Spring 2023


School District 

Community Quarterly Newsletter | CARSON CITY, NEVADA | Spring, 2023



Andrew FeulingThis winter has certainly been one to remember. I want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our incredible employees who have worked tirelessly to clear sidewalks and parking lots, ensuring our schools remain safe and accessible for everyone. I also want to recognize the efforts of our staff, students and families who have adapted to snowy conditions with flexibility and resilience. Your persistence has allowed us to continue to have school most days, ensuring learning continues despite the weather. And as much as I am grateful for relief from our drought, I look forward more to welcoming the new Spring season.

As we enter the final stretch of this exciting school year, we couldn’t be more proud of the accomplishments of our students. You’ll find many highlights as you continue to read below of both students and teachers doing remarkable things. We realize that the success of our students comes in part because of the tremendous support from parents and our community, but we should also recognize the dedicated employees who pour their heart and souls into our students every day. From teachers to bus drivers, secretaries, aides, custodians, food service staff, maintenance staff and administrators; we have a family approach here, and we take seriously our job of investing into the lives of every student, every day

Andrew Feuling
Superintendent, Carson City School District


Mental Health CareWe would like to remind students and families that there is help at the touch of their fingertips. In July of last year, the U.S. transitioned the 10-digit National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to 988, an easy-to-remember three-digit number for 24/7 mental health crisis care.

The move to the three-digit 988 phone number makes it easier to dial when emotions are running high. It also alleviates suicide-related calls to 911, redirecting the caller to a mental health professional who’s able to better assist them and their immediate needs. Read more.


Kindergarten RegistrationAll Pre-K, Kindergarten, new and returning student updates and registrations are underway. The school district utilizes Infinite Campus (IC) for their student data information system. Parents and families of new and current students will utilize online registration through IC to provide and update student information.

This year, in order to be admitted into kindergarten, all students MUST be 5-years-old on or before the first day of school, which will be Monday, Aug. 14. 2023. To review school boundaries, please check the district’s website at carsoncityschools.com and click on “School Attendance Zones” under the “Parents” tab. Or click here to view the School Site Locator on the district’s website...click here to view it in Spanish. Read more here. 


Ready to Rock KinderThe elementary schools in the Carson City School District will host “Ready to Rock Kinder,” a summer school development assessment for all students planning to attend Kindergarten this fall. The 8-day program (June 12-27, Monday through Wednesdays, 8:30-11:45 a.m.) will focus on kindergarten readiness and will allow parents and teachers to discuss school readiness and activities to help children be “Ready to Rock Kinder.”

The kindergarten readiness program will begin Thursday, June 8, 2023, with a ‘Parent and Me’ Kick-off where parents will experience the first day of the readiness program with their student. At the conclusion of the program, Parent Teacher Conferences will be held June 28 and 29 to discuss and support school readiness. Space for the summer program is limited. To reserve a spot for a student planning to attend Kindergarten this year, please sign up at the school the child will attend. See VIDEO.


Mini GrantsThe Carson City Schools Foundation (CCSF), in support of the Carson City School District, has launched its annual giving campaign, “Funding Future Dreams,” to support advanced learning for students in Carson City.

Now through June 30, 2023, the Foundation seeks community contributions to support three proven programs: the teacher classroom mini-grant and department/school-site grants that help purchase special project materials; student book and material fees for students qualifying for the JumpStart College program and exam fees for Advanced Placement (AP) students in need.

$20Last year, the fundraising campaign raised nearly $34,000 for students, exceeding the initial goal of $24,000. The foundation’s goal this year is to raise a total of $60,000: $20K for teacher/department/school grants, $20K for books and materials for JumpStart students and $20K for exam fees for AP students. Click here for more information on how to make a contribution, or visit the district’s website to read more.


Matt and MollyAt their first meeting of the year Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023, the Carson City School Board was pleased to welcome two new recently elected board members Trustee Matt Clapham, District 3, and Trustee Molly Walt, District 6. Lupe Ramirez and Richard Varner were also recognized for being re-elected to their positions as trustees. Additionally, the board elected new officers to serve in leadership roles.

TrusteesTrustee Laurel Crossman, District 2, was named the newest president of the Carson City School District Board. She replaced former President and now Immediate Past President Richard Varner, District 4, as the school board’s leader. Trustees Joe Cacioppo, District 7, and Lupe Ramirez, District 1, were also named vice president and clerk, respectively. Cacioppo replaced former Vice President Crossman and Ramirez retained her former position as clerk. Each of the three leaders will serve one-year terms on the Carson City School Board. Read more.


