The Department of Early Childhood Education in Clear Creek ISD provides early learning opportunities for children who are three and four years old. Early childhood education increases student learning in language, literacy, and math and prepares children to succeed in kindergarten and beyond.
To best meet the needs of our students and community, Clear Creek ISD offers three early childhood programs:
Pre-kindergarten is an at-risk program to prepare children for kindergarten who are identified as at risk. Pre-kindergarten provides learning to children who are 4 years old on or before September 1st. Pre-kindergarten for three year olds provides learning to children who are 3 on or before September 1st.
Tuition-based Pre-Kindergarten (Tuition-based PK)
Tuition-based pre-kindergarten is an optional program for children whose parents want them to attend pre-kindergarten in Clear Creek ISD to prepare them for kindergarten. For the 2011- 2012 school year Clear Creek ISD will also offer tuition-based pre-kindergarten for children who are three years old on or before September 1st.
Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD)
The preschool program for children with disabilities is a special education program to meet the needs of students who are identified as needing special education services. The preschool program for children with disabilities provides services to children beginning on their third birthday. If you suspect that your child has a disability, please call the early childhood intake center at 281-284-0330 to schedule a screening.
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Science Magnet Program
In the 1993-94 school year, Clear Creek ISD began offering a Science Magnet Program at Seabrook Intermediate School for students in grades 6-8. The school provides a unique science curriculum for all students while providing additional science electives and opportunities for students enrolled in the Science Magnet Program.
In addition, the site serves as a Service Learning Center for all schools in the District. The Learning Center includes a Living Materials Center and Greenhouse. The Living Materials Center and Greenhouse provide live plants and animals for use in classrooms across the District. Elementary school students in the district can enjoy outreach programs brought to their schools through the Living Materials Center. It is also used for special activities for the Science Magnet Program and Seabrook Intermediate students.
In 1996, the Clear Creek Independent School District established a magnet academy for the cognitively gifted and talented known as Webster Academy- Visions in Education (WAVE) at Webster Intermediate. The purpose of WAVE was to provide a unique environment for gifted learners and maintain a school within a school model. The pairing of WAVE and Webster Intermediate as one school was successful. In 2004, due to growth, the District moved WAVE to Westbrook Intermediate. In 2011, the District made the decision to open a second WAVE location to accommodate the needs of a growing gifted and talented student population. The second WAVE program will open its doors in August 2012 at League City Intermediate. Both WAVE programs will be alike and in fact, we believe this move will allow the District to improve our Gifted and Talented offerings to more students.
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Clear View Education Center began over 20 years ago as the Alternative Learning Center for CCISD. Since that time it has undergone many changes and continues to grow and improve every year. It is now the first of two district charter schools, with Clear Horizons Early College High School being the other and can enroll up to 250 students in grades 9– 12. It is designed to serve the needs of the at-risk student population for our district. Clear View does this by allowing students to start over on their journey toward academic success in a unique educational environment.
Clear Horizons Early College High School Clear Horizons Early College High School was established in 2007 on the campus of San Jacinto College South on Beamer Road and has earned a TEA Exemplary rating in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Students graduate each year with an Associate’s Degree from San Jacinto College three weeks before walking across the stage and receiving a high school diploma from CCISD.