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CCEF Annual Report 2018 reformatted

CCEF Annual Report 2018 reformatted

2018 Annual Report

CCEF is proud to have funded More Than $3.2 million to Support Educational Excellence in CCISD!

The Clear Creek Education Foundation inspires educational excellence through
innovation across the Clear Creek Independent School District by securing a wide range

of resources through community-wide partnerships.

The Clear Creek Education Foundation is an established non-profit organization that
solely supports Clear Creek Independent School District since 1992. The Board of
Directors has diligently worked to provide innovative, hands-on learning materials that
truly take education to a higher level for our students. Our success of gifting $3,259,585
back in student programs to CCISD since inception is due to the tremendous support
received in our community from people and businesses that share our vision to Inspire
Educational Excellence.

The Board of Directors continue to look for new programs that will enhance learning and impact students. The
Leader in Me™ program is another example of how the Foundation collaborates with the School District to
enrich the education our children receive. Since this program’s introduction three years ago a plan has been
formulated to bring this leadership program to an additional fourteen schools in the next five years. With local
donor support of $634,000 already received the implementation is off to a great start.

The Foundation’s five-year plan developed this year lays out an aggressive strategy to gift over $5 million in
student programs by 2022. The continued collaboration with CCISD and the support of our community will
make this possible. We are working together to make it happen!

Deborah Laine
Executive Director

Support Teachers Inspire Students Enhance Classrooms Enrich Lives

Programs

CCEF encourages and underwrites exceptional Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS)
teachers to achieve the highest and most rigorous enables and encourages high school students to be first
standards set by the U.S. Department of Education generation college students. CHECHS students graduate
by offering financial support upon completion. from San Jacinto College South with an associate degree
Since 2007, 19 teachers have accomplished this as well as a high school diploma from CCISD. At the
with the help of CCEF. November board meeting, CCEF awarded $60,000 for the
2018-2019 school year which will be used to supplement
instructional funding. This brings the total to $445,000
funded to CHECHS since 2011.

Houston Methodist Clear Lake Pledges $500,000 to Expand
The Leader in Me District-Wide Initiative

Houston Methodist Clear Lake has committed half a million dollars
to the Clear Creek Education Foundation in support of the Clear
Creek Independent School District’s planned expansion of The
Leader in Me program in 14 schools over the next five years. Clear
Creek ISD is in its third year of progressively implementing The
Leader in Me program at its schools.

The Leader in Me program is a whole school transformation process
that teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and
creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that
every child can be a leader. This mindset leads to tangible
improvements in the academic, behavioral and social well-being of
participating students.

With funding made possible by the Clear Creek Education
Foundation, Falcon Pass Elementary and Armand Bayou
Elementary were the first two CCISD campuses to introduce The
Leader in Me program into their school culture. Both campuses have
seen the trajectory of their school’s academic performance rise along
with student achievement and positive behaviors.

“The impact of Houston Methodist’s generous commitment will be both measurable and immeasurable for years to come,”
said Superintendent Dr. Greg Smith. “Our students will be even better equipped to achieve their full potential, build the

skill-set necessary for success in the 21st century and access more opportunities for a better life.”

Educational Grants

An opportunity for a large scale grant up to $50,000 designed
to encourage and support innovative teaching and learning
impacting an entire campus or multiple campuses.

“Star Lab for Secondary Students”
CCEF awarded a Special Innovative Grant for $48,690 to
Julie Edwards and Toni Longino at Bayside Intermediate
School! The “Star Lab for Secondary Schools” is a grant that
focuses on areas such as space and earth science. The digital
star lab is a 360-degree dome, large enough to walk in and
hold a full class of high school students. The dome offers
curriculum support on topics such as moon phases, seasons, life cycle of stars, plate tectonics, layers of the earth
and rock cycles. This grant is a district-wide initiative that will impact 17,000 kids from 6th grade to 12th grade,
made possible by the tremendous support received from CCEF’s Quarter Century Club Partners.

Secondary students may apply for a Science Fair Innovative Grant to enhance their science fair project. Students

must apply under the guidance and sponsorship of a teacher. CCEF is proud to have funded $1,679 to four

students for the 2018-2019 school year.

