A Digital Guide to Summer Activities and Student Enrichment
Summer School Information
Summer school is available for Intermediate and High School students. Register in person at Clear Lake High School starting Thursday, June 1.
Clear Access Summer Session
High School students can take initial-credit, asynchronous online courses in itslearning through the Clear Access program. There is one five-week session offered from June 5 – July 6.
Online registration is through the campus counselor and is open until June 1. Register in person at Clear Lake High School starting Thursday, June 1.
Seasons of Fun
Summer is here and CCISD is excited to share a digital guide to Seasons of Fun including camps, activities and student enrichment opportunities.
Public Library Summer Events
Click on the library near you to view their activity calendar for the summer. Be sure to also check out their homepages for the latest activities and updates.
Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch
Evelyn Meador Branch Library
Friendswood Public Library
Helen Hall Public Library
Parker Williams Public Library
In CCISD, it is our goal and expectation that all students continue to read a wide variety of books throughout the summer months. Maintaining a reading habit will engage students in the thinking and practice necessary for success in the next school year, while helping avoid the well-documented “summer slide” many students traditionally experience.
Elementary Summer Reading Choice Board
Elementary students can use the summer reading choice board for a variety of fun reading activities. See how many YOU can check off!
Summer Reading Choice Board (English)
Summer Reading Choice Board (Spanish)
Beanstack Summer Reading Challenge
Students in K-5 can participate in the 720 minute Beanstack summer reading badge challenge. Log into the SSO Portal and choose Beanstack to log your reading minutes this summer. Watch these videos for how to use Beanstack.
Beanstack Instructions (English)
Beanstack Instructions (Spanish)
Secondary Summer Reading Choice Board
For secondary summer reading resources, log in to the SSO portal and go to the library resources folder for digital reading options.
Recommendations for Summer Reading at the Secondary Level
You may find online booklists supportive in helping your student find something interesting to read this summer.
Here are a few helpful websites with book recommendations:
Winners of the Alex Awards
Texas Library Association Reading Lists
ReadyRosie Family Adventures Await You
YOU are your child's first teacher, so CCISD is pleased to provide parents with a FREE subscription to ReadyRosie.
ReadyRosie is an online resource with daily activities for adults to do with their children. Each activity is modeled with a two-minute video. The activities are simple and help prepare children for success in school.
Get To Know Your Community
We live in an amazing community with outstanding resources available to all families. This summer get to know our area like never before. Attend an event, visit a museum or jump around in a splash pad.
Visit Bay Area Houston
Visit Galveston Island
Visit League City
Visit Nassau Bay
Sora Free Online Library Access
Check out Sora* - a reading app that allows students to borrow eBooks and audiobooks online for free.
Students access the app by logging in to the SSO portal, clicking the “library resources” tab at the top, and then finding the Sora app. Sora can be used on any device and borrowed books can also be downloaded so students can access them without having to be connected to the internet.*FOR STUDENTS OF PARENTS / GUARDIANS WHO HAVE OPTED INTO THE SORA HCPL CATALOG, STUDENTS WILL ALSO SEE THE HARRIS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY E-BOOKS AS A CHOICE IN ADDITION TO THE CCISD SORA E-BOOKS.
Free Summer Meals for Kids
CCISD Summer Meals
CCISD will offer summer meals starting at select locations. Free breakfast and lunch will be served to any child 18 and younger in the school cafeterias and must be consumed on-site.
Kidz Pacz Program
Galveston County Food Bank Kidz Pacz Program is for Galveston County residents only and families must register ahead of time.
The Houston Food Bank provides free lunch or afternoon snack to any child age 18 and under at sites located in Houston and surrounding areas. Meals are served on-site and the child must be present to receive a meal.