Cougar News

The Weekly Newsletter of Clint Small, Jr. Middle School

Volunteers Needed - Academic UIL April 9th

Seeking volunteers to help with the A+ UIL Academic tournament on Saturday April 9th, 2016. We need help.

Evening of the 8th - setting up and getting rooms ready

Day of 9th - hall monitors, testing monitors and judges for speech and art events.

Please sign up to volunteer


If you have a public speaking or art background please signup to Judge.

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Registration for school year 2016-17

Have you registered your student for next school year? Please visit your parent cloud account, log in and click the registration tab. If you have any questions please call the helpline 512-414-9187.

**If you are NEW to AISD please visit and create a new parent cloud account.

Please contact Diane Ewing if you have any questions about registration., 512-841-6710

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Kuk Sool Won


April Dates: Tuesday, April 5th – Thursday, April 28th

Class Days: Tuesday’s and Thursday’s

Times: 2:00 – 2:30pm…Ages 4-6 (Thursday’s only for ages 4-6)

3:45 – 4:30pm…Ages 7-12 (Tuesday and Thursday)

7:00 – 8:00pm…Ages 13- Adult (Tuesday and Thursday)


Program Outline

The students will perform strength, conditioning, and balance exercises to help build strong bodies and minds. This includes push-ups, sit ups, and jogging as a warm up. Students will then be taught the White Belt Form, basic kicks, punches, self defense techniques, and tumbling falls. The focus will be on discipline and respect and the students will learn basic Korean language (how to count 1-10), terminology, and history.

Upon completion of the class, the students will receive their White Belt. The graduation ceremony will be on Thursday, April 28th at the end of each age groups class.

Kuk Sool Won™ of Oak Hill Martial Arts specializes in 4-young 6 year old classes, children’s classes, adult day, evening, and family classes, Women’s Self Defense, and AISD Middle/High School PE Credit. For more information or to sign up, please contact or 512-899-8710.

UT PREP Program

The University of Texas' UT PREP Program is a six-week summer camp for students currently in 6th or 7th grade who are even slightly interested in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. In their first year, students study advanced topics in Logic, Engineering, Problem Solving and College and Career Readiness. Ideally, after graduating from PREP 1 the first summer, they return for the following three summers to study topics ranging from statistics to computer science. By the end of their four years, these students are ready to take internships, enroll in dual-credit courses and take AP classes, including high school calculus -- all while earning credit toward their high-school STEM endorsement each summer.

AISD has offered transportation from some schools (specific sites yet to be determined), and grant funding is such that the entire six-week camp is FREE to qualifying low-income kids (scholarships are approved weekly from completed applications, and, of course, there are paid seats, too).

This is a great opportunity for students and families. Complete the registration at the link below. The deadline is March 1, but spots fill quickly. To learn more and to register in English or Spanish, visit