CCISD school libraries are the hub of learning, creating and imagining.
Clear Creek ISD school libraries are the heart of every campus, serving the instructional goals of the CCISD learning community and inspiring the love of reading. Every campus library provides a deep and wide variety of products and services in both print and electronic mediums.
Librarian Contact List
Destiny Library Catalog: Your Own Bookshelf at Your Fingertips
Discover what your school library has to offer through the Destiny Library Catalog. Students and teachers may access their individual Destiny accounts through the SSO portal from any computer or mobile device to search for books and resources available. Guest access may also be found at the link below.
CCISD Trailblazers Book List
The Trailblazers Book List is a list of recommended titles created by CCISD elementary librarians. While the list is designed for 2nd and 3rd grade students, these are wonderful books for all elementary students to consider.
Family Tips for Developing Readers
A list of books that your student can begin to read and all other guidance to provide support.
- What Could I Read?
- Reading Challenge Ideas
- 10 Tips to Grow a Reader
- Questions to Ask Your Child About Their Reading
- Support your Secondary Student Reading
What Could I Read?
Reading Challenge Ideas
10 Tips to Grow a Reader
Questions to Ask Your Child About Their Reading
Support your Secondary Student Reading
Write It, Cite It: Copyright Tips for Students
Copyright law is important as it protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software and architecture.
A student should list all sources quoted and paraphrased in preparing a research paper. This documentation is required in order to give credit to the original author. This is frequently referred to as Works Cited and is added at the end of the research paper.
Each student in Clear Creek ISD has access to Noodletools citation platform in the portal. Please see your campus librarian for additional information concerning Noodletools and citation.
Using words or ideas in your paper, either by paraphrasing or copying word for word without documentation is considered a form of stealing called plagiarism. Examples of Works Cited entries recognized by the Modern Language Association (MLA) are included in this publication.
- At the end of a research paper, create a Works Cited by listing all sources quoted or paraphrased in preparing the paper.
- Generally, each citation includes the author (if given), the title, the place of publication, the publisher, the year of publication, and additional information if needed.
Tips to Avoid Plagiarism
- Do not cut and paste from the Internet.
- Do not use another student’s work as your own.
- Paraphrase and put information into your own words, and cite it!
- Put direct quotes within quotation marks, and cite it!
- Keep careful notes that distinguish between your own thoughts and the material that you have gathered from other sources.
Clear Creek ISD Library and Media Services proudly recognizes the following organizations for generous grants that provide valuable resources for students, libraries and Makerspaces.
A $100,000 Boeing Grant supported the creation of Makerspaces at every one of the ten CCISD intermediate school libraries.
The Clear Creek Education Foundation's $50,000 Quarter Century Club Partners Grant supported the creation of a Makerspace at the CCISD Learner Support Center.
Through the Molina Foundation Book Grant which included the provision of 36,000 books valued at $314,640, students from every corner of the District were gifted with new books to take home.
Clear Creek ISD Friends of the Library
CCISD Friends of the Library is a 501(c)3 established in 2012 to help support campus libraries through grants, recognition of campus library staff, advocacy of school library programs and fundraising.
CCISD proudly partners with a network of local public libraries for additional resources and events and to further inspire a love of reading.
Harris County Public Library Helen Hall Public Library Friendswood Public Library