News & Announcements
Registration is open for next year online, yet all families new and returning will need to show proof of address for the 2021-2022 school year. Proof of address will include the following items: power bill, water bill, utilities, rent, or mortgage bill that can be brought in person or sent to the Aracely Urrutia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take time to consider if you prefer full distance or full in-person. For information about choosing distance or in-person instruction please visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G3YxBnVlDRqfslsPYVDaECDsqbht3vJ4/view. Once we have the numbers from our community, we will know if we will do multi-aged distant classes, full distant classes, or send a small number of families to the Nevada Learning Academy.
Complete registration through your parentlink portal. If you don’t have a parent portal, please call the front office to get a code. After they complete the application, write down the application number.
If you are new to CCSD, need info about registration, or to see your zoned school- http://www.ccsd.net/parents/enrollment
Existing CCSD families use this link- https://campus.ccsd.net/campus/portal/clark.jsp
Need help registering?
Video Tutorial (English) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwWXNho5teU
Video Tutorial (Spanish) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPeiqx1Asms
Wearing a Mask
Before coming to campus it is imperative that support our prevention policy by following the guidelines and health check-in of your students see the following:
Nevada College Kick Start
Do you have a child who attended kindergarten at a public elementary school in Nevada between 2013 and 2020? Did you know that the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office has established a Nevada College Kick Start scholarship account and contributed $50 on the child’s behalf?
Why? Research has shown that kids who have a college savings account are up to four times more likely to attend college and three times more likely to graduate!
Claim your child’s Kick Start account today by visiting:
For more information about the Nevada College Kick Start program, please email us at email@example.com or call us directly at 702-486-4141.
The Nevada College Kick Start Program is administered by the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office, College Savings Division. The College Savings Division offers several programs that help Nevada families plan, save and pay for higher education expenses. Visit www.NVigate.gov to learn more.
Battle Born Kids Scholarships
There are scholarships available for the Henderson Parks Program/Battle Born Kids at the Multi-Gen Center in Green Valley and other childcare providers. You can find out more information HERE.
Fill out an APPLICATION through Urban League of Las Vegas
If you have questions their number is 702-473-9400. I pressed 1 on the menu and they were very helpful.
Put the provider you wish to use on the application.
The application process takes 10 days.
They will then give you a certificate to present to the provider.
When you have the certificate, call 702-267-4100 Henderson Parks and Rec. Youth Programs or whatever approved provider you are using.
Resident Recovery Opportunities
The City of Henderson just released our “Resident Recovery Grants”. Residents financially impacted by COVID-19 can complete one application to receive a grant for utilities assistance, childcare costs, and the cost of internet services for education. The link for the application and website are listed below. Applicants must be residents of the City of Henderson and funds are paid directly to the resident and it is taxable so they will be required to complete a W-9.
Resident Recovery Grants:
In addition to this assistance Henderson also has a housing assistance program to help with rent/mortgage payments. The program allows for payment of rent, mortgage, and utilities arrears back to March 1, 2020, as well as utility deposits, security deposits and emergency lodging. Payments for services are made directly to a landlord, mortgage company and/or utility company.
Also for families who need childcare and/or remote learning assistance we also are running our full day childcare/distance learning program – Battle Born Kids/Teens. In this program students are provided with time and space to participate in distance learning and parents receive a log at the end of each day that outlines what their child completed and what may still need to be completed at home. The program is $20/day and the registration link is below:
Childcare and Remote Learning Assistance: https://cityofhenderson.com/henderson-happenings/program-and-classes/battle-born-kids-and-teens
We have begun preparing for the return of students for five days a week instruction starting 4/6 with safety precautions in place. You can see Glen Taylor's 4/6 safety precautions HERE.
Mrs. Doetch shared important 4/6 back to school information that can be accessed using the links below.