Nevada Reading Week

Nevada Reading Week begins on Monday, February 25, 2019. Some of the activities we have planned include school wide dress up days. For all dress up days, please be sure to follow the CCSD Dress Code.

Monday: Super Hero Dress Up Day

Tuesday: Grade Level Colors Day

  • Kindergarten - YELLOW
  • 1st Grade - GREEN
  • 2nd Grade - ORANGE
  • 3rd Grade - PINK
  • 4th Grade - BLUE
  • 5th Grade - PURPLE

Wednesday: Dress Like Your Favorite Book Character

Thursday: Words Have Power

Friday: Dr. Seuss Day

If you would like more detailed information on the daily activities, click HERE.

In addition to our in school activities, we would are inviting students and families to participate in activities at home as well. Please feel free to print off the FEED YOUR BRAIN tickets by clicking HERE.

Lastly, we are selling Dr. Seuss Hats in the front office for $5 each. Quantities are limited, so purchase yours before they are sold.



No School – Classes Canceled – Friday, February 22, 2019

CCSD has canceled all classes and activities for Friday, February 22, 2019, due to possible hazardous road conditions related to inclement weather.

Classes are anticpiated to resume on Monday the 25th.

This day will be made up at a future date and time.  Details will be shared when they are finalized.

The school buildng will not be open to the public on 2/22/19.

Thank you for your understanding, and please be safe when traveling!

All After-School Activity Canceled (2/21/19)

CCSD has canceled all after-school activity today, Thursday, February 21, 2019.

There will be NO after-school Safekey.  This is updated information from the phone call that went home earlier.

There will be NO after-school tutoring.

The PTA BINGO event is canceled.

Please contact the front office to notify about dismissal information.

Reading Night – February 28, 2019

Please check out the Reading Night flyer on bright yellow paper.  If your family plans on attending, please complete the RSVP and return it to the school as soon as you can.  We are looking forward to a great event!

School Open As Usual – 2/21/19

LWJES and CCSD are open as usual today, Thursday, February 21, 2019.

Please be advised that you may experience delays in bus service due to traffic conditions.  We will send information if and when it is made available to us.

Students will report directly indoors today upon arrival.

The Grade 4 field trip will occur as planned.

Enjoy the winter weather experiences!

Kids Heart Challenge

We would like to let all of our families and community know that we are participating in The Kids Heart Challenge to raise money to assist the American Heart Association with their research. Students are also learning about the importance of exercise and diet to maintain a healthy heart. Please support our students as they work to raise monies for this worthy cause.

The last day for donations is Friday, February 8, 2019.

Playground Information

As always, we want to keep  you informed of important issues happening within our school community.

Due to the importance of school safety, we wanted to let you know that some portions of our playground have been closed until the appropriate repairs can take place. The impacted areas are limited to the areas around the equipment under the blue fabric shade structures. All other areas of the school yard remain available, including the field, court areas (basketball, tetherball, 4-square, hopscotch), areas for hula hooping and jump roping, and the restrooms. Shade and seating areas remain available under the small shade structures and along the building. We want you to know that the school will continue to provide recess and physical education time for our students.

Repairs to our playground areas have been in the works for several months and they have already been approved, and these projects should commence later this month. At this time, we do not have a timetable with specific dates for these projects to take place. As a result, the closure of these areas will be in effect until the repairs are made and inspected for safety prior to children being allowed in these areas. We will send out additional communication when we have a timetable for this work to occur.

In addition, we ask that family members avoid the areas under the blue shade structures during morning ceremony and during after-school pickup. This ensures everyone remains safe and sets a good example for our students during this time.

If you have additional questions, you can call the office at 702-799-5760.

A copy of the letter that went home with students and contains this information is available here: Playground Information