Congratulations to Mr. Marlowe and his students for being Nationally Recognized! Our greenhouse program was highlighted in Maximum Yield’s Industry News, January 2014 – “Charitable Acts: Growing Food in the Desert.” PDF of the full article
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In recognition of her outstanding 2014 Advanced Placement scores Ms. Lile was awarded $4500 to spend in her classroom. Ms. Lile elected to purchase iPad mini’s for use in her classes. Congratulations Ms. Lile!
CCSD offers free on-line academic assistance to all student through Brainfuse. Please pass this information on to your students. All students can set-up a free account by going to the following link and clicking login: http://www.brainfuse.com/highed/helpNow.asp?a_id=12C43A37&ss=&r=
Attention all students: Please complete the form located below to turn in your digital portfolio. For questions regarding portfolio expectations for each course, please see your individual teachers. Digital Portfolio Form
Attention students and parents: Senate Bill 269 takes effect on January 1, 2015. This Bill established new school attendance requirements for application of a learner’s permit or driver’s license and requires imposing administrative sanctions on students with poor attendance. As of January 1st, all students under the age of 18…
Drive for Excellence is a recognition program for CCSD seniors that promotes school attendance and offers an incentive for students to excel academically. Findlay Chevrolet will offer the winning student a brand new Chevy Spark and Silver State Credit Union will be giving away $3,000, $2,000, $1,000, and $500scholarship based on criteria that…
MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS (Reposting) • Microsoft Office Professional is now available free of charge to all active secondary students (grades 6-12) in CCSD through the Microsoft Student Advantage Office 365 program. • Students will use their AD computer login credentials in email format (i.e. STUDENTID@ad.ccsd.net) and current…
Congratulations to WCTA art teacher Lisa Hinkricksen for receiving the Clark County Educator of the Month for November from the Review Journal! An article describing why Ms. Hinkricksen recieved the award appeared in this weekend’s Review Journal. To view the article click the link below. http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/education/art-teacher-seeks-inspire-more-artists
Check out the latest issue of our school newspaper The Tech Times!