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Spots still available in Clark County School Daze Program

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Posted at 2:22 PM, Sep 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-10 17:30:13-04

Clark County still has space available for parents who need a safe place to send their kids for distance education.

Limited funding has been acquired to support families enrolling students ages five to fourteen years of age in the program.

As a result of COVID-19 and the continued closure of public school facilities, School Daze is a program where school age children can participate in distance learning in a supervised and socially distanced environment. Any student who qualifies for free or reduced lunch through the Clark County School District can register into the program at no charge.

To qualify, parents or guardians must come in person to the School Daze location they will be attending with the following:

- A letter from the Clark County School District confirming that their child(ren) qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch.

- Completed Parks and Recreation School Daze Registration Form.

After initial registration with qualifying paperwork is complete, future registration can be done online.

Pre-qualified parents who need copies of their letters may obtain them by contacting CCSD food service at: 1-800-819-7556 or by e-mail at: myschoolmeals@nv.ccsd.net .

To apply for free or reduced lunch, please complete an online application. Once approved, CCSD will provide a letter confirming eligibility.

Parents who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch through CCSD can still register for the program at a rate of $20 per day.

Registration is on a first come first served basis and parents can enroll their child in the program beginning at 12:01 a.m. on the Wednesday before the upcoming week.