2019

27th Annual Pumpkin Patch at Seeliger
Posted on 10/07/2019
Seeliger Elementary School in Carson City will host its 27th annual Pumpkin Patch this Saturday, Oct. 12. The Pumpkin patch runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school, located at 2800 Saliman Road in Carson City.   READ MORE...
Safety Study to Improve Pedestrian Safety
Posted on 09/30/2019
Beginning October 1, parents, families and teachers may see drones flying above and around their schools during morning student drop-off or afternoon pick-up. The Carson City School District is working with Carson City government officials to conduct a safety review study designed to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in school zones.  READ MORE...
New Coats Sought for Needy Students
Posted on 09/27/2019
The McKinney-Vento Students in Transition Program in Carson City is seeking donations of new (not used) coats and jackets for students in transition. Students in Transition are those individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence.  READ MORE...
State Superintendent's Statewide Listening Tour
Posted on 09/24/2019
The Nevada Department of Education (NDE) State Superintendent Jhone Ebert and several of her staff members continued a statewide listening tour today in Carson City.  READ MORE...
Middle Schools Receive Grants for STEM Programs
Posted on 09/23/2019
Students and teachers at the two middle schools in Carson City (Carson Middle and Eagle Valley Middle Schools) now have access to a curricular program that will give students an advantage in their education and future careers.  READ MORE...
Meeting to Focus on 1600 Snyder Property
Posted on 09/19/2019
The Carson City School District’s quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 25, 6 p.m., will offer a report from the Citizen Committee for 1600 Snyder.  READ MORE...
Seventy Percent of Schools Increase Star Ratings
Posted on 09/18/2019
Seventy percent of the schools in Carson City showed improvements in the latest Star Ratings report, according to the Nevada Department of Education State. With Sunday’s release of the Nevada School Performance Framework (NSPF), 7 of the 10 schools within the Carson City School District improved enough to earn a higher star ranking.  READ MORE...
Rachel Croft named ASCD Emerging Leader
Posted on 09/16/2019
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is pleased to announce it has selected Rachel Croft, fourth grade teacher at Bordewich Bray Elementary School in the Carson City School District, as a 2019 Emerging Leader.   READ MORE...
Ribbon Cutting and Fall Festival
Posted on 09/13/2019
Fremont Elementary and local dignitaries hosted a Ribbon Cutting ceremony Friday, Sept. 13, to celebrate the newly added classrooms and square footage completed from construction over the summer.   READ MORE...
‘Barbie Bungee’ Stretches Student Minds
Posted on 09/10/2019
As Empire Elementary School works towards becoming more STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) focused, all the students in grades K-5 participated in a school-wide project this afternoon called "Barbie Bungee." The project was designed to allow students to stretch their minds and explore their engineering savvy by applying it first-hand through an outdoor bungee-jump…err…test.   READ MORE...
School Safety Grant Brings 2 Additional SROs
Posted on 09/09/2019
In support of the recommendations from the Federal Commission on School Safety's (FCSS) final report, the Carson City School District is pleased to announce the Nevada Department of Education has awarded $1.15 Million in grant funding for school safety.   READ MORE...
Open House, Open Hearts
Posted on 09/03/2019
This Monday, Sept. 9, Carson High School will open their doors for the third annual “Open House, Open Hearts” Back-to-School event. The community event starting at 4:30 p.m. will focus on building bridges to local services for teens and their families, increasing guardian engagement at Carson High School and celebrating the community, creativity and diverse talents of Carson City.  READ MORE...
Two New Playground Murals at Empire Elementary
Posted on 08/30/2019
Two new murals at Empire Elementary School completed by artists Bryce Chisholm and Bill Louis, celebrated completion with a ribbon-cutting Friday, August 30. The ceremony was hosted by Carson City School District officials and the Carson City Department of Arts and Culture.  READ MORE...
Teacher and Students Honor Bow Tie Day
Posted on 08/27/2019
Each day, while many parents are packing lunches for their school children, Mr. Patrick Turner, third grade teacher at Bordewich Bray Elementary School in Carson City, finishes tying things up neatly in a bow…more specifically, his bow tie.   READ MORE...
First Week Back-to-School
Posted on 08/26/2019
Apprehensive students throughout the Carson City School District began the 2019-2020 school year with reassuring and motivational school assemblies, meet-and-greets and back-to-school nights.   READ MORE...
New Principals and Administrators
Posted on 08/12/2019
The Carson City School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new principals and district administrators for the 2019-2020 school year.   READ MORE...
