News of Interest
Two-a-day PTA meetings, assigned classroom ambassadors and widespread buy-in are are just a few of the unique PTA efforts that have to be made in a city like Las Vegas to have success. The same efforts that resulted in national recognition. This school year three schools in the Clark County School District were selected as National PTA (Parent Teacher Association) Schools of Excellence. The three schools to receive the award
An update on AB394. http://tv.ccsd.net/watch?v=EmKrfB2ALUq8
From the Reno Gazette Journal: http://www.rgj.com/story/opinion/voices/2016/09/15/one-view-super-5-power-moves-successful-school-year/90423146/ From Reno to Las Vegas, families across Nevada, including my own, have begun another school year. You may have questions about the challenges he or she may face this year, like: Will my son or daughter be able to keep up? Will he or she feel safe? Will he or she be happy? As a father, and now as a grandfather, I have asked
CCSD summer page provides a one-stop shop for all things summer LAS VEGAS – Summer is here, and to help ensure a safe and productive break, the Clark County School District (CCSD) has provided parents with a list of activities and resources to keep students busy and learning. Parents and students can visit ccsd.net/summer, a one-stop shop with information on a variety of topics including summer classes, food service programs,
ALEXANDRIA, Va., (Feb. 10, 2015)—Tyler Ewing of Reno, Nev. has been recognized by National PTA, the nation’s oldest and largest child advocacy association, as a finalist in its #ShareAwesome contest, a social media challenge that urged students ages 13 to 17 to capture and share photos of awesome people, moments and decisions. Ewing was selected as a finalist from among hundreds of entrants from across the country for her photo
Learn more about the program gaining national attention that was started in Las Vegas.
For the 2nd year in a row, Nevada PTA was awarded the best male involvement state.
Nevada PTA donates more than $6.5 million to the Clark County School District