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Below are some important dates for CCSD parents and students.
- Nov. 27: Thanksgiving Day Holiday
- Nov. 28: Family Day Holiday
- Dec. 22: Winter Break Begins
- Jan. 5: Classes Resume
As reported by KTNV-TV, "Three months into the school year, the Clark County School District is still trying to hire hundreds of teachers. More than 600 of them."
CCSD students and staff are invited to cast their votes in the 2014 Middle School Electronic Photography Contest. These photos represent some of the great talent shown by the 288 entries submitted by middle school and elementary school students throughout the district. The deadline for voting is Dec. 12, 2014. You may vote only once in each category. Winning students will be notified by Dec. 16 and will be honored during a School Board presentation on Jan. 8, 2015. The annual contest is coordinated by CCSD photographer Michele Nelson.
The CCSD Magnet Schools and Career and Technical Academies online application is now open for students interested in attending a magnet school. The application is available here. You can also check out their Twitter account: @CCSDMagnet. The deadline to apply is Jan. 8, 2015. For more information, call (702) 799-8492.
Title I HOPE is holding its annual stocking drive, seeking donations of items for children in grades K-5. Click here or call (702) 855-6682, ext. 4, for details. You can also learn more by reading a View article at http://www.reviewjournal.com/view/downtown/school-outreach-program-prepares-gift-filled-stockings.
The Clark County School District Title I HOPE (Homeless Outreach Program for Education) is holding its annual stocking drive and seeking the help of community members to make a difference in the lives of homeless youth this holiday season. For details, click here or call Sue Goldman at (702) 855-6682.
The namesake of Frank Lamping Elementary School passed away Nov. 11, 2014. Frank Lamping dedicated more than 30 years of his life to education and made a significant impact on our schools. To learn more about Mr. Lamping, click here or read a Las Vegas Review-Journal article from July 2013.
School-based health center calendars, as well as the Future Smiles and Eye Care 4 Kids schedules, are available for Nov. 2014. Click here to view these items.
CCSD’s International Baccalaureate program is spotlighted in a "City Beat" story on KCLV, the official television station of the City of Las Vegas. Among those featured in the story is Gia Moore (pictured), director of CCSD's Magnet/CTA Department.