School Teacher Student Name of Proposal

Clear Falls High Dr. Amanda Say Maggie Davidson DNA Sequencing of Bacteria
Clear Horizons Katie Bufford Julie Trinh Oil of the Future
Seabrook Intermediate Tammy Hyde
Clear Lake High Dr. Robert Hall Caden Ganley Shark Bate Hoo Ha Ha
Vaidya Parthasarathy The Missing Beat in the Stem

This program supports “Student-Teacher Innovative Projects.” An individual student or a team of students may
apply under the guidance of a teacher to implement hands-on instructional ideas that enrich the classroom
learning experience. CCEF is proud to have funded $10,943.34 to four student groups for the 2018-2019
school year.

School Teacher Student(s) Grant Title

Hyde Elementary Kelly Jones Hannah Heckler The Friendship Bench
Hyde Elementary Rebecca Caplan Cute Little Cubelets Club
Alexis Smothermon and Carmen
Clear Springs High Joshua Jones Belle Thomas CSHS Telescope Education
Program
Christopher Wilson and David
Warner

Bay Elementary Jewell DeLeon Emma Baudains, Wyatt Siebenlist Steam Innovation Lab
and Mikennah Baudains

Fund Fact: CCEF has infused MORE THAN $1.8 million in Educational Grants since 1992!

A Mini-Grant is intended to enhance classroom learning by providing needed resources to teachers that are not
available. CCEF is proud to have funded $21,856.17 to 53 teachers impacting more than 17,450
students at 27 CCISD campuses in the form of Mini-Grants for the 2018-2019 school year.

Teachers can apply for Teacher Innovative Grants to implement innovative, hands-on instructional ideas that
enrich the classroom learning experience in academic areas such as math, science, language arts and
technology. CCEF is proud to have funded $129,016.35 to 50 teachers at 21 campuses in CCISD for the
2018-2019 school year.

Armand Bayou Elementary Clear Springs High North Pointe Elementary
If You Give a Kindergartner a Mouse—Alexia Body Farm—Alexandra Farrington Virtual and Versatile Physical Education—Susan
Rotating Spaces—Amy King
Scott Charger Market—Lailah Villarreal Rizzo and Daniel Nowak
Models in Math—Heather Danek Magical Story Telling—Summer Brauer Flag Belts and Motor Skills—Susan Rizzo
Bauerschlag Elementary High School Video Contest Winner—Amber So Many Math Tools.. Which Do You Choose?—
Makerspace: An Innovative Upgrade—Jenny
Pecseyne Nancy Kramer
Mullins and Brandy Magdos Clear View High Monopoly Jr. Math Family Unity Night—Lacey
STEAMing it up in the GT program—Brandy CVHS Service Learning Day—Sara Langley
Falcon Pass Elementary Turrentine
Magdos A Spark of Genius—Deborah Adams Sewing Our Stories—Shara Mills
Magnificent Meteorologists—Margaret Building Character In Our Classroom Through Ralph Parr Elementary
DrumFIT at Parr, Ross and Hyde Elementary—
Derouen Characters In Our Books—Valerie Eadie
Running with Core Values—Jami Temple Break out of the Ordinary—Tiffany Scott Jason Goodsell and Elizabeth Kinbley
Bayside Intermediate Squish Learning into Your Brain with Squishy Making Math Fun with Legos! — Anna Lowery
Fast and Furious Physics—Julie Edwards Ross Elememtary
Intermediate Video Contest Winner—Diane Circuits!—Deborah Adams Quaver K-5 Music Curriculum—Crista Sereni
Short Reads for Long Term Success—Judy Space Center Intermediate
Matthijetz Forces and Motion—Kacy Allensworth and Ralph
Brookside Intermediate Sanders
Dunkin Dawgs Small Business Expansion—Erin Ferguson Elementary Hixson
Academic Beats; Drum Up the Fun!—Cynthia The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens—Ann
Kemp
Meeting the Needs of Low Level Readers— Austin and Karen Parker Thornton and Catherine Mossburg
Fun with Fine Motor—Samantha Gilliam Core Values Mural Project—Stephan Silva
Gretchen Meyer Elementary Video Contest Winner—Lee Glover Victory Lakes Intermediate
Diving into Learning: Underwater Robotics and Rainy Day.. STEM Stations We Play—Lauren Nye Learning Ally Headphones—Tamara Siverly

