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Centennial Hills Science Fair Project Guide

Math, Science, and Technology play an important role in CASLV’s mission. For this reason, all students will complete a science fair project this year. Your child should have brought the Science Fair Project Guide home on Friday, September 6, 2019.

Students in grades 3-8 will have individual projects, while Students in grades K-2 will have class projects.

Students’ task is to research, design, and conduct their own science fair project. In February, the best projects from each class will be evaluated by a group of judges to select the winning projects in each grade. Those projects will go on to UNLV to represent CASLV Centennial Hills in the Southern Nevada Regional Science Fair.

If your child did not bring the packet of lost it, you may print the packet via the link below.

Science Fair Packet for grades K-4:

Science Fair Project Guide Grades K-4

Science Fair Packet for grades 5-8:

Science Fair Project Guide Grades 5-8

School Closure

 

Per Governor Sisolak’s extension of the state’s emergency measures, Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas (“CASLV”) campuses will remain closed through April 30th, 2020. Distance Education, which began on March 23, 2020, will continue at all of our campuses.  If you need any help regarding your child’s distance education, please contact your campus administration. Our Spring Break will remain as scheduled from April 4th through April 12th; there will be no distance education during Spring Break. Distance education will resume on April 13, 2020.

This action is an extra measure of protection to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19. CASLV strongly recommends that all children stay home during this time. Family members are also encouraged to continue practicing social distancing, washing their hands with soap and warm water, and avoid touching their face.

We understand the significant impact school closure will have on families, and we are committed to addressing the needs of all our students. We are working with the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority and the Nevada Department of Education to ensure that your children’s education is not interrupted by this closure. 

More information will be emailed to you from individual campuses. Important items will also be posted on our website and social media pages, regarding instructions and other supports for students and families. 

The health and safety of our students, staff, and community are our top priorities. We appreciate your patience and support as we navigate this rapidly changing public health crisis.

As a reminder, if students and families need meal assistance, here is the link to the Food Distribution locations for students in Clark County. We have confirmed that any student, including CASLV students, is eligible to pick up food. 

For more information regarding the virus, please see the websites of the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html) and Southern Nevada Health District (https://www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/coronavirus).

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