Stacie and DonSuperintendent Andrew Feuling and School Board President Richard Varner took time to honor Carson City School Board Trustees Stacie Wilke-McCulloch and Don Carine at the Dec. 13, 2022, school board meeting. 

Don CarineCarine and Wilke-McCulloch were acknowledged for their dedication to education and the students of the Carson City School District. Carine served a total of six years on the board after being appointed to the position in 2016. He elected to not run again when his term ended last year. 

Wilke-McCullough Terms OutWilke-McCulloch, served multiple terms spanning multiple years, this being her final year before being termed out of the position. Matt Clapham was elected to the District 3 seat vacated by Stacie Wilke-McCulloch, and Molly Walt was elected to the District 6 seat vacated by Don Carine. Richard Varner and Lupe Ramirez were also re-elected to their positions of District 4 and District 1, respectively.



Steve WestSteve West, has been appointed as Director of Operations for the Carson City School District. He began his role with the district February 13, 2023. In his position, he will provide leadership, supervision, guidance and support for all matters pertaining to operations; benefiting approximately 7,600 students district wide. He will oversee and direct purchasing, warehouse and asset management, central receiving and shipping, mail services, transportation, nutrition services, capital projects, facility maintenance, groundskeeping, custodial operations, energy management and conservation initiatives. 

West previously served as the general manager of operations, with additional duties as project manager, for Kofile Technologies where he oversaw the success of historical documents preserved and digitalized for countless counties across the west coast and mid-west. He previously acted as senior operations manager for Waste Management and served his country proudly, retiring as the airborne operations logistics manager for the 1-508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team and 82nd Airborne Division. Read more here


Mark KorinekCarson City School District’s Operation Services Manager Mark Korinek retired earlier this year in January after a notable 25-year career. He mentioned one of his big accomplishments was when Carson City became “Solar City” in 2011. While he emphasized he didn’t accomplish it alone, having 9,604 photovoltaic solar panels housed among five schools spread across 195,000 square feet of solar arrays was memorable.

Mark KorinekKorinek also said Carson High School became the largest campus at the time to offer more solar energy per student in the state. Finally, he said his primary focus has always been on keeping school sites safe, warm and clean for students and staff in all conditions. Read more.



Pizza CutTo Carson City School District will host a Career Fair at the district office, 1402 West King Street, Thursday, April 13, from 2-4 p.m. Positions are open immediately and include entry level, part-time and full-time. 

CleaningThe district is looking to hire bus drivers, cooks/bakers, para professionals (instructional assistants, classroom aides, ESL assistants, etc.) custodians, groundskeepers, maintenance workers, substitutes, teachers and more. Positions are open immediately and include entry level, part-time and full-time. 

Bus DriversThis is a free event and there will be no registration required for job seekers. It is recommended that interested applicants dress professionally and come to the job fair with extra copies of their resume. For more information, call 775-283-2130.


TeachersIn partnership with iteachNEVADA, a national licensing provider, the Carson City School District has created a “Grow Your Own” educator preparation program designed to help the school district hire more certified teachers amid continued teacher shortages. In short, the program will fast-track individuals who have a bachelor’s degree to obtain a teaching license outside traditional pathways.

The alternative route to licensure partnership will give Carson City School District full control of the teacher candidate recruitment process, while iteach will provide free test preparation and assume creation, maintenance and assessment of all coursework and educator platforms. The new program will also offer rigorous educator preparation without the semester-to-semester time restrictions and cost associated with a traditional brick-and-mortar university. Watch the full introduction meeting on YouTube. Read more.


Legislative SessionCarson City School District students and educators helped open the first day of Nevada’s 2023 State Legislative Session Monday, February 6, 2023. To begin, the Carson High School NJROTC honor guard presented the colors, prior to the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the National Anthem, sung by Mark Twain Elementary Music Educator Christina Bourne. The Carson High School Concert Choir then performed "Home Means Nevada" and "Bright Morning Stars," a traditional 19th century American Spiritual arranged by Alice Parker. Watch the full video.

Pledge of AllegianceAdditionally, a dozen 5- and 6-year-olds from Ms. Sewell’s kindergarten class from Seeliger Elementary School had an opportunity to show their pride, patriotism and love for their state and country by leading and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance prior to Nevada’s new Governor Joe Lombardo’s State of the State Address Jan. 23, 2023. Watch the full video.

