The CCSD Community Engagement Team seeks to engage with our community and build connections with external partners in order to increase support for our students, staff, and schools, while supporting the goals of the District’s Strategic Plan.
The primary purpose of the Academic Support and Community Service Center (ASCSC) is to increase achievement K-12, conduct skill development, encourage networking between the community and the Clark County School District, and increase family involvement in school and community. With a focus on increasing graduation rates, literacy and increasing proficiency in mathematics, reading, writing and science, the mission of the ASCSC is to support schools by providing community based programs designed to increase the academic achievement of students K-12, and post graduation options for students and adults.
The mission of the Indian Education Department is to provide culturally relevant educational programs, activities, and support services to eligible American Indian and Alaska Native students through preservation of their unique cultures, traditions, customs, and heritages.
The Clark County School District Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) program is federally funded and we work with schools and our community partners to identify improvements, programs and policies to make walking and bicycling viable and safe transportation options. The benefits of implementing the SRTS program are far-reaching and include: improving safety, encouraging physical activity, and reducing traffic congestion and motor vehicle emissions. Not only does SRTS benefit students, but adjacent neighborhoods. SRTS programs are sustained efforts by parents, schools, community leaders and local, state, and federal governments to improve the health and well-being of children by enabling and encouraging them to walk and bicycle to school, and to do so safely.