STEM—Joey Segura
Full STEAM Ahead into Learning—Tania Castillo

Brookwood Elementary Gilmore Elementary Ward Elementary
Universal Language of LEGO—Julie Landry Mrs. Daigle’s Math Stations and Science Full STEM Ahead—Debra Klein and Julie
Clear Brook High
Ozobots Steam in!—Melinda Hutt Support—Melissa Daigle Sorensen
Points, Polygons, Pythagoras and Programming— Greene Elementary Knex and Circuit Student Learning!—Debbie
Uniquely Cooking Deuxi’eme Partie—Melissa
Stephen Ornburn and Debbie Boehm Klein
Just Say Aahhh!—Angela Vong Magdaleno and Joy Frey Setting Students Up for Success in Art—Craig
Clear Creek High Goforth Elementary
Raspberry Pi in the Classroom—Anne Woolweaver DrumFIT—Erin Mayo and Jessica Jafari-Rouhani Russell
Flexible Seating Work Counters — Stephanie Hall Elementary Wedgewood Elementary
3D for All to See—Stephanie King and Archon Self Regulating in a Safe Way—Alyssa Markowski
Bellew Whitcomb Elementary
Break Out!—Lauren Gladney Lemon Auzenne IndePENdence—Jennifer Vargas
Clear Horizons Tracks! Engineering and Science—Stacia Hilbert- IndePENdence—Tonya Bentley
Project of the Future—Valerie Kahlich IndePENdence—Jade Michalak and Tonya
Transform Learning with Thermal Transfer— Greene
Hyde Elementary Bentley
Brandon Billings Robot Mania—Rebecca Caplan Explore the Amazing Possibilities with Cubelets!
Tiempo de Lee (Reading Time)—George Koroneos League City Intermediate
Clear Lake High Make It or Take It—Erin Logan and Katie —Terri Smider
Smartphone Microscopes—Jennifer Barbee and Self Regulation Took Kitt—Jennifer Vargas
Batenhorst U.S.A. on the Map—Jacquelen Campbell
Shirley Cook-Dickey McWhirter Elementary DrumFIT—Jordan Morgan
A Novel Idea—Shirley Cook-Dickey and Melinda Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How Does Your STEM Synery Lab—Kimberly Riggs
STEM Synergy Lab—Amie Prince
Hutt Behavior Grow?—Laura Casper-Teague and Architect Station Creations—ErikaMontgomery
If we build it, they will come!—Shirley Cook- Stephanie Todd
Cultivating Empathy Through Play—Laura
Dickey Casper-Teague and Stephanie Todd
Author! Author, too!—Shirley Cook-Dickey Closing the Gaps with Just Right Books—
Agricultural Experience Tracker Subscription— Stephanie Hirsch
Mossman Elementary
Mitchel Robinson Character Core Value Collaboration Resources—
Clear Lake Intermediate Brenda Sweeney
Boosting Chemistry Confidence—Anita Diverse Books for Diverse Students—Kate
Newmeyer
Prendergast
Live Video Streaming and Announcement

Background and Lighting—Lee Ann Chapman
Modeling and Investigating Biological

Processes—Jill Brown

Events
The Clear Creek Education Foundation hosted its 12th annual fashion show on April 22 at Mercedes Benz of
Clear Lake. Themed “I Love CCISD…District and Community Strong,” more than 220 guests were in attendance
and more than $28,000 was raised to support academic enrichment programs in the Clear Creek Independent
School District. The Fashion Show showcased many things CCEF loves about CCISD! Complete with runway
seating, hors d’oeuvre stations provided by 10 local restaurants, and talent vignettes featuring CCISD students,
it was an event for all to enjoy. The “CCISD Strong” Fashion Show was directed by national fashion event
producer, Lenny Matuszewski Jr., with fashions and makeup provided by Dillard’s. League City Elementary
Kindergarten student, Levi Maldonado, and his art teacher and homeroom teacher, Mrs. Aalund and Ms.
Barrera, strutted the runway wearing t-shirts showcasing Levi’s design as the winning artist of the Annual
“CCISD Strong” Kindergarten Art Contest. This year’s design was a Texas shape showcasing “The district and
community’s strength after Hurricane Harvey.”

The Clear Creek Education Foundation hosted its 3rd Annual CCISD Alumni and Friends TopGolf
Tournament on June 28. The sold-out tournament hosted more than 240 guests in attendance with every bay
occupied with alumni of CCISD as well as friends from around the area. It was a great afternoon full of fun,
fellowship, games and prizes! The tournament was in loving memory of Coach Jim “Pud” Williams who was a
longtime CCISD coach, teacher, friend and mentor to many. More than $26,000 was raised and will go
directly back into CCISD classrooms through the foundation’s Give-A-Grant Program.

