CCSD Transportation Holds Virtual Job Fair in April

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) Transportation Department is hosting two week long Virtual Job Fairs in lieu of the monthly on-site Job Fairs for prospective bus drivers. As part of the event, applicants will be able to apply online and have the opportunity to have questions answered by staff as well as assistance with completion of applications via Live Chat during this time.

  • March 30 – April 3, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. ‐ 1:00 p.m.
  • April 16 –  April 20, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. ‐ 1:00 p.m.


Prospective job applicants can access the “Virtual Job Fair” by visiting and scrolling down to find “Virtual Job Fair” Live Chat. Representatives will be available to talk to applicants and answer any questions.

Student Performers Find New Audiences

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Plays, musicals and other performing arts activities have been canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but CCSD students have found new audiences for their talents through social media.

There have been plenty of cover versions over the decades of Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas” – including renditions by Bruce Springsteen, ZZ Top, The Killers and many others.

Click here to watch and listen to a Spring Valley High School student’s impressive take on this classic … using the violin.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the coronavirus pandemic didn’t prevent the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Virtual Wind Symphony from performing recently.

Click here to learn more and watch the performance.

Theatre Teacher Gary Sessa posted a Bonanza High School assembly performance (filmed prior to school closure) from the musical “Mamma Mia.” Click here to watch the performance.

Post your own videos and tag CCSD social media channels!

Read and Share Your Favorite Book: #CCSDReads

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Clark County School District is calling on members of our community to help students continue to engage in learning by reading their favorite book — and uploading a video of them doing so using the hashtag #CCSDReads.

The response to Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara’s call to action has been tremendous. If you haven’t already shared a video of yourself reading a cherished book, we invite you to do so.

Here are just a handful of the uplifting videos posted so far from those in our CCSD family and friends in the community …

Casey Juliano, librarian at Nate Mack Elementary School, brings to life the story of “Bedtime for Batman” in a live-action rendition:

Eric Nepomuceno, senior associate athletics director of compliance at UNLV, entertains us by reading “Dan, the Taxi Man” with his sons Lucas, Aaron and Nolan:

Brianna Cotter, biology teacher at Sierra Vista High School, reads “The Value of Believing in Yourself: The Story of Louis Pasteur”:

Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear reads “Clarence and the Purple Horse Bounce into Town”:

Marta Meana, acting UNLV president, offers us her choice — “The Bossy Gallito / El gallo de bodas” — in Spanish!

CCSD Alum Creates Service to Shop for Seniors

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Jayde Powell, an Advanced Technologies Academy graduate who is a pre-med student at the University of Nevada, Reno, is rallying students across Nevada to help seniors get groceries.

Powell has created a network of volunteers called “Shopping Angels,” which gets groceries and supplies to senior citizens who might be afraid to venture out during the coronavirus pandemic.

Indeed, the can-do spirit of Powell has captured the attention of national media.

Click here to watch a story on CNN about Powell and her growing network of volunteers.

UPDATE: CCSD School Closures Extended to April 30

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All CCSD schools will remain closed through April 30. 


Click here to view updates from Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara and information regarding coronavirus.

Click here for information regarding food distribution sites.

Click here for Student Learning Extension Opportunities.

Click here for information regarding Vegas PBS resources.

Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions regarding coronavirus and the CCSD community.

Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions regarding school closures and CCSD employees.

CCSD Partners with the Siegel Group to Deliver Resources to Families

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) Board of School Trustees President Lola Brooks and Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara delivered meals and Pinkbox doughnuts to students at the Siegel Suites Cambridge, Siegel Suites Boulder I and Siegel Suites Boulder 2 as part of the continued efforts to provide necessities to students during the unprecedented school closures.

“Our top priority is making sure our students are safe and healthy during the school closures,” Brooks said. “CCSD Food Service is doing a phenomenal job of providing meals to families at the 36 sites throughout Clark County but we realize some families do not have the transportation to make it to those locations.”

Trustee Brooks and Superintendent Jara offered encouragement to the students and their families as they delivered the meals along with other members of the CCSD leadership team.

“Food is a basic need that many in the community are struggling with in these uncertain times. We are working to find solutions to get more food and academic resources into students’ hands every day,” Superintendent Jara said. “We are having regular discussions with community partners, like Siegel Suites, about how we can work with the business community to ensure our students and their families are secure during the school and business closures.”

“During such a difficult time in our community, and around the world, it is so important for us to give back through Siegel Cares, the charitable arm of The Siegel Group,” Judith Siegel, Executive Vice President of The Siegel Group, said. “We are proud to partner with the Clark County School District to help provide meals to those who are in need. This will be an ongoing initiative for The Siegel Group, and some of our brands, including Pinkbox Doughnuts, Siegel’s Bagelmania and Siegel Suites, to continue to come up with ways of ensuring that the children in our community do not go hungry.”

CCSD Food Service is continually working to evaluate and add food distribution locations as the need and resources are available. All CCSD Distribution Food Sites are open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Meals are available for all children ages 2 -18. Parents and guardians will now be able to pick up meals for their children without their child/children present. For additional details and to locate a site near you, visit

News outlets can get photos/video of the food distribution by clicking here.

Food Distribution Information

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The Clark County School District (CCSD) will continue providing breakfast and lunch to students during the closure of our schools. Student food distribution pods will be set up at 28 school locations throughout the district from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. Parents can also pick up academic resources in the near future at these sites.

In order to comply with federal regulations, a school-age child must be present for food to be distributed. A school ID card is not required. The pickup location will be set up outside of the school sites to facilitate distribution. Food distribution locations and times are being updated online at

Parents can also pick up academic resources at CCSD food distribution sites.

Additionally, CCSD will be working with our government and community partners to set up food distribution options to ensure our students have access to additional food.

Click here for a list of CCSD food distribution sites


El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark (CCSD) continuará brindando desayuno y almuerzo a los estudiantes durante el cierre de nuestras escuelas.

Los grupos de distribución de alimentos para estudiantes se instalarán en 28 ubicaciones escolares en todo el distrito de 8 a.m. a 11 a.m. Los padres también pueden recoger recursos académicos en estos sitios.

Para cumplir con las regulaciones federales, un niño en edad escolar debe estar presente para que se distribuyan los alimentos. No se requiere una tarjeta de identificación escolar. La ubicación de recogida se establecerá fuera de los sitios escolares para facilitar la distribución.

Los lugares y horarios de distribución de alimentos se actualizan en línea en

Click here for a list of CCSD food sitios de distribución