Back-to-School Meet and Greets
Posted on 08/07/2019
With the first day of school fast approaching, August 19, Carson City School District wants all students and parents to be aware of some important back-to-school information, event dates and the electronics policy at Carson High School effective this year. Please click here for the school district’s full list of Meet & Greet and Open House Information.  READ MORE...
Construction Update & Campus Improvements
Posted on 07/10/2019
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce campus improvements at three schools including Pioneer High, Fremont Elementary and Mark Twain Elementary schools. The new construction will add 10,700-square-feet at Pioneer, 12,288-square-feet at Fremont and 13,358-square-feet at Mark Twain respectively. All construction either has been completed or is scheduled to be completed by mid-August 2019.  READ MORE...
Feuling Earns Certification for Fiscal Credibility
Posted on 07/01/2019
The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) is pleased to announce Andrew Feuling, SFO, director of fiscal services for the Carson City School District, has earned the Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations (SFO). School business professionals who earn the SFO certification have proven that they have the required knowledge, expertise and fiscal credibility to lead their school district and effectively manage the district’s finances. Feuling is the only SFO in the state of Nevada.  READ MORE...
School District Recognized for Safety Efforts
Posted on 06/26/2019
Carson City School District’s Risk Manager Ann Cyr was recognized during the school board meeting last night for her safety efforts throughout the district. Alan Kalt, chief financial officer from Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool and Public Agency Compensation Trust (POOL/PACT), presented the district a Loss Control Excellence Award with a plaque and a check in the amount of $3,500 for the continued safety effort.  READ MORE...
Free School-required Vaccinations
Posted on 06/25/2019
Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is working with the Carson City School District to offer qualifying children all school-required vaccinations free of charge this Thursday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. at their clinic at 900 E. Long Street in Carson City, 775-887-2195.  READ MORE...
101 Dalmatians Wags into the Brewery Arts Center Friday
Posted on 06/18/2019
Paws what you’re doing and mark your calendar for Friday, June 21, 5:00 and 6:30 p.m. at the Brewery Arts Center. Students with the Carson City School District, in partnership with the Wild Horse Children’s Theater, will debut their Summer Theater Camp’s adaptation of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, Kids. Admission to the play is free of charge; however, donations will be accepted.   READ MORE...
NJROTC Ranks in Top 11 in the Nation
Posted on 06/17/2019
At the close of the school year, the Carson High School NJROTC program was pleased to announce they earned a Distinguished Unit award with Academic Honors. This was the second year in a row the unit has received the recognition.   READ MORE...
QRIS Results
Posted on 06/12/2019
Pre-Kindergarten programs in the Carson City School District are celebrating rewarding results from the latest Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) scores. Fremont Elementary earned a 3-star rating; Mark Twain Elementary, Bordewich Bray Elementary and Student Support Services all earned a 4-star rating, and Empire Elementary earned a 5-star rating.   READ MORE...
Video Slideshow of the 2018-2019 School Year
Posted on 06/05/2019
It has been another great year. Let's take a moment to reflect on all of our experiences. Thanks for the memories! You've make an impression on our hearts.  READ MORE...
Monarch Waystation Habitat at Empire
Posted on 06/05/2019
Fifth-grade students at Empire Elementary School in Carson City learned about the decline in monarch butterflies due to development and use of pesticides. Through their studies of the impact on milkweed and nectar sources, which are a vital part of the monarch habitat, the students wanted to help with conservation efforts.   READ MORE...
45 CHS Seniors Earn National Workplace Readiness Certificates
Posted on 05/30/2019
Forty-five Carson High School (CHS) seniors have earned the nationally recognized National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). The assessment is designed to measure students’ career readiness as they prepare to enter the workforce by assessing their abilities in three core areas: applied mathematics, locating information and reading for information. Students’ performance in these areas is meant to demonstrate their abilities to potential employers through the use of standardized, quantitative metrics. There are four certification levels: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.   READ MORE...
School District Employees Honored for their Dedication to Education
Posted on 05/29/2019
Thirty-two employees who have worked a collective 671 years with the Carson City School District will retire this year. The retirees were recognized at the school board meeting Tuesday, May 28.   READ MORE...
The Most National Merit, Presidential Scholars to sign with UNR
Posted on 05/23/2019
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce, of any high school, Carson High School (CHS) retains the most National Merit and Presidential Scholars committing to the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). Fourteen CHS seniors pledged to continue their education with the university during the Nevada Scholars Signing Day, held in the CHS library Wednesday, May 22.   READ MORE...