The Clear Creek Education Foundation’s 4th annual “Dine Out
to Donate” event on October 1 was a huge success with 63 local

participating restaurants donating a combined total of more
than $29,000. Congratulations to the winning schools with the

highest participation!

Elementary: Intermediate: High School:
1st: Brookwood 1st: Clear Creek 1st: Clear Horizons
2nd: Ed. White 2nd: Seabrook 2nd: Clear View
3rd: Bauerschlag 3rd: League City 3rd: Clear Springs

The Clear Creek Education Foundation hosted its 18th Annual Awards Presentation and Gala on November 3 at
South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center. Themed “A White Haute Affair,” more than 350 attendees
helped honor many individuals for their positive contributions to the Clear Creek Independent School District
and more than $75,000 was raised for innovative programs supporting students, a new record for this event!

2018 Honorees

George B. Carlisle Award – Bob Mitchell
Distinguished Alumni Award – Christian Bionat
(CLHS ‘09) and Lynn B. Watkins (CCHS ‘66)
Valor Award – Michael Kramm
CCISD Superstar Award - Becky Day, Anita L.
Lewis, Dee Scott and Crystal Starke
Dennis Johnson Memorial Small Business
Award - Greg Ploss with Chemical Process and
Production
CCISD Citizen of the Year – Mayor Pat Hallisey

The sold out “Cruising the Sea with CCISD” Culinary
Cruise was a blast! Clear Creek ISD culinary
students prepped, cooked and served an exquisite
meal with executive chefs, and the Clear Falls High
School Troubadours put on quite a vocal performance
for all! Thank you to everyone who came aboard to
support! This was truly a hands-on, once-in-a-lifetime

learning experience for our students and would not
have been possible without the support of the Kemah
Boardwalk! 100% of the proceeds went to CCEF and
CCISD Culinary Arts to help continue to Inspire
Educational Excellence in CCISD!

Mercedes Benz of Clear Lake The Dodd Family Marcos Pizza
Bodie Interests Elite 24 Hour Emergency Care Merloin

Dillard’s Grazia Italian Kitchen Nothing Bundt Cakes
Memorial Hermann Southeast Greer, Hertz & Adams, LLP Oral Surgery Associates
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe Gulf Coast Educators Federal Rise Cupcakes
The Reserve Credit Union Robinette and Compay Caterers

Ron Carter Cadillac Hyundai HEB Salata
Ron Carter Autoland Hubcap Grill South Shore Grille
Service Steel Warehouse Co., L.P. JSC Federal Credit Union South Shore Harbour Resort

Ann Hammond Higginbotham Stuttgarden Tavern
Awards of Distinction Kendra Scott – Baybrook UTMB Health
League City Councilman Nick Long Visible Changes

and Kari Long

AMOCO Federal Credit Union Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co. LLC Texas Tail Vodka
Chemical Process and Texan Bank Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit

Production Texas Citizens Bank Union
Wade & Company, LLP Mahomes Bolden PC Hair Revolution
Hometrust Mortgage ViaQuest Financial Group Huntington Learning Center
Edgenuity Illuminate Business Group

Elite 24 Hour Emergency Care Republican Pete Olson for Congress
JSC Federal Credit Union Rylant Legal Nurse Consultant
J.Riley Creative

Lewis Jewelers
Ron Carter Cadillac Hyundai

Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Service Steel Warehouse Co., L.P. UTMB Health
Mott Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Harris County Attorney- Vince Ryan

City of League City Union ABF Printing Services
PBK Architects Joiner Architects Bay Area Houston Ballet and
Paradigm Consultants, Inc. Laura Varley
Ron Carter Cadillac Hyundai Theatre
JSC Federal Credit Union Haute Flowers and Finds
Maxim Group San Jacinto College District
MRI Technologies Alex Karjeker Kendra Scott – Baybrook
Rogers Morris and Grover Ann Hammond KWP Photography
Lewis Jewelers
Awards of Distinction
Bill King & Cherry Whitley NASA Flowers
John J. Lovoi, Jr. DDS - South Shore Norman Frede Chevrolet
PSAV
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery South Shore Harbour Resort

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
State Representative Dennis Paul

Angelo’s Pizza & Pasta Ichibon Japanese Seafood & Pappas Bar-B-Q
Aquarium Steakhouse Pappas Seafood House

