Houston Rockets mascot Clutch the Bear taught CFISD students about attending school ready to learn, respecting themselves and others and preparing for the future during his Mattress Firm Good Night Sleep show at Gleason ES and Holmsley ES on Sept. 10.
Joined by his sidekick Rockets Ranger Dominic Davila, Clutch stressed to students the importance of a good night’s sleep and encouraged 10-12 hours per night.
Clutch also performed a skit in which he displayed different professions that students could pursue when they grow up while showing images of himself dressed up as a doctor, teacher, firefighter, soldier and other professionals.
Before leaving, Clutch gave each student a copy of Clutch’s Good Night Sleep story book.
“The students loved it. They were tickled,” said Gleason principal Melody Goffney. “It made them excited about coming back to school while also learning some important lessons and goals for themselves.”
Rockets mascot Clutch the Bear illustrates the importance of a good night’s sleep by lying on a Mattress Firm mattress beneath a sign advertising 10-12 hours per sleep during his Mattress Firm Good Night Sleep show at Gleason ES.
Clutch uses a fire extinguisher on his sidekick, the Rockets Ranger, during his Mattress Firm Good Night Sleep show at Gleason ES on Sept. 10.