Discovering the Past
and Exploring the Future
through Kindness, Integrity, and Motivation.

We are ready to welcome back our Cohort A and Cohort B students to full-time face-to-face learning. Also, students who received a letter from Ms. Furtado will be back full-time. We can't wait to see you on Tuesday, April 6, 2021!

Spring Valley Library has an amazing program!

  • Monday through Friday, we’ve been offering “Homework Club” to all students/families who would like to do their schoolwork here.

    • We have tables, Wi-Fi, and extra supplies to support student learning

    • Staff members circulate to encourage/support the students (About 2-3 staff members)

    • We are not tech experts, but will try and steer students/parents to the right resources

  • Three Square Free Lunches are served from 2 pm to 4 pm daily for anyone age 0-18

Clark County’s School Daze program, which helps parents who need a place for their kids to do school work during the day, has received limited CARES Act funding to support families that want to enroll.

For more information on how to enroll, see the Safekey page on the county’s website. You can also get information by calling 1-800-819-7556.

The program is for students 5 to 12 years old, and runs Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

There is no charge for the program for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch through the Clark County School District. 


If you need internet service or can't afford the internet in order for your child to be ready for school, call 888-616-2476.

How do students login Canvas?
Students will access Canvas through the Clever Portal. Students will go to clever.ccsd.net. Once
students are logged in, they will click on the Canvas icon.

How do students find their login information?
Students will use their AD credentials. The AD credentials consist of their first name and personal
identification number. Students may reset their passwords by going to myaccount.ccsd.net.

How do parents get an account in Canvas?
Parents can create an observer account so they can view their student’s grades and course content.
It’s a versatile and user-friendly tool. Go to canvas.ccsd.net. The parent resource, Getting Started in
Canvas Infographic (translated infographic in Spanish), is a great document as well. This information
is also located on the Clark County School District (CCSD) website at

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