Family Resources



Infinite Campus is the Clark County School District’s Student Information System, electronic grade book, and parent/guardian and student portal.

The Campus Parent/Student application provides access to information to understand, monitor, and participate in the educational process.

A mobile app is also accessible for any Apple iOS or Android device.

For more information about Infinite Campus, visit Infinite Campus.

Campus Parent/Student will be live for the 2023-2024 school year beginning Aug. 7, 2023. Parents/Guardians who have a Campus Parent account from the previous school year will continue to use the same username and password. If you do not have an account, please contact your child’s school.

If you are having trouble accessing your Infinite Campus Portal account, or need assistance, please contact the Portal Liaison or designee at your child’s school. You may also email, or call the Portal Help Desk at 702-799-PORT (7678), Monday-Friday, 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. PST.

What Does the Campus Parent / Student Application Do for You?

Infinite Campus will provide detailed, real-time information including:

✔ Calendar

✔ Assignments

✔ Grades

✔ Grade Book Updates

✔ Attendance

✔ Schedule

✔ Academic Plan

✔ Fees/Payments

✔ Report Cards

✔ District and School Notices

✔ Cafeteria Balance

✔ School Meals Application

✔ Health (Immunizations Only)

The Family Engagement Department develops and implements programs that focus on increasing family engagement to promote student academic achievement. The goal of the Family Engagement Department is to increase engagement through identifying, creating, and fostering opportunities for two-way meaningful communication with families, schools, and the community.

The Family Engagement Department implements University of Family Learning (UFL), which provides families of students of all ages with educational resources and support. There are over 100 UFL classes in four focus areas:

  • Parents/Guardians as Teaching Partners
  • Navigating the School System
  • Involvement, Leadership and Advocacy
  • Promoting Wellness and Development

Classes will be offered in-person and hybrid at the 10 Family Engagement Centers, CCSD schools, and other community sites. In addition, the Family Engagement Department offers over 50 on-demand informational videos accessible at any time. For videos, event details, and locations, check

Title I Family Engagement Centers are located in nine Title I elementary schools, one Title I middle school, and one Title I high school throughout CCSD. In collaboration with community and CCSD partners, the Family Engagement Centers provide opportunities to improve family capabilities and establish and nurture relationships with one common goal – student academic achievement. The Family Engagement Centers connect families with academic and community resources, support families and students with technology, provide English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults, and provide early childhood education programming. The Title I Family Engagement Centers are open to all current and future Title I CCSD families and will open mid-August 2023. For the locations of these centers, visit or call 702-799-0303.

The CCSD Family Support Center provides support to all CCSD students and families through information, community resources, and by addressing social-emotional, physical, and linguistic needs. The center has also been established to build a community that welcomes newcomer students and families as they transition to life in Nevada. Some additional services include family engagement opportunities, English classes for adults, a pediatric health clinic, employment services, and support with initial school registration. For additional information about services provided by the Family Support Center team, visit or call 702-799-0072. To make an appointment at the UNLV Pediatric Family Support Center Clinic, call 702-586-9943.

The Family Engagement Department hosts Family Academies throughout the academic school year. The academies will be in-person events, and all schools are encouraged to participate. Family Academies provide an opportunity for families of all ages to engage in hands-on activities, gain valuable at-home learning strategies, and connect to District and community resources. Participants may attend sessions for adults only or sessions for families learning together. Childcare for Clark County School District students will be provided for the adult sessions. Super Saturdays are held in collaboration with community partners throughout Southern Nevada to provide parents/guardians and families enrichment opportunities. Announcements of the Family Academies and Super Saturdays are posted on

For more information about family activities in support of student achievement, contact the Family Engagement Department at 702-799-0303 or Information is also available on the Family Engagement Department’s website at or on several social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The Indian Education Opportunities Program (IEOP) services eligible American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students at two locations: Indian Education Support Center (IESC) located at 4212 Eucalyptus Avenue, Building 8, Las Vegas, NV 89121, and the Moapa Educational Support Center (MESC) located on the Moapa River Indian Reservation, 17½ Lincoln St., Moapa, NV 89025. The focus of IEOP is to close achievement gaps, increase graduation rates, and increase student and parent/guardian engagement by providing culturally relevant and support services through the preservation of their unique cultures, traditions, customs, and heritage.

