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Student Holiday/Teacher In-Service

Clear Brook HS Homecoming Game

CCEF Dine Out To Donate

CCISD Financial Aid Night

Marching Extrava-Band-Za

Elementary & Intermediate Early Release

Imagination Celebration

Clear Falls HS Homecoming Game

Board Meeting
We are officially one month into the new school year! We hope everyone had a smooth transition into their new classrooms and has started the year off strong! Here is some news and information over the past month so you can continue to stay Current on all things CCISD!
Clear Creek ISD 2016 Tax Rate Unchanged From Previous Year

In the September regular Board meeting, CCISD Trustees unanimously approved a tax rate of $1.40 which remains unchanged from 2015. During the same meeting, the Board authorized the use of $2 million in increased fund balance to pay down debt.

Facility Advisory Committee Charges & Guidelines Approved

The CCISD Board of Trustees approved the charges and guidelines for a 2016-2017 Facility Advisory Committee  to closely examine and recommend a list of prioritized capital projects aimed to meet the District's growth and replacement needs over the next three to five years. 


New Student Learning Support Center

When the dust settles and the state-of-the-art Clear Lake High School is complete, the adjacent Clear Lake 9 th  Grade Center will be repurposed as a hub of student collaboration and community partnerships.


Clear Creek ISD's Innovation Bid with Texas Education Agency

It may seem unnecessary for a high performing school district like CCISD to seek state permission to be innovative, but the state-designation will allow the school district further flexibility to meet student needs.

Falcon Pass Elementary Receives Innovative Grant from CCEF

Falcon Pass Elementary received a  $50,000 Special Innovative Grant from the Clear Creek Education Foundation for the school's new Leader in Me program.

CCISD Receives Highest Rating for Fiscal Smarts

CCISD is one of only 44 public school districts and charters in Texas to receive the highest rating of five stars by the Texas Smart Schools organization who compares district spending against student performance. 

CCISD Progress Reports & Report Cards Go Paperless

Effective for the 2016-2017 school year, all progress reports and report cards will be issued electronically. Below are the directions for accessing your student's reports through Skyward Family Access.

Wedgewood Receives Grant for New Community Playground

Wedgewood Elementary was announced as one of five schools in the Houston area to receive a new community playground funded through a $5 million donation made to SPARK, a Houston non-profit that develops neighborhood parks on school grounds. 


Art students from Victory Lakes Intermediate led the Pledge of Allegiance and the Texas Pledge. The students created large banners reflecting CCISD core values for their school.

The Clear Springs High School Girls' Water Polo Team earned 3rd place at the state competition.

Dae'reon Durham, a student at Parr Elementary, was recognized for helping his bus driver when she became ill on the drive home. His heroic efforts ensured she received the help she needed and students stayed safe.

The HUNCH program was spotlighted; Clear Creek High School was the first to start it 14 years ago. It is now a national program where CCISD students can benefit for internship and job opportunities through NASA.

The Clear Creek Independent School District is moving forward with plans to become a District of Innovation as outlined under state law. 

The Board approved the re-purposing of the Clear Lake Ninth Grade Center to a student learning support center. 

Video recordings of the monthly general school board meetings are now available online.   To view the September 2016 meeting, click here!
Our goal is to keep students, parents, guardians and the rest of the CCISD community informed on important news, highlights and updates across the District. There are many ways for you to stay connected to the District at home or on your phone to receive information and follow student's grades, attendance, schedules and assignments. 
This school year, Clear Creek ISD had more than 360 new teachers join our growing list of talented staff. Each with varied background and experience, but all who embody the CCISD spirit and core values. We thought we would introduce a few of them below:
Allison Etzel 
2nd Grade Teacher, Hyde Elementary

Clear Creek ISD graduate Allison Etzel gives new meaning to the phrase "coming full-circle." She began her first year of teaching this year in the same classroom, Room 322, that she was taught in as a second grade student almost 16 years ago! If that wasn't exciting enough for this passionate new teacher, she also has the comfort of embarking on this new journey alongside her mom, Amy, who also teaches at Hyde.

Zane Bora
7th Grade Texas H isto ry Teacher
Clear Creek Intermediate

When you have the initials of three CCISD teachers engraved in your college ring, it is clear where your passion stems! Zane Bora, 22, has added a long list of professional achievements to his resume ever since graduating from Clear Creek High School in 2012, including graduating Magna Cum Laude from Stephen F. Austin State University, but having the opportunity to return to the District he has always called home to teach is at the top of that list. His passion for education was first sparked by a talented educator at League City Intermediate, Janet Hawes. His desire to teach grew when he earned the Alpha Delta Kappa future educator scholarship through the Teaching Education Training program at CCHS, in which he is still the only male to do so to this day. Zane will now return to the school he completed his student teaching at in college for his first year of teaching, and dedicates his success and passion for education to his many mentors in CCISD and his devoted family.
Edward (Jaycob) Freeman 
Social Studies Teacher & Assistant Offensive Line Football Coach
Clear Springs High School

Along with his new titles of teacher and coach, Jaycob also has a special opportunity to add-in that fact that he is the first Clear Springs High School graduate to be hired on to teach there after college! He is part of the class of 2011, which was the first four-year class to graduate from CSHS since opening in 2007. Jaycob has always felt a calling to become a coach and teacher for as long as he can remember, and hopes his passion for supporting and guiding students to become better learners and better people will be a positive influence to the staff who taught him not so long ago.


The inaugural class of the Clear Creek ISD 2016 Athletic Hall of Honor was inducted and celebrated during a special ceremony on September 23 at CCISD Challenger Columbia Stadium. T he Hall of Honor was formed this year to recognize the efforts and contributions of former CCISD student athletes, coaches and teams who have brought distinction, honor and excellence to themselves and to the District. Nominations this year were only sought for candidates active or enrolled from 1948 to 1972 and whose athletic career was linked to the former Webster High School or Clear Creek High School. The names of the individuals and teams will forever be etched on the home side concourse of the stadium and the second floor of the Fieldhouse.


The Clear Creek Independent School District is committed to ensuring safe and nurturing learning environments for students and staff. We strive every day to create an intentional culture of school safety, and believe that everyone deserves to be physically and emotionally safe. In February 2014, the CCISD Board of Trustees approved $1.8 million in capital improvements to further enhance the physical security inside and around elementary schools. Of the committed funds, CCISD has expended $1,442,378 to date on upgrades described in this report, leaving a balance of $392,164 for future safety improvements. 
The Clear Creek Independent School District believes education is a joint partnership between parents and the community. CCISD is made up of dozens of groups and populations all working together to advance and promote excellence in education for students. T hrough various initiatives, CCISD sets out to educate and engage these district stakeholders and constituents in all matters of education, creating an open and interactive culture. 

O ne such initiative is  Interested Neighbors Staying Informed on District Efforts (INSIDE) CCISD. This leadership program brings our 13 municipalities and its citizens together to learn about the school district and encourage members to become CCISD advocates and even future leaders.

You are invited to hop on the bus and join us from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on November 15 as we journey through CCISD on a INSIDE Field Trip to Seabrook Intermediate, Falcon Pass Elementary and Clear Lake High School. LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE!

Dine Out on Monday, October 3 at 67 participating local restaurants and a percentage of their sales will be donated to the Clear Creek Education Foundation to benefit students and teachers in CCISD. The elementary and secondary school with the highest percentage of participation based on student population will win $1,000! Just write the name of your school on your receipt and turn it into the star-shaped box provided at each restaurant.