Two remaining projects from Clear Creek ISD’s 2017 bond program will bid this spring. Projects from the bond are 85%-86% complete, district leaders said in mid-November.

The $487 million bond includes the addition of Campbell Elementary School, the rebuild of two campuses and campus additions to address enrollment growth.

One rebuilt campus, Clear View High School, reached substantial completion in November. Students and staff moved campuses over winter break, officials confirmed.

“We really have two major projects remaining that are going to be going out [in 2022]: Ross [Elementary] and Whitcomb [Elementary],” said Paul Miller, director of facilities services, on a November episode of CCISD’s Car Rider Line Podcast.

The two elementary schools are the final campuses set to undergo major renovations as part of the bond. Bidding for both projects will happen in April with construction starting in May and continuing through August 2023, Miller said.

“They were very challenging and very comprehensive projects that will bring those schools into the 21st century,” he said.

Improvements to Mossman Elementary and the technology learning center are set to finish in 2022 as well as playground replacements, per CCISD’s website. The last of the priority repair and replacement projects will also be completed this summer, Miller said.