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CCISD News - April 2005
CCISD Board of Trustees Seeks Members for a District Stadium Naming Committee and Stadium Names
April 6, 2005
LEAGUE CITY, TexasThe Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees is inviting citizens to recommend names for the Districts stadium. All naming recommendations must be received by 12 p.m. Friday, April 15 at the Districts Education Support Center, located at 2425 East Main Street.
Also, the Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees is inviting citizens to volunteer as members of a committee to recommend names for the Districts stadium.
The committee will be composed of members from the District and the Administration.
The Superintendent of Schools will appoint the committee chair.
Citizens interested in serving on the committee can obtain an application form online at www.CCISD.net or in person at 2425 East Main Street.
Citizens can also fax the form to 281.338.5928 or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All forms must be submitted by 5 p.m., Wednesday, April 13. All stadium naming recommendations must be received by 12 p.m. Friday, April 15. The stadium committee meetings will be held May 2 and May 20 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
According to Board Policy, all schools shall be named for:
* Distinguished, historical personage (local, state and national heroes or
The committee shall submit three recommendations to the Board of Trustees to be considered for the name of the stadium. The Board of Trustees will make the final decision.
The District Stadium serves the three high schools in the district as well as numerous community sporting activities and events.
For additional information, please contact the Office of Public Information at 281.338.5803.
This year 296 high school students have been named Superintendent's Scholars.
April 9, 2005
Channel 2 Sunshine Award
North Pointe Elementary School Principal Joe Wiseman receives the Channel
2 Sunshine Award.
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Creekside Students Create MED Ops Program
CCISD News - Students Have a HUNCH They Are Needed by Space Program
April 24, 2005
With the help of America’s high school students, NASA has found a way to develop training materials at a significant discount.
LEAGUE CITY, TexasContributing to the success of the space program is an honor few high school students can claim. However, on May 2, 75 career and technology students in the Houston area will be presenting NASA with the hand-crafted International Space Station training supplies they have been building as part of the HUNCH program. The ceremony takes place at 10 a.m., Monday, May 2, at the Clear Creek High School auditorium located in League City.
CCISD and Aramark Provided a Free TAKS Breakfast!
April 27, 2005
CCISD/ARAMARK Food Service provided a free
Updated May 7, 2005
CCISD Teachers Earn National Certification
April 29, 2005
LEAGUE CITY, TexasClear Creek Independent School District teachers Lisa Frase and Anne Smith are two of 195 Texas teachers who have earned National Board Teacher Certification.
Frase is a fourth grade teacher at Wedgewood Elementary School. Frase earned her certification in Literacy Reading Language Arts Early and Middle Childhood.
Smith is a fourth grade teacher at Bay Elementary School and she earned her certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist.
National Board Certification measures a teachers practice against rigorous research-based standards. The process is an extensive series of performance-based assessments that include: teaching portfolios, student work samples, videotapes and thorough analyses of the teachers classroom teaching and student learning. In addition, teachers must successfully complete a series of written exercises that probe the depth of their subject matter knowledge.
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