Making Our Town Better

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It has been four years since Lupe Guzman and Virgin Valley Elementary School Principal Cathy Davis began working on a passionate goal for the kids who live here: to read at a third grade level by the time they reached third grade. Thanks to the … [Read more...]

VVHS has first career fair in years

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On April 21, Mesquite Works and the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department at Virgin Valley High School had a career fair for the junior and senior classes in the Kirk Brotherson Gym. This is the first time there has been a career fair for … [Read more...]

College of Southern Nevada 2017 Important Dates

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CSN Summer registration is currently in progress and classes begin June 5. Fall Priority Registration begins May 1. Priority registration is for currently enrolled students. Check your MyCSN for your specific enrollment date and time. Fall open … [Read more...]

Camp Capers

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On April 5 and 6 Jenny Bennett sent all of the Virgin Valley Elementary School (VVES) students, their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and siblings to summer camp. Bennett, the VVES music teacher, spent months working with the students, readying … [Read more...]

CSN Mesquite to offer Algebra Refresher course

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College of Southern Nevada-Mesquite Center will be offering an Algebra Refresher course scheduled to begin April 24th – June 1st.  Class will be on Mondays from 4:00pm-8:00pm. The cost of the course is $100. Algebra Refresher replaced the Math Prep … [Read more...]

CSN Looking for American Politics Instructor

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The College of Southern Nevada Moapa Valley Center is looking for an Intro to American Politics instructor. Applicants need to have a Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate level credits in Political Science. Applicants can email their resume to … [Read more...]

Leave Your Mark Brick Campaign

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All current and former students, players, friends, families, parents, administrators, and community members, are invited to help pave the way to many more successful athletic achievements. With your purchase of a personalized brick, your “Bulldog” … [Read more...]

Bank of Nevada Funds Bricks and Mortar Boards

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Dan Wright, Mesquite Branch President of Bank of Nevada, presented $2,500 checks to both Virgin Valley HS Principal Cliff Hughes, and Mesquite Community Education Foundation President Darlene Nelson. The presentation was made Monday at the high … [Read more...]

More than $5,000 raised for scholarships

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The Mesquite Community Education Foundation may have just pulled off its first event in record fashion with their Spring Fling at Virgin Valley High School on March 21. More than 100 people showed up for a fundraiser that will dedicate funds … [Read more...]

Free High School Equivalency classes to be held in Mesquite

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  The College of Southern Nevada will be offering a free High School Equivalency (HSE) Math Class at the Mesquite center beginning April 17. The class will run Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. through June 1. Requirements to … [Read more...]