State Pre-Kindergarten Funding Awarded to Nye County School District Nye County School District has been awarded $1,248,362 to continue to provide high quality...
There's an App for That...Nye County School District has a brand new app that will notify you of new events and news from the schools of your choice. Search the Apple App...
Returning Student Registration For students who will be new to the Nye County School District or changing schools as a result of moving addresses, not promotion to middle...
Free School Meals for All NCSD Students Important Notice National School Lunch Program / School Breakfast Program The Nye County School District is proud to announce...
If you child attends one of the elementary schools in Pahrump, they may be eligible for the before and after school SAFE program to keep them engaged during those...
Event: BOT Meeting - Duckwater
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Event: Attendance/Truancy Advisory Committee Meeting
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Event: Policy Committee Meeting
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Event: BOT Meeting - Pahrump
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Event: Pahrump Fall Festival (not an NCSD event)
Thu, Sep 26 - Sun, Sep 29
NCSD Parent Engagement
Shift attention from problems to solutions
Your teen is well past the age when Mom or Dad should be solving her problems. But she's not too old for a little push in the right direction. When your teen comes to you with a problem, help her think through what she can do to make it right. Ask: What in this situation is working well? What is not working well? What results are you looking for? What would you have to do to get those results?
Desvíe la atención de los problemas a las soluciones
Su joven ya no tiene edad para que mamá o papá resuelvan todos sus problemas. Pero tampoco es demasiado grande para que le den un empujoncito en la dirección correcta. Cuando su joven tenga un problema, ayúdelo a analizar lo que puede hacer para solucionarlo. Pregúntele: ¿Qué está funcionando bien en esta situación? ¿Qué es lo que no está funcionando bien? ¿Cuáles son los resultados que deseas obtener? ¿Qué deberías hacer para obtenerlos?
NCSD Parent Engagement
Fill your home with words for your child to read
Reading with your child doesn't always have to involve books. You can help your beginning reader learn in lots of ways. For example, label furniture and household items with sticky notes (chair, table, toaster, etc.). Go around the house and read the labels with your child. Then collect the labels and ask her to replace each one on the matching item.
Llene su hogar con palabras para que lea su hijo
Para leer con su hijo, no siempre hace falta que tenga un libro. Hay muchas maneras en las que usted puede ayudar a su lector en ciernes a aprender a leer. Por ejemplo, use notas autoadhesivas para etiquetar los muebles y objetos del hogar (silla, mesa, tostadora, etc.). Caminen juntos por la casa y léanlas. Luego recójalas y pídale que vuelva a pegar cada una en el objeto correspondiente.
Had a great night at Hafen Elementary School Open House last night. Mark and I wanted to say thank you for the invitation and we really enjoyed helping out. The staff and administration were ready and excited for the kids to show their parents their classrooms. It was a great and successful evening! Thank you again for inviting us? Mark Owens, Board of Trustees and Rachel Owensview image
Mr. Small, Trustee Area IV
I spent some time at Hafen Elementary today, and I want the staff and students to know I really appreciate how smoothly the school was running on the second day.
I am very proud of our kids and teachers.
- Larry Small
- President, Board of Trustees
Robert Williams, Director of Technology
To all of our NCSD parents and students,
We had significant password compromise on our Google and IC student accounts because the passwords were based on student number.
Students were using accounts that were not assigned to them. The issue did not involve outside actors.
I thought resetting the passwords the day before school started would work as kids can get their passwords the next day from their teachers.
Obviously, I was wrong, and I apologize. Several students have been locked out of their accounts but need to finish summer homework, which has caused great frustration.
Arrangements will be made for students to have additional time on their summer assignments.
Again, I'm sorry. This will not happen in this manner in the future.
Director of Technology