The department of early childhood education in Clear Creek ISD provides early learning opportunities for children who are three and four years old. Early childhood education increases student learning in language,literacy, and math and prepares children to succeed in kindergarten and beyond.
To best meet the needs of our students and community, Clear Creek ISD offers three early childhood programs:
Pre-Kindergarten (PK): Pre-kindergarten is an early learning program to prepare children for kindergarten who are identified as at risk. Pre-kindergarten provides learning to children who are 4 years old on or before September 1st. Pre-kindergarten for three year olds provides learning to children who are 3 on or before September 1st.
Tuition-based Pre-Kindergarten (Tuition-based PK): Tuition-based pre-kindergarten is an optional program for children whose parents want them to attend pre-kindergarten in Clear Creek ISD to prepare them for kindergarten.
Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD): The preschool program for children with disabilities is a special education program to meet the needs of students who are identified as needing special education services. The preschool program for children with disabilities provides services to children beginning on their third birthday. If you suspect that your child has a disability, please call the early childhood intake center at 281-284-0330 to schedule a screening.
Clear Creek ISD provides half-day Pre-Kindergarten for three and four year olds one one campus full day program.
Half Day Hours:
8:00 am to 11:00 am
12:15 pm to 3:15 pm
Full Day Hours:
8:00 am to 3:15 pm
The mission of Early Childhood Education in Clear Creek ISD is to provide exemplary learning experiences for our youngest students in a safe, secure and nurturing environment through collaboration with teachers, parents and community members to ensure that our students are successful.
The Early Childhood team in Clear Creek ISD currently serves more than 1,400 students in early childhood classrooms at 18 locations throughout the district. Early childhood teachers are highly qualified and certified to teach early childhood, English as a Second Language and Special Education.
The Benefits of Pre-Kindergarten
Pre-kindergarten benefits children, their families, and their communities.
Students who have participated in pre-kindergarten:
Have higher high school graduation rates
Perform better on standardized tests
Are less likely to repeat a grade
Are less likely to be placed in special education.
As they grow into adulthood, they: