Family Resources

The ASCSC values the contributions of all parents and families in their child’s education. Below you will find resources available for parents and guardians in southern Nevada.


Seek Common Ground Family Guides: These guides provide information and tools to support students in literacy and math – the building block subjects for everything else. 

K-12 Guides (English)

K-12 Guides (Spanish)

Parent Roadmaps to Common Core Standards: These roadmaps provide guidance about what their students are learning and how to support them at home. 

Parent Roadmaps (English and Spanish)

PTA Parent Guides: These grade-level guides provide clear expectations for what students should be learning in order to be prepared for college and career. 

K-8 and High School Guides

Academic Testing Resources: The Assessment, Accountability, Research, and School Improvement (AARSI) Division provides parents information regarding standard academic testing, including ACT, MAP, WIDA and SBAC testing. 

Family Guides to Testing

This brochure explains the CCSD grading reforms to move towards a fair and consistent grading policy.

CCSD Grading Reform Policies


CCSD has developed a resource guide to provide families additional support with food, shelter, clothing, mental health, parenting, health and more. Please see the 2022-2023 CCSD Community Resource Guide for agency contact information. For mental health resources, please visit Care Solace.


Catholic Charities provides services to support families with food, immigration support, and housing/shelter services.

Catholic Charities Flyer

The CCSD Family Support Center will provide services aimed at supporting newcomer students, services for families, and school support.

El Centro de Apoyo Familiar del CCSD proporcionará servicios con la finalidad de apoyar a los estudiantes recién llegados, servicios para familias, y apoyo escolar.


For additional support in other languaes, please use the Newcomer Support Message Line.

CCSD Title 1 Hope provides services for students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.

Title 1 Hope Brochure

FEAT of Southern Nevada provides services and resources for families with students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

FEAT of Southern Nevada Flyer

Las Vegas Urban League provides families connections to child care services and applications for assistance with the cost.

Las Vegas Urban League Flyer

Project 150 provides clothing, food, and scholarship services to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students.

Project 150 Flyer

The Harbor provides mentoring, counseling, tutoring, clothing, and food assistance to qualified families.

The Harbor Flyer

The Just One Project supplies grocery and housing assistance to families who need assistance.

Website: The Just One Project


Summer A-Z: Make it a family challenge to “hunt” down experiential learning experiences from A to Z. Ideas include visiting national parks, museums, zoos, aquariums, and other venues. You can also follow or write your own recipes, craft projects, and science experiments. For more ideas and a simple template, use this handout.

Libraries: To take advantage of free library events, classes, and reading challenges, please visit the library website. 

Las Vegas Clark County Library District

North Las Vegas Library District

Henderson Library District 

CCSD Reads: CCSD encourages students to read for at 30 minutes a day all summer long. Show us what you are reading in the #CCSDReads Summer Reading Photo Contest.

Discovery Education: All students have access to the Discovery Education platform when they login to their Clever account on a phone, computer, or tablet device. Students can participate in the following activities once logged in.

Summer activities through Discovery Education

Literacy activities through Discovery Education

Summer Camps: For more information on low-cost summer camp programs, please see the following resources: 

City of Las Vegas Camps

City of Henderson Youth Programs

Clark County Camps

City of North Las Vegas Camps

Boys and Girls Club Programs

YMCA Camps


The CCSD Academic Support and Community Service Center offers tutoring for K-12 students.

Elementary & Middle School Tutoring



High School Tutoring



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