The Clear Creek ISD board of trustees approved the district’s Vision 2030 plan at the March 27 meeting.

As part of the plan, the district is considering expanding its tuition-based prekindergarten offerings, scaling up its Leader in Me program to a districtwide level, modifying learning spaces and expanding student programming, according to a presentation by Superintendent Karen Engle.

“[The plan was] months of work focused on students,” Engle said. “Students have really driven our work.”

Following the approval, the district will now begin to develop action plans, and the CCISD Facility Advisory Committee will consider necessary facility modifications throughout meetings in the spring.

“I think this is a very good plan, and I think that the goals it sets forward are achievable and precise,” board Trustee Scott Bowen said. “I think that’s a hallmark of good planning.”

The district plans to conduct a market study to gauge whether it is feasible to expand tuition-based prekindergarten offerings and will also seek legislative support to fully fund prekindergarten for each 4-year-old in Texas.

“We know the demand for tuition-based prekindergarten is really high,” Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education Holly Hughes said.

The district also plans to develop proposals to support the creation of innovation centers at 10 intermediate schools and/or four schools of innovation.

Furthermore, the district also plans to expand career exploration options for students in sixth to eighth grades and develop additional high school career and technical education programs.