CCSD - Clark County School District
2020-21

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PARENT RESOURCES

Starting August 24, 2020, 13 Clark County “School Daze” day camp facilities will provide access to distance learning for children from five to 12 years of age. The camps will run Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Socially distanced activities will include educational time, games, arts n’ crafts, sports, and themed activities. Registration is now open and can be done online at www.clarkcountynv.gov/parks. Limited in person registration is available. Please contact individual sites for more information:

  • Aquatic Springs Pool, 7025 South Fort Apache Road, 89148
  • Bob Price Recreation Center, 2050 Bonnie Lane, 89156
  • Cambridge Recreation Center, 3930 Cambridge St., 89119
  • Desert Breeze Recreation Center, 8275 Spring Mountain Rd., 89117
  • Hollywood Recreation Center, 1650 S. Hollywood, 89142
  • Paradise Recreation Center, 4775 S. McLeod & Tropicana, 89121
  • Parkdale Recreation Center, 3200 Ferndale St., 89121
  • Pearson Community Center, 1625 West Carey, 89106
  • Walnut Recreation Center, 3075 N. Walnut Rd., 89115
  • West Flamingo Senior Center, 6255 W. Flamingo, 89103
  • Whitney Recreation Center, 5712 E. Missouri Ave, 89122
  • Winchester Dondero Cultural Center, 3130 Mcleod Dr. 89121

Parents and participants will be required to go through a daily intake process that includes temperature checks and completing a Daily Wellness Acknowledgement Form. Staff working in the program will be required to wear masks and parents are asked to provide a personal, reusable mask for their child. Participants are required to bring their own lunch and snack that doesn’t require heating or cooling. All surfaces and equipment will be cleaned with disinfectant regularly. Program availability is based on a first come, first served basis.The program will continue until kids can return to school.

For more information on the “School Daze” program visit www.clarkcountynv.gov/parks or call 702-455-8200 or email CCParks@ClarkCountyNV.gov

13 Urban Branches Open Early with Special Student Hours

The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has announced early opening hours for students of all ages as part of its ongoing effort to support distance learning success. For students in grades K-College, early opening hours at the Library District’s 13 urban branches began on Sept. 14, 2020, and run every Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Regular library hours for all public access will continue to open at 10 a.m. Urban branch locations and early opening details can be found at Library District Special Services.

The new early opening hours are available for students only, in grades kindergarten through college, with a valid student ID or other proof of enrollment, such as school registration, a school receipt, or course login info. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult caregiver, and older students can choose to be accompanied by a family member or caregiver. There will be free access to WiFi and computers and printing is available, with open seating and social distancing in place.

Access to a library e-card (this provides anyone access to all the Library District’s digital resources)

eCard application

An interactive poster: Tools for School Success!

The Harbor: 702-450-6912
The Harbor Juvenile Assessment Center remains open with limited hours for operation during this time and we have consolidated to one location. We are operating 7 days a week, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Harbor Mojave for the time being. We are conducting assessments with families by phone in place of in person due to the public health concerns related to COVID-19 and still have resources to connect families to with the exception of resources based in large group settings. We are accepting and encouraging new referrals from CCSD. Any Social Worker, Teacher, Counselor, Administrative Staff (any individual really) can refer a youth to The Harbor through our website, The Harbor and we reach out directly to the family, same day and continue trying for at least 7 days to make contact. Families are also welcome to contact us at any time for support at 702-455-6912.

The CDC Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19

The Child Mind Institute's Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus. Students may experience hunger, abuse, or lack of healthcare in their homes and with their families. Know local resources and be prepared to help.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America Psychologist Jelena Kecmanovic's 7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope With Coronavirus Anxiety.

The Jed Foundation: Tips for Self-Care and Managing Stress

National Association of School Psychologists: Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource.

The Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress: Coronavirus and Emerging Infectious Disease Outbreaks Response

Helping Parents Guide Children Through the Grief Process. Download in
English and Spanish

Helping Parents Guide Teens Through the Grief Process. Download in
English and Spanish

The Staying Active at Home Guide provides a list of resources to assist families in promoting physical activities for all students.




Useful Phone Numbers

CCSD has a variety of resources available to parents and students through the listing of Useful Phone Numbers.
(All Numbers Area Code 702)

Adult Education - 799-8650
Alternative Education/Behavior Schools - 855-9775
Board of School Trustees - 799-1072
Career and Technical Education - 799-8462
CCSD Switchboard (general information) - 799-2273
Community Engagement Unit/Public Concerns - 799- 5830
Communications and Government Relations Unit - 799-5304
Curriculum and Professional Development Division - 799-5119
Early Childhood/Pre-K - 799-7479
English Language Learner Program - 799-2137
Equity and Diversity Education - 799-8484
Family Engagement (FACES) 799-0303
Food Service - 799-8123
Health Services - 799-7443
Homeschool - 799-8630 x5359
Job Hotline (out-of-district) - 799-1000
Magnet School Office - 799-8492
Region 1 - 799-0648
Region 2 - 799-2939
Region 3 - 799-0059
Open Enrollment (procedures) 799-6430
*Safekey – Boulder City Parks and Recreation 293-9256
*Safekey – Henderson Parks and Recreation 267-4100
*Safekey – City of Las Vegas 229-3399
*Safekey – City of North Las Vegas 633-1608
*Safekey – Clark County Parks and Recreation 455-8251
Safe-Voice (833) 216-SAFE (7233)
School-Community Partnership 799-6560
School Police Dispatch (crime reporting) 799-5411
Special Education 799-5471
Superintendent’s Office 799-5310
Testing 799-1041, option 2
The Public Education Foundation 799-1042
Title I Services HOPE (homeless) 855-6682
Transcripts 799-2487
Transportation 799-8110
Zoning 799-6430

Do you have a question, need assistance or are not sure where to call? Contact us at (702) 799-CCSD (2273).

*(Note: Safekey programs are not CCSD programs. These programs are sponsored by and offered under the control of the respective municipalities. For questions, please contact the appropriate municipality in your area.)

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