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Clark County School District
Las vegas
Las Vegas, NV, United States

Phone: 702-799-5427
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Clark County School District is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, a southwestern oasis and one of the most exciting and diverse cities in the world, featuring world class shows, concerts and dining experiences, Clark County is centrally located in the heart of the southwest and only four hours away from the beaches of southern California.

CCSD is the fifth largest school district in the country, educating almost 75 percent of all students in Nevada with more than 320,000 studens enrolled in Kindergarten through 12th grade. The district encompasses 356 schools and employs more than 40,000 employees.

Our focus is on people – the educators, staff, students and parents who make our community one of the most diverse and dynamic places in the country.  We invite you to explore our site and learn how you can teach, live and grow in Clark County.

Our vision is for all students to graduate from high school having the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values necessary to achieve academically, prosper economically, and contribute in a global society.

In recent years, CCSD has been the fastest growing district in the country, building more than 110 new schools since 2000, including six new Career & Technical Academies and some of the top magnet schools in the nation. Every day of the school year, in every classroom in our district, we are focused on providing academic services that prepare all students – regardless of their background or the language they speak at home – with a quality education that will prepare them for success in college or a career.

Calling All heroes!  Be the First hero in a child's education! Apply today!

Jobs by Clark County School District
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Elementary School teacher Clark County School District Las Vegas, NV 03.15.2016
Accept the challenge and teach where you can make a difference. Our students (all 320,000+ of them) deserve teachers...