Distance Education Support for Families

Connecting Kids NV

 

ConnectingKidsNV.org aims to connect every student for the 2020-2021 school year. Click the Connecting Kids NV Guide for information on registration, device access, and reliable internet.

Cox Tips: Internet Access Best Practices for Learning at Home

 

Cox Communications has provided a list of Internet Access Best Practices for Learning at Home.

UFL Online

 

Family and Community Engagement Services (FACES), in collaboration with other Clark County School District (CCSD) divisions and departments, is pleased to provide informational courses and videos through the University of Family Learning Online. To access our library of parent and family videos, click on the UFL Online.

Reconnecting with Our Students Family Guide

 

The Clark County School District launched a new digital family guide to provide information to parents and guardians as students begin distance learning on Monday, August 24.

 

The new website is located at reconnect.ccsd.net.

 

The site provides information on full-time distance learningregistrationparent resources and more.

Distance Education Support for Caregivers

 

Community centers, daycares, and other caregivers helping students engage in distance learning can access the Distance Education Support for Caregivers Guide.

AARSI Parent Resources

 

The Assessment, Accountability, Research, and School Improvement (AARSI) Division provides service and support to schools, departments and divisions, the community, the Nevada Department of Education, and the federal government. The division ensures fidelity of assessments and accuracy in data reporting, as well as manages local, state, and federal accountability monitoring and compliance.

 

Click on Parent Resources to access valuable information on the following topics:

Staying Active at Home

 

The Staying Active at Home Guide provides a list of resources to assist families in promoting physical activities for all students.