2018

Schools Need Community Insight
Posted on 11/27/2018
The Carson City School District is needing local community members to attend the quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting tomorrow night, Wednesday, November 28, 6 p.m., inside the Carson High School Library.   READ MORE...
Students to Sing at Tree Lighting
Posted on 11/26/2018
Fifth graders from all six public elementary schools as well as Carson Montessori and Saint Teresa’s will perform as a unified holiday choir for the 30th annual Silver and Snowflake Festival of Lights on the Capitol steps in downtown Carson City Friday, Nov. 30, at 5:30 p.m. The students have been practicing the musical arrangements since the end of October.   READ MORE...
Students Chill with Scientist in Antarctica
Posted on 11/19/2018
Sixth graders in Mrs. Laurel Dority’s science class at Carson Middle School (CMS) had the opportunity to chat via video conference with Dr. TJ Fudge, who’s preparing to leave for another 6-week expedition where he’ll continue his efforts to study climate change using ice core samples.   READ MORE...
Thanksgiving with a Hero
Posted on 11/13/2018
Carson City School District's Nutrition Program will host "Thanksgiving with a Hero" Thursday, Nov. 15, at Seeliger Elementary School. The Carson City Fire Department, Sheriff’s Department and School Resource Officers will take time to serve, sit and eat with students. Lunch will start at 11:30 a.m. and go until 12:30 p.m.  READ MORE...
Schools Salute Veterans
Posted on 11/07/2018
Carson City students will recognize and honor military men and women this week with Veteran’s Day displays and events. Veterans from all branches of military service, as well as families of students, are encouraged to attend. Campus visitors should check in at the front office at each school site.   READ MORE...
Cookie Dough Nets $9,200 for EVMS
Posted on 11/07/2018
Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) went ‘dough to dough’ in the Parent Teacher Organization’s (PTO) annual cookie dough fundraiser. In total, the gross sales were equivalent to more than $23,000. The school earns about 40 percent of total gross sales, bringing the net total to $9,200. A total of 1,547 units were sold.  READ MORE...
Take a Vet to School Event at Carson High
Posted on 11/06/2018
In partnership with the History Channel and Charter/Spectrum Communications, Carson High School will host a ‘Take a Vet to School’ event in the school’s library, Wednesday, Nov. 7, in honor of Veteran’s Day.  READ MORE...
District Earns Award for Communication
Posted on 11/05/2018
The Sierra Nevada Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) announced the winners of their prestigious public relations and integrated communications awards during the 32nd Annual Silver Spike Awards held in the Grande Exposition Hall at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino Thursday, Nov. 1.  READ MORE...
Award for Sustainability Practices
Posted on 11/01/2018
In acknowledgement of the Carson City School District’s sustainability achievements, the Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) provided a Special Recognition of Excellence for Sustainability Practices during its monthly ‘The Business Edge’ meeting at the Carson Nugget Casino, Oct. 24.   READ MORE...
CHS Students to Volunteer at Voting Locations
Posted on 10/30/2018
More than two dozen Carson High School students from Mrs. Jennifer Chandler’s AP Government and Mrs. Angila Golik’s Honors Government classes will be working in coordination with Aubrey Rowlatt, Carson City County chief deputy, next Tuesday, Nov. 6, for Election Day. In preparation for their work at the polls, Rowlatt visited with students in the Tech Center at Carson High School this morning.  READ MORE...
Virtual Reality Mobile Classroom Visits CMS
Posted on 10/23/2018
The zSpace Virtual Reality Mobile Classroom paid a visit to Carson Middle School, this morning. As the use of virtual reality in education continues to grow, this mobile classroom traveling the country made a stop in Carson City to offer an up-close look at 3D modules and virtual learning tools that provide experiences such as dissecting organs and a lot more.  READ MORE...
Capital Ford Helps Raise $8,000 for CHS Band
Posted on 10/19/2018
Carson High School band students were awarded a check for $8,000 from Capital Ford in Carson City following a successful Drive 4UR School fundraiser held Sept. 15 from which students were able to raise the maximum amount.  READ MORE...