Nutrition Program Updates for 2019-2020
Posted on 05/22/2019
The Carson City School District’s Nutrition Department will work over the summer to implement a new point-of-service system and online nutrition program portal. The current online payment method goes through My Payments Plus, but starting this fall, all food related payments will be through the Titan Family Portal.  READ MORE...
34 EDU 110 Students Honored as Future Educators
Posted on 05/20/2019
Thirty-four juniors and seniors from Carson High School (CHS) were honored at Nevada Governor’s Mansion last Tuesday evening for their efforts in a university level introductory education course. In partnership with the College of Education at the University of Nevada – Reno, CHS offers the EDU 110 course for students interested in pursuing a teaching career.   READ MORE...
Prominence Health to Introduce New Care Center
Posted on 05/17/2019
A Grand Opening celebration of the Prominence Care Center — Carson City, presented by Prominence Health Plan, is scheduled for Wednesday, May 22, at 4 p.m., 180 E Winnie Lane, Carson City. Dr. Bernard Farzin, Chief Medical Officer for Prominence Health Plan, will officiate a ribbon cutting ceremony with opening remarks by Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell.   READ MORE...
Schools help Pre-schoolers Gear Up for Kindergarten
Posted on 05/16/2019
Elementary schools in the Carson City School District will host individual school site welcome events for all transitioning preschoolers and incoming kindergarteners. The events are designed for students and parents to tour their new school, meet teachers and administrators and build on the fun and excitement about going to school.   READ MORE...
22 Recognized with Distinguished Student Awards
Posted on 05/15/2019
The Carson City School District took time at the School Board meeting last night to recognize 22 students with the “Distinguished Student Award.” The student winners were selected by administrators and recognized in pairs from their respective schools as having specific qualities, skills and characteristics that distinguished them.   READ MORE...
School District to Host Community Sustainability Night
Posted on 05/13/2019
Carson City School District is hosting a Community Sustainability Night Thursday, May 16, 5-7 p.m., at Empire Elementary School, 1260 Monte Rosa. Families and members of the community are invited to come celebrate initiatives and partnerships for sustainable practices.   READ MORE...
Granados Signs with Jamestown for Track
Posted on 05/09/2019
Carson High School (CHS) senior sprinter and long jumper Ben Granados signed his letter of intent this morning to run Track and Field for the University of Jamestown in Jamestown, North Dakota. He was supported by his father and mother Emiliano and Rhaechul and two sisters Abby and Izzy Granados. Teammates and coaches gathered outside the Track Shack at Carson High School for the celebratory occasion.  READ MORE...
Music Ensembles Win Big in So. Calif.
Posted on 05/09/2019
The Carson High School (CHS) Wind Ensemble and Midnight Blues Jazz Ensemble performed in southern California taking home numerous awards at last weekend’s Music in the Parks Festival. The Festival took place at the Performing Arts Center of Baldwin Park and ended with an awards ceremony at the Universal Studios CityWalk in Universal City, Calf. The music teams competed among many other schools from multiple states.  READ MORE...
CHS Senior Named U.S. Presidential Scholar
Posted on 05/08/2019
Carson High School’s (CHS) Crystal Giselle Vargas is one of three Nevada students, among the 161 high school seniors nationwide, to be named as U.S. Presidential Scholars. the U.S. Department of Education announced today. She was named a U.S. Presidential Scholar in Career and Technical Education. Vargas and three other CHS students were picked last December as Presidential Scholars candidates representing Carson High.  READ MORE...
Charles Mann 1 of 5 Chosen as National Spotlight
Posted on 05/06/2019
The National Association of Agriculture Educators is hosting a “National Teach Ag” campaign to encourage school-based agriculture programs and address the national demand for agriculture teachers. Mr. Charles Mann, Agriculture Science teacher at Carson High School (CHS), was 1 of 5 teachers chosen to be featured as a national spotlight.   READ MORE...
Artist in Residence at Fritsch Elementary School
Posted on 05/01/2019
For more than 7 years, students at Fritsch Elementary School have been provided opportunities to elaborate and expound upon their artistic abilities. With the assistance of the school’s Parent Teacher Association (PTA) the Artist in Residence program has brought in local artists from the community to teach students a variety of art mediums in classes.  READ MORE...
