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Pre-K to Grade 3 Students Begin Hybrid Instruction

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) announced the timeline for all students to return to face-to-face instruction at a press conference on Feb. 24, 2021. The safety and wellbeing of students and staff is top priority. Comprehensive Health and Safety procedures are outlined in CCSD’s Hybrid Instructional Model Implementation Guide available online in English and Spanish at reconnect.ccsd.net.

“As I’ve stated for many months now, I want schools open. It’s important for our students, staff and our entire community,” said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “I have been very vocal about this with the staff, parents and the community and in the media. This is why we have been working with our employee bargaining units for months.”

Governor Steve Sisolak’s easing of restrictions last week has provided an expedited route to reopen our schools and that is how CCSD is proceeding. District staff have been busy working to figure out what the change in restrictions means for our students, to include a date for each grade level to return to schools, along with logistics such as bus routing, food service, COVID-19 testing, and contact tracing.

CCSD opening timeline

  • March 1 – All Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3 students return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • March 22 – Grades 6, 9, and 12 can return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • April 6 – Grades 7, 8, 10 and 11 can return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • April 6 – Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 will return to five days a week for face-to-face instruction

CCSD will continue to offer a full-time distance education option to our families who feel more comfortable keeping their children at home.

Athletics & Extracurricular Activities

The District is also working to allow students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities.

  • Spring Sports

    • Practices to begin April 3, 2021

    • Competition to begin April 16, 2021

    • The following sports: boys and girls track, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls diving, baseball, softball, boys golf and boys volleyball

  • Intramural Fall sports

    • April 5 – May 1, 2021

      • Football

      • Full-contact competition

      • 20 days of practice culminating in a one-hour intrasquad competition

      • Football Intramural window is earlier to allow for the yearly helmets and pads to be reconditioned in time for the regular 2021-22 fall season

    • May 3 – 22, 2021

      • Sports include: boys and girls tennis, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country and girls volleyball

      • Staggered to avoid forcing students to choose a single sport

      • These intramural/intrasquad sports will have a 20-day practice/competition window

  • No spectators will be allowed at any CCSD athletics events

  • School athletics will follow all guidelines from CCSD, the state, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA)

  • All coaches and adults associated with the team will have to have a negative test before activities begin

  • Performing Arts

    • Students will be able to engage in live learning and traditional rehearsals

  • Safety protocols will be implemented to ensure the safest possible return to face-to-face instruction
  • Similar to athletics, students will be permitted to engage in outside of class activities and rehearsals like, marching band, drill team and theater 
  • To ensure continued safety of our community, performing arts classes will have the option of engaging in streamed concerts for the immediate future

 

Reopening schools, bringing back staff and students, and continuing a distance education model requires a lot of logistics and consideration. The District asks for the community’s patience as CCSD works to bring back all students and staff to face-to-face instruction safely.

As additional information becomes available, details will be shared with parents via ParentLink, and with all CCSD staff by email. Updated information will also be available online at reconnect.ccsd.net.


El CCSD proporciona información actualizada sobre los planes de apertura para todos los niveles de grado

El 1 de marzo comienza el calendario para todos los estudiantes que regresan al salón de clase

El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark (CCSD) anunció hoy en una conferencia de prensa el calendario para todos los estudiantes que regresan a la enseñanza presencial. La seguridad, el bienestar de los estudiantes y el personal son la máxima prioridad. Los procedimientos integrales de salud y seguridad se describen en la Guía de Implementación del Modelo para la Enseñanza Híbrida del CCSD, disponible en inglés y español en reconnect.ccsd.net.

“Como he dicho durante muchos meses, quiero las escuelas abiertas. Es importante para nuestros estudiantes, el personal y para toda nuestra comunidad,” dijo el Superintendente del CCSD, Dr. Jesús F. Jara. “He hablado mucho sobre esto con el personal, los padres, la comunidad y los medios de comunicación. Es por esto que hemos estado trabajando con nuestras unidades de negociación de empleados por meses “.

