TPIAR

Under Texas law and Clear Creek Independent School Board Policies, the Officer for Public Information will make public information available for inspection and copying as governed by Texas Government Code 552 (the Texas Public Information Act) and 20 U.S.C. 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99 (the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, or FERPA).

The links below will help you obtain additional information about the governing laws and policies, as well as link you to useful forms. If you have any questions, please direct them to the Clear Creek ISD Public Information Office, at 281-284-0020, or by writing to one of the following addresses:

  • By Mail
    • Executive Director of Communications in the Clear Creek ISD Office of Communications
      2425 East Main Street
      League City, Texas 77573
  • In Person
    • CCISD Education Support Center, 2425 East Main Street, League City, Texas 77573
    • Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (closed on Fridays in the summer)


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PIR Fee Schedule

Information on the associated costs to produce requested records can be found in the Clear Creek ISD Public Information Fee Schedule.



Cost Provisions Regarding Public Information Requests

The Texas Public Information Act Section 552.275 authorizes a governmental body to establish a reasonable limit on the amount of time personnel are required to spend producing public information for inspection or copies to a requestor, without recovering the costs attributable to the personnel time related to that requestor.

Clear Creek ISD has established 36 hours as the reasonable limit on the amount of time personnel are required to spend producing public information for inspection or copies without recovering attributable costs per 12 month period. This 12 month period coincides with the District’s fiscal year. Requestors who exceed the 36 hour time limit in a fiscal year shall pay all costs attributable to cost of materials, personnel time, and overhead expenses necessary to comply with the request, even if the requestor intends to only inspect the documents.

Requestors are exempted by Texas Government Code, Section 552.275, if the requestor:

  • Publishes news or information and is seeking information for:
    • Radio or television broadcast station licensed by the FCC
    • Newspaper that is qualified to publish legal notices or is a free newspaper of general circulation published at least once a week for dissemination of news
  • Newspaper of general circulation published on the Internet that disseminates news or information to the general public
  • Magazine that is published at least once a week or on the Internet that disseminates news or information to the general public
  • Elected official of the United States, the state or a political subdivision of the state.
The Act establishes detailed rules and procedures for responding to the requestor during the 12-month period, and for cumulative processing relating to the cost of locating, compiling, and producing the public information.

Information on the associated costs to produce requested records once the 36 hour limit is reached can be found in the Clear Creek ISD Public Information Fee Schedule.

Additional information regarding this statute of the Texas Public Information Act can be found on the website of the Texas Attorney General.

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