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CCISD Livestock Show & Auction Celebrates 40 Years of Tradition and Champions

Clear Creek ISD is proud to announce that from January 18-20, the hard work and dedication of hundreds of students over the past several months will culminate for the District’s 40th Annual Livestock Show and Auction.

Learn more and help share the news:

Download, Post and Share the Show Flyer

Visit the Show Website at ccisd.net/livestockshow

Watch the 2022 Show Preview Video

The Clear Creek ISD Livestock Show and Auction is a cherished tradition for students, teachers and the greater community.

“It’s inspiring, year after year, to watch how our community comes together to recognize our students’ devotion to their animals and other agriculture projects,” said Career and Technical Education Program Manager JT Buford. “This show of support demonstrates to our students the importance our community places on this critical industry and career field.”

Much has changed over the past 40 years, but some aspects of CCISD’s Agriculture programs, and the annual Show in particular, remain constant. Clear Lake High School agriculture teacher Kylie Smith was a student in the program nearly ten years ago, also at Clear Lake High School.

“As a student, I developed a great relationship with one of my former Ag teachers who pushed me and encouraged me to be the best version of myself,” said Smith. “He is one of the reasons I decided to become a teacher. I wanted to be as influential to someone as he was to me.”

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The public is invited to come out to the CCISD West Agriculture Center to see Ms. Smith’s students, and students from all five CCISD high schools, compete to be named Grand Champion in their respective categories. Students will exhibit a variety of livestock, including steers, heifers, goats, rabbits, chickens and swine, as well as non-livestock projects such as floral designs, visual arts, food science and agriculture mechanics.

“The show may only run for a couple of days, but these students have spent months learning the importance of financial responsibility, time management and sportsmanship,” Smith said. “Some of my favorite memories from high school stem from my involvement in FFA and competing, and now it brings me so much joy to see my students making their own memories that will be just as special to them,” she said.

Below is the complete 2022 show and auction schedule:

 

Tuesday, January 18:

5:30 p.m. – Swine Show

 

Wednesday, January 19:

8:00 a.m. – Poultry Show

Immediately following:

Lamb Show

Goat Show

Steer Show

Heifer Show

 

Thursday, January 20:

5:00 p.m. – Buyer Registration & Dinner

6:30 p.m. – Live Auction

 

Clear Creek ISD students, families and teachers are appreciative of the community’s valuable support of the program and the Livestock Show and Auction over the past 40 years.

The following are just a few of several ways the public can be a part of the tradition:

Sponsor the Show: Sponsor levels, ranging from $500 to $5,000, offer high-visibility recognition opportunities before, during and after the 2022 Show.

Donate: General donations are used to help purchase animals that do not sell in the Show and may also be divided amongst all exhibitors.

Become a Buyer at the Live Auction: To purchase an animal, bidders are invited to attend the 2022 Livestock Show and Live Auction in-person on January 20. The buyer registration and dinner begin at 5:00 p.m. followed by the exciting Live Auction at 6:30 p.m.

Visit ccisd.net/livestockshow for more information.

 

 

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