La flexibilización de las restricciones por parte del gobernador Steve Sisolak la semana pasada ha proporcionado una ruta acelerada para reabrir nuestras escuelas y así es como está procediendo el CCSD. El personal del distrito ha estado ocupado trabajando para determinar qué significa el cambio en las restricciones para nuestros estudiantes, incluir una fecha para que cada nivel de grado regrese a las escuelas, junto con la logística, como ruta del autobús, el servicio de alimentos, las pruebas de COVID-19 y la localización de contactos.

Calendario de reapertura del CCSD

  • 1 de marzo: todos los estudiantes de preescolar a tercer grado regresan a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 22 de marzo: los grados 6.°, 9.° y 12.° pueden regresar a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 6 de abril: los grados 7.°, 8.°, 10.° y 11.° pueden regresar a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 6 de abril – de preescolar al 5. ° grado volverán cinco días a la semana para la instrucción presencial.

 

El CCSD continuará ofreciendo una opción de educación a distancia de tiempo completo para nuestras familias que se sientan más cómodas manteniendo a sus hijos en casa.

Deportes y Actividades Extracurriculares

El distrito también está trabajando para permitir que los estudiantes participen en deportes y actividades extracurriculares.

  • Deportes de primavera
    • Las prácticas comenzarán el 3 de abril de 2021
    • La competencia comenzará el 16 de abril de 2021
    • Los siguientes deportes: atletismo para niños y niñas, natación para niños y niñas, buceo para niños y niñas, béisbol, softbol, golf para niños y voleibol para niños.
  • Deportes intramurales de otoño
    • Del 5 de abril al 1 de mayo de 2021
      • Fútbol
      • Competición de full-contact (contacto total).
  • 20 días de práctica que culminan en una competencia interescuadras de una hora.
  • El periodo de fútbol intramural es más pronto para permitir que el reacondicionamiento requerido del casco y las almohadillas se complete a tiempo para la temporada de otoño regular 2021-22.
  • Del 3 al 22 de mayo de 2021
    • Los deportes incluyen: tenis para niños y niñas, fútbol para niños y niñas, carrera a campo traviesa para niños y niñas y voleibol para niñas.
    • Escalonado para evitar obligar a los estudiantes a elegir un solo deporte.
    • Estos deportes intramurales/interescuadras tendrán un periodo de práctica/competencia de 20 días.
  • No se permitirán espectadores en ningún evento deportivo del CCSD.
  • Los deportes escolares seguirán todas las directrices del CCSD, el estado, el Centro para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades y la Asociación de Actividades Interescolares de Nevada (NIAA).
  • Todos los entrenadores y adultos asociados con el equipo deberán tener una prueba negativa antes de que comiencen las actividades.
  • Las artes escénicas
    • Los estudiantes podrán participar en el aprendizaje en vivo y los ensayos tradicionales.
    • Se implementarán los protocolos de seguridad para garantizar el retorno más seguro posible a la enseñanza presencial.
    • De manera similar a los deportes, a los estudiantes se les permitirá participar en actividades y ensayos fuera de la clase como, banda de música, equipo de prácticas, teatro.
    • Para garantizar la seguridad continua de nuestra comunidad, las clases de artes escénicas tendrán la opción de participar en conciertos transmitidos en el futuro inmediato.

 

Reabrir escuelas, traer de regreso al personal y estudiantes, y continuar con un modelo de educación a distancia requiere mucha logística y consideración. El distrito solicita la paciencia de la comunidad mientras el CCSD trabaja para traer a todos los estudiantes y al personal a la instrucción presencial de manera segura.

A medida que haya información adicional disponible, los detalles se compartirán con los padres a través de ParentLink y con todo el personal del CCSD por correo electrónico. La información actualizada también estará disponible en línea en reconnect.ccsd.net.

Superintendent Announces School Opening Plan

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) announced today at a press conference the timeline for all students to return to face-to-face instruction. The safety and wellbeing of students and staff is top priority. Comprehensive Health and Safety procedures are outlined in CCSD’s Hybrid Instructional Model Implementation Guide available online in English and Spanish at reconnect.ccsd.net.

“As I’ve stated for many months now, I want schools open. It’s important for our students, staff and our entire community,” said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “I have been very vocal about this with the staff, parents and the community and in the media. This is why we have been working with our employee bargaining units for months.”