IEOP works closely with the Clark County Indian Education Committee (CCIEC) and consults with local Tribes and parents/guardians of AI/AN CCSD students to provide quality educational and cultural programs and services to eligible CCSD AI/AN students.

For additional information, contact the IEOP at 702-799-8515. Information is also available on the IEOP website at or on Instagram.

The Clark County School District Community Engagement team builds connections with external partners to increase support for schools and align resources to meet the goals of the District’s Focus: 2024 Strategic Plan.

Just a few of the ways you can become involved is to become a mentor to a student, partner with our schools to provide academic achievement incentives, or adopt-a-school to support the staff and students. For more information on becoming a community partner to support the success of our students and families, please contact our office at 702-799-0303, email us at, or visit

The Title I HOPE (Homeless Outreach Program for Education) office provides assistance to families in transitional or temporary living situations such as living in a car, hotel/motel, shelter, or multi-family residence due to loss of housing or economic hardship.

Families eligible for Title I HOPE services have additional days to obtain the required immunizations and to submit documents for proof of address. Title I HOPE may assist in obtaining an original birth certificate if a copy is not available for enrollment purposes.

Eligible families may contact Title I HOPE at 702-855-6682 for more details and assistance or can visit the Title I Hope office website.

Digital citizenship is the norm of appropriate, responsible technology use. It is important for today’s youth to navigate digital communication, cyberbullying, internet safety, and other digital dilemmas. When it comes to being a good consumer and educator in a digital world, it’s hard to determine what is and is not common sense. is an independent, nonprofit organization that offers free Kindergarten–Grade 12 digital literacy and citizenship curriculum for educators and families. The Common Sense education project provides teachers with resources to harness the power of technology for learning and life. The Common Sense media initiative provides families with reviews and advice they need to make smart choices in the digital age. At you will find learning resources for supporting today’s youth in becoming a good digital citizen.

Google’s Be Internet Awesome program is another free resource that can help students make good decisions online and teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence. This resource is for families, as well as educators.

The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement. Parents/Guardians and family members who establish strong, positive relationships with school staff have more opportunities to learn about the education system and become better education advocates.

Who do I contact if I have a concern about my child’s school?

If there is a concern, contact the school to request an opportunity to address your concerns and have a dialogue about the issue. Concerns that are not resolved at the school level may be addressed by calling 702-799-CCSD, where you will be directed to the appropriate department or division.

There is also a public concern process per CCSD Policy 1213 that provides a formal investigation of the stated issue and provides the person filing the concern with a written response of that investigation. For more information, contact CCSD Team Engagement at 702-799-0303.

Parents/Guardians, students, teachers, staff and other community members can use Let’s Talk to submit questions, comments or concerns from any device 24/7. Let’s Talk provides the community with communications access to more than 20 departments across the school district and is available from CCSD’s Contact Us page.

The Clark County School District does not provide accident or medical insurance coverage for students. Parents/Guardians are primarily responsible for any bills for treatment of an injury or illness to their child. As a service to parents/guardians and their children, the District does supply information regarding the availability of student accident, medical, sports, and dental insurance.

More information from CCSD’s Risk Management Department, along with electronic brochures and online applications from Myers-Stevens and Toohey & Co., can be found at the following link: Voluntary Student Insurance.

If parents/guardians have any questions regarding coverage, enrollment, premium amounts, etc., they can contact Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co. at 1-800-827-4695.

Parents/Guardians are reminded that insurance is required for student-athletes, and proof of insurance must be presented for eligibility.

Distribution of this information does not constitute an endorsement of this or any particular student insurance plan. The District is not being compensated in any way for distributing the information, which is being provided for informational purposes only. Any decision whether to purchase insurance must be based upon the parent/guardian’s own assessment of the risk of injury or illness and the adequacy of the plan to meet their needs in the event of a covered illness or injury.

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