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February 24, 2014

Recognitions (View Photos)

Students from Robinson Elementary led the meeting in the pledge.
Patrick Pan, Clear Lake High School Senior, received a perfect score of 2400 on the SAT.

Students from Clear Brook, Clear Creek, Clear Falls, and Clear Lake high schools were recognized for achieving the highest state honor for music, the All-State honors. The Westbrook Intermediate Band was honored for receiving the 2012 Honor Band recognition for the intermediate level.

Sydney Carrigan, a third grade student at Ross Elementary, received the national Grand Prize for her essay in the Never Give Up, Encourage Others, and Do Your Best.
Board Items of Interest

The Board unanimously approved $1.8 million to improve the physical security inside and around our schools. For the past year, a third-party safety company has audited every elementary school and has made comprehensive recommendations to further the District’s goal to provide a safe and effective environment for children. The recommendations will change the way we conduct school business, especially in the area of how visitors are checked into the school. The plan presented to the Board of Trustees also includes comprehensive safety training for all employees.

The Board accepted the Instructional Materials Allotment committee’s recommendation to purchase $3.0 million in instructional and digital resources for K-12 Science, K-8 Mathematics, and K-5 Technology Applications.

The Board approved Cerina Blacksmith as Assistant Principal of Clear Falls High School.

The Board approved an increase for penalties for delinquent property taxes from 15% to 20% for future delinquent taxes.

In a 4-3 vote, the Board approved “Challenger Columbia Stadium” as the name of the second district stadium. The name was one of three brought forward by a CCISD Naming Committee.

The CCISD Technology Department provided the Board an update on the Latitude 2 Learn initiative as well as other projects funded under the 2013 Bond program. Dell Latitude 10 tablets were successfully deployed to all 9th and 10th grade students in January. More than 300 professional learning sessions for teachers. The devices have allowed students to learn at any time, any place and in any place.

All other items on the agenda were approved. To view the agenda, CLICK HERE.


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