Grade-schoolers Raise $15,000 for Enrichment Activities
Posted on 10/18/2018
Eighteen students, who were the top fundraisers from Bordewich Bray Elementary School, were treated to a catered luncheon at the Governor’s Mansion Tuesday, Oct. 16. In total, more than $15,000 were raised at Bordewich’s Jog-a-Thon event, Oct. 5. The money, raised for the Parent Teacher Association (PTA), will be used to support and enhance the students’ education through various enrichment activities throughout the year.   READ MORE...
Students Participate in Earthquake Drill
Posted on 10/17/2018
Students and staff members in the Carson City school district will rock and roll in an earthquake drill Thursday, Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. The event is part of the Great Nevada ShakeOut, an annual statewide earthquake drill designed to teach students and educators about how to protect themselves during an earthquake.  READ MORE...
School Invites More Men to Volunteer
Posted on 10/12/2018
Fritsch Elementary School in Carson City helped engage positive male role models this morning where more than 150 people attended “Supermen with Donuts.” The effort was designed to get dads, uncles, grandparents and father-figures more involved in school and childhood learning.  READ MORE...
26th Annual Pumpkin Patch at Seeliger
Posted on 10/10/2018
Celebrating more than a quarter century of turning the round, orange members of the squash family into memorable Halloween carving traditions, Seeliger Elementary School in Carson City will host its 26th annual Pumpkin Patch this Saturday, Oct. 13.  READ MORE...
CHS Teachers Fly with Blue Angels
Posted on 10/10/2018
Two Carson High School teachers, Billy McHenry, Math and Entrepreneurship, and Matt Morgan, AP U.S. History, were nominated by their peers as Blue Angels' Key Influencers: people who help to shape attitudes and opinions of youth in their community. As part of the honor, this morning they both had the opportunity to fly tandem with the US Navy’s Lieutenant Commander Andre Webb, pilot of the No. 7 Blue Angels F/A – 18 Hornet.   READ MORE...
Walk to School Day
Posted on 10/09/2018
Schoolchildren joined by parents, teachers and administrators will take part in organized walks to promote walking or bicycling to school Wednesday, Oct. 10.  READ MORE...
Carson City Schools Earn Energy STAR Certifications
Posted on 10/08/2018
Nine out of the 10 Carson City School District schools earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR certification, which signifies their buildings perform in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency and meets strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA.   READ MORE...
Week of Respect to Help Curb Bullying
Posted on 10/01/2018
Per NRS 236.073, Governor Sandoval proclaimed Oct. 2-5, 2017 the “Week of Respect.” In tow with the proclamation, the Carson City School District’s superintendent has made a Pledge of Achievement to ensure consistent implementation of anti-bullying programs and practices in all schools and work environments.  READ MORE...
Vaccination Clinics Offered at Schools
Posted on 09/27/2018
Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is working with the Carson City School District to offer students annual seasonal flu vaccinations. There will be a team of CCHHS licensed nurses at each school to administer the flu vaccine.   READ MORE...
Community PLC 09-26-18
Posted on 09/26/2018
The Carson City School District is needing local community members to attend the quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting tonight, Sept. 26, 6 p.m., inside the Carson High School Library.  READ MORE...
Students Pledge for Suicide Prevention Awareness
Posted on 09/25/2018
In connection with National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, students at Carson Middle School (CMS) will wear teal or purple and be offered informational activities during lunch Wednesday, Sept. 26. They will also be able to print their names on ribbons posted to a large banner indicating their pledge to “Acknowledge, Care and Tell” if they know someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts.  READ MORE...
CMS Students Beam Interplanetary Messages to Mars Rover
Posted on 09/24/2018
Sixth graders in Ms. Laurel Dority’s science class at Carson Middle School (CMS) have recently been studying Martian landscapes and geology, and last week, they were able to send interplanetary messages to the Mars Rover “Opportunity,” which is currently battling to survive an epic dust storm.  READ MORE...
Texas Company Targeting Local Businesses
Posted on 09/20/2018
A Texas company is contacting local businesses in Carson City asking for “sponsorships” for materials to benefit Carson High School. However, according to Carson City School District, this company has no real affiliation with the school nor the district.  READ MORE...
CHS Students Tour UNR, Take EDU 110
Posted on 09/18/2018
Last Wednesday, 34 juniors and seniors from Carson High School (CHS) took a tour of the University of Nevada – Reno’s (UNR) campus and received their college identification cards. In partnership with the UNR, CHS offers the dual credit EDU 110 course for students interested in pursuing a teaching career.  READ MORE...
