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Parent Links

The Nevada College Kick Start Program awards every Nevada public school kindergartener with a FREE $50 scholarship and helps Nevada’s kindergarteners begin their path to college. Recently, Assembly Bill 235, a Nevada law which states that on or before September 30 of each year, the  board of trustees of a  school  district  and  the  governing  body  of  a  charter school that enrolls pupils in grade 4 or grade 12 shall ensure that such  pupils  and  the  parents  or  legal  guardians  of  such  pupils receive  information  on  the  Nevada  College  Kick  Start  Program established pursuant to NRS 353B.335.  The Kickstart Program also hosts monthly Nevada College Kick Start Zoom webinars. These webinars provide detailed information on how to claim a child’s Nevada College Kick Start account and are a great resource for schools and families. Please visit  for more information and a full listing of webinars.



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Common Core State Standards

You may ask, what are our students learning.  Here are some details on the Common Core State Standards that are addressed during instruction daily.

​Families - Here are some resources to assist you in understanding how to use the tools of school this year.

This animated three-minute video from the Council of the Great City Schools provides an overview of why the standards were created and how they help ensure all students can measure up with students in other states and countries

• is the official online home of the Common Core State Standards, is a helpful place for parents, educators and policymakers to obtain clear information. 

• The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation put together an [ ] informative video highlighting the importance of the Common Core and correcting misinformation. This new video provides statements of support from superintendents, teachers, parents, legislators and others.

• 50 Can, an education reform advocacy organization, has created an interactive “Educational Roadtrip,” surveying 6,400 Americans across eight regions on their views on education. According to this analysis, “Most Americans would support the Common Core if they just knew what it was.” 

• is an advocacy tool presented by the Higher State Standards Partnership and supported by the Business Roundtable, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the hundreds of individual businesses and local chambers that comprise their memberships. It provides facts and information on the Common Core State Standards.

CCSD Standards


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