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Foundation Video Provides Information, Seeks Contributions
01/21/2021
With the start of the new semester, the Carson City Schools FOUNDATION (CCSF) is rolling out a new video with more detailed information about how it uses the money donated to the organization and how contributions are made. To view the video, please click here.
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Meeting on Eagle Valley Middle School Construction
01/15/2021
To discuss classroom-space expansion plans for Eagle Valley Middle School (EVMS), the Carson City School District will host an in-person meeting in the EVMS gym, Thursday, Jan. 21, at 6 p.m. Face masks and socially distanced protocols will be observed. The meeting will address anticipated long-term growth of the district and the need to find solutions for a growing school enrollment. Spanish translation will be available during the meeting.
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New Leadership Roles, Re-elected Sworn In
01/13/2021
The Carson City School District is pleased to announce new leadership roles for the School Board of Trustees. At their first meeting of the year Tuesday, Jan. 11, Joe Cacioppo, District 7, was named the newest president of the Carson City School District Board of Trustees. He replaced former President Mike Walker, District 5, as the school board’s leader. Trustees Richard Varner, District 4, and Laurel Crossman, District 2, were also elected vice president and clerk, respectively. Varner replaced former Vice President Cacioppo and Crossman replaced former Clerk Varner. Each of the three leaders will serve one-year terms on the Carson City School Board.
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3rd through 6th Graders to Return to In-person Learning 4 days a week
01/05/2021
Beginning Tuesday, January 19, all third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade students may begin attending their zoned school for in-person, on-campus instruction, four days a week, Tuesdays through Fridays.
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Merry Christmas from Mr. Richard Stokes
12/21/2020
On a cold Christmas Eve in 1914, German, French, and British Soldiers hunkered down in the muddy trenches that had become their home during World War I. Between those trenches was a war-torn expanse of ground that was simply referred to as “no-man’s land.”
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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.