SBAC: School Boundary Advisory Committee
The SBAC shall examine potential attendance zones as well as related challenges associated with new and anticipated growth of CCISD and recommend new attendance zones which:
- Maximize the learning opportunities and needs for student achievement
- Make efficient use of instructional facilities
- Consider available data provided by district and demographer
- Consider constructive public feedback
Why is SBAC needed?
The Clear Creek Independent School District is a fast-growing school district. For example, between 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 school years, the district enrolled more than 700 new students. This is equivalent to an elementary school. This has been a steady trend for the last several years. There are portions of the school district that are growing exponentially in student enrollment while other parts are witnessing an enrollment decline. Maximizing the use of district facilities is important.
Recommend attendance zones for elementary and intermediate schools to the Board of Trustees
Make recommendations to the Board of Trustees for future consideration based on findings generated through the SBAC process
About the 2012 SBAC
The Board of Trustees charged the SBAC to develop and present new boundary recommendations for Elementary and Intermediate attendance zones for the 2012-2013 school year.