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“We are fortunate to have 44 wonderful schools, so wherever a child is zoned to attend, he or she will be greeted with exceptional learning experiences and highly qualified teachers,” President Page Rander said.

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Erika Nicole Diebel, 43, on Wednesday was sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication as part of a plea agreement, one attorneys reached after two earlier trials both ended in deadlock.

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Shortly after Wynette Jameson accepted a job as a journalism teacher at Clear Creek High School, her adviser excitedly shared the news they would soon have three state-of-the-art electronic typewriters at their disposal, she said.

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As the Texas 86th Legislative Session draws near, local school proponents are hoping to renew a conversation about whether the state might provide more funding for prekindergarten programs.

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The season of “back to school” brings a wonder of excitement. Children and their parents are nurturing existing relationships while also navigating new ones with a new teacher, new classmates, new coaches and new extracurricular peers. For many young children, they are interacting for the fi…

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Clear Creek Independent School District has passed deficit budgets several times in recent years, but usually finishes the year with a surplus, said Paul McLarty, the district’s deputy superintendent of business and support services.

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In the months after the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School, districts across Galveston County have poured millions of dollars into campus security upgrades, but some education experts argue improvement in mental health programs is more important.

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We all know that money is important in our lives, and it will eventually be that way for our children. The more they can understand about managing their personal finances, the better off they will be. They will have to face decisions about making retirement accounts, mortgages, auto loans, c…

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In the days after the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School, some people questioned why the accused shooter was allowed to be in violation of a school district dress code that forbade wearing trench coats on campus.

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An active shooter training exercise a League City school on Friday morning carried some extra doses of reality for the police, students and school staff members who participated in the drill.

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An advocacy group for people with disabilities has filed a complaint with the Texas Education Agency about Clear Creek Independent School District and its use of a Harris County alternative school, asserting district leaders don’t listen to parents and are illegally restraining students.

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Because of disruption Hurricane Harvey caused, only two Galveston County school districts received overall ratings Aug. 15 under a controversial new state accountability system that assigns grades on a scale of A through F.

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Despite a last-ditch effort, including a petition with almost 1,900 signatures, parents of students attending Clear Creek Independent School District were unable to persuade officials to approve installing metal detectors at schools. But they vowed to continue the fight.

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Clear Creek Independent School District officials have hired an Austin-based consulting group to help review its special education services, but a group of parents argues it should have had a say in the decision.

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Galveston County school districts have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars transporting students displaced by Hurricane Harvey, but have largely not received reimbursement for those additional costs, officials have said.

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The Clear Creek Independent School District’s security council Monday recommended increased law enforcement presence, student and staff badges and a trench coat ban, among other items, to improve school security after the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School.

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More parents have filed complaints with the Texas Education Agency over issues with special education at Clear Creek Independent School District than any other county district in the past five years, according to agency data.

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Page Rander, president of the Clear Creek Independent School District board of trustees, is facing a challenger this May who argues the district hasn’t been fiscally responsible enough.

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Clear Creek Independent School District is spending about $1.75 million on 20 new buses as part of a plan to update the district’s aging fleet.

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On Feb. 7 in the Challenger Columbia Stadium press box, a league of some of the greatest leaders and coaches in Clear Creek ISD history met to officially kick off the 2018 Athletic Hall of Honor nomination window.

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School district officials argue the tree must be cut down to accommodate a parking lot and say its remains could one day be formed into a sculpture, but several residents are speaking out against the move.

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The National Technical Honor Society in November honored more than 500 high school students in the Clear Creek Independent School District, consisting of 381 first-year members and 139 second-year members from six district high schools.

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During halftime of the Clear Lake High School versus Clear Creek High School football game, a special reunion took place bringing people bound together by a soccer ball that was intended to fly on the Space Shuttle Challenger 51L mission in 1986.

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Martin has served as president of the Gilmore Elementary School PTA and has held booster club leadership positions at Clear Springs High School.

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The new school, which will cost about $43 million from the $487 million bond, will be located on League City Parkway and will accommodate a capacity of 1,000 students.

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With help from JSC Federal Credit Union and the Clear Creek Education Foundation, the district purchased more than 47,000 ISO-certified safe solar viewing glasses to protect the eyes of students and staff, especially teachers and bus drivers, during the Aug. 21 event.

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Eleven campuses from across the district will have new playground equipment for students to use by the start of the new school year.

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The proposed tax rate for 2017-2018 will remain unchanged with $1.04 allocated for maintenance and operations and $0.36 for interest and sinking.

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