Clear Creek ISD Launches CommUNITY Education Partner Program
Advertising On Wheels to On Line a Win-Win for Bay Area Businesses and Students
League City – In spite of school funding setbacks resulting from the 82nd Texas Legislative Session, the Clear Creek Independent School District remains committed to providing a world class education to all 38,500 students. Collaboration and innovation are leading the way with the launch of the District’s new CommUNITY Education Partner Program. The program is designed to bring in needed revenue to offset the substantial funding cuts and provide local businesses the ability to advertise in a select few of CCISD’s publicly accessible platforms.
“We believe our community expects CCISD to be innovative when it comes to dealing with budget issues,” explained Superintendent Greg Smith, “Creating partnerships with area businesses is one way to generate revenue as we continue to look for other avenues to explore in our mission to provide the best education we can to every student in the District.”
The Bay Area Texas community is linked together through Clear Creek ISD. With 43 campuses that span 13 cities and as the second largest employer in the Bay Area, the District looks to further unite this close knit community under the banner of CommUNITY Education Partners and sustained excellence in education.
Local businesses, who meet content standards and guidelines set by the Board of Trustees, are invited to become CommUNITY Education Program Partners through advertising their products and services on school buses, Veterans Memorial District Stadium, and the District website, www.ccisd.net. These platforms offer a competitively high number of exposure impressions to the advertiser as well as the knowledge that as a CommUNITY Education Partner, advertisers are also funding the future.To learn more and reserve your space, visit www.ccisdadvertising.com or contact Eva deCardenas at 281.284.0020.