Open House, Open Hearts
Posted on 09/05/2018
This Monday, Sept. 10, Carson High School will open their doors a little wider and longer for a Back-to-School Night event. “Open House, Open Hearts” will be a community event focused on the following.  READ MORE...
School Starts the Year with the 'Power of Yet'
Posted on 08/20/2018
Students at Empire Elementary School began the 2018-2019 school year with a special school assembly featuring music artist and motivational speaker, C.J. Luckey. The assembly kicked-off the first day of school by talking to the students about the power of the word “Yet.”   READ MORE...
Carson City School District Hires Director of Elementary Curriculum
Posted on 08/16/2018
Chad Hicks, has been appointed as Director of Elementary Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (ECIA) in Educational Services for the Carson City School District (CCSD). He began his role with the district earlier this summer.   READ MORE...
New Bullying and Safety Tip System
Posted on 08/15/2018
When schools in Carson City open for the 2018-2019 school year Monday, August 20, the Carson City School District will be connected to a 24/7/365 (24-hour, 7-days-a-week, 365-days-per-year) safety tool. SafeVoice is a live tip reporting system for school safety and student well-being offered in partnership by the Nevada Departments of Education, the Nevada Department of Public Safety and, more locally, the Carson City Sheriff’s Office to all K-12 schools, students, parents and community members in Nevada.   READ MORE...
Important Back-to-School Info and New Electronics Policy
Posted on 08/09/2018
With the first day of school fast approaching, August 20, Carson High School wants all students and parents to be aware of some important back-to-school information, event dates and a new electronics policy effective this year.   READ MORE...
Mann Named Agriscience Teacher Ambassador
Posted on 07/31/2018
Charles Mann, agriscience teacher at Carson High School, has successfully completed the 15th annual National Agriscience Teachers Ambassador Academy in Tulsa, Okla.  READ MORE...
Department of Education Conducts School Funding Study: Survey
Posted on 07/11/2018
Augenblick, Palaich and Associates (APA), a consulting firm for the Nevada State Legislature, has been authorized and is conducting a school finance study on behalf of the state of Nevada that includes identifying the resources needed to serve at-risk students, English language learners and special education students throughout Nevada.  READ MORE...
Keeping Minds Active During Summer
Posted on 07/02/2018
The Carson City School District's Gifted and Talented Education Program (GATE) recently sponsored a summer theater camp in partnership with Wild Horse Children's Theater. Fifty students from across the district participated in this camp, which culminated with a live performance of Aladdin at the Brewery Arts Center last Friday night. The camp and final performance were well received by students and families, and the GATE program looks forward to sponsoring additional productions in the future. More than 270 people attended the summer camp production.  READ MORE...
Standard Student Attire
Posted on 07/02/2018
This section includes parent letters for Bordewich Bray Elementary School, Empire Elementary School, Fremont Elementary School, Seeliger Elementary School, Carson Middle School, and Eagle Valley Middle School.   READ MORE...
Student Art Removal at Seeliger Elementary
Posted on 06/20/2018
Nearly two dozen pieces of student artwork, which previously decorated the walls of the corridors of Seeliger Elementary School, has be removed and hopefully will be reunited with their original creators or family members. The alumni pieces date back as early as 1982, are neatly framed and range from kindergartners to fifth graders  READ MORE...
Groundbreaking Ceremony
Posted on 06/19/2018
In partnership with Q&D Construction, the Carson City School District is cordially inviting members of the community to join them at a groundbreaking ceremony for the Pioneer High School Phase II Remodel and Expansion Project Friday, June 22, at 10 a.m., 202 E. Corbett Street, Carson City, Nevada 89706.  READ MORE...
Middle School Students Earn CPR Certifications
Posted on 06/11/2018
More than 200 Carson Middle School (CMS) future health professional – Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) – earned real-world healthcare certifications. Nearly all the students taking Ms. Victoria Jaacovi’s Introduction to HOSA class and Mr. Dayne Carmichael’s Sports Medicine class finished the 2018 school year certified in Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).  READ MORE...
Thanks for the Memories
Posted on 06/05/2018
Take a brief moment to watch a visual history of this past school year. The video is on our YouTube channel, @CarsonCitySchools, so you'll need to click on the link below.  READ MORE...
