Parent General Information
Common Core State Standards Overview
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) define the knowledge and skills students should gain and refine during their K-12 educational careers in mathematics and English language arts so that they will graduate high school able to succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing academic college courses and in workforce training programs. The three-minute video below explains how the Common Core State Standards will help students achieve at high levels and learn what they need to know to get to graduation and beyond.
A Continued Focus on Student Achievement
Under the leadership of its respective superintendent, the focus of the Area Service Centers and Superintendent's Schools Division remains that of student achievement. Each service area and division provides services to schools and local school communities and serve as liaisons to central office departments and divisions as they work to ensure compliance with district, state and federal procedures, regulations and laws.
Curriculum Overview for Parents
The Curriculum Overviews have been developed to help parents understand what is expected of students in each grade level in the core subject areas of English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. It provides a listing of skills and concepts to be taught in each grade level. Tips and activities are also provided to help your child learn at home.
Partners for Achievement Newsletter
These newsletters provide an overview of what students will learn based on the Nevada Academic Content Standards for middle school and high school and during each semester in reading, writing, and mathematics for kindergarten through fifth grade. These newsletters also offer parents ideas to support their student's learning at home.
Partners for Achievement - 1st Semester - Kindergarten through 5th Grade (2014-2015)
Partners for Achievement - 1st Semester - Kindergarten through 5th Grade (español)
Partners for Achievement - 2nd Semester - Kindergarten through 5th Grade (2014-2015)
Partners for Achievement - 2nd Semester - Kindergarten through 5th Grade (español)
Partners for Achievement - MS ELA and Mathematics (2014-2015)
Partners for Achievement - MS ELA and Mathematics (español)
Partners for Achievement - HS ELA and Mathematics (2014-2015)
Partners for Achievement - HS ELA and Mathematics (español)
Curriculum and Professional Development Division (CPD)
Assessment, Accountability, Research & School Improvement (AARSI)
Student Support Services Division (SSSD)
CCSD Policies and Regulations
Standard Student Attire
Notice of Nondiscrimination
Back to School Reporter
The Back to School Reporter (BTSR) aims to be helpful and informative. If you have additional questions call your child's school, or refer to "Useful CCSD Phone Numbers" on the inside cover of BTSR. The "at your fingertips" sections of BTSR also contain helpful information, and you may also call the school district's main switchboard at 702-799-5000.
Nominate your child's K-6 mathematics or science (computer science, too) teacher
Response to Instruction
No Child Left Behind
Special Education Rights of Parents and Children
SSSD Special Education Procedures Manual
A Resource Guide For Parents (Section 504)
Just the Facts
Year Round Watch List
Educational Accords and Code of Honor
Forms for Parents
Release of Student
Release of Student Directory Information - English | Español
Request for Parent Conference - English | Español
Equivalent Credit Music Program - Student Application
Parent/Teacher Conference Report - English | Español
Parent Concern Form