CCISD Statement on Masks

CCISD Statement on Masks
Posted on 08/13/2021
CCISD StatementWe consider the health and well-being of students and staff in all we do in Clear Creek ISD, which is why we are implementing protocols that aim to protect the health of those on our campuses. These protocols include strongly recommending that people on our campuses and facilities wear face coverings when they are indoors.

Yesterday, August 12, 2021, the Harris County Local Health Authority issued an order regarding COVID-19 protocols for public schools located within Harris County. In a school district located in two counties, governed by an independent school board of trustees, and required to follow the laws of the State of Texas and rules of the Texas Education Agency, Clear Creek ISD will continue to comply with Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order which prohibits a school district from mandating face coverings be worn indoors.

We know face coverings, frequent hand washing, keeping your distance from others and staying home when sick will slow the spread of COVID-19. We plan to release a back-to-school video message later today which references these and other health and safety protocols and extends a warm welcome back.

Eric Williams, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Jay Cunningham
Board President


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