Month: September 2019


CCISD endangers students during Tropical Storm Imelda

While Clear Creek ISD made a wise call on Wednesday, September 18 when it cancelled school across the district due to Tropical Storm Imelda, it immediately reversed all good will the next day. Despite reassurances via email, text, and phone that the district was monitoring the weather situation closely and was engaged in conference calls […]

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Community Relations

Is CCISD trying to start another war with League City residents?

Part of the 2017 Clear Creek ISD Bond Program includes $24,796,922 to upgrade the main transportation center located at 2748 FM 518 in League City. As part of those upgrades, CCISD is expanding the location into a wooded area – a little too close for nearby residents’ comfort. Because CCISD wrapped up this upgrade into […]

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Special Education

Mainstream media shines spotlight on CCISD special ed busing debacle

Incompetence. Arrogance. Cowardice. Corruption. These are all words that accurately describe CCISD and its leadership. However, rarely are all of these characteristics on display at once. But that’s exactly the special treat we received last Thursday courtesy of Fox 26 Houston, which aired a news report covering how, despite now being three weeks into the […]

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We’re still waiting for agenda transparency

Clear Creek ISD, much like the creek the District is named for, has a serious transparency problem. That is very obvious in its Board of Trustees meeting agendas, which are published on the CCISD website – with a catch. The BoardBook public agenda packet expands on the agenda items, but only provides a “tracking” sheet […]

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