These reverent displays of patriotism and unity set an optimistic tone and a sense of pride in the hearts of all those in attendance. The experiences also provided the students and teachers with a greater appreciation for the role of government in their community and the importance of being informed citizens. The school district plans to continue providing opportunities for students and educators to share their talents, participate in civic events and be engaged in the legislative process.


Elizabeth MartinezEarlier this month, Elizabeth Martinez, director of Nutrition Services for the Carson City School District, participated in the School Nutrition Association’s 51st annual Legislative Action Conference in Washington, D.C. During the conference (March 5-7), Martinez joined 800 school nutrition professionals from across the country in urging Congress to permanently increase federal funds for school meals, allow all schools to offer free school meals to all students as they did during the pandemic and maintain current school nutrition standards. Read more.


Governor LombardoThe Nevada’s new Governor Joe Lombardo was sworn into office Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, and did not waste time in his new position to meet with Nevada’s 17 school superintendents and the executive director of the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority in Carson City Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, at the Nevada Association of School Superintendents (NASS) monthly meeting.

Reading WeekGov. Lombardo dedicated nearly 80 minutes to the group where the crucial conversation focused primarily on education and funding. Carson City School District Superintendent Andrew Feuling was also happy to position Carson City as the Governor’s favorite Nevada School District by presenting him with an honorary, custom Carson High School Football jersey. The number on the jersey represents Gov. Lombardo as the 31st governor of Nevada. Read more

Reading WeekAdditionally, Nevada State Superintendent Jhone Ebert, Governor Joe Lombardo took time during National Reading Week to visit with and read to students at Bordewich Bray and Seeliger Elementary. Read more

IMPORTANT AND NOTABLE FUTURE DATES (Dates & Times are Subject to Change)

Please refer to the School District’s Academic School Calendar for additional information regarding district professional learning and early release days, school holidays and other important information. Below are some notable and important future dates.

  • April 3-10 Spring Break (School Holiday)
  • April 11 (Tuesday) School classes resume
  • April 11 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • April 19 (Wednesday) District Professional Learning, Minimum/Early Release Day
  • April 25 (Tuesday) School Board Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Carson High School Gym
  • April 26 (Wednesday) District Professional Learning, Minimum/Early Release Day
  • May 3 (Wednesday) Community PLC Meeting, 6 p.m., Carson High School Library
  • May 9 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • May 17 (Wednesday) District Professional Learning, Minimum/Early Release Day
  • May 23 (Tuesday) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • May 29 (Monday) Memorial Day (School Holiday)
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Minimum Day, Carson High School, dismiss at 11:40 a.m.
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Minimum Day, Pioneer Academy, dismiss at 11:50 a.m.
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Minimum Day, Carson Middle School, dismiss at 12:00 noon
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Minimum Day, Eagle Valley Middle School, dismiss at 12:00 noon
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Eagle Valley Middle School 8th Grade Promotion, 1 p.m., EVMS parking lot
  • May 31 (Wednesday) Pioneer Academy Graduation, 6 p.m., Community Center, Theater
  • June 1 (Thursday) Minimum Day, Last Day of School
  • June 1 (Thursday) Carson Middle School 8th Grade Promotion, 1 p.m., CMS parking lot
  • June 2 (Friday) Designated Make-up Day for (employees only)
  • June 3 (Saturday) Carson High School Graduation, 9 a.m., Carson High School, Football Field
  • June 5 (Monday) Designated Make-up Day for (employees only)
  • June 6 (Tuesday) Designated Make-up Day for (employees only)
  • June 12-27 (Mon-Weds) Ready to Rock Kinder, summer school assessment, 8:30-11:45 a.m.
  • June 13 (Tuesday) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • June 27 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • July 4 (Monday) Independence Day Holiday
  • July 11 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • July 25 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • August 8 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room
  • Aug. 14 (Monday) First Day of School
  • Aug. 22 (Tues.) School Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Community Center, Bob Crowell Board Room


Sarah, Laura and ShelinaWe were pleased to announce three more teachers have earned recognition from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). The teachers were recognized in the last school board meeting. NBCT is widely considered to be the highest professional recognition for educators and includes a five percent state pay increase in acknowledgement of accomplished teaching.

National Board Certified TeachersThe teachers earning certification are Shelina Bouthillier, fifth grade teacher at Bordewich Bray Elementary, NBCT for Generalist, Middle Childhood; Sarah Quisenberry, third grade teacher at Fremont Elementary, NBCT for Literacy: Reading and Language Arts and Laura Ricks, TOSA-Instructional Coach at Empire Elementary, NBCT for Literacy: Reading and Language Arts. These accomplished educators earned the profession’s highest mark of achievement through a rigorous process, demonstrating their proven impact on student learning and achievement. 

