Clear Creek ISD Site Disclaimer
The Clear Creek ISD web site is frequently updated and improved. New content will be added as it is available. Although we will attempt to keep information accurate, the accuracy of the information provided cannot be guaranteed.
Clear Creek ISD cannot guarantee the accuracy, content or safety of external links/site content that is hosted on servers external to the district network.
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Let’s set a positive example in the area of responsible digital citizenship. Before posting to CCISD social media sites, please review the following social media rules.
In Clear Creek ISD, we believe communication with all stakeholders develops unity. Comments from the public are allowed on the Clear Creek Independent School District’s social media sites and shall be monitored daily to ensure the comments meet certain criteria. The District’s social media sites must be structured narrowly to focus discussions on a particular interest of the District rather than creating a “public forum”.
The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest in the Clear Creek Independent School District. We encourage you to submit comments, but please note that this is not a public forum.
Comments posted to this page will be monitored. The District reserves the right to delete comments that: contain false information, obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, support or oppose political candidates, political organizations, or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, commercial services or products, infringe on copyrights or trademarks or are not topically related to the particular posting.
Information that is proprietary, subject to the attorney-client privilege or state or federal privacy laws, and information that subject to disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act shall not be posted on any District social media sites.