CARSON CITY, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — Monday August 19th is the first day of school for 7,800 students in Carson City. 10 schools are now back in session, and seven new principal and district administrators headline the new school year.
New changes include:
Tasha Fuson - Associate superintendent for educational services with the Carson City School District
Gavin Ward - Principal for Carson High School
Marc Rodina - Vice principal for Carson High School
Jon “Shelby” Tuttle - Dean of students for Carson High School
MaryAnne Weaver - Dean of students for Carson High School
Rodney Butler - Vice principal for Al Seeliger Elementary School
Kevin Sady - Vice principal for Mark Twain Elementary School
Among other changes are construction improvements to schools. Three schools got upgrades, including Pioneer High School, and Mark Twain and Fremont Elementary Schools. The new construction adds 10,700 square-feet at Pioneer, 12,288 square-feet at Fremont, and 13,358 square feet at Mark Twain.
In addition, 26 portable classrooms were eliminated thanks to the construction. There are four remaining portable rooms, with one serving as space for the School Based Health Center.
Back to school events are listed here for students and parents.
For more info on the new school district for Carson City School District click here.