What is a PowWow? Check out the answer in this EPIC video.




An important message for Kindergarten families.
Posted on September 10, 2015.


EPIC Learning in Action

Mrs. Haren recently used the engagement strategy of carousel to engage students in the social studies standard of "recite the months of the year."  Each poster was labeled with a different month and groups of students rotated around adding words and pictures to show different events that happen in each month.   Some of them were noting historic events like when the Titanic sank. While others were noting birthdays, sports seasons starting or the first day of school.  As the groups rotated, the task grew increasingly more difficult as many ideas were already taken.  This was a great way to see students expand their thinking!






Students in Mrs. Uhlenhake's preschool classroom have been busy engaging in a study of apples.  This study has included a few lessons in following directions.  They first taste-tested a variety of apples and graphed the results  of those that were most delicious.  Then they made their very own applesauce.  Finally, they made apple pops and invited Mrs. Johnson  to share in this yummy learning. 




2015-2016 Clearcreek School Times:

First grade: 9:20-4:05**
AM Prek/K: 9:20-12:05
PM Prek/K: 1:20 - 4:05

**1st grade students ride in with a.m. prek/k and ride home with p.m. prek/k.

2015-2016 Preschool and Kindergarten Registration Information

Each year we welcome a new group of students through our preschool and kindergarten registration process.

Preschool Registration
At this time our preschool program is full.  You are welcome to fill out an application which is available at Clearcreek.  You will then be placed on the waitlist in the event a spot would open.
Click here for more information about our preschool. 

Kindergarten Registration
Click here for kindergarten registration forms and information. 

Congratulations Clearcreek EPIC Teacher of the Year: Brandi Hamm!

The Springboro Schools’ District Parent Council (DPC) developed the EPIC Award to recognize teachers and staff who Engage, Prepare, Inspire, and Challenge students. This year's nominations extended from preschool through high school and from nearly all subject areas. “The common theme throughout all of the nominations was that these are professionals who exhibit leadership, sincerity, and truly innovative, student-centered teaching,” said Todd Petrey, Superintendent. To see the full news release, click here.