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Ethan Morse--the stage manager for the Annie production--talks about his role in the production, his love of drama, and his future connected to the stage and a certain mouse.


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Spirit Dress Day

Are you wearing your spirit shirt on Fridays? Many students are on campus.

Benefits to wearing your CMS shirt on Friday:

  • You get to be released five minutes early to lunch (you may have to gently remind your teacher).
  • You don't have to dirty a different shirt.
  • You get to twin with other awesome Vikings on campus!

#twinningmeanswinning

Photo of the Week

Emmitt Westwick blocking a shot on goal during the soccer final.

Unfortunately, the soccer teams tasted the bitter taste of defeat this week at the finals, but we are proud of our Viking brothers and sisters in their battle on the turf.

Thank you to Mrs. Martinez and Mr. Massuere for coaching the teams!

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Check Out the Big Brains on the Vikings

C.J.S.F is a state-wide honors organization. The purpose of C.J.S.F is to recognize students who have demonstrated academic achievement. The students that joined C.J.S.F are a group of academic learners that follow the viking way. How did they qualify to join? Well, they had to have an academic GPA of 3.5 or higher. What that means is, a student had to have at least two A’s and two B’s in their four academic classes: science, social studies, english, and math. Mr. Barnes and Mr. Starr are in charge of our viking’s C.J.S.F. Mr. Starr is in charge of what happens for the seventh grade C.J.S.F members and Mr. Barnes is in charge of the eighth grade C.J.S.F members. Each year, the teachers rotate. Meaning, Mr. Starr will teach seventh grade one year, then he’ll teach eighth grade the next year. That’s the same for Mr. Barnes. They alternate between grades because they teach the bears and coyotes, the two rotating teams in Clement. This means that the C.J.S.F members will have the same teacher as they had in the following year. Both teachers are really nice, and the members of C.J.S.F really enjoy being apart of this extracurricular activity. For C.J.S.F, the students must work five hours of community service for the entire year. Their first community service they did this year was at the Redlands Community Hospital, picking up trash and cleaning the bathrooms on Saturday, February 15th. They volunteered for four hours at the hospital. They had a fun time and enjoyed helping the community.

Audrey Bojorquez, 6th grade, won the poster contest at the Clement level for the RUSD 2020 Multicultural Fair and parent conference!

Mr. ASB President

Cole Gibson stopped by the Viking Voice to answer some questions about becoming involved with ASB as a seventh grader and now leading ASB as an eighth grader.

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Dance Report:

Everyone had a great time at the recent dance. The DJ played many different songs and even threw glow sticks out to the crowd. The dance had an area to take photos with all of your friends. The DJ’s stand had lots of colorful and bright lights. They had tasty snacks for sale. It was an amazing start to New Year 2020.

The Chain is Cut!

The Garner Holt Animakerspace Grand Opening, December 12, 2019

Photo of the Week

Tyler Jarvis of The Viking Voice shooting with a big lens.

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Maker Space is Out of This World!

The New Garner Holt Lab may be the only lab of its kind in the state of California, but that is not stopping these ambitious students from using their knowledge and creativity to shine!

At this point, the students are practicing their presentations for the upcoming ribbon cutting ceremony happening next Thursday. Over 200 VIP guests are invited and will be welcomed on the Clement campus during school hours.

What an exciting time to be a Clement Viking!

Viking Pryde

These amazing students were selected to participate in the Redlands Rotary Camp Pryde tomorrow! Over 400 hundred students from middle schools throughout San Bernardino County will be attending Camp Pryde. Only 10 Redlands middle school students were selected, and Clement had 6 of the 10!! The camp is for students who have strong leadership and contributions to our school and community.

We are so proud of our students!

Ayden Nakamura, grade 6, was one of the night's big winners

Vikings in the House!

Vikings Represent at the Annual District-Level Reflections Award Night.

November 21st at REV Blackstone Theater Vikings whose Reflections entries were elevated to the district level were recognized for their artistic merit.

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During lunch time Mr. Nardella's class is a hub of fun for Bear's team students and teachers. Here is a substitute (one of Mr. Nardella's former students) enjoying the competition!

Mental Health is very Important for everyone at Clement

If you feel like you need help with your mental health, please contact the wonderful counselors at our school.

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Just chilling out on the black top in my P.E. clothes.

Mrs. Swiderski's Class brings the artistic vibes to the Reflection competition...

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Staff vs. Students

Kickball

written by Anthony Perez--The championship kickball team played against the teachers during lunch on Friday, October 4. The teachers were represented by Mr. Starr, Mr. Nardella, Mrs.Simmons, Ms. Katz, Mr.Barnor, Mr. Mendoza, and Mr.Arthur. The Kickball championship team was represented by:Mr. MacRyan CarlsonJohnny KidderFrank RodriguezAdrian CardonaAndrew AkimpleyEric MorenoDrew SmithJayson LopezLemario ClaiborneAn amusing highlight occurred during the game. A student kicked the ball and took off towards first base. Mr. Mendoza grabbed the ball and threw it to make an out. However, the ball hit student in the back. The throw was so hard that it knocked the baserunner off his feet, and landed on his back. Mr. Mendoza quickly apologized. The student was called out on the play.When the game ended, no one knew the score. No one kept an official tally of runs, but rumor has it that the students won. Some people thought the teachers won instead. Here are just a sampling of what different participants thought the score was at the end of the game: Mr. Nardella thought the students had 12 runs and teachers had no runs. Mr. Mac thought the students won with 10 runs and teachers with 1 run. Mr. Mendoza’s thought the teachers won 6 runs to the students’ 5 runs. Ms. Katz thinks the game was tied 6 to 6 with no winner. Mrs. Simmons played in the game, but she had no idea of the score--she was just playing for fun!

Clement Library

The Place to Be!

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Students visiting the library during lunch time.

Remember, you can check the library catalog online.

Clement Bulletin September_October 2019.pdf

March Announcements:

March 6

Spring Picture Day

March 13

End of the 3rd Quarter

March 16-27

Spring Recess--No School

March 30

School Resumes