interview, essay, science and social science, as well as the final culminating Super Quiz. Each area carries a maximum value of 1,000 points.