It’s been a big week for Cy Springs volleyball player Lelan Bradley; first she surpassed the 1,000 kill mark with her 1,003 kill, and then was named Houston Chronicle’s athlete of the week.
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Cy Springs held its first annual senior sunrise from 6 to 8 a.m. Saturday on the football field. Students were encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit down and watch the sunrise. There were games, snacks, picture props, and music for entertainment.
In the 2019-2020 school year, Cy Springs is the first school in the district to roll out a new robotics/STEM program. Some objectives the class focuses on building and programming robots, learning how to design and create objects on a laser cutter and a 3D printer, and using a robotic arm.
The Cy Springs Panthers and Katy Taylor Mustangs will combine forces to join the fight to abolish childhood cancer with a Gold Out football game at 6:30 p.m at the Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.
The 2019-2020 yearbook at CY Springs will be “Undefined.” The “Undefined” theme will carry throughout the book, which is currently on pre-order at balfour.com for $65. The limited run of just 300 books should arrive on campus in May.
Last week, Cy Springs held its first ever Legacy dedication after its annual freshman Fish Camp.
Principal Dr. Cheryl Henry spoke to incoming freshman, students and parents after Fish Camp about the statue’s history, and gave thanks to donors and their contributions that enabled the statue to be built.
Photos from the Legacy Statue dedication event 8/19/2019.
The second annual ‘No Place 4 Hate’ poetry slam took place on Thursday at Cy Springs, as students and staff read poems in the performance gym during all English periods. This year, the event added some new elements and themes.
On Wednesday, multiple journalism students were honored in the High School Journalism Network Awards at Cy Falls. Michael Damante, advanced journalism and yearbook teacher, was named adviser of the year by the network.
Debate will have some new leadership in the 2019-2020 season.
Cypress Springs is known for its diverse student body, and high-performing seniors.
Cypress Springs is hosting its second “Day at the Prom Dress Closet” from 8 a.m. to noon on May 4 at Andre Elementary. Teachers, students and administration are helping to donate formal wear for this year’s prom on May 17..
On April 27, Cy Springs will be hosting its annual Car Show and Swap Meet at the CFISD Exhibit Center
Cy Springs will hold Decision Day from 1-2:40 p.m. on May 2 in the performance gym. This Decision Day is a celebration to honor the seniors who will be going to college,and also to acknowledge military commitments and other accomplishments.
This year’s theme was “Video Games and Snack Attack,” and was hosted by English III teacher Gary Hill.
Senior Grace Humes’ film “The Making of Chase Humes” won a slot in South by SouthWest (SXSW) Texas high school shorts portion, and it premiered on March 9 at the Austin Convention Center,which made Humes the first Cy Springs student to be featured.
At 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on April 18 at the back fields of Cy Springs the seniors will have the first ever senior picnic. In order to be eligible to participate, all seniors must have paid their fines and fees, and they must have their grey senior shirt on.
On Saturday March 30, Cy Springs students competed in academic UIL district meet at Cy Woods with Mya Banks and Emaly Aguilar advancing to regionals. Banks advanced in Journalism Editorial Writing and Aguilar advanced for Poetry Interpretation.
On the final day of Student Empowerment week, a Student Empowerment Brunch was held, and the guys and girls of Cy Springs took the Guys In Ties/ Girls In Pearls photo outside the school.
CFISD athletes playing during the 2019 spring season face cancelled practices and postponed games with the onslaught of cold fronts in the Houston area, and overall changes in climate patterns.