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  • Free Math and Science Tutoring!

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 3/2/2021

    NevadaTeach is looking for secondary science and math students who need tutoring!

    It is free for the students, parents just need to sign them up. The tutoring gives our pre-service teachers a chance to work one-on-one with students!


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    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 2/22/2021
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  • JTNN outh website is just for teens and is aimed to help provide information about the effects of drugs and alcohol.

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 2/22/2021


    JTNN or Join Together Northern Nevada is our area substance abuse coalition.


    JTNN Youth

    JTNN Youth website is just for teens and is aimed to help provide information about the effects of drugs and alcohol.



    Parents - Join Togethern Northern Nevada - JTNN

    Parent Resources We realize parenting is an important role that is multifaceted and changes depending on many factors in the life of the child and family. The following resources are meant to provide guidance and support for families searching for more information about drugs and alcohol, self-care, and conversation starters. Please




    COVID-19 Activities and Support - Join Togethern Northern Nevada - JTNN

    JTNN's community assessment provides data on behaviors and perceived risks of commonly used substances to better understand substance use prevention.


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  • How To Help Someone At Risk Of Suicide

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 12/16/2020

    If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (En Español: 1-888-628-9454; Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 1-800-799-4889) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.

    The pandemic has taken a heavy emotional toll on many people, and if you know someone struggling with despair, depression or thoughts of suicide, you may be wondering how to help.

     Listen to this podcast to know how to help and the warning signs


    Helpful link

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  • Join STEM & buds program to pursue your own stem ideas through one on one peer mentorship!

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 12/16/2020

    For 2020, STEM & Buds hosted four online, cost-free summer camps for students grades 6-8 to create an individualized STEM project with a high school mentor. At the beginning of each week-long session, students engaged in exploratory lessons, activities, and challenges covering psycology, engineering, computer science, math, biology, and chemistry. For the remainder of the camp, each student was paired with a volunteer mentor to brainstorm, design, and execute their own STEM research project for the end-of-program virtual science fair. 



    Gain a one-of-a-kind, personalized learning experience

    Collaborate with peers and make new friends

    Discover your unique passion for a STEM field

    Engage in authentic STEM research from start-to-finish

    Grow more confident in your thoughts and ideas

    Have fun via a cost-free learning opportunity!


    Here is the link to the submission form:



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  • Food Bank Meal Kits

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 12/9/2020

    HOLIDAY MEAL KITS food bank

    This year, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada will be hosting drive-through distributions with all the fixings needed for a holiday meal.


    Baking Ham, Boxed Potato Flakes, Stuffing Mix, Canned Yams, Canned Fruit & Veggies, Mac & Cheese, 3lb Bag of Oranges, Apple Pie


    • Only ONE meal kit will be provided per household.
    • Pre-registration is REQUIRED, and those without registration will not be served.  Registration will close once all available food packages have been reserved.


    Register for only ONE distribution location.

    4590 S Virginia, Reno
    Saturday, December 19 |

    7550 Donatello Drive, Sun Valley
    Sunday, December 20 | 9:00am-12:00pm

    4895 Texas Avenue, Stead
    Sunday, December 20 | 1:30-3:30pm

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  • Psychiatric Services

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 10/20/2020

    Adolescent Psychiatric Services

    Nevada Department of Child and Family Services

    •We offer no-cost psychiatric services to uninsured and/or underinsured youth ages 12-17.

    •Services are provided by our on-site APRN and UNR fellows supervised by the UNR School of Medicine.

    •Psychiatric services are available via telehealth/video conferencing. In-person office visits are also available as per established COVID-19 health and safety precautions. If your family is needing support in accessing mental health services via telehealth due to a lack of resources, please inform our Intake Coordinator.


    Contact us today!
    For more information or to
    schedule an assessment, call us at
    (775) 688-1600
    and ask to speak with our
    psychiatric intake coordinator.

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  • Free Tutoring

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 9/17/2020

    Reno Alliance for Free Tutoring


    We are a student-led tutoring organization, committed to helping elementary and middle schoolers learn remotely by connecting them with high school-aged, volunteer mentors in our community.

    We aim to make distance learning navigable for all learners in Reno.

    Click here for more information



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  • Distance Learners New Login web page

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 9/14/2020

    We have a new link that starts today. Students need to replace old link with this new link below.  Additionally, they need to use their district password like they would for a district computer (for envision Math, Dream Box, Teams etc.). If they forgot or changed their password, then then need to reset the district password with IT rep on your campus.


    How do I login at home?

    We have increased the security in how students access Edgenuity. Please use the following new link

    Use your school district Username and Password that you sign into a district computer with. 

    Example Username 


    Password Use the same password required to log into the school computers.


    Student Hints:

    Make sure you are using .org in your username

    Use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as your web browser. 

    If you have a pc/mac or mobile device that is not connected to the district's network you will be asked for your username (Example Student: and password once more.


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  • Full Distance Learners on Edguinty: FAQ

    Posted by Tanya Harrell on 8/21/2020

    Frequently Asked Questions                                                                                                       
    1. Are your courses approved by the NCAA?
    a. Edgenuity curriculum is NCAA-approved. Your district/
    school may have futher approvals. Please ensure
    to follow NCAA guidelines for all NCAA student
    2. What should I do if I received a low score on a
    homework assignment?
    a. Reach out to your Virtual Instructor right away through
    your student dashboard to discuss your assignment,
    re-takes, etc. If you do not understand a concept,
    remember that concept coaches are available for class
    questions if you are taking an English, math, science,
    or social studies course.
    3. I am having technical problems with the program. What
    should I do?
    a. You may reach out to technical support at any time!
    Please call 888-866-4989 option 1 for fastest results.
    Or you may email
    Please note that technical support will need you to
    have your computer to troubleshoot.
    4. Can I use notes on a quiz or test?
    a. Notes can be made available on quizzes and tests
    within the program. Please discuss this with your
    district/school administration to find out what will be
    allowed for your assessments.
    5. Is tutoring provided?
    a. Yes! We call our tutoring services “Concept Coaching.”
    Concept Coaching is only available for English, math,
    science, and social studies courses from the chat button
    while inside your course.
    6. Why am I getting a message saying, “a teacher needs to
    review my work before I can take the test”?
    a. Topic Tests are a checkpoint in which your course
    work is reviewed by an online instructor before taking
    the test. Please reach out to your teacher if you are
    stopped for any reason.
    7. Does pretesting count as an attempt?
    a. Yes, pretesting counts as a quiz attempt.
    Please note that pretesting is not available for students
    working through NCAA requirements.
    8. How much work should my student be completing each
    day they work on a course?
    a. The average student can complete 7 activities in one
    hour. Plan on working at least 1 hour per day per
    course or at least 5-7 hours per week per course. Each
    student is different, so you may spend less or more
    time depending on your pace and lesson mastery.
    9. How long should I be working on my class each day?
    a. Each class has a different amount of activities; the
    time spent working on courses should be based on
    completing the day’s activities scheduled in your
    assignment calendar.
    10. What are your hours? And are you open weekends?
    a. Please see your teacher information for teacher hours.
    b. Customer support hours are found at www.edgenuity.
    com/support/customer-support/ Other departments
    can be reached Monday -Friday between 8 am and 5
    pm Mountain.

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