BACK TO SCHOOL AFTER THE STORM: Damage Update

BACK TO SCHOOL AFTER THE STORM: Damage Update
Posted on 09/06/2017
Damage update

The Clear Creek Independent School District will reopen its doors for students on Monday, September 11 following a two-week closure due to Hurricane and Tropical Storm Harvey. Clear Creek ISD is the 28th largest school district in Texas, serving more than 42,000 students across 45 schools. The storm damaged 44 schools ranging from minor roof leaks to significant flooding due to rising water. Of the 44 schools, Brookside Intermediate in Friendswood suffered the most significant damage and while the school will reopen, crews will continue to work there for several more weeks. Costs related to the storm are not available at this time.

Clear Brook High School: Minor roof leaks- wind-driven rain under doors- flooding to outdoor athletic areas

Clear Creek High School: Minor roof leaks- wet carpet and casework in certain areas will need to be replaced- flooding to outdoor athletic areas

Clear Falls High School: Baseball press box, softball press box, concessions/restrooms/storage batting cage all flooded with 8 inches of water- synthetic turf damage

Clear Lake High School and Clear Lake 9th Grade Center: Minor roof leaks due to wind-driven rain- synthetic turf damage

Clear Springs High School: Outdoor athletic buildings such as baseball and softball press boxes, concession stands and restrooms flooded with 2-4 feet of rising water- minor roof leaks

Clear View High School: Significant roof leaks throughout building

Bayside Intermediate: All athletic buildings flooded with 8 inches of rising water- minor roof leaks due to wind-driven rain

Brookside Intermediate: Significant damage to entire building due to 4” to 5” of rising water- library damage- all casework and carpet throughout school need to be replaced- gym floor needs replacement

Clear Creek Intermediate: Various minor roof leaks

Clear Lake Intermediate: Various minor roof leaks

Creekside Intermediate: Roof leaks and wind-driven rain around school

League City Intermediate: Orchestra and choir area flooded with rising water- various roof leaks throughout campus

Seabrook Intermediate: Roof leaks and wind-driven rain around campus

Space Center Intermediate: Wind-driven rain in classrooms facing Saturn Lane

Victory Lakes Intermediate: Roof leaks

Westbrook Intermediate: Administration area flooded- various roof leaks

Armand Bayou Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Bauerschlag Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Bay Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Brookwood Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Clear Lake City Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Falcon Pass Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Ferguson Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Gilmore Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Goforth Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Greene Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Hall Elementary: Rising water in rooms adjacent to atriums- various roof leaks

Hyde Elementary: No damage

Landolt Elementary: Rising water in rooms adjacent to atriums- various roof leaks

League City Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

McWhirter Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Mossman Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

North Pointe Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Parr Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Robinson Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Ross Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Stewart Elementary: Cafeteria and kitchen flooded with 3” of rising water- various roof leaks

Ward Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Weber Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Wedgewood Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

Whitcomb Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain

White Elementary: Various roof leaks and wind-driven rain