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Welcome to the Washoe County School District

 
The Washoe County School District (WCSD) is focused on creating an education system where all students achieve academic success, develop personal and civic responsibility, and achieve career and college readiness for the 21st century.

The Washoe County School District Board of Trustees is an elected board of seven members. Five members are elected from geographical districts. Two members are elected as at-large. All members are elected to serve four-year terms. There is also a non-voting student representative who provides student perspective. More...

Latest News

  • Nevada College Kick Start Program Launched Statewide

    State Treasurer Kate Marshall has announced the second statewide launch of the Nevada College Kick Start Program, which establishes $50 college savings accounts for all Nevada public school kindergarten students.

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  • Community Health Alliance to Develop Health Center for Washoe County Students and Their Families

    Following a unanimous vote of support from the Washoe County School District’s (WCSD) Board of Trustees, Community Health Alliance (CHA) has been given approval to develop a Health Center for various schools in Washoe County.

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  • Nevada College Kick Start Program Set to Launch Second Year

    State Treasurer Kate Marshall will be joined by Washoe County School District administrators and students, teachers, and school administrators at two events to launch the second year of the Nevada College Kick Start Program.

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  • WCSD Class of 2014 Sets New Graduation Record

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    The Washoe County School District Class of 2014 set a new graduation record during the 2013-2014 school year. The graduation rate rose to 73 percent in the WCSD in 2014, as 3,474 students crossed the graduation stage to receive their diplomas.

    “The Board of Trustees is grateful for the tremendous dedication of our staff, students, and families who have worked so hard to reach this goal,” said Barbara Clark, president of the WCSD Board of Trustees. “We are proud of our students who have achieved this academic milestone, because it is so critical to their future success in college and highly-skilled careers. Although there is still much work to be done in our District, we are celebrating their achievement.”

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