CCISD in the COMMUNITY
CCISD Values its Community Partners!
CCISD puts the “public” in public education through the encouragement of parental and community involvement in all we do. Clear Creek ISD is home to a robust Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and the Clear Creek Education Foundation. Both 501 (c) organizations provide financial support for enrichment programs and more importantly, harness the volunteer spirit that transcends the Clear Lake area.
Your support of our teachers and students ensures we provide the community with the educational excellence it deserves and rightfully demands.
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CCISD Cares was created for families facing temporary financial uncertainty resulting from the slumping economy, job loss or other significant challenges impacting family income. Clear Creek ISD Cares is pleased to share the following resources specifically for the purposes of supporting our students through minimizing disruption to services and their day-to-day academic and extracurricular routines.
The Office of Public Information is responsible for reviewing and approving fliers and printed material for external nonschool groups or organizations for non-profit and youth-oriented programs and organizations only. Participating organization must provide evidence of nonprofit status. Please read the Guidelines for Approval of and Access to Fliers and Other Nonschool Printed Materials.The nonprofit organization must adhere to the District’s guidelines for requesting approval for public or student access of materials. Flier distribution dates for the 2012-2013 school year: September 18, December 21 and April 5, 2013.
Clear Stars Evening Education gives high school students who have not completed their high school education an opportunity to earn additional credits in preparation to receive a high school diploma. Courses are open to CCISD students and non-CCISD students who need to make-up deficiencies of high school credits and to students wishing to earn additional high school credits. Students may only enroll with the approval of their principal or counselor.
Our classrooms are only as strong as the community that supports them. Be involved, be engaged, and be amazed! We are always looking for volunteers to serve as partners in education. Volunteer TODAY!
Leaders Make Readers is designed to give kids extra reading practice one-on-one with a caring mentor and to make the reading experience fun! Volunteers help students develop responsibility, leadership, and communication skills while they serve their community and make a difference in children's lives.
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Even if you don’t have children in the district, you are a key stakeholder in our success. Clear Creek ISD’s Maintenance and Operations (M&O) tax rate is $1.04 per $100 valuation and the Debt Service (bonds) is .32 per $100 valuation. Funding our schools involves a complicated formula designed by the State of Texas whereby local school districts no longer hold onto revenue generated from property value growth after 2006. Read how House Bill 1 is affecting your school district. Please contact the Tax Office for questions regarding your tax bill.