Campus Rules

  • The Killeen Independent School District (KISD) Student Code of Conduct will set the foundation for all discipline and behavior concerns at CCES.

    Clear Creek Student Behavior Expectations:

    Treat everyone else in a way that you would like to be treated.

    Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

    Arrive at school on time with all materials, including homework, ready to work toward my career goal.

    It’s ok to fail—it’s not ok to quit trying!

     

    Clear Creek Playground Rules:

    Treat others as you would like to be treated.

    • Take turns.
    • Wait in line.
    • Play fair.

    Keep hands, feet, and all objects to yourself.

    Use equipment in the way it was meant to be used.

    • No jumping off equipment.
    • No hanging upside down from equipment.
    • Go down the slide on your bottom only, feet first.

    Tell an adult when things go wrong or if you get hurt.

     

    Lunchroom Rules:

                 In Our Cafeteria We:

    Will clean up our area.

    Will talk softly when music is not playing.

    Will have voices off when music is playing.

    Will stay in our seats.

    Will follow directions,

    Will line up correctly. 

     

    KISD is also working very closely with the Texas Education Agency to implement Discipline that Restores (DTR) practices, a program designed to train students to resolve conflict in their classroom, school, home, community.

    At the beginning of the school year, teachers will work with their students and develop “Respect Agreements” by discussing what respect means to each of them as well as what not respecting means/looks like. The teacher and students will then sign their respective agreement. The respect agreement will be visibly posted and serve as a reminder to everyone in the class of their agreement to respect each other.

    Students will learn how to develop “I-statements” as a dispute resolution, such as

    1. I feel… (Insert feeling word)
    2. when… (tell what caused the feeling).
    3. I would like… (tell what you want to happen instead).

    Students will learn to make I-statements that are

    1. A non-blameful description of the listener’s behavior
    2. The effect of that behavior on the speaker
    3. The speaker’s feelings about that effect. 

    Students attending CCES on a transfer must adhere to all KISD, CCES and classroom teacher rules or risk revocation of transfer. 

    Cleanliness Expectations for All We must all work together to keep our campus looking clean and welcoming. All students, campus visitors and school staff - please dispose of trash appropriately in a trash receptacle. For example, leaving dirty diapers, empty drinking bottles, cigarette butts and other trash in the parking lots or school grounds is not only inappropriate, it is unsanitary.

    Please do not allow your children to urinate on school grounds.