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Clear Creek Independent School District
Board of Trustees
by Garrett Bryce
Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday voted unanimously to name the G.W. Robinson Elementary School library after Principal Jim Stephens, who recently retired from the district.

“Jim Stephens has served Clear Creek Independent School District for 40 years,” Superintendent Dr. Greg Smith said.  “He began his career as a teacher in Clear Creek and Clear Lake High Schools. Next, he served as an assistant principal at Clear Lake Intermediate. He was soon promoted to principal at Seabrook Intermediate. His expertise and experience finally lead him to open three new schools, Space Center Intermediate, Weber Elementary, and G.W. Robinson Elementary.”

The school board voted unanimously to call an election for May 14.  On the ballot will be trustee seats in District 2, District 3 and District 4, which are currently held by Win Weber, Ken Baliker and Page Rander, respectively.

The school board voted unanimously to approve a joint election agreement with the City of Nassau Bay for the May 14 election.

The school board voted unanimously to rescind a contract for Rogers, Morris, Grover LLP for in-house counsel services.

The school board voted unanimously to name Sheila Haddock as full-time general counsel for the school district. The item was discussed during an executive session.

The school board voted 6-0-1, with Trustee Page Rander abstaining from the vote, to award a landscape maintenance contract to Bio Landscape & Maintenance, Inc., Cornerstone Maintenance, Inc., and Metropolitan Landscape Management.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda

During the meeting, Houston City Council Member Mike Sullivan presented a proclamation declaring January CCISD Board Appreciation Month. The proclamation was presented on behalf of Houston Mayor Annise Parker.

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