July 18, 2018
Carson City School District's administrative office.
Carson City School Superintendent Richard Stokes asked the community to consider making efforts to level the playing field for schools in terms of equality and equity for all students last week during the school district’s virtual community professional learning community.
An Eagle Valley Middle School teacher has been placed on administrative leave Monday following an incident that included alleged discriminatory remarks made during class, according to a statement released by the Carson City School District.
Tracking an English learner’s progress already varies from the typical student’s academic path under usual circumstances, but with COVID-19, it’s challenging and overwhelming, Carson City School District director of elementary education and English learner programs Chad Hicks says.
Carson City School District is on track to submitting its tentative budget to the state Department of Taxation for the April 15 deadline after adjusting for expected staff reassignments, reductions and attrition for fiscal year 2020-21.
Carson City School District officials are seeking opportunities to maximize funding streams for operations and construction as the amended general fund budget, showing a $2 million deficit, for 2019-20 was approved by the Board of Trustees on Tuesday.
More than 30 attended Carson City School District’s community meeting Wednesday night to hear its proposal to expand space at Eagle Valley Middle School and address concerns about expected student growth in the community.
A citizens committee is considering potential uses of the 1600 Snyder Ave., property and providing input on the prospective investment for the Carson City School District.
The Carson City School District’s original offer on the former Capital Christian property at 1600 Snyder Ave., was rejected by the seller and the letter of intent had expired on July 8, Superintendent Richard Stokes reported to the Board of Trustees at Tuesday’s meeting.
The Carson City School Board has approved a resolution to submit its final budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year to the Nevada Legislature with few modifications from its document presented at its May 28 meeting.
The Carson City School District is looking for ways to reduce a $5.7 million deficit for its projected fiscal year 2019 ending fund balance by $3 million, but everything hinges on outcomes from the Nevada Legislature in the remaining weeks of the session.