In light of the fatal school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde CISD on May 24, school officials at Clear Creek ISD are implementing new safety measures for the remainder of the school year, according to a May 25 release by Superintendent Eric Williams. The Uvalde shooting claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers, numerous news outlets reported.

Police officers will now be stationed at every elementary school in CCISD, and school liaison officers will be present at the intermediate and high schools, according to the release. The district is also asking students not to bring their backpacks to the last day of school on May 26.

CCISD officials will also be reviewing their current safety practices and communication methods through their school safety committee. Any suspicious activity at the schools can be reported through the district's anonymous alerts website.

Earlier in the morning of May 25, officials had to put Clear Brook High School on lockdown after multiple students reported a social media post that showed a student holding a weapon off school property. Law enforcement officers removed the student from class and found an unloaded weapon, according to the release. Landolt Elementary and Westbrook Intermediate were placed in a brief secure mode as officers from those schools were brought over to Clear Brook.

"Clear Creek ISD has an active school safety committee. The group of parents, staff and law enforcement experts met last month," Williams said in the release. "We will reconvene this committee again to review our safety and communication protocols considering recent events. Changes and improvements will be shared with the larger community once identified."