Clear Creek Independent School District recognizes students, employees
Clear Creek Independent School District recognizes students and employees Dec. 17, including two district nurses.
According to a district release, "Jerri Stepp and Pam Alford are credited with saving the life of four-month-old Jhordyn Harris."
Stepp and Alford were on duty Nov. 26 at Clear View Education Center in Webster. Normally, the two of them divide health needs at 44 CCISD campuses, but at approximately 3 p.m. on this day they were both at Clear View. Across the street, Jovan Harris was picking up her children at McWhirter Elementary with her newborn, Jhordyn, when the baby stopped breathing. Harris quickly ran to Clear View. Stepp and Alford were able to perform CPR and resuscitate the infant.
The CCISD Board of Trustees also recognized a group of 15 educators who have joined the ranks of the nation’s most accomplished teachers. Winners of the annual Holiday Card Design contest were also announced.
Clear Creek Independent School District serves more than 39,000 students representing a district of 103 square miles, encompassing 13 municipalities of Harris and Galveston counties. It is the 29th largest school district in Texas. Clear Creek Independent School District has 26 elementary schools, 10 intermediate schools and seven high schools. The district employs nearly 5,000 people and is governed by a seven-member school board composed of community members representing all areas of the district.
For more information, call 281-284-0020, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ccisd.net/homepage.aspx.
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