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Welcome to Storey County School District Website
Our Mission:
In collaboration with parents and community, Storey County School District provides an excellent educational experience for each student to develop the skills to succeed in career, college and life.

Vision:
Storey County School District will provide a world-class educational system in a climate of respect, responsibility and integrity, which will prepare all students to make their dreams realities in college, career and life.

Core Values:
We practice ethics in education, and through our example, lead and teach ethical behavior.
We make all decisions in the best interest of the student.
We expect that all students can learn and each student will achieve success.
We act with integrity and honesty in all we do.
We deliver on our promises.
Superintendent
Superintendent
TODD HESS
124 South "E" Street (Physical)
PO Box C (Mailing)
Virginia City, NV, 89440

Office: 775-847-0983
Fax: 775-847-0989
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Send us your pictures from around Storey County and they can make it on the SCSD website cover page.

Please send them to evenegas@storey.k12.nv.us OR khames@storey.k12.nv.us
  • SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    GRANTS AWARDED TO SCSD

    Storey County School District is pleased to announce that it has received several grants from the Nevada Department of Education totaling $258,515.73. Grants received include; Title IV, Dual Enrollment, STEM and Turnaround. Storey County School District is delighted that the Nevada Department of Education has awarded us these grants which will help our staff and students make a difference.

    The Dual Enrollment Grant will support Storey County School District in providing funds for students wishing to attend our JumpStart program through Western Nevada College. The Jumpstart program provides students the opportunity to enroll in college courses while simultaneously earning high school credits.

    The STEM Grant will provide training and supplies for Project Lead the Way (PLTW). PLTW empowers students to develop and apply in-demand, transportable skills by exploring real-world challenges.

    The Turnaround Grant will focus on building the Principal and site-based leadership teams’ ability to be instructionally- focused leaders who are able to improve results through setting instructional priorities and coaching/developing teachers to reach those priorities.

    The Title IV Grant will provide Storey County School District with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Storey County is excited to be partnering with Community Chest on this endeavor.

    Grants in the amount of $158,000 were also received from the Nevada Department of Education in the Spring of 2017. These grants will provide Chromebooks (laptops) to every student in grades 6-12. Replacing textbooks, the Chromebooks are meant to enrich, customize and ease learning.

    Storey County School District was also granted the United We Stand Grant. We were fortunate enough to partner with Storey County and with the amazing support and guidance of Cherie Nevin and Dave Ballard all schools will soon have a single point of entry.

    These grants totaling over $446,000.00 is a huge contribution to the future of Storey County School District.
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    SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    Virginia City High Athletic Director, Patrick Beckwith, presents monies donated to Upper Lake High School on Saturday, August 25th. Money was raised during the game by our amazing VCHS fans and will be used to help a student from Upper Lake that was involved in a car accident for his medical needs. Way to show that Mucker pride!
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    A note from Ms. Davis- HGES Kindergarten Teacher
    Last week in Kindergarten we were talking about jobs and what kind of opportunities are out there for the children. To expand on our curriculum I decided to invite family members, staff members, and community members to come to our classroom and tell us a little about their jobs. We had a wide range of professionals in our classroom. It ranged from our awesome principal to a retired UFC fighter. I was blown away by how many people made time to come to our classroom and how excited the children were. One of my favorite things about the week was when one child was so excited that the deputy was in our classroom that the child had tears in his eyes from excitement. It was a memorable week in Kindergarten!
  • SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    A note from Ms. Davis- HGES Kindergarten Teacher
    Last week in Kindergarten we were talking about jobs and what kind of opportunities are out there for the children. To expand on our curriculum I decided to invite family members, staff members, and community members to come to our classroom and tell us a little about their jobs. We had a wide range of professionals in our classroom. It ranged from our awesome principal to a retired UFC fighter. I was blown away by how many people made time to come to our classroom and how excited the children were. One of my favorite things about the week was when one child was so excited that the deputy was in our classroom that the child had tears in his eyes from excitement. It was a memorable week in Kindergarten!
  • SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    SILVER SPOTLIGHT
    A note from Ms. Davis- HGES Kindergarten Teacher
    Last week in Kindergarten we were talking about jobs and what kind of opportunities are out there for the children. To expand on our curriculum I decided to invite family members, staff members, and community members to come to our classroom and tell us a little about their jobs. We had a wide range of professionals in our classroom. It ranged from our awesome principal to a retired UFC fighter. I was blown away by how many people made time to come to our classroom and how excited the children were. One of my favorite things about the week was when one child was so excited that the deputy was in our classroom that the child had tears in his eyes from excitement. It was a memorable week in Kindergarten!
2018 Rising Stars Schools
Each school on this list is eligible for the Nevada Achievement School District. These schools are also eligible to enter into a performance compact with the Nevada Department of Education. Parents may also petition to advocate for a change to improve their child’s school. For more information click here:
http://www.doe.nv.gov/ASD/Parent_Petition/

http://www.doe.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/ndedoenvgov/content/News__Media/ Press_Releases/2018docs/2018_Rising_Stars_Schoolscsi.pdf.