Governor Steve Sisolak’s easing of restrictions last week has provided an expedited route to reopen our schools and that is how CCSD is proceeding. District staff have been busy working to figure out what the change in restrictions means for our students, to include a date for each grade level to return to schools, along with logistics such as bus routing, food service, COVID-19 testing, and contact tracing.

CCSD opening timeline

  • March 1 – All Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3 students return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • March 22 – Grades 6, 9, and 12 can return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • April 6 – Grades 7, 8, 10 and 11 can return to face-to-face instruction under the hybrid instructional model

  • April 6 – Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5 will return to five days a week for face-to-face instruction

CCSD will continue to offer a full-time distance education option to our families who feel more comfortable keeping their children at home.

Athletics & Extracurricular Activities

The District is also working to allow students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities.

  • Spring Sports

    • Practices to begin April 3, 2021

    • Competition to begin April 16, 2021

    • The following sports: boys and girls track, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls diving, baseball, softball, boys golf and boys volleyball

  • Intramural Fall sports

    • April 5 – May 1, 2021

      • Football

      • Full-contact competition

      • 20 days of practice culminating in a one-hour intrasquad competition

      • Football Intramural window is earlier to allow for the yearly helmets and pads to be reconditioned in time for the regular 2021-22 fall season

    • May 3 – 22, 2021

      • Sports include: boys and girls tennis, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country and girls volleyball

      • Staggered to avoid forcing students to choose a single sport

      • These intramural/intrasquad sports will have a 20-day practice/competition window

  • No spectators will be allowed at any CCSD athletics events

  • School athletics will follow all guidelines from CCSD, the state, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA)

  • All coaches and adults associated with the team will have to have a negative test before activities begin

  • Performing Arts

    • Students will be able to engage in live learning and traditional rehearsals

  • Safety protocols will be implemented to ensure the safest possible return to face-to-face instruction
  • Similar to athletics, students will be permitted to engage in outside of class activities and rehearsals like, marching band, drill team and theater 
  • To ensure continued safety of our community, performing arts classes will have the option of engaging in streamed concerts for the immediate future

 

Reopening schools, bringing back staff and students, and continuing a distance education model requires a lot of logistics and consideration. The District asks for the community’s patience as CCSD works to bring back all students and staff to face-to-face instruction safely.

As additional information becomes available, details will be shared with parents via ParentLink, and with all CCSD staff by email. Updated information will also be available online at reconnect.ccsd.net.


El CCSD proporciona información actualizada sobre los planes de apertura para todos los niveles de grado

El 1 de marzo comienza el calendario para todos los estudiantes que regresan al salón de clase

El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark (CCSD) anunció hoy en una conferencia de prensa el calendario para todos los estudiantes que regresan a la enseñanza presencial. La seguridad, el bienestar de los estudiantes y el personal son la máxima prioridad. Los procedimientos integrales de salud y seguridad se describen en la Guía de Implementación del Modelo para la Enseñanza Híbrida del CCSD, disponible en inglés y español en reconnect.ccsd.net.

“Como he dicho durante muchos meses, quiero las escuelas abiertas. Es importante para nuestros estudiantes, el personal y para toda nuestra comunidad,” dijo el Superintendente del CCSD, Dr. Jesús F. Jara. “He hablado mucho sobre esto con el personal, los padres, la comunidad y los medios de comunicación. Es por esto que hemos estado trabajando con nuestras unidades de negociación de empleados por meses “.

La flexibilización de las restricciones por parte del gobernador Steve Sisolak la semana pasada ha proporcionado una ruta acelerada para reabrir nuestras escuelas y así es como está procediendo el CCSD. El personal del distrito ha estado ocupado trabajando para determinar qué significa el cambio en las restricciones para nuestros estudiantes, incluir una fecha para que cada nivel de grado regrese a las escuelas, junto con la logística, como ruta del autobús, el servicio de alimentos, las pruebas de COVID-19 y la localización de contactos.