Avenida Brazil Jason’s Deli, League City Pappasito’s Cantina
Carrabba’s Italian Grill Jersey Mike’s, Marina Bay Dr., Pappas Delta Blues Smokehouse
Chick-Fil-A, League City Pkwy., Pei Wei Asian Diner
League City Pkwy, Bay Area Blvd. Perry’s Steakhouse and Grill
Nasa Pkwy., El Dorado Blvd., Jimmy Changas
Baybrook Mall Raising Cane’s, League City Pkwy.
Chuy’s Jinya Ramen Bar Red River BBQ & Grill
Coco Crepes, Waffles and Coffee Joe Lee’s Seafood Kitchen Salata, Baybrook Mall Dr., Nasa
La Brisa Mexican Bar & Grill,
Crazy Alan’s Swamp Shack Pkwy.
DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks, Marina Bacliff, League City Saltgrass Steakhouse, Gulf Fwy.
Landry’s Seafood San Lorenzo Taqueria
Bay Dr. Longhorn Steakhouse San Lorenzo Mexican Restaurant
Luigi’s Pizza and Pasta
Eduardo’s and Cantina, FM 646, Marina Bay
El Tiempo Cantina Maggiano’s Little Italy Dr.
Esteban’s Café and Cantina Malay Malay Malaysian Restaurant Schlotzsky’s, Egret Bay Blvd.
Fudruckers, Nasa Pkwy. Marco’s Pizza, Marina Bay Dr., El
Skipper’s Greek Café
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Dorado Blvd. Sokols’ Greek Deli and Café
Gatti’s Pizza McDonald’s, 646 League City, Hwy. South Shore Grille
Gio’s Flying Pizza & Pasta Tommy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar
3 S.
Grazia Italian Kitchen Mr. Sombrero Mexican Zoyo

Restaurant, League City Pkwy.,
W. Main St.
Nothing Bundt Cakes

Opus Ocean Grille

Bay Oaks Charity Classic Seabrook Lucky Trails 5K Run
Galveston County Fair and Rodeo SSFC Tennis Tournament
Ride to Give - Kemah Boardwalk

Partners

CCISD Teachers and Administrators

Kim and David Barker Rebecca Lilley AMOCO Federal Credit Union Office Depot
Katy and Bill Bastedo Matrix Structural Engineering Allegiance Bank Ann and Jim O’Malley

Janis and Levi Benton Morrison & Morrison, Inc. Associated Credit Union of TX Walter Pinto
Janet and Randy Brown Orbital ATK Austin Industrial Primrose School of Victory

David Coney Shannon and Dan Newman Dr. Donna Sue Dolle and Lakes

Robert and Lisa Davee Glenn Royal Charlie Baumann Prosperity Bank
Dr. Steve and Jennifer Ebell Cindy and Alan Schaefer CKD Golf Carts, LLC Elaine and Gary Renola
Congressman Pete Olson Rogers Morris and Grover
Fittz & Shipman, Inc. Mary Ann Shallberg
Georgette and Chris Curran L.L.P.
Todd Hinz South Shore Harbour Resort & DBR Engineering Consultants Jayme and Arturo Sanchez
Hubcap Grill– Kemah Conference Center Estes, McClure & Associates,
Terracon Carol and Jim Saxe
Raba Kistner Inc.
Gurry Mechanical Nancy and Jerry Smith
Sold by Marita– Re/Max Space
HEB
Center
ISB Capital
Emmeline Dodd & Gene Hollier State Representative–
Dr. Greg Bonnen, M.D.
Jacobs Technology
Leigh and Chris Matthews Tandus Centiva
Natasha Valasek–Envy Real
Jennifer and Joe McKinney
Joan McKinney Estate
JV Industrial Professionals
Wade & Company, LLP
McRee Ford
Marilyn and Wayne Musial Whitley Penn, LLP
Peggy and Mickey Wooten
MRI Technologies
Xerox

The Quarter Century Club is a donor recognition program for individuals that was developed to commemorate
the 25th Anniversary of the Foundation. Quarter Century Club Partners are passionate about Inspiring
Educational Excellence by providing an educational experience that is innovative and creative on a larger scale
for CCISD students. These funds will be utilized each year for a Special Innovative Grant that is designed to
support programs of this magnitude.