Additionally, three teachers renewed their certification through the Maintenance of Certification process. Jennifer Chandler, American Government, World History teacher at Carson High School, NBCT for Social Studies-History/Adolescence and Young Adulthood, Pamela Shank, fifth grade teacher at Fremont Elementary, NBCT for Literacy: Reading-Language Arts/Early and Middle Childhood and Joanna Kaiser, TOSA/Implementation Specialist (GATE), NBCT for Literacy: Reading-Language Arts/Early and Middle Childhood. Read More.


Senior SpotlightsEach week (usually…as they align with Rotary Club luncheons), Carson High School or Pioneer Academy school counselors will feature a “Senior in the Spotlight.” These spotlights highlight the interesting and amazing things each student is doing or has done, details specific challenges they may have dealt with as well as how they were able to overcame those trials.

The brief write-ups are not only featured on the district website, but they are also featured in local news media including CarsonNow.org and the Nevada Appeal. They are also featured on the district’s social media channels.

Each Senior Spotlight student is later invited as a personal guest of Superintendent Andrew Feuling and introduced at that week’s Rotary Club Meeting. 


Ellah OlsonThe success of many of our winter sports teams and other extra-curricular activities and organizations certainly provides us all with a reason to celebrate. 

Primarily of note, two fierce female grapplers from Carson High made history as they both took home championship titles at the state’s first-ever sanctioned all-girls regional wrestling tournament. Their effort of displayed strength, skill and determination on the mat, landed both on top of the podium. Ultimately, Ellah Olson, 17-year-old senior, finished as the State Champion with a 5-2 decision.

Ski TeamAdditionally, the Carson High Ski Team capped off its season by sending four (4) boys and two (2) girls to the state championship races at Kirkwood including Samuel Barker, Sierra Frame, Sean Harrington, Juri Rother, Madison Lind Smith and Mark Walther.

BoxingAlso, Carson Middle School sixth-grader Ivan Manzano and Carson High sophomores Miguel Elizondo and Jimmy Sapien punched their way to the top, winning both state and regional boxing championships. Ultimately, Miguel Elizondo won the National Championship bout at the Silver Gloves National Finals, hosted in Independence, Mo. in February. 

Nate and JakeCongrats to Nathan Parsons and Jake Xie for their performances in the Nevada Music Educators All State Conference Feb. 3, in Las Vegas. Xie has made the All-State Jazz Band as the lead alto player 3 years in a row and Nathan is in his sixth consecutive year of an all-state ensemble on the trumpet. Well done, gentlemen.

UNR BandCarson High School’s Blue Thunder Pep Band subbed for the Wolf Pack Marching Band December 22 and the UNR athletic department has already invited them back.

BowlingBowlingCongrats to Carson High's Shane Shook, who become the Bowling Champion at the Northern Nevada Masters Youth Tournament. Additionally, in Division C, Clayton Bowman, an 8th grader from Eagle Valley Middle School, finished in first place.


There is so much great news about Carson City School District. Below are links to some of the recent and popular stories from events and activities throughout the district. 

Bingo NightMark Twain Elementary School PTO Bingo Night with Special Guest
Posted on 03/28/2023
Mark Twain Elementary PTO recently hosted a family bingo night, and it was a huge success. PTO's and PTA's are an excellent way to support your child's school while getting involved and building school community. PTOs support students, teachers and the community. SEE MORE PHOTOS...

SnowshoeingFritsch Elementary School 5th Grade Winter Trek Field Trip
Posted on 03/27/2023
Fifth graders from Mrs. Benson's class headed to Heavenly for a Winter Trek Field Trip earlier this week. Students were able to develop snowshoeing skills while learning about winter animal adaption, watersheds and winter ecology. The experience and outdoor education program also taught winter geology and geography of the Tahoe Basin. SEE MORE PHOTOS...

BandoramaBand-O-Rama Resonates Well, Reverberates Band Students’ Success
Carson City School District hosted Band-O-Rama, an admission-free music event March 23 at Carson High School. The concert celebrated instrumental and music education throughout the district and featured bands from all age levels, including elementary, middle and high school. READ MORE... 