Calendario de reapertura del CCSD

  • 1 de marzo: todos los estudiantes de preescolar a tercer grado regresan a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 22 de marzo: los grados 6.°, 9.° y 12.° pueden regresar a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 6 de abril: los grados 7.°, 8.°, 10.° y 11.° pueden regresar a la enseñanza presencial bajo el modelo de enseñanza híbrida.
  • 6 de abril – de preescolar al 5. ° grado volverán cinco días a la semana para la instrucción presencial.

 

El CCSD continuará ofreciendo una opción de educación a distancia de tiempo completo para nuestras familias que se sientan más cómodas manteniendo a sus hijos en casa.

Deportes y Actividades Extracurriculares

El distrito también está trabajando para permitir que los estudiantes participen en deportes y actividades extracurriculares.

  • Deportes de primavera
    • Las prácticas comenzarán el 3 de abril de 2021
    • La competencia comenzará el 16 de abril de 2021
    • Los siguientes deportes: atletismo para niños y niñas, natación para niños y niñas, buceo para niños y niñas, béisbol, softbol, golf para niños y voleibol para niños.
  • Deportes intramurales de otoño
    • Del 5 de abril al 1 de mayo de 2021
      • Fútbol
      • Competición de full-contact (contacto total).
  • 20 días de práctica que culminan en una competencia interescuadras de una hora.
  • El periodo de fútbol intramural es más pronto para permitir que el reacondicionamiento requerido del casco y las almohadillas se complete a tiempo para la temporada de otoño regular 2021-22.
  • Del 3 al 22 de mayo de 2021
    • Los deportes incluyen: tenis para niños y niñas, fútbol para niños y niñas, carrera a campo traviesa para niños y niñas y voleibol para niñas.
    • Escalonado para evitar obligar a los estudiantes a elegir un solo deporte.
    • Estos deportes intramurales/interescuadras tendrán un periodo de práctica/competencia de 20 días.
  • No se permitirán espectadores en ningún evento deportivo del CCSD.
  • Los deportes escolares seguirán todas las directrices del CCSD, el estado, el Centro para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades y la Asociación de Actividades Interescolares de Nevada (NIAA).
  • Todos los entrenadores y adultos asociados con el equipo deberán tener una prueba negativa antes de que comiencen las actividades.
  • Las artes escénicas
    • Los estudiantes podrán participar en el aprendizaje en vivo y los ensayos tradicionales.
    • Se implementarán los protocolos de seguridad para garantizar el retorno más seguro posible a la enseñanza presencial.
    • De manera similar a los deportes, a los estudiantes se les permitirá participar en actividades y ensayos fuera de la clase como, banda de música, equipo de prácticas, teatro.
    • Para garantizar la seguridad continua de nuestra comunidad, las clases de artes escénicas tendrán la opción de participar en conciertos transmitidos en el futuro inmediato.

 

Reabrir escuelas, traer de regreso al personal y estudiantes, y continuar con un modelo de educación a distancia requiere mucha logística y consideración. El distrito solicita la paciencia de la comunidad mientras el CCSD trabaja para traer a todos los estudiantes y al personal a la instrucción presencial de manera segura.

A medida que haya información adicional disponible, los detalles se compartirán con los padres a través de ParentLink y con todo el personal del CCSD por correo electrónico. La información actualizada también estará disponible en línea en reconnect.ccsd.net.

CCSD Provides One-Stop Website For Hybrid Instructional Model Information

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) has launched reconnect.ccsd.net, a one-stop website for helpful information about the District’s hybrid instructional model.

The website is a handy resource for all information related to hybrid instruction, which begins March 1 for pre-kindergarten to Grade 3 students whose families choose for them to return to the classroom. Information on the website includes topics related to health and safety, food service, transportation, and technology, as well as information about hybrid instruction and full-time distance education.

“Our goal is to provide helpful information to parents and students within one website,” said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “I invite parents, students, and the community to visit the website for details about what to expect with hybrid instruction and helpful videos. Additionally, the District understands that not all parents are ready to have their children return to school buildings, so we are proud to provide choice for our families with the continuation of a full-time distance education model.”

The District’s instructional model of full-time distance education will continue as well for families. Throughout the second semester, the District will work to transition additional grade levels to the hybrid instructional model; however, there is currently no timeline for this transition.

