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News from E.C. Best

By The Publisher | October 13, 2019 |

Courtesy of Keith Boone, Principal of E.C. Best Elementary — Here’s a typical awesome situation with what I’m blessed to do every day. This little boy’s name is Giovanni. Today I was in his classroom on an “official evaluation” of his teacher. I was busy taking random notes on his teacher’s instruction and then Giovani…

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Local Administrator Trains for State Position

By Editor | August 16, 2019 |

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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Back to School information

By Editor | July 28, 2019 |

The Churchill County School District is asking parents and families to make sure their contact information is updated in the Infinite Campus parent portal. The district will be reaching out over the summer, and as the start of school nears, using voicemail, email, and texts messages to provide infomation regarding the start of school. In…

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CCSD Students Raise $12,000 for Heart Health

By Editor | April 18, 2019 |

Staff report —  The Kids Heart Challenge is an activity conducted with the American Heart Association (formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart). This was the first year for the Churchill County School District to participate in the Kids Heart Challenge. Robyn Jordan, parent-community involvement coordinator for CCSD said “the representative from the American Heart…

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Science and Literacy Night at Local Elementary Schools

By The Publisher | March 2, 2019 |

By Leanna Lehman —  Local elementary schools showcased student work and invited families to participate in Science and Literacy Nights at E.C. Best, Numa, and Lahontan Elementary schools Thursday night. All three elementary schools saw a great turn-out as many families made their way from one school’s events to the next. According to Lahontan Elementary…

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