News & Information

School Year Dates
The first day of classes for all CCSD schools is Monday, August 12, 2019.
The last day of class is Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
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Safekey is a before and after school recreational-based program operated by Clark County Parks & Recreation at Thiriot Elementary for students in grades K-5. The Safekey program offers a healthy environment where participants engage in indoor and outdoor individual and small group games, arts & crafts, and an afternoon snack. For information about registration and making online payments, check out Clark County Parks & Recreation Safekey. 

Registering for 2020-2021
Infinite Campus Portal

The Clark County School District requires all parents to register their children using an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account. No student is automatically registered for the upcoming school year. 

Registration for the 2020 - 2021 school year is going on now. Please go to for instructions on how to register your child online.  If you need assistance with registration or to obtain your Campus Portal username/password, you can call the school after April 17th and there will be someone answering phones to assist you. 


​After completing the Campus Portal registration application, the school clerk will contact you to finalize your paperwork. You will need the following documents:​

  • Proof of residency. This can be a current utility bill (gas, power, or water bill) or a lease agreement. Telephone and cable bills will not be accepted.

  • Personal identification for parent/guardian. This can be a driver's license or a picture ID.  

  • Birth certificates and immunization records are required for students who are new to CCSD.

Family Engagement Center
The FACES Family Engagement Center at nearby Diskin Elementary School is open Monday through Friday (7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.). ALL parents and families are invited to take part in all of the offerings at the center.  FACES offers English as a Second Language classes, Early Childhood focused workshops, computer lab access and support, a lending library, as well as access to over 140 University of Family Learning (UFL) workshops. All services are FREE and are provided bilingually.
Back to School Reporter
Each fall, the Clark County School District publishes a newsletter that is filled with lots of useful information. It is available in English and Spanish. In this year's edition, you can find articles about:
  • the Board of Trustees
  • the Superintendent
  • the School District calendar
  • Infinite Campus
  • Registration
  • Immunizations
  • Transportation
  • Food Services
  • Graduation
  • Testing Information
  • Bullying
  • Parent Concerns
  • Parent Resources
  • Safety
  • Legal Notices
  • Frequent Questions
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Phone Numbers
CCSD Pocket Guide
The Clark County School District operates 362 schools, including CCSD-sponsored charter schools in Clark County:
  • 228 Elementary Schools
  • 59 Middle Schools
  • 49 High Schools
  • 19 Alternative Schools
  • 4 Special Schools
  • 6 Charter Schools
As the nation’s fifth-largest school district, and the fourth-largest rural district in the state, we have the ability to provide additional services, such as a school police department, adult education courses, and innovative community partnerships with Vegas PBS and The Public Education Foundation. CCSD educates 66% of the students in Nevada.  (from