Final Strategic Plan Meeting of School Year
Posted on 04/30/2019
The Carson City School District’s quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting, Wednesday, May 1, 6 p.m., will offer reports from each of the breakout committees. The meeting, held inside the Carson High School Library, will be the final meeting of the 2018-2019 school year.   READ MORE...
Bicycle Event to Benefit Carson City Schools Foundation
Posted on 04/29/2019
Set for Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at Fritsch Elementary School, the Bicycle Fun & Safety Day will benefit the Carson City Schools Foundation. Sponsored by Carson Tahoe Health (CTH) and hosted by the Carson City School District, the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), Safe Routes to School, local bike clubs and shops, the inaugural event will serve as a proving ground to acquaint experienced and less experienced bike riders with their eco-friendly transport mechanisms.  READ MORE...
CMS Students Donate to Foster Children
Posted on 04/25/2019
Seventh-grade science students from Ashley Killeen’s class at Carson Middle School in Carson City completed a donation drive today that benefits foster children in rural Nevada. Representatives from the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) including Ross Armstrong, administrator, and Lori Nichols, a licensed social worker and recruiter, were there to accept the items.  READ MORE...
Clockwise: Jacques, Pike, Thomas and Fuson
District Honors Educators and Employees of the Year
Posted on 04/24/2019
Nicolas Jacques, music teacher at Carson Middle School, was honored last night as the Carson City School District’s Educator of the Year. Additionally, James “Jim” Pike, special needs school bus driver for transportation, was recognized as the Education Support Professional (ESP) Employee of the Year for the district. During the school board meeting and annual event, the Carson City School District also recognized Vicki Thomas, LPN, school nurse at Empire Elementary School, was honored as Health Professional of the Year, and Tasha Fuson, principal at Carson High School, was named Administrator of the Year.  READ MORE...
Program Provides Shoes for Students in Transition
Posted on 04/23/2019
Carson City School District’s McKinney-Vento Students in Transition ‘Step Into Spring’ program will provide 275 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...
Color Fun Run Saturday, April 27
Posted on 04/22/2019
The students of Mark Twain Elementary School will host their fourth annual community-wide “My School Color Run” Saturday, April 27, 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 Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) fundraiser for the school. It is designed for all ages and is for all fitness abilities.  READ MORE...
High Schoolers Learn Science of Hot Air Ballooning
Posted on 04/18/2019
Science students from Mr. Michael Reynolds class at Carson High School (CHS) will have an elevating opportunity to go Up Up and Away…well, err…tethered, Tuesday morning, April 23. Karalyn Mumm, owner and commercial pilot of the balloon “Citrus in the Sky,” will provide tethered hot air balloon rides on the front lawn at the high school.  READ MORE...
EVMS Student 1 of 3 Winners in Nation
Posted on 04/16/2019
Project Tomorrow, a national education nonprofit group based in Irvine, Calif. hosted a nationwide challenge “Speak Up” to all students, grades K-12, where they submitted viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools. Last Friday, April 12, the organization announced through their blog the first-round winners of the 2018-19 Speak Up Challenge. Among the three winners was 7th grader Anakin Guzzetta from Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) in Carson City is the first to be announced.  READ MORE...
Bike Event Commemorates Star Wars Day
Posted on 04/15/2019
Set for Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at Fritsch Elementary School, the Bicycle Fun & Safety Day will benefit the Carson City Schools Foundation. Hosted by the Carson City School District, the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), Safe Routes to School, local bike clubs and shops, the inaugural event will serve as a proving ground to acquaint experienced and less experienced bike riders with their eco-friendly transport mechanisms.  READ MORE...
Terry Kerns speaks to 600 Freshmen
Posted on 04/11/2019
Terry Kerns, substance abuse and law enforcement coordinator with the Nevada Office of the Attorney General, spoke at Carson High School this morning to more than 300 freshmen about the opioid crisis facing Nevada and the science of addiction. She also discussed the laws that are being passed in the state to help and protect against this deadly habit, how to bring awareness to the opioid crisis and hopefully prevent students getting caught up in the addiction cycle. She will offer the same presentation again tomorrow to the remaining 300 freshmen on the same topics.  READ MORE...
Carson High Teachers and Staff Receive $10,000 to Pay It Forward
Posted on 04/09/2019
Carson High School teachers and support staff were surprised this morning at their regularly scheduled 7 a.m. faculty meeting in the library before classes began. A total of $10,000, parceled out in individual envelopes containing $50 bills, sat neatly organized on a table across the room. Every teacher, custodian, kitchen worker, counselor, para pro and faculty member was given $50 to “Pay It Forward.”   READ MORE...