Pre-K to Grade 3 parents should expect to hear from their child’s school by the end of this week about which cohort their child will be in.

A Spanish version of the website is also available by visiting reconnect.ccsd.net and clicking the language tab at the top left-hand side of the website and clicking “Español.”

To learn more about the Clark County School District, visit ccsd.net.

CCSD Celebrates Black History Month

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As part of Black History Month, schools are celebrating the contributions of African-Americans in U.S. history. CCSD schools are doing a variety of activities ranging from studying prominent African-Americans to having events that include song, dance and poetry virtually.

This beautiful collage recognizes some of our school namesakes at CCSD that have contributed to education.

Watch Superintendent Jesus F. Jara’s video, recognizing African-American leaders like Hannah Brown, Helen Anderson Toland and the late Tyrone Thompson who have impacted the lives of CCSD students.

Nominate a Great Teacher for the Heart of Education Awards

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The deadline to nominate a teacher for the Heart of Education Awards is fast approaching: Nomination forms can be submitted online at theheartofeducation.org with an extended nomination period until Friday, February 12, 2021.

Once a nomination has been submitted, each nominated teacher will receive an email notification to complete a separate online application. Teachers will be asked to write a 500-word-or-less essay describing how they have gone above and beyond to support their students.

Myron Martin, president of The Smith Center, told Channel 3’s Krystal Allan that this year’s awards are an opportunity to recognize the unbelievable ways in which CCSD teachers have gone above and beyond in a virtual school setting.

The Smith Center created The Heart of Education Awards in 2015, and the awards are made possible by a long-term commitment from The Rogers Foundation.

Vegas PBS Kids Writers Contest is Open Until March 26

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Elementary school teachers in the Clark County School District (CCSD) are encouraged to have their students submit entries in the Vegas PBS KIDS Writers Contest.

The contest is designed to promote the advancement of children’s literacy skills through hands-on, active learning. It is made possible by local financial support from Janice Allen, empowering children in grades K-5 to celebrate creativity and build literacy skills by writing and illustrating their very own stories.

Students can write about any topic according to PBS Ready To Learn Coordinator Jessica Russell. Students can write about fact, fiction, poetry or prose, but all submissions must be original works. The entries will be judged for originality, creative expression, storytelling technique, illustrations and overall impression.

“We are very excited to hold the writers contest again this year,” said Jessica Russell, Vegas PBS Ready To Learn Coordinator. “We are happy to create an educational environment where children can learn through engaging and unique experiences by using their creativity and letting their imaginations soar.”

Submissions to the VEGAS PBS KIDS Writers Contest must be received by Friday, March 26, 2021 at 5 p.m. All entries must be accompanied by an official entry form signed by a parent/guardian.

Stories can be mailed to Vegas PBS at:

3050 E. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89121

Entries may also be emailed to jrussell@vegaspbs.org.

A panel of judges will select local winners in the spring of 2021. All local winners will be recognized by Vegas PBS and will receive trophies, a hardcover version of their story, autographed books, and a custom backpack filled with additional reading and writing resources.

CCSD to Celebrate Peace Week January 18th-22nd

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CCSD is celebrating Peace Week Jan. 18 through 22, 2021. Students will take part in activities virtually that contribute to the creation of a more peaceful world. CCSD’s Peace Week theme is “Be Inclusive.”

Peace Week focuses on helping educators, students, and the community to promote a culture of peace in Nevada and around the world. Individuals work on understanding and managing conflict in their own lives.

The Clark County School District (CCSD) developed the online Canvas Peace Week 2020-2021 Guide in an effort to support schools in implementing activities that support a safe, respectful, and inclusive learning environment. The guide seeks to bolster the year-long effort by providing suggested resources, activities, and lesson plan ideas with a focus on enhancing a safe and respectful learning environment.

All CCSD schools are encouraged to post pictures on social media and share what they are doing as part of Peace Week, using hashtag #CCSDPeaceWeek.

