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Clearview High School Newsletter
Dress Code Reminder
As the weather gets warmer, it is important to once again remind students and their families of the Dress Code, please review the policy below.
The items below adhere to our district’s dress code philosophy and are allowable:
- Shirts that go from the clavicle to the waistband of pants when in relaxed position;
- Net shirts – only with acceptable garment under or over them;
- Shorts and skirts that reach the fists in length when in relaxed position;
- Blazers or sports coats that are part of an outfit.
Students failing to abide by the dress code will be required to change into appropriate attire or sent home. Work missed from class will be the student’s responsibility. District Policy 5511
Congratulations to our February/March Student & Pioneer of the Month Recipients!
February Student of the Month Recipients
February Pioneer of the Month Recipients
March Student of the Month Recipients
March Pioneer of the Month Recipients
Congratulations to Annabelle Scott!
Annabelle Scott has been selected to receive the Widener University High School Leadership Award (HSLA).
If Annabelle enrolls at Widener as an undergraduate student, Annabelle will take part in our Apogee Scholars Leadership Program and receive a $20,000 scholarship over four years. Apogee Scholars receive four years of leadership programming, including a Widener Leadership Certificate.
This award program is designed to recognize high school students in the region who have demonstrated leadership, stood up for what is right, and made a significant difference in their communities. Annabelle certainly has demonstrated these qualities, reflecting Widener University’s long-standing commitment to inspiring and developing leaders to affect positive change.
National Art Honor Society's Memory Project
Students in the Clearview National Art Honor Society once again created portraits for students in other countries who are struggling with serious disadvantages.
This year, portraits were sent to children in Nigeria, and the attached video shows the kids receiving their portraits.
The 5 robotics teams had an amazing competition!
- All five Clearview teams were in the top 10 of the Tournament
- Four teams made it to the semi finals (9848 Gearview, 20205 Chaotic Pioneers, 20204 Charging Pioneers, 15458 Green Machine)
- Two teams advanced to the finals (9848 GearView and 20204 Charging Pioneers)
- Out of 11 students recognized for the Dean's list, 8 were Clearview Students:
- Shawn Zou
- Nanda Guntupalli
- Quinten Stewart
- Nick Gelormini
- Eleanor Race
- Ava Culling
- Noah Smith
- Dion Christoforatos
- All five teams were recognized in the Judged Awards (from lowest to Highest Award)
- 12441 C.V.T.D.: Motivate Award, 1st Place
- 20204 Charging Pioneers: Innovate Award, 2nd Place
- 20205 Chaotic Pioneers: Connect Award, 2nd Place
- 15458 Green Machine: Think Award, 2nd Place
- 9848 GearView: Think Award, 1st Place
- 9848 GearView: Inspire Award, 3rd Place
The season has ended for 12441, 15458, and 20205, but for the first time in Clearview history, TWO teams, 9848 & 20204 will compete at the State Championship on March 12th.
But wait, there's more amazing news...
For the first time in Clearview history, two Robotics teams competed in the State Championship.
While team 20204 Charging Pioneers had a tough competition in the Parkway division, team 9848 GearView was the best team in the Turnpike division and easily won the semi finals and finals and advanced to the Championship finals where they put up a great fight against the Parkway finalists. Had they won just one more match, they would have advanced to the World Championship. The teams truly had an amazing season.
9848 Gearview State Championship Awards:
Finalist Alliance - The team was the top team in their division
3rd Place Design Award - for using the engineering Design process to design their robot
3rd Place Promote Award - Award for a video promoting FIRST
1st Place Compass Award - Award for a video recognizing a coach or mentor that has had an impact on the team
Dean's List Finalist Nanda Guntupalli - For the second year in a row, a Clearview student has earned the prestigious Dean's list, an honor bestowed to only four students in the entire state of NJ. As Dean's list finalist, Nanda Guntupalli will travel to the World Championship in April to compete against finalists from all over the world.
Braden Elsworth, Christian Mesasaros, and Jake Defelice created both videos with 9848, and they can both be seen here: Compass Award and Promote Award
Math League's Pi K Fun Run/Walk
Math League hosted a successful 2nd Annual Pi K Fun Run/Walk community event on Sunday, March 12th.