HOSA Students Compete in State
Posted on 03/27/2019
A total of 93 Career and Technical Education (CTE) HOSA (Future Health Professionals) students competed in the Nevada State Leadership Conference held at the Rio in Las Vegas, Nev. March 18-20. There were a total of 74 students from Carson High School (CHS), 6 from Pioneer High School (PHS) and 13 from Carson Middle School (CMS). More than 1,000 students from across the state of Nevada competed in more than 40 medical competition events.  READ MORE...
No Make Up Day Required for Snow Day
Posted on 03/26/2019
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 one day lost due to a weather-related school cancellation. The last day of school for CCSD students will remain Wednesday, June 5, 2019  READ MORE...
Looking to B Sharp Again This Year
Posted on 03/19/2019
Carson High School is set to host two admission-free music events that will not only ‘B Sharp’ but also showcase student talent and refined skill. “Music programs within the Carson City School District carry a time-honored tradition, and Band-O-Rama and Choirpalooza are the pinnacle of effort and training our students have invested throughout the school year” said Kelly Ehrenfeuchter, music director at Empire Elementary School.  READ MORE...
Schoolchildren in Carson City to Celebrate Nevada Moves Day
Posted on 03/18/2019
Photographers and representatives from the news media are invited next Wednesday, March 20, to various Nevada Moves Day events. Schoolchildren joined by parents, teachers and administrators will take part in organized walks to promote walking or bicycling to school.  READ MORE...
Backpacks for Homeless Students
Posted on 03/18/2019
In a collaborative effort with the Carson City School District, the Nevada Department of Education will divide and pack more than 600 backpacks and books for the education of homeless children and youth across Nevada. The backpacks will be filled with school supplies and hygiene items, 3-ring binders and an assortment of books (4 different titles).   READ MORE...
Students and Staff to Unplug
Posted on 03/14/2019
Next week, March 19 – 22, Carson High School (CHS) will encourage students and staff to disconnect from technology to better reconnect with each other as part of CHS’s Second Annual Carson Unplugged, sponsored by the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) committee.  READ MORE...
CHS Teacher Chosen as 2019 ACT K-12 Champion
Posted on 03/12/2019
The ACT College and Career Readiness Campaign has chosen Carson High School Health Teacher Erin Been as its 2019 ACT K-12 Champion for Nevada in recognition of her work to enhance student performance on the ACT. She represents the Northwest Division which includes Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.  READ MORE...
Volunteers Needed to Judge Senior Projects
Posted on 03/11/2019
As the district works on aligning workforce preparedness efforts under the Work-Based Learning (WBL) umbrella, community partners will have more opportunities to share information with students including career exploration, preparation and training. The Carson City School District is in need of business partners representing a variety of industries to volunteer in a number of upcoming events or activities. Among volunteers needed are those who expose students to an assortment of careers and jobs available in our area.   READ MORE...
Guest-readers During Reading Week
Posted on 03/06/2019
Grade-schoolers at Fremont Elementary School in Carson City temporarily experienced a reprieve from their day-to-day academic endeavors last week when several community partners and local dignitaries visited classrooms to read to students. The effort was organized by a committee of teachers who came together to create several fun and engaging events to encourage students to gain, increase and appreciate their love for reading.   READ MORE...
Kindergarten Registration Begins March 4
Posted on 02/28/2019
The Carson City School District (CCSD) is asking parents to mark their calendars for Monday, March 4, to begin registering children who will be 5-years-old by Sept. 30, 2019, and eligible for Kindergarten for the coming 2019-2020 school year.   READ MORE...
CHS Robotics Team Wins State Championship
Posted on 02/27/2019
Putting an exclamation point on the best season yet, the Carson High School robotics team, Cyber Mafia, was crowned state champions at the Nevada State FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Championship held in Las Vegas Saturday, Feb. 9.   READ MORE...
Digital Learning at Legislator
Posted on 02/26/2019
In celebration of National Digital Learning Day Thursday, Feb. 28, state officials at the Nevada Legislature will recognize and introduce students from Carson Middle School (CMS) and Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) at 11:00 a.m. on the Senate floor and 11:30 a.m. on the Assembly floor for their efforts in infusing technology as part of their daily educational experience.  READ MORE...