Quarter Century Club Partners commit to a donation of $10,000 and may make payment in full or in equal
installments of $2,500 over 4 consecutive years. After initial $10,000 pledge is paid, a yearly donation of $1,000 is
required to continue receiving Quarter Century Club benefits.

Partners will receive special invitation and recognition at Community Partnership Breakfast; Recognition each
year as a Bronze Partner of CCEF with Bronze Partner benefits; Named
Official Partner of a Special Innovative Grant annually with invitation to
celebration activities; Name listed on website, marketing materials and
annual report and commemorative brick at Challenger Columbia
stadium with keepsake tile.

Arepalli—Karumuri Family Mike and Marilyn Huss
Grant John 10:10
Bob and Nancy Anderson Sandy Johnson
Joe and Jeanette Barlow Carl and Colene Joiner
Raymond Bartels Dr. Sandra and Gary Mossman
Jon and Sally Branson Ryan O’Hara
Deborah Davis Greg and Pam Ploss
Paul and Amy Dumphey Michael and Cindy Porterfield
Richard and Traci Dvorak Jason Powledge
Dr. Glenn and Sara Freedman Bob and Carol Robinson
Kaci and Harris Hanson Dr. Greg and Kathy Smith

Only 26 years ago Dr. Ron McLead began this foundation with love, insight, and a vision. Countless
others worked tirelessly over the years to form it into what it has become. Today, the Foundation takes
such pride in funding and fulfilling classroom teacher’s dreams of reaching new heights in the
education world and the ability to make learning come alive. All this could not be possible without the
tremendous support from our partners and a community that values the importance of education. We
thank you!

The Clear Creek Education Foundation will continue to strive for excellence and allow the classroom
teacher the ability to reach every student with passion. Teachers and administrators that are crazy
enough to think they can change the world…usually do! We want to be the stepping stone to build on their great ideas and
make them a reality. Our amazing community, you believe that too! We applaud you and appreciate your support in order
to succeed.

This year’s success could not be possible without the work of our wonderful 29 Directors. Their commitment to education
and the passion to take it to the next level shows in all the time and effort they put into every task. Our Executive Director
Deborah Laine and Marketing and Events Manager Kelsey McNeil, we thank you for your time, dedication, and
leadership. Let’s continue to work together to keep CCISD succeeding by offering a world class education. This is the
school system we want…this is the school system we need!

On behalf of the Clear Creek Education Foundation, thank you for your attention and your continued support! I can only
imagine what the future will bring…

Jill Reason
2018 Chairman



Jill Reason Clear Creek Education Foundation
Chairman P.O Box 1631
Jonathan Cottrell League City, TX 77574
Chairman Elect
Jim Stewart
Past Chairman
Katy Bastedo
Vice Chairman
Carl Joiner
Treasurer
Rebecca Lilley
Secretary

Joyce Abbey The Clear Creek Education Foundation kicked off its 2019 Campaign at it’s
Joe Barlow Annual Community Partnership Breakfast on Friday, October 12 at Challenger
Levi Benton Columbia Stadium with more than 250 community leaders, educators, board
Daniel Brewster members and volunteers in attendance. From robotics and audio-visual production
Kelli Byrd to music and engineering, CCEF funds a wide array of hands-on, innovative
Brent Cockerham learning opportunities for students that were showcased during the breakfast.
Gina Conklin
Deborah Davis We need your support to continue our success in 2019. Please make
Traci Dvorak a donation or become a partner today to Inspire Educational
Kimberly Fleming
Roy Green Excellence in CCISD students. Your support is meaningful and there
Todd Hinz are many ways to participate!
Scott Howard
Steve Jackson Complete the enclosed pledge card or visit us online.
Doug Meisinger
Dan Newman Clear Creek Education Foundation
Chris Premont 281-284-0031 | [email protected]
Danny Presley
Carol Saxe www.ClearCreekEducationFoundation.org
Mary Ann Shallberg The Clear Creek Education Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Tony Wood
Mickey Wooten CCEF Tax Identification: 76-0383447

Deborah Laine
Executive Director

Kelsey McNeil
Marketing & Events Manager

Dr. Laura DuPont
CCISD Board of Trustees

Dr. Steven Ebell
CCISD Deputy Superintendent

Arturo Sanchez
CCISD Board of Trustees

Dr. Greg Smith
CCISD Superintendent

Laura Varley
Clear Creek Community
Council of PTAs

Jamieson Mackay
CCEF Senior Advisory Council


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