CCSD to resume transporting students to after-school summer Boys & Girls Club program locations

The Clark County School District (CCSD) will resume transporting students participating in Summer Acceleration sites to local Boys & Girls Club locations to provide them with additional learning opportunities during the summer break.

27 schools will be provided with the additional service to provide transportation to students from school to Boys & Girls Club sites in the Las Vegas Valley, including: 

  • Robert O. Gibson Leadership Academy
  • West Preparatory Academy at Charles I. West Hall
  • Chaparral High School
  • William E. Orr Middle School
  • Sandra B. Abston Elementary School
  • Jim Bridger Middle School
  • Marion Cahlan Elementary School
  • B. Mahlon Brown Junior High School
  • Gordon McCaw Elementary School
  • C.T. Sewell Elementary School
  • Robert L. Taylor Elementary School
  • James Cashman Middle School
  • David M. Cox Elementary School
  • Barbara and Hank Greenspun Junior High School
  • Green Valley High School
  • Charlotte Hill Elementary School
  • Louis Wiener Jr. Elementary School
  • Nate Mack Elementary School
  • Aggie Roberts Elementary School
  • Jack Lund Schofield Middle School
  • Silverado High School
  • Desert Oasis High School
  • Charles and Phyllis Frias Elementary School
  • Barry and June Gunderson Middle School
  • Dennis Ortwein Elementary School
  • Evelyn Stuckey Elementary School
  • Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School

The District will transport participating students to nine Boys & Girls Club sites.

This opportunity is being offered to all CCSD students once again after it was paused during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our students deserve the opportunity to improve their academic results with every opportunity we can provide with our community partners, and these after-school programs help them flourish through meaningful activities provided by our partners at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada,” said Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara. “In recognizing the importance of summer learning opportunities, State Senator Roberta Lange helped to facilitate the resumption of this important service, and we thank her for her advocacy in support of the District and our children.”

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada 

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization with 13 Clubhouses throughout Southern Nevada. Our mission is to enable young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Focused on three main impact areas – Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character & Leadership – Clubhouses provide a safe, supportive place to go (both physically and mentally), life-changing opportunities, and the chance for youth to learn, grow, and become who they want to be. Serving over 7,000 youth annually between the ages of 6-18, Clubs operate Monday through Friday before and after school, with extended hours over school breaks such as spring break, winter break and summer break. For more information: | Facebook @BGCSNV | Instagram @BGCSNV | Twitter @BGCSNV | 702-367-2582