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Dates to Remember:
Oct. 28 - Bay Area Medication Take Back Day

Oct. 30 - IMPACT: Bayside Giving Bach Concert

Nov. 7 - Student Holiday/Teacher In-Service

Nov. 9 - Special Services/SEPTA Parent Information Night

Nov. 15 - High School Late Arrival

Nov. 15 - College & Career Fair

Nov. 20-24 - Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 27 - CCISD Board Meeting
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Here is some news and information occurring over the past month so you can  stay Current on all things CCISD!
Trustees Announce Trent Martin Citizen of the Year

The Clear Creek ISD Board of Trustees is honored to announce Trent Martin as the 2017 Citizen of the Year. The Citizen of the Year is a stand out among many valued supporters in the community for their dedication to the District and public education through their volunteer and advocacy efforts. 

Second Class of Athletic Hall of Honor Inducted

 The October 6 Clear Creek High School vs. Clear Brook High School football game at Challenger Columbia Stadium served as a spirited backdrop for the 2nd Annual Athletic Hall of Honor Reception and Induction Ceremony.
National Merit 
Semifinalists Announced 

Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) recently announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including 38 students who attend high schools in CCISD.

We want our community to know how their bond dollars are being used. Stay current on our progress below as we work to improve the learning environment for students all across the District.
League City Elementary Rebuild on the Fast Track

CCISD has revised its phasing plans to rebuild League City Elementary, which allows students to get into their new school sooner than originally expected.

Clear Lake City Elementary Renovations
The Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the design plans for $16 million in significant improvements to Clear Lake City Elementary.
Campbell Elementary Plans Approved

The public is getting its first glimpse at Florence Campbell Elementary. The school will be constructed on donated land along League City Parkway.

Hero in the Hallway

Megan Keaster of Clear View High School was honored as a Hero in the Hallway for displaying CCISD's core value of Citizenship for her internship at the City of Webster.
Item of Interest

The school board approved the 2017-2018 CCISD Superintendent Targets. It focuses on  support initiatives to deepen personalized learning for each child, expand training and the implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support program, broadens opportunities in the area of science for intermediate students, and further improves communications within CCISD and the community we serve. 
One does not have to go far to observe acts of kindness in and around the community of Clear Creek ISD. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, students, teachers and neighbors banded together to care for one another during and after the disaster. But this character in action has been a mainstay in the District long before Harvey's landfall. The CCISD IMPACT project is the District's community service awareness campaign aimed to share with the public the everyday influence students are having on their world.

Throughout the 2017-2018 school year, the District will spotlight the wide impacts of community service events and activities happening at every campus and even District support departments.  Some of the activities that will be spotlighted may be expressly created service projects in response to the long-term needs of families impacted by the floods. While others have become cherished and meaningful service traditions in that school. 

Below are the latest IMPACT sightings across Clear Creek ISD, some of which the public is invited to attend. 
Bayside Intermediate Giving Bach Concert
October 30, 2017
7 p.m.

The Bayside Orchestra is inviting the community to come and enjoy music by Bach, Bartok and Handel while also supporting staff and students at the Education Village. Donations of restaurant gift cards will be collected at the door and given to those students and faculty impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
CECHS Students Restoring Armand Bayou
November 3, 2017
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

  Sophomores of the Clear Horizons Early College High School are converging on Armand Bayou Nature Center (ABNC) to help restore the prairielands. These aspiring naturalists already had their orientation and training on October 27 from Armand Bayou staff biologists learning the nature center's history and imperiled prairie. More than 120 students will spend the day cultivating and planting prairie grass at the nature center. 

North Pointe Elementary Locks of Love

Now in its fifth year, Locks of Love took place during one of the school's monthly Character Connection assemblies. As hundreds of students cheered and supported their peers' selfless decision, guest professional hair stylists did the shearing honors for eleven girls and women. The young girls unmistakably understand the cause and each had the opportunity to share with the student body their own reasons that they were giving away a piece of themselves.

Football fans and space fans are invited to come out to the November 3 Clear Lake High School vs. Clear Creek High School football game to help welcome home a soccer ball that was recovered from the debris of the Space Shuttle Challenger 51-L accident in 1986. The soccer ball, whose home has been Clear Lake High School since its recovery after the 1986 accident, completed its voyage to space in April of this year on the International Space Station as a personal effect of Expedition 50 Commander Colonel Shane Kimbrough.

Challenger Astronaut Colonel Ellison Onizuka had originally intended to take the ball on his journey into space on the ill-fated flight. His daughter, Janelle Onizuka, was a soccer player on the Clear Lake High School soccer team in 1986. The ball bears her signature and those of her teammates.

During the halftime ceremony (est. 8 p.m.), Colonel Kimbrough will be presenting the soccer ball back to Lorna Onizuka, the widow of Col. Onizuka, his daughter Janelle, and other members of the Onizuka family. Several members of the 1986 soccer team will also be a part of the special reunion along with other special guests.

It's more than a's the story behind it. Tell your story by etching your name in history with a Legacy Brick prominently displayed on the concourse at CCISD's Challenger Columbia Stadium. Declare your devotion to a campus, coach, club, teacher or team. The Legacy Brick makes a unique holiday gift for graduates, past, present and future. The keepsake tile may be ordered as an additional gift for your honoree and will feature the same inscription as your Legacy Brick. To receive your replica in time for holiday gift giving, brick orders must be placed by November 15. The Legacy Brick is ON SALE now for the special holiday price of $125 and the keepsake tile may be purchased for an additional $15.  

*The regular price of $150 will show when placing your brick order. The holiday discount is applied at the time payment is made*

Is science your 5th grade student's favorite subject? If your 5th grade student has a passion for science, then he/she might be interested in learning about the Science Magnet Program at Seabrook and Brookside Intermediate schools. All 5th grade students in CCISD are eligible to apply to the Science Magnet Program for their 6th, 7th and 8th grade years.
There will be student and parent information meetings in December and January at both campuses to learn about the Science Magnet Program, the application process, and ask questions.  
Congratulations to Wedgewood Elementary, Clear Lake Intermediate and Clear Springs High School for being selected as the winners of the Clear Creek Education Foundation's #CCISDSTRONG Video Contest! Watch their videos below.
#CCISDSTRONG Video Contest Winner: Wedgewood Elementary

Wedgewood Elementary
By Jeanie Davis

Clear Lake Intermediate
By Lee Ann Chapman
2017 CCISD Strong - High School Winner

Clear Springs High School
By Amber Pecsenye