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Ashby Trotter Wins State Essay Contest

By Rachel Dahl — The recent winner of VFW Post 1002 “Voice of Democracy” essay contest, Ashby Trotter, attended the state VFW meeting recently where she won the statewide competition, bringing home a $1,500 scholarship. Traveling to Mesquite, Nevada to compete in the state contest, Trotter went up against five other contestants.  Those five contestants…

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Why My Vote Matters

Ashby Trotter was the winner of the VFW Post 1002 “Voice of Democracy” essay contest this year — this is her essay submission for the theme “Why My Vote Matters.” By Ashby B. Trotter —   Every action has a reaction. A theory coined as “the butterfly effect” posits that a miniscule action can result…

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LEAD Green Holds Third Annual Event

Leadership Summit aimed at Cultivating Youth throughout Churchill County FALLON, Nevada – Designed for and inspired by the young leaders of Churchill County, LEAD Green’s third annual summit will be held on Feb 15-16 at Churchill County High School. With “Being in the Now” as this year’s summit theme, participants will engage in robust leadership…

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Featuring Newly Elected School Board Members

By Kimberly Mardis – The Churchill County School District Board of Trustees has already met twice this year, and during the first board meeting held January 9th, two new board members took the oath of office along with two members who were re-elected in November. Fred Buckmaster, a long-time teacher for the district and Amber…

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State Superintendent Resigns

Carson City, NV – Gov. Sisolak today accepted the resignation of Dr. Steve Canavero as Superintendent of Public Instruction. Dr. Canavero’s resignation is effective February 6.   “I want to thank Dr. Canavero for his service to our state and Nevada’s students,” said Gov. Steve Sisolak. “I am thankful for his years of leadership at the Department of Education and wish him…

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Ongoing Fundraiser for Facility Maintenance and Repair at Logos Christian Academy

Rau Bees, a local beekeeper and honey producer, is partnering with Logos Christian Academy in an ongoing fundraiser, starting in January. All funds raised will go towards facility maintenance and repair (fence repair, carpet replacement in modular, grounds, etc.). Orders can be placed through the month of January. Orders turned into the school office by…

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School Board Meets Tonight at 5:00 p.m

The Churchill County School Board meets Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the district offices at the Old High School, 690 S. Maine Street. In addition to their regularly scheduled business, the board will discuss approving a new College & Career Ready (CCR) High School Diploma.  They will also review modifications to high…

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VFW Post 1002 Presents Awards at CCHS

Ashby Trotter Will Compete Today in Mesquite in the Regional “Voice of Democracy” Contest By Rachel Dahl — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1002 representative Mike Terry presented two awards on Thursday, January 17th at Churchill County High School, giving Keith Lund the 2018 Teacher Award, and Ashby Trotter the Voice of Democracy essay contest…

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Oasis Academy Students Make WNC Dean’s List

Congratulations to these Oasis Academy high school students who are enrolled in the Western Nevada College Jump Start program, and were named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester. The Executive Director of the high school at Oasis Academy Colleg Prep, Rochelle Tisdale, said these high school students are each taking a full…

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Message from the Superintendent

Welcome to a brand new year and another fresh start! As the Churchill County School District opened the school year last August, we entered with a fresh start of our own and set our sights on continuing excellent traditions while pushing ourselves to innovate and create learning environments for the future. We open 2019 with…

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