Clear Creek ISD welcomed students, big changes for new school year

HOUSTON – Clear Creek ISD welcomed back 42,000 students for the new school year. It's one of our area's largest school districts and it continues to grow.

“The excitement in this building is just bursting," said Campbell Elementary Principal Erin Tite.

School officials expect another elementary and intermediate school to be built by next year, and with the district expected to keep adding more students in the next several years, some big changes were needed to keep up with all that growth.


With a new school, new classrooms and new technology, Clear Creek ISD is welcoming big changes this new school year.

There's a lot to used to, but Tite says they're ready.

“We sent out detailed maps," Tite said. "We have dismissal maps, we have morning spot maps, we have arrival maps, and the teachers have a separate set of maps for all of their procedures."

The brand-new campus at Campbell Elementary will house 700 students, and it has lots of cool new additions, including "wobbly stools" for students who don't like to sit still.

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