Clear Creek High School News
Weekly Message from the Principal, Ashley Orr
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Proof of Residency (POR) and Back-to-School Forms
ALL students attending CCHS are required to submit a new/current Proof of Residency (POR) for the 2023-2024 school year. Detailed information about when and how PORs will be accepted will be sent and posted on the CCHS website as soon as the online Back-to-School forms become available.
Current students make the request through your Naviance Family Connection. If you are a graduate of CCHS and you need a transcript, please make the request through https://needmytranscript.com/. Members of the Class of 2024, we will send your final transcript to the institution you declared on your Senior Survey along with your NCAA requests, if applicable. You do not need to request this again unless your college or university has changed.
Student attire should facilitate participation in learning and should not impede on the safety of students and staff. The full CCISD dress code can be found here.
A few points I would like to highlight:
- ID's must be worn and visible. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL.
- Hats, caps, beanies, hoods, etc. are not permitted indoors.
- Clothing must have straps and cannot expose the midriff.
The school administration ultimately determines if a student’s grooming or clothing violates the school’s dress code. If an infraction occurs, the student will be given an opportunity to correct the problem at school.
Other Things to Know
IDs: As a safety measure, student IDs will be required to be worn and visible each day. Students will be issued one ID. If a student needs a new ID, they can be purchased in the E100 office for $5.
Lunches: Clear Creek High School is a closed campus. Students can purchase a lunch in the school cafeteria or bring a lunch from home, but they are not permitted to leave during lunches. Additionally, lunches are not permitted to be dropped off, nor do we allow lunch delivery services such as Door Dash or Uber Eats. If a student forgets their lunch, they should communicate with their assistant principal for assistance.
In an effort to maximize instructional time and minimize distractions, CCHS classrooms will be electronic-free zones (with the exception of laptops at teacher discretion) when we return to class in August.
- Students will be allowed to use their electronic devices before and after school, during passing periods, and during lunches.
- Teachers will have a designated spot for student electronic devices.
- All students will be trained on specific expectations when we return, and we will share this information with families.
We appreciate your support of our efforts to eliminate some distractions and increase opportunities for student success.