Magnet School Applications Now Open

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Families in southern Nevada are invited to apply to any of the 40 Magnets and five Select Schools in the Clark County School District (CCSD) through January 5, 2021. The CCSD Magnet Schools and Career & Technical Academies Department will be hosting virtual Magnet 101 Parent Workshops and Fall and Winter Choice fairs over the coming months for families interested in learning about the various magnet programs throughout the District.

CCSD will continue to offer kindergarten as an option at 11 CCSD elementary Magnet Schools.

Information regarding application criteria is available online at magnet.ccsd.net.

A lottery will be conducted for any program when there are more qualifying students than available seats.

The following Magnet 101 Parent Workshops and Choice Fairs can be accessed at magnet.ccsd.net.

Magnet 101 Parent Workshops Dates and Times:

  • Thur. Nov. 12, 2020 10 – 11 a.m. & 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. (Spanish Speaker)
  • Tues. Dec. 1, 2020 10 – 11 a.m. & 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Magnet Choice Fairs Dates and Times:

  • Sat. Oct. 24, 2020 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Sat. Dec. 5, 2020 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

For more information about CCSD Magnet Schools, visit magnet.ccsd.net.

52 CCSD Students Named National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist

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A total of 52 Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students have been selected as semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program through the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. They represent less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors and qualify to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million to be offered next spring.

These students were among the highest-scoring participants in Nevada, and out of more than 1.5 million juniors in more than 21,000 high schools nationwide, who entered the program by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, which is the initial screening for program entrants. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state.

To become a National Merit finalist, each semifinalist and his or her high school are required to complete a detailed application that provides information about the candidate’s academic record, participation in school and community activities, demonstrated leadership abilities, employment and honors, and awards received. Merit Scholar designees will be selected on the basis of their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies. A Semifinalist must have an outstanding academic record, be endorsed and recommended by a high school official, and write an essay.

“Being named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist is an outstanding accomplishment, and our students and staff should be proud,” said CCSD Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “This demonstrates true dedication to academic achievement and I congratulate these students on this honor and wish them the best on their path to becoming National Merit finalists.”

CCSD congratulates the following National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists:

Advanced Technologies Academy

  • Garcia, Yanyel E.

  • Lewis, Colin J.

  • Perez-Herrera, Edward

  • Rice, Ty J.

  • Rose, Davis A.

  • Shadd, Isaiah E.

  • Wittwer, Colton

  • Zheng, Benet C.

 

Arbor View High School

  • Scow, Caleb B.

 

College of Southern Nevada

  • Shipley, Peverel D.

 

Coronado High School

  • Digiacomo, Nicolas G.

  • Dorrough, Patrick H.

  • Fakler, Wyatt P.

  • Gerardo, Raymond T.

  • Ghani, Moonis M.

  • Ha, Elizabeth

  • Hettinger, Joshua T.

  • Kyong, Daniel L.

  • Shankar, Sanjay C.

  • Sullivan, Zachary T.

  • Veyne, Maximilian T.

  • Vott, Steve S.

 

Ed W. Clark High School

  • Adams, Sophia

  • Birt, Charles P.

  • Chundu, Sahi

  • Chung, Kenneth J.

  • Coloma, Caitlyn Taylor H.

  • Hoffman, Malcolm T.

  • Lin, Sydney E.

  • Lok, Daniel A.

  • Patel, Dylan

  • Reddy, Jaiden S.

  • Shah, Isha K.

  • Spagnolo, Mathew

  • Tian, Melissa Y.

  • Wade, Subhan B.

  • Wang, Grace Y.

  • Wang, Kaitlyn K.

  • Wang, Yiting

  • Wrote, Evan R.

  • Zhan, Felix Y.

 

Green Valley High School

  • Nguyen, Henry J.

  • Remington, Lily E.

 

Las Vegas Academy of the Arts

  • Rohani, Kusha R.

 

Palo Verde High School

  • Carver, Clark A.

  • Nielson, Mya M.

  • Raju, Priya D.

  • Variar, Rahul G.

 

Rancho High School

  • Danser, Andrew M.

 

Virgin Valley High School

  • Tan, Jaden

 

West Career and Technical Academy

  • Jain, Vihaan

  • Kwon, Athina