Dear Parents, Grandparents, and Guardians 2018 has begun and we are ready for it! As we commence a second semester of learning, I am truly happy to share with you that students and parents at this school now have access to SafeVoice. SafeVoice offers a hotline, mobile app, and website to anonymously report threats to the safety or well-being of … Read More
The Clark County School District is looking for your input on whether we should develop written guidance on how to ensure gender diverse students feel safe and respected in school. A working group has been meeting for several months and has recommended that CCSD develop both a policy/regulation and administrative guidelines regarding gender diverse students. The group also suggested some … Read More
The annual ACT test will be administered on Tuesday, February 27. Taking the ACT during the school day is a great benefit to you. Why, you ask? What can the ACT test do for me? Save money in college! Both UNR and UNLV award scholarship amounts based on standardized test scores and GPA. Earning at least an 18 in English … Read More
Before you became a teacher, you were a student — just like those you teach today. But as Brenda Hernandez from Nevada Learning Academy shares sometimes we need a reminder of what it’s like to be a student. “We want to make sure our courses are quality courses. So we are putting our staff through QM’s Teaching Online Certificate (TOC) … Read More
We can all help prevent suicide. Every year, the Lifeline and other mental health organizations and individuals across the U.S. and around the world raise awareness of suicide prevention during September, National Suicide Prevention Month. If you need help or believe that another student needs help, please contact your school counselor.
Recent legislation was signed into law with the aim of increasing college participation and preparing our youth to enter the workforce. This legislation, Senate Bill 391, created the Nevada Promise Scholarship. For those who qualify, this scholarship will pay any remaining tuition and mandatory fees at a Nevada community college after Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Governor Guinn … Read More
The School-Community Partnership Program is proud to announce the 12th Annual Drive for Excellence event that will be held on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Wet’n’Wild. Qualifying seniors will be eligible to win a $3,000, $2,000, $1,000 and two $500 scholarships. Students may also win laptop computers, gift cards and one lucky senior will win a brand … Read More
Clark County School District is proud to be participating in Nevada College Application Month throughout October. Several events are planned throughout the month to help students identify their best fit schools, get their admissions and financial aid questions answered, and successfully complete their college applications. The goal is to provide every graduating senior the opportunity to complete one application and … Read More
Students may now purchase school lunch at the NVLA Campus. Lunch is available Monday – Thursday from 10:00 – 11:00 am. The cost is $3.25 for students. For more information about school lunch, click HERE.