We had approximately 150 students and community members take part in the fun, and we raised over $3300 for the Clearview Math Scholarships. It was so great to see how many parents participated in the event with their students. We are hoping to continue to grow the Pi K each year and make it an annual event for the Clearview community.
Math League Stockton University Competition
Math League competed in the Math Mayhem competition at Stockton University on Saturday, March 25th.
With over 100 competitors, Clearview's Shawn Zou placed 2nd in the individual competition, scoring one point shy of a perfect score. The team of Adam Bathurst, Ethan Bathurst and Adam Wax placed 4th in the team competition and the team of Eleanor Race, Shane Shenk and Shawn Zou placed 5th in the team competition.
Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of Mamma Mia for an amazing show!
Clearview's Dance Team Debut!
Congratulations to Emma Steidle for scoring her 1,000th career point!
Congratulations to Ana Pellecchia for scoring her 1,000th career point!
Congratulations Karl Neiswender!
He was inducted into the South Jersey Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Karl was hired as a Math Teacher at Clearview in 1979 and retired in 2018. Throughout that time, he was the Varsity Head Coach for: Boys' Basketball (1981-1995), Boys' Tennis (1981-1989), and Girls' Tennis (1992-2016). He accumulated 569 wins during his Coaching tenure at the View. He is the winningest Coach in Clearview history. What an incredible honor for Karl and we are extremely proud of him!
Hoagies 4 Hope Success!!
Once again the Clearview Community stepped up big time to help make Hoagies 4 Hope 2023 a success. As a result of your support and incredible generosity, we were able to raise over $28,000 this year to help 4 families within our community, bringing our 9 year total to over $200,000. Of course this could not have been accomplished without the hard work and dedication of our student chairs for the event, Chase Corley, Juliana DiCicco, Madelyn DiMarco, Isabella Moraca and Grace Solomon. The five of them, along with their Hoagies 4 Hope Committee members, secured several community sponsors and sold over 1300 hoagies. Additionally, the help of our cafeteria workers and other staff volunteers, made the day of the event one of the smoothest in Hoagies 4 Hope history. Everyone stepped up big time to help our local families. Thank you to the entire Clearview Community for your continued support of this event and we look forward to another successful year of Hoagies 4 Hope in 2024.
Christina Boody, Mike Wolk, Jr., Steve Moraca, Jenna Scott & Kathleen Edwards
Hoagies 4 Hope Planning Committee
Special SHOUT OUT to a few of our art students - Desiree Bauer, Sarah Shockey and Chloe Viereck!
They volunteered their time at Pal Joey's to get them EAGLES ready for the Superbowl.
Clearview's Model UN Club
Model UN Club participated in Camden County Technical School's Model United Nations Conference.
We are happy to report that three of our students took home awards!
Adeola Adejare, Zuri Essahli, and Kyle Gray (from left to right in the picture) all won Best Position Paper for their respective committees! Congratulations!
Model UN Club participated in Moorestown High School's Model United Nations Conference.
Two of our students took home awards. Jordan McCargo won Best Novice and Vincent Fox won Honorable Mention for Best Delegate for their respective committees.
ViewMUN Conference 2023
Clearview's Model UN Club held their sixth annual ViewMUN Conference on Saturday, February 25th.
ViewMUN was a huge success with eleven South Jersey schools in attendance. We were fortunate enough to have Ms. Dara Wax return to the Clearview stage as our honored Guest Speaker as well. Pictured below: Dara Wax, our Model UN seniors, and our Co-Secretary Generals who ran the event (Vincent Fox and Adam Bathurst).
February/March Newsletters from the Student Assistance Program
February News ❤️
Evan from Minding your Mind presented his story to our senior class on Wednesday, February 8th. He shared his story and how he found help and where he is today. This is a follow up to both Senior Health topics in Mrs. Gray and Mr. Reuter's classes as well as a unit in Mrs.
Class of 2023 Graduation Yard Signs
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Student & Parent Handbook is linked below.
2022-2023 Parent/Student Handbook Dear Clearview Families, Welcome to your new Parent Handbook. We hope you find the new and improved handbook easy to use and filled with the most up-to-date information. You can navigate through the handbook using one of the following methods: Tab through the pag...