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Offline Learning Resources available for Southern Nevada students

Posted at 10:15 AM, Apr 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-04 12:50:48-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Here is a list of offline learning resources to help stop the summer slide.

YMCA of Southern Nevada
As of June 1st, the YMCA of Southern Nevada is beginning to reopen their four locations across the valley. In the first phase starting June 1st, Durango Hills Y and Centennial Hills Y will be open for their basic wellness floor operations (weight rooms, cardio rooms, basketball gyms for individual shooting and indoor pool for individual lap swimming (Centennial Hills Y only). Group fitness classes will reopen June 8th. For a list of reopening information and safety protocols for employees, members, and guests, please read their reopening guidelines here.

All YMCA water parks will reopen Monday, June 15th along with the Heinrich Y and SkyView Y locations.

Las Vegas-Clark County Library District
As of June 4th, the majority of the LVCCLD libraries will be open with limited services and building capacity. Wi-Fi will continue to be available in the parking lots, library equipment (such as maker spaces, youth PCs, tech labs, and portable technology) is available on a limited basis. Library materials placed on hold may be picked up via curbside or entering the branch. No in-branch entertainment or children's programs are available yet. To see more about Phase 2 partial reopening, please click here.

Curbside pickup is available from the LVCCLD at 19 library locations. For those with a valid and eligible library card, you can place a hold on books, DVDs, and CDs online and schedule an appointment to pickup your library materials curbside. Curbside is available to those traveling by car, bicycle, or on foot -- as long as you follow curbside pickup protocols. To learn more about curbside pickup at the library, please click here.

Clark County Parks & Recreation
Clark County's Las Vegas-area community and recreation centers will open in a limited capacity Monday, June 1st, for open recreation and to register for upcoming programs. The County's aquatic facilities are expected to open later in June at a reduced capacity -- the date will be announced later. Playgrounds will continue to remain closed. Splash pads will open Monday, June 1st. Dog parks and equestrian arenas are already open for public use.

Limited summer camp enrollment also begins Monday, June 1st; click here for more information.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada
The Boys & Girls Clubs plan to reopen six of their clubhouses (Agassi, James, Kish, Lied, Reynolds, and Southern Highlands) on Monday, June 8th at 50% capacity Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. through 6 p.m. Priority will be given to first responders, essential workers, and those returning to work. Youth membership will be required and fees apply. For more information, visit their website or call 702-367-2582.
Other clubhouses will remain closed at this time.

Reading Books and STEM Workbooks
The Public Education Foundation and Spread the Word Nevada will be distributing in the coming months reading books and STEM workbooks to nearly 80,000 students in need in the Las Vegas valley.

WiFi Access
Las Vegas-Clark County Library District extended the WiFi internet into the libraries' parking lots for customers to use remotely.

Free WiFi access at the Las Vegas library