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CCMS Blended Learning Students Unbox Makerspaces

by Robyn Jordan, Parent & Community Engagement Coordinator, ChurchillCSD  During the month of September the CCMS Blended Learning students set up their Makerspaces, areas in the building that will be used for a variety of purposes throughout the school year. These news spaces will allow students to become innovators as Project Based Learning is implemented…

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News from Numa 5th grade

Mrs. Mill’s 5th graders at Numa Elementary have been writing fall poetry and working on leaf etchings. These are samples from Hayden Leach and Jackson Barbee.                   Support local, independent news – contribute to The Fallon Post, your non-profit (501c3) online news source for all things Fallon.…

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News from Numa – Shadow Writing

Fifth grade students from Numa Elementary recently wrote Acrostic Poetry and did shadow writing to acompany their activity. A special thanks to Lisa Solinski for this contribution. Acrostics from Numa’s 5th grade:               Shy does not talk Has no personality Always following you Dark and black Only follows you…

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School District at Impasse in Contract Negotiations

Updated 9/15/2019 to add bill number and link by Rachel Dahl — The Churchill County School District is currently in negotiations with the three associations representing licensed, classified, and administrative staff throughout the district. Negotiations happen every year and govern the contracts each employee has with the district, whether they are a member of the…

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Students head back to school today

Last week teachers and school staff across the community readied for students who will start back to classes today. From new teacher training and orientation to parent nights and decorating classrooms, an army of educators prepared for the 2019-20 school year and the Class of 2020. Remember to keep an eye out for busses, bicycles,…

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CCHS receives big grants — has big plans

  With information courtesy of ChurchillCSD —  Churchill County High School is looking to amazing things in the 2019-2020 school year. We recently were awarded two competitive grants (one state CTE and one Federal Perkins grant) along with our grants that are allocated out to us by the state and federal government. We have been…

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Local Administrator Trains for State Position

By Leanna Lehman —  Fallon’s own E.C. Best Principal, Keith Boone, has been elected as president for the Nevada Association of Elementary School Principals. Originally from Helena, Montana, Boone has been a principal in Churchill County since 2004 and principal of E.C. Best since 2008. For the first time in 20 years, the Nevada Association…

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The Sherman Street Intersection Targeted for Improvement

By Rachel Dahl — The Nevada Department of Transportation and Churchill County recently prioritized the 2019-20 workplan, moving the Sherman/East Williams street intersection to the top of their list. “Clear back when I was superintendent,” said Commissioner Bus Scharmann, “that was an intersection we were very worried about and had considered changing the entrance to…

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ChurchillCSD Welcome Back Letter

Welcome back to a year focused on learners at the center of all that we do! I join the Board of Trustees and staff of the district in building upon the great work of recent years. We spent the past year hearing from stakeholders about ideas and issues that impact children.  To drive us forward,…

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