Open House to Celebrate New Musical Instruments
Posted on 05/24/2018
To celebrate the arrival of several new musical instruments from the $16,000 grant for music education earned earlier this year, Mark Twain Elementary School will host an Orff & Drum Music Open House Tuesday, May 29, at 6 p.m. in the multipurpose room. In January, the school announced a $16,000 grant awarded for music education. The monies were used to purchase new musical instruments including a 50-piece world drumming set, steel drums, hand chimes and various other percussion instruments.  READ MORE...
Students Recognized with Distinguished Student Awards
Posted on 05/23/2018
The Carson City School District took time at the School Board meeting last night to recognize 22 students with the “Distinguished Student Award.” The students were selected by administrators at each school as having specific qualities, skills and characteristics that distinguished them at their respective schools. Student winners were recognized in pairs from their respective schools.  READ MORE...
District Retains Half of the State's Tech Leaders
Posted on 05/22/2018
LeAnn Morris, Ph.D., lead technology integration specialist with the Carson City School District, recently earned the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL) designation by passing a rigorous certification exam. There are only four CETLs in the state of Nevada: two in the Carson City School District and two in the Washoe County School District. Raymond Medeiros, director of innovation and technology, is the other CETL designee in the Carson City School District.  READ MORE...
Retirees Honored for Dedication to Education
Posted on 05/21/2018
Thirty-eight employees who have worked a collective 750 years at Carson City School District will retire this year. The retirees will be recognized at the school board meeting Tuesday, May 22.   READ MORE...
Seniors Earn Nearly 1.5 Million in Scholarships
Posted on 05/20/2018
More than 60 Carson High School (CHS) Seniors were recognized Thursday night for collectively earning $1.4 million in scholarships. Their accomplishments were celebrated in an awards ceremony, May 17, at Senator Square at the high school, which highlighted the academic success of the Class of 2018.  READ MORE...
Golik Named Semifinalist
Posted on 05/15/2018
Hannah Golik, a graduating senior at Carson High School, was named one of 630 semifinalists in the 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The semifinalists were selected from nearly 5,300 candidates expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2018.  READ MORE...
School Expansion Prompts Student Art Removal
Posted on 05/14/2018
With the addition of two new educational wings at Fremont Elementary School (expected completion by fall 2019), nearly 100 pieces of student artwork, which previously decorated the walls of the corridors, will be removed and hopefully reunited with their creators or family members. The alumni pieces date back as early as 1994, are neatly framed and range from kindergartners to fifth graders.  READ MORE...
Video Furthers 'Green' Efforts
Posted on 05/10/2018
Third and fourth graders from the Empire X-Factor Enrichment class at Empire Elementary School learned the technical side of filmmaking this past semester while producing a 2-minute public service announcement (PSA) on how students and teachers can further ‘Green’ efforts at their schools. The video clip was created solely by the students under the supervision of Ms. Nancy Cole, 3rd grade teacher at Empire Elementary.  READ MORE...
Work-based Learning Coordinator
Posted on 05/08/2018
Yerania (Yette) De Luca, has been appointed as Work-based Learning Coordinator for the Carson City School District (CCSD). In her position, De Luca will develop, implement, expand and maintain a formal system of work-based learning that promotes school-community partnerships. The program will provide students with a wide variety of career exploration opportunities such as internships, job shadowing and in-school exposure to careers and college preparation as well as training activities for development and real-world skills.  READ MORE...
Future Educators Honored
Posted on 05/02/2018
Fifteen juniors and seniors form Carson High School were honored at Nevada Governor’s Mansion last night for their efforts in a university level introductory education course. In partnership with the University of Nevada – Reno, Carson High School offered the inaugural EDU 110 course for students interested in pursuing a teaching career.  READ MORE...
No Make Up Days Required
Posted on 04/26/2018
With the end of the school year drawing nigh, the Carson City School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce it meets or exceeds the minimum number of minutes taught per day, and in turn, students will not be required to make up the two days lost due to weather-related school cancellations. The last day of school for CCSD students will remain Wednesday, June 6, 2018.   READ MORE...
