To commemorate the Class of 2016, Student Council will host a spirit week beginning May 16.
Fashion Design program hosts Pop Up Shop in ‘E’ Building $800 dollars were raised after two day event
To assist students purchasing appropriate attire for prom, the Fashion Design program hosted a pop up shop from April 27-28 in the 'E' Building.
To qualify for potential college credit, students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses will take their corresponding exams from May 2-13.
Revisions to CCSD homework policy to regulate assignments Regulations went into effect beginning March 31
To eliminate excessive homework, especially assignments that do not align with academic content standards, CCSD ratified new amendments to their homework regulations on March 31.
BREAKING NEWS: Coyote Coachella rescheduled due to inclement weather Event will be rescheduled to May 6
Due to the inclement weather circumstances, Student Council will reschedule the Coyote Coachella to May 6.
To assist students finance college education, administration will offer a $1000 scholarship to a PA and DA senior.
CTE College Credit program available to local Nevada residents Underclassmen may begin submitting applications
Through the CTE College Credit program, students may receive credit from their program courses for local institutions.
Class of 2017 schedules school night fundraiser with Cafe Zupas Percentage of proceeds will fund prom, activities
To raise funds for prom and benefit their class in the upcoming year, the Class of 2017 members in Student Council organized a fundraiser partnership with Cafe Zupas on April 5.
Video production students become finalists in 2016 iCTD PSA competition Seniors Jaden Bailey and Ari Rojas won second annual competition last year
After winning the iChoose To Drive Cox PSA competition last year, seniors Jaden Bailey and Ari Rojas secure another finalist placing, promoting proper driving habits for Cox's Safe Driving Campaign.
Congress to recognize America’s youth through Congressional Award Students between ages of 14-23 years old may participate
To promote and recognize acts of achievement, initiative, and service in America's youth, the U.S. Congress offers the Congressional Award to young people between the ages of 14-23 years old.
Senior team defeats underclassmen team in 49-25 victory Seniors will face teaching staff and SECTA Roadrunners in upcoming games
After organizing an opportunity for underclassmen to compete in basketball games, English instructor Mr. Albert Ocampo and his team of seniors defeat the underclassmen team in a 49-25 victory.
Students vote in 2016 Nevada Democratic Presidential Caucus; Republican caucus begins today Hillary Clinton acquires 19 of 34 delegate votes against Bernie Sanders
To support their preferred candidate, students voted in the 2016 Nevada Democratic Presidential Caucus on Feb. 20.