February 2019
March 4 - Board Workshop
March 6 - High School Late Arrival
March 8 - Elementary/Intermediate Early Release
March 11-15 - Spring Break
March 18 - Students and Staff Return
March 25 - Board Meeting
In this issue:
  • Trending Now in CCISD
  • February Board Report
  • Between the Bells with CCISD
  • School Boundary Changes Approved
  • Latest News
  • Car Rider Line
  • The Volunteer Cheer
  • Upcoming Events
  • Social Media Directory
  • Seasons of Fun E-Flyers
CCISD's weekly online newsletter recapping headlines, photos and videos from news media and social media accounts across the District!
Click here for the full list of recognitions and action items from the February Regular Board of Trustees Meeting.
Between the Bells is a new, bi-weekly video update bringing you updates on the go.
The Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved new attendance zones for the 2019-2020 school year. The changes affect 18 elementary schools, two intermediate schools, and all five comprehensive high schools. The board action follows an extensive community-engagement effort to populate the new Florence Campbell Elementary and to address overcrowding in several CCISD elementary schools and high schools. The high school boundary changes will go into effect for the incoming freshmen, only.

Use the quick links below to view the boundary maps and a list of frequently asked questions.

*An updated School Finder website will be available soon for you to check if your address is impacted by the changes for next school year.*
Click here to see the new boundary maps
Click here for a list of frequently asked questions
Fill up your idle time in the car rider line with CCISD's new podcast! The bi-weekly podcast provides an innovative outlet of two-way communication with the school community. Dive deeper into a wide-range of educational news, district initiatives, achievements and resources with District leaders, area experts and other special guests. Episodes are also recorded live on the CCISD  Facebook page  so listeners can join in on the conversation for that week before the episode is published.
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This  Volunteer Cheer  is dedicated to a special parent who took an idea from his student's teacher and turned it into a grassroots passion project that has impacted hundreds of students in Clear Creek ISD.

Marc Elliot had asked his son's teacher about ways he could help out. The teacher mentioned that the class never seemed to have enough whisper phones, which is an auditory feedback device made of plastic pipe pieces. Elliot found that making these devices himself was the most economical way to fulfill this request. After dropping off his first set to Ed White Elementary and posting about it on social media, he has since had requests from multiple campuses to see if he would consider donating to them as well. With the help from discounts through Home Depot, he has been self-funding the purchase of supplies and helping to make a difference in our classrooms.