Week 3 Check-In

Dearest Coronado Community,

In efforts to keep in contact with all our students and their families, we are sending this update to clarify some information.  There is an influx of messages from CCSD into our homes, and if you’re having concerns with what that means to your Coronado student, we hope this message will help.


First, and foremost, our entire staff is concerned for each of you.  The teachers have been regularly reporting students’ concerns to the administration.  In alignment with CCSD’s directions, all teachers were asked to provide educational opportunities on their class websites starting last Monday.  These opportunities are shared to students with NO expectation that assignments will be collected for grades because the accessibility for some students may be an issue.  That being said, we encourage all our students

Food Distribution Information (3/27/20)

The Clark County School District (CCSD) will continue providing breakfast and lunch to students during the closure of our schools. Student food distribution pods will be set up at 36 school locations throughout the district from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Parents and guardians will now be able to pick up meals for their children without their child/children present.

However, parents/guardians picking up meals at CCSD Distribution sites will be asked to:

  • If possible, have the student ID card present when picking up meals.


  • If a student ID card is not present then please be able to verbally provide the following information:

  • Name(s)

Google Access, Infinite Campus Access, and Resetting Passwords


Students who need to reset their password can call the help desk at 702-799-3300 or they can go to: Support.CCSD.NET

If your account says it was disabled, it was because the student had an unfinished OLR (online registration), and they were blocked from using the school accounts because their AUP was not completed.  We have reversed that block in light of the current situation as of 3/26/20.  Please email chsportaladmin-user@nv.ccsd.net if your account is still showing “disabled”.



Please email chsportaladmin-user@nv.ccsd.net with your name, student’s name, and student # to receive a reset for access to Infinite Campus.


Coronado Virtual Office Hours Available for Students to Easily Contact Teachers

Students who are needing and wanting to contact their teachers can do so at designated times as follows to help with access for each period:


Period 1 – 8:00am-9:00am

Period 2 – 9:00am-10:00am


Period 3 – 10:00am-11:00am

Period 4 – 11:00am-12:00pm


Period 5 – 12:00pm-1:00pm

Period 6 – 1:00pm-2:00pm

Teachers will be available on their emails or may choose to set up a class Zoom or Google Hangout/Meet during these times, specifically, to answer questions students might have.

Coronado Math Help

Your Coronado math teachers are available for live tutoring and assistance should you want it. This is NOT mandatory and these are NOT lessons; these are teachers who are available for questions and math help daily.  These times will recur daily and use the same link each day. Please see below for times and links for specific class content.
8:00 – 8:59 am – College Prep and PreCalc AB and PreCalc BC
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 792 033 922
Password: 0227689:00 -9:59 am – Geometry and Geometry H
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 173 522 709
Password: 00000210:00 -10:59 am – Algebra II and Algebra II H
Join Zoom Meeting

CCSD Learning Line available!

Learning Line Starting on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

In an effort to provide assistance for students and families, CCSD has created the Learning Line, a service where CCSD personnel can provide support for all students via telephone to maximize their learning through distance education.

Students and families can access the Learning Line by calling 702-799-6644. Educators will be available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. to assist students in both English and Spanish during scheduled school days.

Coronado Community Letter 3/23/20

Please click on title for entire letter or on this link for a PDF:

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March 23, 2020



This situation has created more uncertainty, anxiety, and unknown than anything we have ever been a part of.  Life’s perspective, in a week’s time, has changed in so many ways for all of us.  Today, I went in to Coronado as the only person with permission to enter the building.  Each day I am to make sure the premises is secure and complete a list of required items to complete; I met virtually with our administrative team, a first for Coronado High School.  Looking out my office window I realized that the pigeons in the quad were gone. Gone. Not on the roof, not on the stairs or planter

Coronado Community Letter 3_17_20

Hello everyone.  First and most importantly, I hope this finds you well, safe, and healthy.  At this time, there are no significant updates from the information provided from CCSD; we just want to make it practice to attempt to keep in contact with everyone as much as is reasonable.

A few reminders and some new information:
Our primary focus will remain the well being of our students, faculty, and families.  Given the uncertainty of the situation, we are here to support any degree of normalcy as possible and provide academic support to assist students in this time away from school.  There is no expectation of grading assignments distributed electronically.  Our school

Resources during CCSD closure

During the timeframe in which the schools in the Clark County School District are closed, we are providing student learning extension opportunities for all students. These student learning extension opportunities are not required for students to complete but attempt to provide activities for students to engage in learning at home. At this time, the Special Needs Resource Library at Vegas PBS is available to complete requests for books for students with special needs from parents/guardians by calling 702-799-1010, Option 7 or emailing SpecialNeeds@VegasPBS.org

Kindergarten-Grade 8 Student learning extension activities accessible through pencil and paper will provide opportunities for students to practice concepts and skills they have previously been taught during the school year. The learning extension activities will be available at food

CCSD schools are closed

All Clark County schools are temporarily closed through April 13, 2020. For more information visit www.ccsd.net. 

In case of an emergency, please notify school police at (702)799-5411.