Good SamaritansCarson High Students, Alumnus Recognized as ‘Good Samaritans’
Carson High School students Gabriel Brackin, 17-year-old senior, Wyatt Johnson, 16-year-old freshman, Dameon Lister, 15-year-old freshman, and Daniel Novoa, 18-year-old senior were recently recognized with “Outstanding Citizen Awards” for the aide and unsolicited assistance they provided to a stranded community member on a snowy day in February. READ MORE... 

Book Cover DesignPioneer Academy Student Designs Book Cover, Earns Contract with Publisher
Posted on 03/20/2023
Carson City School District is pleased to announce Pioneer Academy Senior Tierney Frost, 17, has earned a contract with the Three Ravens Publishing Company for her graphic design work in creating a winning book cover design for “The Raven and the Crow: Shores of Blood,” the third book in a six-book epic fantasy novel series.  READ MORE...

ChoirpaloozaWay to B Sharp! Choirpalooza shows off talent of Carson City students
Posted on 03/17/2023
Way to B Sharp! Choirpalooza celebrates vocal and music education throughout the school district and represents the pinnacle of effort and training students and teachers have invested throughout the school year. READ MORE... 

Stella ThorntonCarson High Youth Legislator Stella Thornton Presented Senate Bill 80, Advocating for Head Injury, Concussion Legislation
Posted on 03/16/2023
Youth Legislator Stella Thornton, 18-year-old senior at Carson High School, on behalf of the Nevada Youth Legislature (NYL), took time during the 2023 Legislative Session to present and champion Senate Bill 80 (SB80) to the Nevada Senate Committee on Education.  READ MORE... 

No-hitterCarson High Varsity Baseball Pitcher Aden McNabb Throws No-Hitter
Posted on 03/15/2023
“No-hitter” alert! ⚾️ Carson High’s Aden McNabb stands with Head Coach Brian Manoukian at the conclusion of McNabb’s “No-hitter” pitching performance, which earned the Senator baseball team a win over McQueen.  SEE MORE... 

HOSA StateFour CHS HOSA Students Take State, 59 Others Shine in Competition
Posted on 03/14/2023
Carson High School Career and Technical Education HOSA – Future Health Professionals – had 59 students attend the State Leadership Conference. Maritza Alvarez took state for Home Health Aide, Maria Benshoof took state for Nutrition, Arene LeBlanc took state for Physical Therapy and Aden McBride took state for Sports Medicine. READ MORE... 

Art AwardsCarson High Students Named Scholastic Art Contest Winners for 2023
Posted on 03/08/2023
In February, 13 students from Carson High School were honored at the Scholastic Art and Writing Contest awards ceremony in the Nightingale Concert Hall at the University of Nevada, Reno, where they were presented with prestigious awards.  READ MORE...

Mr. Carson HighYaki Glenn Crowned Mr. Carson High 2023
Posted on 03/03/2023
Carson High Senior Yaki Glenn, was crowned ‘Mr. Carson High’ at the school’s cheerleader fundraising event at the Carson City Community Center. ‘Almost Mr. Carson High’ (1st runner-up) Sam Davis, also earned the ‘Mr. Talent’ award. ‘Nearly Mr. Carson High’ (2nd runner-up) Edgar Huerta, also earned the ‘Mr. Personality’ award and ‘Mr. Photogenic.’ READ MORE... 

Art ContestThree Carson City Students Recognized as Reading Week Art Contest Finalists
Posted on 02/22/2023
Three Carson City students were recognized as finalists for the 2023 Nevada Reading Week Art Contest including Michelle Escobar, 10th grader at Carson High, Madelyn Monson, 11th grader at Carson High and Cadence Schnaible, 7th grader at Carson Middle. READ MORE...

Speech and DebateCHS Debate Wraps up Regular Season with 11 Debaters in Final Rounds
Posted on 02/17/2023
Carson High School Speech and Debate wrapped up its regular seasons at Spanish Springs High School where the team completed its best season in decades. The final regular season tournament saw 14 schools and 203 competitors, with 11 CHS debaters advancing into final rounds over the two-day event.  READ MORE... 

TeslaPioneer Academy Students Learn Educational, Career Options at Tesla
Posted on 02/16/2023
More than two dozen Pioneer Academy students had the opportunity to learn about educational and career opportunities related to technology and sustainability at the Tesla Gigafactory east of Sparks. The trip was organized by Envirolution, a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing youth leadership development, and community outreach programs centered around energy efficiency, sustainability and career development.  READ MORE... 

