Board Report: August 2018

Board Report: August 2018
Posted on 08/29/2018
Board Report

Board Report

Board Items of Interest

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Board Recognitions

A large number of CCISD students earned medals at the 2018 Special Olympics Texas State Summer Games in Arlington.

Brookwood Elementary, Landolt Elementary, League City Intermediate, and Clear Horizons Early College High School were named to the 2017-2018 Texas Honor Roll for student performance.

Dr. Laura DuPont achieved Master Trustee status with the Texas Association of School Boards for her successful completion of the Leadership TASB program.

Mr. Sanchez took a few moments to recognize the Clear Creek Education Foundation and Houston Methodist for supporting the Leader in Me program. Houston Methodist donated $500,000 to the program to allow for the program to expand to more schools. 

Dr. DuPont publicly recognized the community’s support of $1.5 million in donations to the school district for 2017-2018.

Items of Interest

The board authorized architectural services for districtwide security upgrades of doors, door locks, and shatterproof window film installation. The estimated construction budget for the entire project is $4.84 million.

The board approved the Charges and Guidelines for the School Boundary Advisory Committee to recommend school boundary changes for the 2019-2020 school year for elementary, intermediate and high school. View the Charges and Guidelines and more SBAC information here

The board held a public hearing regarding the 2018-2019 budget. Following the budget hearing, the approved the 2018-2019 General Fund budget of $346.6 million. Click here to learn more

The 2018-2019 Program Evaluation schedule was approved with amendments.

Item #9 was removed for further discussion at a later meeting.

Items of Interest

Four community members provided community input regarding English Language Arts instructional strategies at the secondary level.

A public hearing was held regarding the Texas Financial Integrity Rating System where the District earned the highest rating possible for the 15th straight year.

The consent agenda was approved as presented.

The board casted all 706 votes to Scott Brast for the Galveston County Appraisal Board.

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