CCISD Pre-K and Kindergarten registration information for the 2020-2021 School Year

Full Day, Half Day and Free Pre-K Available for Those Who Qualify

For the coming 2020-2021 school year, Clear Creek ISD will swing open the doors of 27 elementary schools to welcome in the Class of 2033 and Class of 2034, or, incoming Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten students, respectively.

The current social distancing guidelines in place do not impact the initial registration process as the District utilizes a reliable online enrollment system which enables parents and guardians to easily register their student. Some required supporting documents can be uploaded during the registration process, and other documentation will need to be delivered to the child’s zoned campus beginning Aug.10, 2020.

Following are registration dates for parents and guardians planning to enroll their child in Clear Creek ISD’s Pre-K and Kindergarten programs for the fall.

Starting April 20, 2020

Starting Aug. 10, 2020

  • Weekdays: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
  • Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration and Document Drop-Off Begins at Zoned Elementary Campuses

www.ccisd.net or www.facebook.com/clearcreekisd to ask questions

Clear Creek ISD offers free half-day and full-day early learning programs for those who qualify, as well as a tuition-based Pre-K program, for residents who live within CCISD boundaries. For the 2020-2021 school year, CCISD is offering full-day Pre-K programs for four-year-old children at the following 19 campuses: Armand Bayou, Bauerschlag, Bay, Campbell, Clear Lake City, Falcon Pass, Goforth, Greene, Hyde, Landolt, League City, McWhirter, North Pointe, Ross, Stewart, Ward, Weber, Wedgewood and Whitcomb elementary schools. For a complete listing of both half-day and full-day Pre-K campuses, visit www.ccisd.net/PreK and select “Pre-K Locations.”

Special Services
Through the Early Childhood Intake Center, Clear Creek ISD also provides evaluation services for children between the ages of two and five, who are not in a District Pre-K program and are not yet kindergarten age, to determine if a child has a special education disability and if there is a need for special education services. The Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD), serving children beginning on their third birthday, is the District’s special education program to meet the needs of students identified as needing these services.

To schedule an evaluation when schools reopen, parents and guardians may call 281-284-0330.

Visit www.ccisd.net/enrollment for more information on qualifications to enroll in Clear Creek ISD’s Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten p

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