Friday Family Facts
Week of Monday, October 13, 2020 - Friday October 16, 2020
Thank you for getting us to 91% attendance this so far this year.
A student is considered present/participating for an attendance day and course based on the following definitions:
1. The student makes progress in their classwork leading toward mastery of the Nevada Academic Content Standards and/or a course’s completion that can be verified through a learning management system or other means; and/or
2. The student participates in a real-time class session (e.g., attends a live Google Meet); and/or
3. The student meets with or otherwise communicates with a licensed teacher or licensed substitute teacher who is able to discuss the student’s progress in the particular course.
- Make sure to move your body and drink lots of water.
- Next PBIS Reward Day November 13th.
- Attendance: Attendance = Learning! Ways to attend school: Log on to live class sessions, complete work through Canvas or Google Classroom, or communicate with the teacher via email (provide pictures of work done or explain what work was done that day).
- 10 Consecutive Absences may result in Withdrawal for school!
PBIS Rewards Distribution Day
Friday, Nov. 13th, 7:45am-1pm
5700 North Bruce Street
North Las Vegas, NV
Students can come pick up their pre-ordered items from the PBIS Rewards store. Items can be selected in Clever. Here's Mrs. Casorla with a quick video on how students can select PBIS Rewards items.
College and Career Awareness Week
Clark County School District Safe Routes to School Poster Contest
We invite K-8th grade CCSD students to help promote safety in our communities!
TEN bikes and scooters will also be given to top winners!!
Create a poster focused on bike and/or pedestrian safety.
Posters can be created on paper using pencil, crayon, marker, or in digital format.
Prizes will vary by grade level. Prizes will be delivered to school sites. Winners may be interviewed, and featured in a Safe Routes to School lesson video!
What we are looking for:
Creativity and biking/walking safety tips.
Posters may reflect your community, your idea of a safe path to a park, pedestrian and/or bicycle safety tips.
Entries - Due by October 31, 2020 - Please include your name, school, grade, and teacher (K-5 classroom teacher, 6-8 first period teacher) in body of email.
Please send pdfs or images of your poster to email@example.com
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: The health and safety of students and staff depends upon compliance and adherence to guidance set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD).
Disclaimer: This is a Safe Routes to School activity. If your child participates, you acknowledge that the activity involves a risk of injury and hereby acknowledge that Clark County School District is not responsible for any losses, damages, harm, liability, costs, or expenses incurred by participation in any Safe Routes to School activities or programs.