Information about school attendance areas is available at ccsd.net/zoning or by calling the District’s Zoning Office at 702-799-6430.
Visit the CCSD School Directory to find a listing of schools and their region.

CCSD has several choice options available for students who do not wish to attend their assigned school. For a brief description of CCSD’s choice options, visit the School Choice section of this website or visit It’s Your Choice. The District uses the official residence of the parent/guardian of the student to establish the school to which the student is assigned. For the purpose of assignment to a school, a student may not claim residence while living with an aunt, uncle, sister, brother, or other relative or friend, except as provided in Nevada Revised Statutes concerning guardianship.

For immunization requirements, visit Student Enrollment Information. All incoming 7th-grade students will require one dose of MenACWY (MCV4) and one dose of T-dap. All incoming 12th-grade students will require one dose of MenACWY (MCV4) on or after the age of 16. CCSD does not administer vaccinations. Parents/Guardians who would like to have their child vaccinated should contact their child’s licensed healthcare provider or the Southern Nevada Health District at 702-759-0850 for vaccination dates and times.

Transportation guidelines vary by home school or school choice. Visit Transportation and scroll down the page and click on "Check your child's eligibility." 

For the 2023-2024 school year, breakfast and lunch are available at no cost to all students. CCSD is participating in the Community Eligibility Provision of the federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act districtwide and will provide free school meals to all students during the 2023-2024 school year.

It is important for every child to have the necessary supplies for the new school year. Most schools and/or teachers provide a list of suggested supplies at the beginning of the year. Parents/Guardians are advised to obtain this information from the school and/or teacher before purchasing school supplies to prevent the expense of buying unnecessary items.

The Smarter Balanced Assessments, also known as SBAC, are the Nevada system for assessing students in Grades 3–8 in Mathematics and English Language Arts. This assessment covers the full range of college and career ready knowledge and skills represented in the Nevada Academic Content Standards and will be administered to students during the spring.

For more information on the SBAC, visit smarterbalanced.org and AARSI Division.

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