Achievement Highlights

30 Jul Science Bowl

Northwest Career and Technical Academy (NWCTA) won the regional competition for the 2015 National Science Bowl on January 31, 2015. NWCTA students swept the competition with a score of 82 to 22 and received $5,000 for its science department. The team will travel to the...

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30 Jul Culinary Arts Award

The Northwest Career and Technical Academy Culinary Arts team recently won gold and silver at the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Competition in Reno. The winning gold team consisted of Sydney Roberson (Grade 12), Faith Thomas (Grade 11) and Mariah Thornton...

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30 Jul International Baccalaureate (IB)

Palo Verde High School has been named an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School by the International Baccalaureate Organization, and will begin offering the Diploma Years Programme. Schools that implement IB programs give students the opportunity to develop into young adults with strong critical-thinking skills on...

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30 Jul MathCon Competition

Roger Bryan Elementary School students Catherine Lee, Reon Ozaki, Athena Abad, and Anh Vo have been selected to compete at the MathCON Finals in Chicago. MathCon is a national math competition for students in Grades 5 through 12. Out of nearly 45,000 students from 42...

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30 Jul University of Family Learning

University of Family Learning provided its first class offerings from January through April 2015 at the District’s eight Title I family engagement centers. The centers are located at the following elementary schools: Rex Bell, Pat Diskin, Manuel Cortez, Myrtle Tate, Elaine Wynn, Ruby Thomas, Wendell...

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30 Jul Junior Varsity Quiz

Thirty-five CCSD middle and junior high schools took part in the Junior Varsity Quiz competition on March 14, 2015, at Harney Middle School. The room winners were as follows: Blue League – Johnston Middle School, Molasky Junior High School, Saville Middle School, and Swainston Middle...

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30 Jul Solar Award

A Solar Award from PUC for new 125 kW Solar Energy systems was provided to four Title I middle schools (Harney, Findlay, Faiss, and Bailey). The electricity generated by each system may flow back into NV Energy's grid, where the District will receive and retain...

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