Date: Wednesday, 10/24/18 Time: 6:00 pm Movie: Monster House Admission: 1 can of food per person Please direct questions to Ms. Slighting: firstname.lastname@example.org You are allowed to bring blankets and a friend! (if you bring a friend, the friend must also bring the guest pass signed by their own administrator) All students must bring a signed parent permission NVLA Parent Permission … Read More
Please join Dr. David Stoval for a series of special events focused on social justice. FLYER EquityMatterz Social Justice Dine & Dialogue “We’ve Been Here Before: Educational Justice and the ‘not so new’ Political Moment” Friday, September 28, 2018, 6-8 p.m. Dr. William U. Pearson Community Center This is a public event, co-facilitated by local youth, and organized around topic … Read More
NVLA Teachers are available for drop-in assistance everyday except Wednesday (M, T, Th, F) from 9:00 am – 11:00 am. Stop in and get help with your courses. You can also set an appointment or log in during the teacher’s office hours. We are here to help. You can also go to the library. The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is … Read More
The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement. Parents and family members who establish strong, positive relationships with school staff have more opportunities to learn about the education system and become better education advocates. For more information about effective parent-school communication see the links below or on our Documents & Downloads page. … Read More
NVLA students are taking their computers and leaving. Leaving for vacation that is. Students are traveling the world and still taking the summer classes that they want. Here are where they are today.
Through partnership with Vegas PBS, NVLA can offer Career Pathway and Advanced Placement courses to students throughout the state. https://t.co/ykiUn3e84l — NV Learning Academy (@NVLearningAcad) May 5, 2018
So proud of our Student Council and Ms. Johnson as they accepted the Spirit of Nevada Award for service.
Students and Parents, Here is a wonderful opportunity for current high school students. The College of Engineering faculty at UNLV is hosting another STEM-based summer camp. This one is focused on cybersecurity, lasts one week in July, and is FREE to all attendees thanks to a generous grant from the National Science Foundation. Students and parents can get more information … Read More
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Girls Go CyberStart is an innovative opportunity for young women attending high school in Nevada to discover their talents in cybersecurity and learn about careers in the field. Registration is open now through February 16, 2018, and the online game is available from February 20 – 25, 2018 Information on potential participants, a description of the game, and a sample challenge can … Read More