Educators and Employees of the Year
Posted on 04/25/2018
Joanna Kaiser, 3rd grade teacher at Bordewich Bray Elementary School, was honored last night as the Carson City School District’s Educator of the Year. Additionally, Franceska Quintana, para professional IV at Carson Middle School, was recognized as the Classified Employee of the Year for the district.   READ MORE...
Color Fun Run at Mills Park
Posted on 04/16/2018
The students of Mark Twain Elementary School will host their third annual community-wide “My School Color Run” Saturday, April 21, 10 a.m. to 12 noon at Mills Park in Carson City. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. for registered runners. The untimed two-mile walk, jog or run event is a fundraiser for the school. It is designed for all ages and is for all fitness abilities.  READ MORE...
GNCU Donates $25K to Replace Digital Marquee
Posted on 04/12/2018
Carson City School District (CCSD) and Carson High School are pleased to announce the replacement of the digital marquee out front of Carson High School. Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) has donated nearly $25,000 to replace the existing sign.   READ MORE...
Capital FFA Students Yield Bushels of Awards
Posted on 04/11/2018
Nineteen Carson High School Capital FFA students yielded bushels of awards at the Nevada State FFA Conference held at the University of Nevada Reno March 20-24. Most notably, the CHS Career and Technical Education students were honored with the Best Dressed Chapter Award, recognizing the chapter as the most professional chapter at the conference.  READ MORE...
CHS HOSA Students Shine at State Competition
Posted on 04/11/2018
More than 115 Carson High School (CHS) Career and Technical Education (CTE) Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shined in the Nevada State Leadership Conference held at the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nev. March 18-21. More than 1,000 students from across the state of Nevada competed in more than 40 medical competition events.  READ MORE...
Media Advisory: McKinney-Vento’s Annual ‘Step Into Spring’ Program will Pair 300 Pairs
Posted on 04/05/2018
Carson City School District’s McKinney-Vento Students in Transition ‘Step Into Spring’ program will provide more than 300 pairs of new shoes to pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade students in transition. Students in Transition are those individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence  READ MORE...
Volunteers Needed to Judge Senior Projects
Posted on 04/03/2018
Seniors at Carson High School are actively engaged and meticulously rendering their time and talents for the benefit of our community and their future careers. In order to be eligible to graduate, each senior must complete a Senior Project. Since 2001, this challenging and successful endeavor provides students an opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have accumulated and apply these to an area of their own interest.  READ MORE...
Writing Enthusiast Coaches Grade-Schoolers
Posted on 03/20/2018
Students at Carson City’s Empire Elementary School were inspired in the art of storytelling and writing throughout the day yesterday. Children’s Author Gary Hogg hosted a writing assembly with the entire school where he shared helpful and easy tips on how they may put their thoughts and ideas down on paper.  READ MORE...
Book Seller Makes Good on Giving the Gift of Literacy
Posted on 03/19/2018
During each holiday season, Barnes & Noble stores commit to donate books through their annual Holiday Book Drive to hundreds of charities across the country to assist in giving the gift of literacy to those in need. Making good on their promise, the Reno book seller will deliver nearly 1,000 books to Mark Twain Elementary School Monday, March 19, at 2:30 p.m.  READ MORE...
Nevada Moves Day Wednesday
Posted on 03/15/2018
Schoolchildren in Carson City will Celebrate Nevada Moves Day Wednesday, March 21. Schoolchildren joined by parents, teachers and administrators will take part in organized walks to promote walking or bicycling to school.  READ MORE...
Students Prepared for Student Walkouts
Posted on 03/12/2018
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 14, Carson High students may peacefully gather and “walkout” to the football field for a 17-minute rally in remembrance of the 17 individuals who lost their lives. During the “walkout,” those students who gather will write on a large poster: 17 plus reasons why their school should be safer. Students may exercise their rights not to participate if they desire.  READ MORE...
Band-O-Rama and Choirpalooza
Posted on 03/12/2018
Carson High School is set to host two admission-free music events that will not only hit all the high notes but also showcase student talent and refined skill.   READ MORE...
Carson High School CTE presents annual Shark Tank
Posted on 03/07/2018
Carson High School Career and Technical Education business and marketing students will compete in their version of the hit television show “Shark Tank” Mar. 8-9 at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road.  READ MORE...