Schools Strategic Plan Meeting to Focus on Sustainability
Posted on 02/25/2019
The Carson City School District’s quarterly Community PLC (Professional Learning Community) meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 6 p.m., will focus on sustainable practices. The meeting, held inside the Carson High School Library, will be the first part of a 1.5-day Executive Sustainability Summit.  READ MORE...
Screenagers Documentary
Posted on 02/21/2019
With the sponsored support of Carson Tahoe Health, the Carson City School District will host two evening showings of the 60-minute documentary titled SCREENAGERS Thursday, Feb. 28, at the recently remodeled Bob Boldrick Theatre in the Carson City Community Center. The two showings, beginning at 5:30 and 7:00 p.m., will be free and open to the public. Parents are encouraged to bring their children.  READ MORE...
Scholastic Art Award Winners
Posted on 02/19/2019
The Nevada Museum of Art announced the 2019 Scholastic Art Award Winners, and on the list were a senior and junior from Carson High and one seventh-grader from Carson Middle School. Emily Richardson, 17-years-old, Sarah Woods, 17-years-old, Keira Serpa, 13-years-old, were all recognized as Gold Key winners  READ MORE...
Sheriff's Academy Offers Student-centered Approach
Posted on 02/13/2019
Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong and the sheriff's office are paving the way for work-based learning experiences for 22 local high school students through a 10-week law enforcement academy as part of senior project graduation requirements.  READ MORE...
Lego League Honors Two CHS Students
Posted on 02/11/2019
FIRST® LEGO® League held its Northern Nevada Championship at the University of Nevada, Reno Saturday, January 26th, and two Carson High School students were honored for their service to the program.  READ MORE...
Gov. Sisolak Celebrates CTE Month
Posted on 02/05/2019
Students and educators at Carson High School will celebrate national Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month in an invitation-only event with a special visit from Nevada State Governor Steve Sisolak, Thursday, Feb. 7, at 8:45 a.m. in Senator Square at Carson High School. Event seating begins at 8:30 a.m. with the Governor’s address at 8:45 a.m.  READ MORE...
Schools Closed Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019
Posted on 02/04/2019
All Schools in Carson City will be closed for the entire day Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, due to winter related conditions. All employees, students and teachers should remain home. 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...
#SaveTheKids Parent Night and School Assemblies
Posted on 02/04/2019
A group of concerned parents in Carson City, supported by community partners including the Carson City School District, have organized a series of meetings and assemblies for parents and students to learn more about how to deal with or what to do about screen time and the negative effects of social media.   READ MORE...
Parent and Family Survey
Posted on 01/31/2019
The Carson City School District is seeking parent and family feedback through an online 10-question survey. Available in English or Spanish, the survey may be completed using a desktop computer or mobile device.   READ MORE...
Three More Teachers Earn Certifications
Posted on 01/28/2019
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce three more 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 and includes a 5 percent pay increase in acknowledgement of accomplished teaching.  READ MORE...
Beglin and Pradere to Sign for D-1 Scholarships
Posted on 01/23/2019
Carson High School will host a Division 1 Signing Ceremony for two student athletes in the gym at 11 a.m. this Friday, January 25. Jill Beglin will be signing with St. Johns University for Golf and Abby Pradere will sign with the University of San Francisco for Track.  READ MORE...
Teacher Earns Sustainability Award
Posted on 01/22/2019
Carson City School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce Educator Kristina Britt, speech language pathologist at Bordewich Bray Elementary School, as a winner of GreenNevada’s (Growing Resources for Environmental Education in Nevada) 2019 Golden Pinecone Sustainability Award.  READ MORE...
Now Accepting Nominations for GATE
Posted on 01/17/2019
The Carson City School District is accepting nominations for inclusion in the Gifted and Academically Talented Education (GATE) program for the 2019-2020 school year.  READ MORE...
Foundation Awards Mini Grants
Posted on 01/15/2019
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 dozens of applications from district educators. Due to growth in support, the foundation has plans and will be offering an additional 10 grants this spring.  READ MORE...
Top Contributors
Posted on 01/11/2019
Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) collected the most canned goods of any school in Carson City during the 2018 Canned Food Drive for Friends in Service Helping (FISH). Close behind EVMS were Bethlehem Lutheran and Carson Middle School in second and third place respectively.  READ MORE...
New Trustees and Leadership Roles
Posted on 01/10/2019
The Carson City School District welcomes two new school board trustees Lupe Ramirez and Richard Varner. Additionally, Stacie Wilke-McCulloch named president, Mike Walker named vice president and Don Carine named clerk.  READ MORE...