Bond 2017 Information

Elementary Collaboration SpaceRemove Portable ClassroomsPlayground Safety RepairsPlayground Example 2nd-5th GradeFine ArtsElementary Collaboration AreaRebuild League City ElementaryScience Magnet ProgramPlayground Equipment K-1st Grade

Elementary Collaboration Space

Remove Portable Classrooms

Playground Safety Repairs and Replacements

Playground Example 2nd-5th Grade

Fine Arts Additions and Musical Instrument Replacements

Elementary Collaboration Area

Rebuild League City Elementary

Create 2nd District Science Magnet Program

Playground Equipment K-1st Grade

Bond Proposition for New Schools,
Safety Improvements, and Campus Expansions



 enrollment growth

Schools for Enrollment Growth: $ 72.9 Million 

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Clear Creek ISD's student enrollment exceeded 42,000 students in 2016. Third-party projections have the district adding an additional 2,100 students by 2021. Currently, ten elementary schools and four intermediate schools are at, or over, instructional capacity. 

  • Build the district's 27th elementary school along Highway 96 in League City
  • Remove portables and replace them with permanent additions at Stewart Elementary, Creekside Intermediate and Clear Lake Intermediate
 
 aging schools

Aging Schools and Repairs: $ 333.4 Million 

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Six schools in the district are more than 50 years old and two are more than 40 years old. This bond proposal would allow for two school rebuilds and significant renovations and technology upgrades to six. Forty schools and CCISD facilities would receive priority repairs.

  • Rebuild of League City Elementary ('60) and Clear View High School ('39)
  • Major renovations and site improvements to Clear Lake City Elementary ('65), Ed White Elementary ('65), Ross Elementary ('65), Whitcomb Elementary ('67), Hall Elementary ('79) and Landolt Elementary ('79)
  • Forty CCISD schools and facilities would receive priority repairs
student safety 

Safety Improvements: $ 20.8 Million 

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The bond proposal would address playground safety, improve and increase security cameras, and replace school buses that are between 15-25 years old.

  • Replace 75 buses with more than 200,000 miles
  • Fund an elementary playground replacement and repair program
  • Replace analog with digital surveillance cameras and improve intrusion detection equipment
  • Reconfigure the front entrance area of Armand Bayou Elementary
 student programs

Student Programs: $ 23.1 Million 

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Every year, 200 intermediate school students are turned away from the district's science magnet program at Seabrook Intermediate due to space limitations. This bond proposal would also include additions and equipment replacements for certain programs. 

  • Science labs and classrooms at Brookside Intermediate for a second science magnet program
  • Fine Arts expansions and renovations at Clear Creek High School, Clear Creek Intermediate, League City Intermediate and Space Center Intermediate
  • Musical instrument replacement for fine arts
  • Athletic equipment
 technology  

Technology: $ 31.8 Million 

 

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To maintain the district’s technology for instruction and operations:  

  • Upgrade network and server equipment 

  • Replace teacher computers and student computer labs  

  • Purchase and install ceiling mounted projectors for classrooms 

  • Replace district telephone system  

** Bond Referendum includes 1% for project management and bond issuance costs.
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