Tesla Career and Training Night
Posted on 03/07/2018
Tesla will host an informational meeting for high school seniors and their parents to learn more about career and training opportunities Thursday, March 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the Carson High School Library.  READ MORE...
Increased Truck Traffic at Carson High
Posted on 03/06/2018
As construction ramps up and heavy equipment moves in for the Lompa Ranch Development, Carson City School District cautions community members and students traveling to and from Carson High School.  READ MORE...
STEAM Night Event
Posted on 03/05/2018
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce a night of hands-on fun at the Eagle Valley Middle School Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Night. The event is free and runs from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at 4151 East Fifth Street, Carson City, NV 89701.  READ MORE...
All Carson City Schools Are Closed Due To Winter Related Conditions
Posted on 03/02/2018
All Schools in Carson City will be closed for the entire day today, March 2, 2018. No student activities or programs will occur. This includes afterschool programs, practices, performances and contests including interscholastic athletic events. No school services such as transportation, nutrition, or student health will be provided.  READ MORE...
Early Childhood Expo Saturday, March 3
Posted on 03/01/2018
The Carson City School District (CCSD) is asking families with newborn children to age six to attend the free Early Childhood Expo this Saturday, March 3, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada, 1870 Russell Way, Carson City, Nevada 89706. The fourth annual event will showcase local resources for families. Each vendor will provide hands on activities and information. Everyone that attends will receive a raffle ticket for various prizes.  READ MORE...
Kindergarten Registration begins March 5
Posted on 02/28/2018
The Carson City School District (CCSD) is asking parents to mark their calendars for Monday, March 5, to register children who will be 5-years-old by Sept. 30, 2018, and eligible for Kindergarten for the coming 2018-2019 school year.  READ MORE...
Elected Leadership Positions for Board of Trustees
Posted on 02/22/2018
Ron Swirczek, District 1, has been named the newest president of the Carson City School District Board of Trustees. Swirczek replaces former President Laurel Crossman, District 2, as the school board’s leader.  READ MORE...
CHS CTE program hosts annual Career Expo
Posted on 02/21/2018
Carson High School Career and Technical Education presents its annual Career Expo Wednesday, Feb. 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road. The Expo is open to all students, parents and the community.  READ MORE...
Schools Need Community Members to Weigh in on Strategic Plan
Posted on 02/20/2018
The Carson City School District is needing local community members to attend the quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting this Wednesday, Feb. 21, 6 p.m., inside the Carson High School Library.   READ MORE...
Advocates to End Domestic Violence
Posted on 02/13/2018
Freshman health students at Carson High School took courses this morning from Advocates to End Domestic Violence (Advocates). The non-profit organization provides shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence within Carson City and surrounding communities.  READ MORE...
Watch DOGS: Positive Male Role Models
Posted on 02/08/2018
One elementary school in Carson City helped engage positive male role models this morning where more than 300 people attended “Donuts with Dads” at Al Seeliger Elementary. The effort was designed to get dads, uncles, grandparents and father-figures more involved in school and childhood learning.  READ MORE...
CHS Winterfest 2018 Candidates
Posted on 02/01/2018
The 2018 Winterfest kicked off this afternoon with an assembly, and Carson High School is pleased to announce the student-elected candidates.  READ MORE...
Three Teachers Earn Board Certification
Posted on 01/24/2018
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce three teachers earned certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). The NBPTS is widely considered to be the highest professional recognition for educators.  READ MORE...
10 Teachers Awarded $200 Mini-grants
Posted on 01/22/2018
The Carson City School District, on behalf of the Carson City Schools Foundation, is pleased to announce the 10 winners of $200 mini-grants. The competitive process garnered nearly 30 applications from district educators.  READ MORE...
Dinosaurs Welcome Students to School
Posted on 01/12/2018
In an effort to showcase the value of coming to school and being on time, Carson Middle School administrators, social workers and safe school professionals are taking a positive approach to motivate students.  READ MORE...
Mark Twain Elementary School Earns $16,000 Grant for Music Education
Posted on 01/09/2018
The Carson City School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce a $16,000 grant awarded to Mark Twain Elementary for music education. The monies will be used to purchase new musical instruments including a 50-piece world drumming set, steel drums, hand chimes and various other percussion instruments.  READ MORE...