Archive News Releases

Hiring for Careers
Posted on 11/29/2017
Carson City School District will host a Job Fair Tuesday, December 5, from 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. inside Carson High School, south Senator Square, 1111 North Saliman Road. Nearly 50 positions will be available.  READ MORE...
Fifth Graders Set to Sing at Tree Lighting Event
Posted on 11/27/2017
Fifth graders from all six public elementary schools as well as Carson Montessori and Saint Teresa’s will perform as a unified holiday choir for the 29th annual Silver and Snowflake Festival of Lights on the Capitol steps in downtown Carson City Friday, Dec. 1, at 5:30 p.m.  READ MORE...
Don Bland and his wife Coco Graham
Don Bland Honored from Pioneer High School
Posted on 11/21/2017
On Saturday evening, November 18, at its Annual Conference held in Reno at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, the Nevada Association of School Boards recognized the achievements and contributions of school board members, teachers, administrators, educational advocates, and others from across the State. Mr. Don Bland of Pioneer High School was awarded Innovative Educator of the Year.   READ MORE...
CTE Student Creates Logo for Parkinson's Advocacy Group
Posted on 11/21/2017
With the group growing by two or three participants per month, and in an effort to bring more recognition within the community, Brian Reedy, Carson City Parkinson's Advocacy & Awareness co-director, knew he had to create a logo to help identify the organization. Alex Camp’s design was chosen from 29 logos.   READ MORE...
Most Energy-efficient School District
Posted on 11/20/2017
Carson City School District becomes the latest participant in an energy-awareness and savings program called powerED. McKinstry, an energy and facility services expert, will administer the two-year educational-focused program.  READ MORE...
Poetry Author Visit
Posted on 11/17/2017
Carson High School’s AP Spanish class was treated to a lecture Friday featuring Spanish poetry by Retired Senior Deputy Attorney General Glade Myler.  READ MORE...
New HOSA Chapter at CMS First for School and State
Posted on 11/09/2017
The Carson High School Career and Technical Education program and Victoria Defilippi, a senior CTE student and HOSA state officer, helped Carson Middle School to create its own health science student organization, HOSA, the first middle school program of its kind for the school and the state.  READ MORE...
Schools Salute Veterans with Events
Posted on 11/07/2017
Carson City students will recognize and honor military men and women this week with Veteran’s Day displays and events. Veterans from all branches of military service, as well as families of students, are encouraged to attend.  READ MORE...
Retroactive Diplomas Available
Posted on 11/06/2017
Following the guidance of the state of Nevada, Carson City School District will be administering retroactive diplomas to all former students who qualify under the new requirements set by the Nevada Department of Education.  READ MORE...
Mark Korinek Earns 2017 Golden Pinecone
Posted on 10/26/2017
Carson City School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce Director of Operations Mark Korinek as a winner of GreenNevada’s (Growing Resources for Environmental Education in Nevada) 2017 Golden Pinecone Sustainability Award. Korinek was nominated and recognized in the Individual / Volunteer category for his visionary leadership in guiding the district to implement sustainable practices.  READ MORE...
Lights On After School
Posted on 10/25/2017
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 26, from 4-6 pm at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada to celebrate the after school programs that provide the youth in Carson City with a safe and positive place to spend time and learn after school.  READ MORE...
More than 600 backpacks go to homeless students
Posted on 10/23/2017
In a collaborative effort with the Carson City School District, the Nevada Department of Education will divide and pack more than 600 backpacks and books for the education of homeless children and youth across Nevada.  READ MORE...
Ashley Figueroa Wins Poster Contest
Posted on 10/18/2017
Carson City School District is pleased to announce Miss Ashley Figueroa, a junior at Carson High School, as winner of the State Fire Prevention & Awareness Poster contest for the High School category. Figueroa will be honored with her poster placed on billboards in the Elko, Reno/Sparks, Carson City and Las Vegas areas.  READ MORE...

  05-24-17 Job / College Fair Friday
  05-15-17 Nevada PTA Awards Scholarships, Honors 
  05-10-17 Outstanding Math Educators 
  05-09-17 Multicultural Math Around the World Night
  05-08-17 National Geographic Map in Carson City 
  05-02-17 Meningitis Vaccine Required for 7th Graders
   
  04-26-17 Employee & Educator of the Year
  04-25-17 Jedi Engineer's 3rd at World Championship
  04-21-17 CTE Presents Mint Replica to State Museum
  04-11-17 Step Into Spring
  04-10-17 Energy Efficiency Upgrades
  04-06-17 No Make Up Days Required
   
  03-15-17  New Principals
  03-09-17  Nevada Moves Day MA
  03-01-17  Shark Tank Competition
06-15-17 Pedaling Books During Summer School
The Carson City Library’s Pedal Library will be busy delivering books to students attending summer school. Now through the end of June, the teardrop trailer pulled behind a bike will provide up to 60 pounds of books at each elementary school within the Carson City School District. The mobile library will be offering mobile wifi and charging station soon. 
06-15-17 Pedaling Books During Summer School
The Carson City Library’s Pedal Library will be busy delivering books to students attending summer school. Now through the end of June, the teardrop trailer pulled behind a bike will provide up to 60 pounds of books at each elementary school within the Carson City School District. The mobile library will be offering mobile wifi and charging station soon. 
06-15-17 Pedaling Books During Summer School
The Carson City Library’s Pedal Library will be busy delivering books to students attending summer school. Now through the end of June, the teardrop trailer pulled behind a bike will provide up to 60 pounds of books at each elementary school within the Carson City School District. The mobile library will be offering mobile wifi and charging station soon.