Bond 2017 Information

 enrollment growth

Schools for Enrollment Growth
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Clear Creek ISD’s student enrollment is nearly 42,000 and projections have the district adding an additional 2,100 students by 2021. CCISD is at 91.4% capacity for schools.

Elementary School #27: $43,009,402 (2018)

A new elementary school for 1,000 students will be built on donated property along Highway 96 in League City.

Stewart Elementary: $18,952,357 (2018)

An 18 classroom addition will be added to the school and portables removed. Additional parking, library renovations, and a new intercom system are included.

Clear Lake Intermediate: $9,833,727 (2020)

A 10 classroom addition will be added to the school and portables removed.

Creekside Intermediate: $8,047,947 (2019)

A 7 classroom addition will be added to the school.

 

 aging schools

Aging Schools and Repairs
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Nearly 30% of the schools in Clear Creek ISD are more than 40 years old. Under this bond proposal, two schools that are over 50 years old will be rebuilt to meet today’s learning standards and 6 will receive major renovations.

Clear View High School: $45,162,961 (2019)

The original school was built in 1939. In 2019, a smaller high school will be built behind the existing school to serve the unique program of Clear View High School as well as workforce readiness programs open to all CCISD high school students.

League City Elementary: $46,938,285 (2020)

The original school was built in 1960. In 2020, a new elementary school will be built behind the existing school and will be constructed to serve 900 students.

Major renovations will be conducted at the following 40-50 year plus schools. Improvements include foundation/exterior repairs, increasing classroom and group learning spaces, updating libraries, re-utilizing existing administration areas for instruction or to enhance security, upgrading technology and adding a STEM lab to Ed White. All these major renovation projects include identified priority repairs and equipment replacements.

Whitcomb Elementary (2022): $28,598,565

Ross Elementary (2022): $20,747,320

Ed White E-STEM Elementary (2019): $16,443,354

Clear Lake City Elementary (2019): $16,015,594

Hall Elementary (2021): 20,674,344

Landolt Elementary (2021): $18,812,319

Armand Bayou Elementary (2018): $4,962,851

Main Transportation Center Renovation (2019): $24,711,488

District-wide Priority Items: $66,235,122

Major project total costs include priority repairs at CCISD schools and support facilities. Repairs and equipment replacements were prioritized based on the following criteria: updates to current construction codes, safety reasons or critical replacements with life expectancy of 1–2 years. 

 

student safety 

Safety Improvements 
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The bond proposal will address playground safety, upgrading campus security systems, and replacing school buses that are between 15-25 years old and have more than 200,000 miles.

Playground Replacement Fund: $1,500,000

75 School Buses: $7,900,000

Security, Surveillance, Access Control and Intrusion Detection Equipment: $8,110,333


 

 student programs

Student Programs 
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Second CCISD Science Magnet Program: $10,273,515

In 2018, Brookside Intermediate will be expanded with both classrooms and science labs in order for the district to open a second science magnet program. Annually, 200 students are turned away from the Seabrook Science Magnet due to limited space.  Total project cost includes a Fine Arts addition, and identified priority repairs and equipment replacements.

Clear Creek High School (2019): $13,722,229

The auditorium will receive a new sound booth, ticket booth, lighting, and a set shop expansion.  Priority repairs are also included in the total project cost. 

Clear Creek Intermediate (2019): $6,537,081

A new ground floor band hall will be added and existing fine arts and athletic spaces will be renovated.  Priority repairs are also included in the total project cost.

League City Intermediate (2018): $5,886,556

A fine arts addition and renovation of the existing band hall.  Priority repairs are also included in the total project cost.

Space Center Intermediate (2018): $3,199,013

A new rehearsal room will be added and renovations of the existing choir/orchestra area.  Priority repairs are also included in the total project cost.

District-wide Athletic and Fine Arts Equipment Replacements: $4,000,000


 

 technology  

Technology 

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Network infrastructure, servers, and support equipment: $17,305,000

Replace or purchase and install ceiling projectors in majority of classrooms: $4,300,000

New telephone system district-wide: $2,855,000

Funds for staff computer replacement program: $4,000,000

Student computer labs: $3,350,000

 

** Notes: (Date) indicates project start date and inflation based on project date. Bond Referendum includes 1% for project management and bond issuance costs.
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