A Muslim-owned Galveston restaurant has received an outpouring of support since reporting that had been vandalized with bacon.
Texas City overcame a strong start by Ball High with high energy and hustle as the Stings defeated the Tors, 68-54, in both teams’ District 23-5A opener Tuesday at Ball High.
As Clear Creek High School and its relative schools in Clear Creek Independent School District start their 2016-17 school year, they face many changes. One of these changes in particular is the beginning of a new method of teaching in English and language arts classes.
More than 1,000 students, staff members and volunteers from every school in the Clear Creek Independent School District recently gathered at Walter Hall Park in League City to host the annual Adapted PE Park Day.
Clear Brook High School alumna Chameka Scott has been in love with basketball for as long as she can remember. It was a love affair that took her from being a 5-year-old playing in a local recreational league to being the only former Clear Creek Independent School District athlete to make it to the Women’s National Basketball Association.
New 3D printers have been introduced to all high school libraries in the Clear Creek Independent School District through a grant from the Clear Creek Education Foundation.
There’s a new place on campus for teachers’ pets. A doggy day care center called Palomino Pups is now open at Clear Springs High School in Clear Creek ISD. Students enrolled in the Small Animal Management course and Practicum in Veterinary Medicine course within the high school’s Agriculture Department have begun caring for teachers’ dogs during the school day.
The month of January in Texas is School Board Recognition Month, and the Clear Creek ISD joins other districts across the state as they honor the countless contributions of these locally elected advocates for public education.
Clear Creek ISD introduced a new Student Information System named Skyward for the 2015-16 school year. The decision for switching to Skyward was made last spring by district officials who wanted a more organized structure for online education necessities.
Fine Arts are alive and well in the Clear Creek Independent School District and when it comes to finding their creative strengths in the Arts, students can choose from a vast array of opportunities including Art History and the mastery of two-dimensional media. They can decide to experience marching band, the soulful sounds of a jazz band, play strings in a chamber orchestra, sing in a choir or participate in a dance class to learn the latest techniques.