Humboldt County Library's April Calendar
The HCSD Adult Education Website is Now Available - Have you been thinking about getting your Adult Diploma? If you or someone you know would be interested in this opportunity, we would encourage you to visit the website. Interested individuals can go to the District's website (www.hcsdnv.com), click on Departments, then Adult Ed. Individuals will then have the option to enroll on the Adult Ed site! Please feel free to share!
Lowry High School's Return to Athletics Please read the following.... https://bit.ly/2Pcyq62
Reminder there is no school for in town students next Thursday and Friday. This does NOT apply to Distance Ed students.
Humboldt County Library's March Calendar
Free Clinical Services - Contact The Family Support Center at 775-623-1888 www.thefamilysupportcenter.org
FREE Preschool Program for Qualifying Families
MTM is providing rides to eligible people to get the COVID vaccine
Humboldt County Library's February Calendar
Help Call Lines
Humboldt County Library's January Calendar
The Nevada Department of Education has teamed up with school districts and charter schools throughout the state to launch a Nevada School Wellbeing Survey and we want to hear from you! There are three separate surveys, one for students, one for school staff/educators, and one for families and caregivers. All three can be taken in both English and Spanish and include links to a variety of resources. The information you share in the survey will help your school, district, charter academy, and the state get a better idea of what you need and how to plan for a successful second half of the school year. We hope you’ll take 5 minutes to share your voice by completing the survey, which you can access at NVSchoolWellbeingSurvey.org
Humboldt County Library's December Calendar
Humboldt County Library's November calendar
Dr. Jensen Shares Update on Latest COVID-19 Case - Today, we were informed of a positive COVID case of a student at Lowry High School. As the community continues to see an increase in the number of COVID cases, our schools reflect what is occurring in our community. As we continue our cleaning protocols, social distancing, mask wearing and hand sanitizing, schools remain one of the safest places for our students and staff to be. These actions place us in a strong position as we prepare for the annual cold and flu season. Stay safe and thanks for all each of you do!
Please read the press release from our Superintendent Dr. Jensen regarding news of positive cases today. HCSD continue to have strong cleaning protocols in place and the safety of our students and staff remain our top priority. Please remember to practice social distancing, wear masks, and stay home if you or a family member are ill.
ACT Fee Waiver Eligibility Requirements 20-21
Humboldt County Library's October Calendar
Parents! First time getting into Infinite Campus? Let's get started...
For students taking food home - here are some important tips for keep your food safe, especially on the weekends.