Pie FaceCarson High Concludes National FBLA Week with Pies to the Face for Charity
Posted on 02/15/2023
In observance of Future Business Leaders of America Week, Carson High School parceled-out daily activities and emphases including “Fundraising Friday” where FBLA members sold raffle tickets for a chance to pie a teacher or administrator for charity.  READ MORE... 

STEM NightMore Than a STEM Night: A Community-Focused Event at Carson High
Posted on 02/14/2023
Carson High hosted a community-focused event Feb. 21, were several hundred students, families and community members explored various education and career paths including Career and Technical Education (CTE), Fine Arts, Advance Placement (AP) and JumpStart. Nutrition Services served nearly 500 tacos to all those who attended.  SEE MORE...

Sock HopValentine’s Day Sock Hop at Fremont Elementary School
Posted on 02/13/2023
The Sock Hop Valentine’s Dance at Fremont Elementary was so fun. ❤️  Thanks to all who joined. Best dressed winners include Cinthia Benitez and Vinny Chiazza. Hula Hopp winners: Carly Reed (PreK-2nd) and Trinity Patterson and Dani Jacobsen tied (3rd-5th). Best dressed family: Damian Dowling.  SEE MORE...

Green Biz KidsCarson City Students Celebrate Success of Sustainability
Posted on 02/11/2023
Thanks to Envirolution for recognizing the Empire Elementary School Green Biz Kidz group, for their efforts to save energy and water, reduce waste, prevent pollution and encourage better commute options. The school is one step closer to being the first school certified by the Nevada Green Business Network for sustainability practices.  READ MORE... 

FFACarson High School FFA Takes 17 to Western Zone Competition
Posted on 02/06/2023
The Capitol FFA Chapter from Carson High School traveled to the Western Zone FFA Competition with 17 students. Students competed in Agriculture Sales, Agriculture Mechanics, Floriculture, Horse Evaluation, Livestock Evaluation, Meats Evaluation and Veterinary Science. The Career & Leadership Development Events place students in simulated industry situations to test their skill sets in different work sectors.  READ MORE... 

Math WeekSeeliger Elementary School Celebrated Math Madness Week
Posted on 02/04/2023
Seeliger Elementary School celebrated Math Madness, and there were a number of mathematically decorated doors and activities the students engaged in. The activities and learning plans were designed to change the way students experience mathematics, create a passion for and to help foster mathematical thinking. Thanks to all those who assisted.   READ MORE...

Bingo NightCarson Middle School PTO Bingo Night with Special Guest
Posted on 02/03/2023
The Carson Middle School PTO hosted a Bingo fundraising event, and Mr. Feuling made a special appearance to call out bingo numbers. SEE MORE PHOTOS...

WinterfestCarson High Announces 2023 Winterfest King and Queen
Posted on 02/02/2023
During halftime of the Varsity Boys Basketball Game vs. Sage Ridge, Carson High School named Parker Story and Anela Mitchell as the 2023 Winterfest King and Queen. The crowning of all other underclassman took place Feb. 3 as Winterfest activities continued at the Carson City Raceway. READ MORE... 

Talent ShowCarson High Future Business Leaders of America Hosts Annual Talent Show
Posted on 02/01/2023
Carson High School’s Future Business Leaders of America hosted their annual Talent Show this evening. The event, sponsored by @adamshub to benefit the FBLA to help offset costs for students to attend state and national competitions. Congrats to all the winners.  SEE MORE PHOTOS... 

Father Daughter BallCarson High Invites Fathers and Daughters to Dance, Make Memories
Posted on 02/01/2023
On April 21, 2023, Carson High School will open its doors to any dad-daughter duos, or those who might be filling in as such, for its annual Father-Daughter Ball, a three-hour community-wide event, open to all ages. The theme for this year’s event is “An Enchanted Evening in Asia.”  READ MORE... 

CTEStudents Gain Real-world Experience Through CTE Veterinary Advance Studies Internship
Posted on 01/30/2023
Four Carson High School seniors enrolled in Veterinary Advanced Studies through the school’s Career and Technical Education program are participating in a semester-long internship at the Nevada Humane Society.  READ MORE... 

Dads and DonutsBordewich Bray Elementary Invites More Men to Volunteer in Schools
Posted on 01/20/2023
The Parent Teacher Organization and administrators at Bordewich Bray Elementary School in Carson City helped engage positive male role models earlier this year where more than 600 people attended “Dads and Donuts.” The effort was designed to get dads, uncles, grandparents and father-figures more involved in school and childhood learning.  READ MORE... 

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