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Welcome to Clear Lake Intermediate!


The mission of Clear Lake Intermediate School, the model of innovative, diverse education, is to empower each student to be academically responsible and a successful, independent, creative thinker, through a personalized system distinguished by shared responsibility, mutual respect, purposeful decision making, integrity, and perseverance.

What's New?

Monday, May 29th, all Clear Creek ISD schools and offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day, a day to remember those that made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country.  School will resume on Tuesday, May 30th.  The last day of school for students is June 1st and will be an early release day with Clear Lake Intermediate students being dismissed at 1pm.  Due to the scheduled events and shortened schedule, we are not able to make any deliveries to students on that last day.  Students should not bring anything with them to school other than a lunch or snack to have during the day.  Yearbooks and a pen will also be allowed.  Please make sure once your student receives a yearbook that his or her name is on or inside of the book. Laptops and Tablets: The Laptop/tablet hospital is no longer accepting laptops or tablets for repair or replacement.  On May 31st, sixth grade students will turn in the tablet and charger issued to them at the beginning of the school year.  The charge for items not returned will be added to the student’s Skyward account and will remain on the account until items are paid for or returned.  The tablet is $541 and the charger is $30. Eighth graders will keep their laptops over the summer.  Information for summer repair times and locations will be coming out soon. Students are encouraged to have insurance coverage for their laptops.  If you have insurance, it will cover the laptop until the beginning of school in August.  If you do not, you may purchase it in the office or online.  Insurance purchased now will cover the laptop through the 2017-2018 school year.  The cost of insurance is $20 or $10 for students in the free/reduced lunch program. Library: All library books should have been turned in.  Please help us by reminding your student to turn in any books they still have and by looking around your home and family vehicles to see if any have been left behind.
May 25th will be the last day for students to bring their devices to the laptop/tablet hospital. 7th and 8th graders will be taking their laptops home for the summer and then will need to have them for school on August 21st; Eighth graders at their high schools, and 7th graders at CLIS. If your laptop is not working properly or is broken, May 25th is the last day to turn it in for repair or replacement.If it is broken and will need to be replaced, you need to check with the office to verify whether or not you have insurance. If you do not, you will be charged the cost of the repair. You may purchase insurance in the office or online if you need it.  The cost of insurance is $20 ($10 if you are in the free/reduced lunch program).
Monday, May 15th we will conduct a device check for only 7th and 8th grade laptops. Each student must have their device with them to be checked by their 1st period teacher. If they do not bring it to be checked before Friday, May 19th it will be assumed lost or stolen and a police report will be initiated. The device costs $541 and will be added to the student's Skyward account until the device is recovered.  If your student has lost their charger, one can be purchased at Purchase the Dell Slim Power Adapter 65. Your child will be bringing his/her device home over the summer. It is advisable that insurance has been purchased. The insurance cost is $20 for each school year (and following summer); $10 for those students on free/reduced lunch.  The insurance form is available online and in the front office.  Payments can be accepted online by credit card or in the office by cash, check, or money order.. If you have any questions, please call the front office during school hours at 281-284-3200.
Clear View High School Parent Informational Tuesday, May 16th @ 6:30 p.m.   Is your child more successful with smaller classrooms? Does your child need more one on one instructional time? Does your child need a more structured high school environment with fewer distractions? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Clear View High School just may be the place for your child. Please come to the Clear View High School Parent Informational Tuesday, May 16th at 6:30pm to learn more about how Clear View serves the students and families of Clear Creek Independent School District. Success in high school is important to all families, and in CCISD your child’s success is our top priority! For more information check out or call Clear View High School at 281-284-1500.
As STAAR testing approaches we would like to make families aware of the schedule and some reminders for May 8th through May 11th. Monday, May 8th and Tuesday, May 9th - Sixth and 7th graders will take the Math and Reading STAAR tests. There is also a small group of 8th graders that will be taking Math and Reading STAAR Re-tests. Testing will be from 9am to about 2pm and we will be on an alternate bell schedule. Testing students will be provided with bottled water and a snack during testing time. There will only be sack lunches sold in the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday. Monday will be a chicken sandwich. Tuesday will be a ham and cheese sub. Eighth graders will attend regular classes. Wednesday, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th - Eighth graders will take the Science and Social Studies STAAR tests. Testing will be from 9am to about 1:45 pm. Testing students will be provided with bottled water and a snack during testing time. Sixth and 7th graders will attend regular classes. We will have an alternate bell schedule and grade level lunches with regular lunch offerings in the cafeteria. REMINDERS: • Free breakfast will be served in the Cafeteria all 4 days • The following items will not be allowed in classrooms: Fidget toys, spinners, cell phones, smart watches, blankets, pillows, stuffed animals. • Regular dress code is in force – no pajamas, slippers, flip-flops, shower shoes, sliders • Lightweight or warm-up jackets are recommended as some of the classrooms can get cold. • Please do not bring deliveries during testing, including lunches and other items, for any grade level.