Hawk Spirit Girls Fundraiser
When: December 10, 5-9 PM
Where: Chpotle at Durango and Elkhorn
Why: We receive 50% of the proceeds and would appreciate the support of NWCTA.
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CCSD partners with KLUC 98.5 Toy Drive
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Change in Graduation Requirements
For the class of 2014 and beyond, AB288 in the 2013 Legislature eliminated the Certificate of Attendance.Students must pass all four subtests of the Nevada High School Proficiency Exam and meet all of the graduation requirements to receive a diploma and participate in graduation ceremonies.Students receiving an adjusted diploma as prescribed by IEP requirements may also participate in graduation ceremonies.
The 77th Nevada Legislature and Governor Brian Sandoval recently approved Assembly Bill 288, which makes significant changes to high school graduation requirements in Nevada. These changes will be phased in over the next three years as the State Board of Education makes decisions related to the specific requirements of the bill. Click here to view the changes that will be implemented.
“To boldly educate today’s learners for tomorrow’s challenges by developing advanced skills through unique hands-on experiences in a professional setting, utilizing community partnerships, innovative ideas, and contemporary technologies.”
Northwest Career and Technical Academy is in its sixth year of operation with students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. Northwest Career and Technical Academy is located in a fast growing community of homes and businesses in the northwest area of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a magnet school that serves a diverse student body. The student population is over 1900 and has a student/teacher ratio of 28/1. The school population primarily draws from northwest Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as other areas of Clark County.