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Volunteer & Mentor

Clear Creek ISD places the highest value on the involvement and impact of volunteers and mentors on campus and in the lives of students.

What is a Volunteer?

A volunteer is a person who shares his or her knowledge, skills, time and talents with CCISD students and staff.

Who can volunteer?

Parents, guardians, grandparents, business partners and any member of our community who wishes to become a part of the educational team.

What will I do as a volunteer?

Volunteers provide a variety of supports to students, teachers or other school staff. From helping teachers in the classroom, library or workroom to serving as a science fair judge for the District’s annual Science and Engineering Fair, volunteers model CCISD core values and are essential members of the CCISD family.  


What is a Mentor?

A mentor is a positive role model who acts as a sounding board, guide and a friend to a student. Sometimes, a mentor may be that one caring adult, most often for a student who is at risk, and who can provide quality meaningful interaction with a student to support and enhance their educational - and life - experience. 

CCISD proudly partners with the Big Brother Big Sisters organization and other individuals and organizations that create meaningful mentoring opportunities.

To explore the mentor program in CCISD, please contact:

Keonsha Bernard

What are Watch D.O.G.S.?

Watch DOG opens door for student at campus drop off

Calling All Watch D.O.G.S.

Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is an innovative school program engaging fathers, and father figures, in students' lives. CCISD is seeking male role models to serve their neighborhood campus as an extra set of eyes and ears and added level of support for CCISD students.  

When you submit the form to become  a volunteer in CCISD, be sure to check the Watch D.O.G.S. box when you get to the Volunteer Functions section. 

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Student Safety is Paramount in Clear Creek ISD

To volunteer and mentor in CCISD schools, future volunteers must complete an on on-line application. Completing the application permits Clear Creek ISD to conduct a criminal background check prior to clearing an individual to serve on a CCISD campus. 

Applicants will be directed to a contracted third party to proceed through the application process and provide permission for the criminal background check.

The background check is strictly confidential and and results will be processed through the CCISD Safe & Secure Schools department. 

Volunteer Application Form

School Safety Training Course

CCISD is committed to keeping students, staff and volunteers safe. As a CCISD volunteer, you are encouraged to take the CCISD School Safety Training Course which covers the District’s Standard Response Protocol, Communication and Reunification and Behavioral Health & School Safety.

Take the Course

Frequently Asked Questions


Clear Creek ISD Celebrates Those Who Give Back

Each year, Clear Creek ISD recognizes those who devote their time and energy toward the success of more than 40,000 students. Every campus names a volunteer of the year and an overall volunteer of the year for both the elementary and secondary levels is announced at the annual Volunteer & Partnership Breakfast. This special event enables the District to shine a light on the contributions of our generous parents and community supporters. 

The 2022-2023 Clear Creek ISD Partner of the Year

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Clear Creek Independent School District 2022-2023 Volunteers & Partners of the Year

Armand Bayou Elementary, Sherry Miller
Bauerschlag Elementary, Amanda Hill
Bay Elementary, Marie Henry
Brookwood Elementary, Kenia Bryce
Campbell Elementary, Colleen Leach
Clear Lake City Elementary, Eowyn Johnson
Ed White Elementary, Marie Simmons
Falcon Pass Elementary, Zachary Whirley
Ferguson Elementary, Karen Canales
Gilmore Elementary, Jordan Dunn-Ralph
Goforth Elementary, Phaythoune Philachack
Greene Elementary, Linda Cruz de Martinez
Hall Elementary, Amanda Garey
Hyde Elementary, Kristal Sheaves Powell
Landolt Elementary, Kristen Naquin
League City Elementary, Max Garcia
McWhirter Elementary, Alicia Baturoni Cortez
Mossman Elementary, Ashley Cyran
North Pointe Elementary, Zaynab Hassan
Parr Elementary, Douglas Alvarez
Robinson Elementary, Jessica Frankfort
Ross Elementary, Rebecca Walker
Stewart Elementary, Robert Kerber
Ward Elementary, David Conly
Weber Elementary, Juan Abrego
Wedgewood Elementary, Judy Hodges
Whitcomb Elementary, Richard Morales

Past Volunteers & Partners of the Year

Bayside Intermediate, Anamaria Delperdang
Brookside Intermediate, Chris & Denise Perry, Mindy Rives
Clear Creek Intermediate, Keisha Chadwell
Clear Lake Intermediate, Paula Hutchins
Creekside Intermediate, Sarah Prince
League City Intermediate, Vicky Fransham
Seabrook Intermediate, Alice McCalla
Space Center Intermediate, Trenton Smith
Victory Lake Intermediate, Dusti Suhre and Ashlee DuPont
Westbrook Intermediate, Jayme Sanchez

Clear Brook High School, Jessica & Matthew Carrion
Clear Creek High School, Stacey Dillehay
Clear Falls High School, Katherine Schuler
Clear Horizons Early College High School, Ursula Burden
Clear Lake High School, Brenda Sanzone
Clear Path Alternative School, Raymond Steward
Clear Springs High School, Jennifer Leonard and Phong Do
Clear View High School, Jan Bailey