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Graduation is near!
Class of 2013 graduation is just around the corner! Please click here
for the 2013 Senior newsletter.
Registration for 2013 - 2014 School Year
Students will meet with their counselor during the next several weeks to review recommendations and to choose elective classes. Click here to see the elective options available for each grade.
9th and 10th grade students will be meeting with their counselor next week and 11th grade students will meet the first week of April.
Notice of student searches
Students are hereby informed that they will be subject to search when they enter campus after the beginning of the school day. This includes, but is not limited to, unauthorized returns. This notice does not exclude personnel, however, from searching a student at any time should there be reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.
Por este medio se informa a los alumnos que serán sujetos a revisión en su persona y pertenencias al ingresar al campus una vez que haya iniciado el día escolar. Esto incluye, pero no se limita a regresos no autorizados. Sin embargo, este aviso no impide que un miembro del personal pueda revisar a un alumno en cualquier momento si existe sospecha razonable de actos indebidos.
This message will also be included in the 2013-2014 Behavior Guidelines for Secondary Students and Behaving Positively at School for Elementary Students.
For further information regarding student searches, please refer to Clark County School District Regulation 5144 - SEARCHING STUDENTS OR STUDENT LOCKERS.
District D April Newsletter
Attached you will find the April District D Newsletter in English
INCREASE IN LUNCH PRICES FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2012-13
The lunch price will increase by $.10 resulting in elementary lunch price of $1.85 and secondary lunch price of $3.10.
Breakfast prices will remain the same. SPECIAL MEALS
Many students receive special meals through the CCSD Food Service Department due to diet restrictions, allergies, and food intolerances.
The first week of the school year can sometimes present a challenge providing these special meals due to school transfers, diet changes, etc.
Parents should be advised they may want to send a sack lunch with their student the first few days of the school year until they are assured their special meals are delivered to the proper school.ON-LINE FOOD SERVICE ADVANCED PAYMENTS.
Food Service on-line payments made at https://www.schoolpaymentsolutions.com/
for meals no longer have a transaction fee as in previous years.
Normal credit card fees will still apply, but the transaction fee will now be absorbed by Food Service resulting in no charge to users.FREE OR REDUCED MEALS
For speedier results, the on-line application at https://www.applyforlunch.com/
usually results in a one or two day approval. Remember, applications must be submitted every year.
Senior Pictures 2012-13
Attention Seniors! Make an appointment today for your senior portrait. Please call Bernhard & Williams Photography at 251-3040 to set up an appointment for your senior portrait. This portrait will be used for the yearbook, so call for an appointment today.
Valley High School Student Earns Perfect Score on ACT
Congratulations to Valley High School student Justin Joseph
, who received a perfect score of 36 on the ACT. Only one-tenth of one percent of students nationwide achieve this goal. Joseph is enrolled in Valley’s International Baccalaureate Program.
SENATE BILL 276
SenateBill 276 calls for programs directed towards the prevention of bullying,cyberbullying, harassment or intimidation in public schools. If you feel there is or has been an incidentof cyberbulling, harassment, or intimidation please report the incident at:
Online Transcript Request
You can download the Online Transcript Request here
ParentLink Provides Parental Access to Student Progress
To help you more effectively monitor the progress of your child, the Clark County School District provides a computer based system called ParentLink
by which you can track your student's grades and attendance. Simply enter the login ID and password that have been provided to you from your child's school to review you student's information. If you do not have a login ID and password, please contact your child's school. Thank you for your commitment to your child's education.
Educational Involvement Accord/Code of Honor
Senate Bill 214, Section 17 of the 2005 Nevada Legislative session directs the Nevada Department of Education
to provide a form for educational involvement accords to be used by all public schools in Nevada. This Accord complies with the state’s adoptedParent Involvement Policy as well as with the federal No Child LeftBehind (NCLB) Act of 2001. In addition, the Educational Involvement Accord is accompanied by a variety of informational materials (including the Code of Honor which every district and its teachersdistribute to each student’s parent(s).
Download the Code of Honor in English | Spanish
Download the Educational Involvement Accord in English | Spanish