Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi for K-12 student households

Hey families! We hope you are having a fantastic Monday. Charter Communications is offering free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi for K-12 and/or college student households. If interested, we encourage everyone to act immediately to receive the full benefits of this offer. For more information, click here.

Printable Materials Pickup Times for the Week of 4/6/2020-4/10/2020

Hello SNACS families! We hope you all are enjoying this Monday morning safe and sound at home. Here are the following times and dates for which you can pick up your printable materials for the week of Monday, April 6, 2020 through Friday, April 10, 2020. Stead Campus (Students in grades Preschool through 4th Grade): […]

Governor Extends “Stay AT Home” and School Closures through April 30th

Governor Sisolak announced this morning that he extends the mandated “Stay at Home” closure date to April 30th extending the emergency declaration. Today, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak formally issued a “Stay at Home” directive for Nevadans and extended the nonessential business, gaming and school closures and all other directives issued under the Emergency Declaration to […]

Distance Learning Letter to Families

Dr. Regan provides a letter to families to detail immediate and emergency plans to offer distance learning as mandated by Governor Sisolak. The letter can be accessed by clicking the link: SNACS Distance Learning Letter for Families 3.26.20. The letter will also be posted at SNACS Office and mailed to families. An abbreviated version of […]

Preschools remain open to serve essential personnel families

The Reno Gazette Journal posted data from the Washoe County Health Department including the list of preschools that remain open under Governor Sisolak’s declaration that preschools/daycare centers are considered emergency essential businesses amid COVID-19. The article can be read in entirety here: SNACS Preschool and others remain open. All preschools/daycare centers are under the licensing of […]

Third grade class simulation on how germs spread

Do you ever wonder how germs spread if we can’t see them? Or, do you ever think you are being really careful about spreading your germs or not touching your face? Watch this video to see a cool third-grade class simulation that shows how easily and quickly germs spread! Then, see how often you touch […]

Governor Sisolak adopts new regulations for COVID-19

Governor Sisolak adopts new regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The regulations address the COVID-19 pandemic and Nevada as a state of emergency. It also defines essential and non-essential businesses within the state during an emergency. Preschools are declared as an essential business! The regulations can be read here: COVID-19 Emergency-Regulations 3.20.20

Governor Sisolak extends school closures until April 16

Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered schools to stay closed at least until April 16. This order extends his previous closure order by 10 days. It aligns school closures with a 30-day shutdown of “non-essential” businesses timeline. Governor Sisolak announced the extension Friday night, reiterating schools will be reopened after the state’s chief medical officer reviewed […]

Meals Provided for ALL Children 18 and Under

This is an important message for all families who need support and assistance with providing meals for their students during our school closures. Meals are provided for all children aged 18 and under. You don’t need to bring any identification or information about your family to receive this food, and all meals are FREE of […]