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Jhone Ebert Visits Eagle Valley Middle School for Computer Science Week
12/06/2022
In observance of Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek), Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS) students were able to display their coding skills for Nevada Department of Education Superintendent Jhone Ebert Monday, Dec. 5. The activities highlighted computer programing efforts in Mr. Jeremy Smith and Mr. Mark Kuniya’s sixth and seventh grade classes (respectively).
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Eagle Valley Middle School Students Partake in “Love It or Lose It” Lunch Menu Event
12/05/2022
Last Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2, students at Eagle Valley Middle School had the opportunity to partake in Nutrition Services’ first ever Student Choice “Love It or Lose It” event during lunch where they tasted new menu concepts and voted on keeping it on the menu or losing it.
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Senior Spotlight: Carson High’s Sam Hodges
12/02/2022
This week, the Senior Spotlight shines on Carson High School’s Sam Hodges. Sam describes herself as being quiet, hardworking and having a good sense of humor. What she doesn’t share is that she has a strong commitment to her family, is willing to challenge herself and is very modest. From a young age, her parents instilled a strong work ethic, which shows in her levels of responsibility and dependability.
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Pioneer Academy Helps 30 Families Enjoy Thanksgiving
12/01/2022
The gift of giving was alive and well at Pioneer Academy during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Thanks to the annual support and generosity of the Hernandez family, Jenn and the managers at FoodMaxx, and the Pioneer students and staff, the school was able to provide a full Thanksgiving meal to 30 families in the Carson City School District.
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Carson City Fifth Graders Set to Sing at Tree Lighting Event
11/28/2022
Fifth graders from all six public elementary schools as well as Carson Montessori, Bethlehem Lutheran and Saint Teresa’s will perform as a unified holiday choir for the annual Silver and Snowflakes Festival of Lights on the Capitol steps in downtown Carson City Friday, Dec. 2, at 5:30 p.m.
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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.