CCISD Teacher Resources

Families sitting at park, medical facility, and father and son kayaking

Live, Work, and Play in League City

The secret is out! League City is a great place to live, work, and play. Once a small bedroom community, we are now approaching a population of 112,000, and new families continue to move here each year for our affordable housing, recreational opportunities, and for the high-quality public education provided by the Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD).

CCISD teachers are the backbone of League City, and we are honored that so many of you choose to live in our community and raise your own children. We hope you consider calling League City home, but if you don’t, you can still take advantage of all that we have to offer. Our sweet slice of the Gulf Coast includes lakeside sunsets, gorgeous sailboats, fresh seafood, lush subtropical beauty, fascinating history, and all the laid-back leisure of life along the creek.

Live, work and play in League City
Picture yourself in League City

Picture Yourself in League City

Discover some of League City’s most popular activities and attractions by clicking on Visit League City. Then go out and explore, take a selfie, and share using #CCISDNewTeacher for a chance to win a $100 gift card to stock your classroom with all the supplies you need. Here’s to a great 2020-21 school year!

Opportunities for Your Students

Complimentary Coloring Books

All CCISD elementary school teachers are encouraged to request a classroom supply of the “League City Landmark Coloring Book” and crayons. The 12-page book provides an opportunity for students to show off their creativity, while also learning about League City’s history. Call Ashley Jackson at 281-554-1175 to request copies.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Helen Hall Library and the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center provide volunteer opportunities for high school students who need to earn volunteer hours to graduate. For the library, call London Lawrence at 281-554-1116. For the animal shelter, call Jasmine O’Keefe at 281-554-1376.

Teen and Tween Outlets

Have an introverted student that needs help coming out of their shell and meeting new friends? Have a kid in your class that loves to write and needs a creative outlet and feedback? The Helen Hall Library offers a special “teen room” with weekly programs, clubs, and classes. Click on Teen and Tween for more information.

Woman tutoring children at Helen Hall Library
Aerial view of nature center, young girl birding, and nature center trail

Field Trips 

Provide your students with a hands-on learning experience by organizing a field trip in League City. Here are some locations to consider.

Students touring the League City wastewater treatment plant

League City Water Treatment Plants 

At the City’s Dallas Salmon Wastewater Facility or Southwest Water Reclamation Facility (SWWRF), students can learn how the City uses microscopic organisms to clean and reclaim the City’s water. Tours are available Monday through Thursday. Call 281-554-1320 to schedule.

Wastewater Tour Group Picture
Ghirardi WaterSmart Park

Ghirardi Watersmart Park

Designed as a teaching park, students can learn about water conservation through the park’s rain garden, outdoor classroom, and native planting displays. The park also includes the 100-year-old Ghirardi Compton Oak, which was moved to the site in 2012. Learn more by clicking on Ghirardi Watersmart Park (PDF). To schedule a field trip, call 281-554-1156.

Ghirardi WaterSmart Park rain harvesting barrel
Bird watching point at nature center

Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Nature Center  

The Texas Gulf Coast is a birder’s paradise, and some of the best birding in all of Texas starts right here in League City at the nature center and several other nearby parks. For more information, click on the Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Nature Center

Butler Longhorn Museum

Butler Longhorn Museum 

Students of all ages can learn more about Texas history in the late 1800’s and how League City played a part in saving the Texas Longhorn from extinction. For more information, click on Butler Longhorn Museum.

Butler Longhorn Museum exhibit
West bay common school house

West Bay Common School Children’s Museum 

Give your students the hands-on experience of a one-room schoolhouse and what learning looked like more than 100 years ago. For more information, click on West Bay Common School Children’s Museum.

West bay common school house view from outside with teacher and students