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Back to School Update from Mr. Synold

Dear A-TECH Students and Parents,

I am excited to announce that our bell schedule has been approved by CCSD for release. Please review all the information below and continue to stay tuned as virtual A-TECH takes shape.

Bell Schedule Approved

A-TECH will be on an A/B/C rotation with online live instruction starting at 9:00 am Monday – Friday. Students will have four live courses each A (odd) and B (even) Day. On C Day, students will have all 8 courses but there is flexibility based on teacher and student needs. In addition, teachers will have extensive Office Hours to support students and advise student activities. We will be having a required Google Meets Welcome Orientation for all students during Office Hours on Monday, August 24 at 8:00 am. More information will be coming soon.

I have attached three different documents for your reference:

A-TECH Student Instructional Guide (detailed description of the daily bell schedule)
A-TECH Student Bell Schedule 2020-21 (simplified daily bell schedule)
A-TECH Calendar Rotation 2020-21 (A/B/C rotation by day)

Important Items to Note:

The bell schedule will be adjusted when we return to in-person school.
Teachers will be recording and posting live lessons for review later in the day. It is highly recommended that students plan to be virtually present on Google Meets at the assigned time.
Attendance policies are still being determined by the Nevada Department of Education and CCSD.
Student Schedules are Live in IC

Student schedules are now live for parents and students in Infinite Campus. Thank you for your patience. You will need to contact your counselor if you have any concern:

Last Name

A- E Maribel Romero  –

F- L Rabin Gokul  –

M- R Jeanne Moore –

S- Z Alisa Nyznyk  –

Textbook, Chromebooks, and More: Collection and Distribution

Textbooks, Chromebooks, instructional materials, instruments, yearbooks, and agendas (9th graders only) will be distributed next week August 17-21st from 7:30 am -12:30 pm in the A-TECH gym.

Seniors: Monday, August 17

Juniors: Tuesday, August 18

Sophomores: Wednesday, August 19

Freshmen: Thursday, August 20

Make-up (Open to All Grades): Friday, August 21 (You must still come during your assigned time using the Alpha Schedule below)

Each day will have the same Alpha Schedule:

7:30 – 8:30 … A – C

8:30 – 9:30 … D – H

9:30 – 10:30 … I – N

10:30 – 11:30 …O – S

11:30 – 12:30 …T – Z

Important Items to Note:

Last year’s textbooks must be turned in when you enter the gym, or you will not be allowed to collect your new textbooks. Textbooks from last year have been removed from all lockers and classrooms.

You should park in the Student Parking Lot and walk through the double gate to the gym in the back of school.
Chromebooks – We still have Chromebooks available, but parents must complete the Online Registration Process (directions attached) and sign the CCSD Mobile Device Agreement 2020 (attached) before we can release a Chromebook to a student. You do not need an A-TECH Chromebook if you have another Internet-enabled device with a microphone and video camera.Only A-TECH students will be allowed into the gym (no parents/siblings). Masks and social distancing will be required.

If a student answers “yes” to any of these questions, they will need to stay home and arrange for a separate pick-up day with Mr. Rispin (
Do you have a new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition?
Do you have new shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition?
Do you have any two of the following symptoms: fever (100.4⁰ F or higher), chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell?
Have you come into close contact (within 6 feet) with someone who has a laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis in the past 14 days?
Have you received a laboratory-confirmed positive COVID-19 diagnosis in the last 14 days?
Smith’s Inspiring Donations

Did you know you can earn free cash for A-TECH’s clubs and school events just by shopping at Smith’s? All you need to do is register your Smith’s card, and A-TECH earns 0.5% cashback from all purchases. It’s free to enroll and never expires. You will need to log in at– My Account – Inspiring Donations – Change Organization – Advanced Technologies Academy (VN796).

Title IX Notification

Attached is CCSD’s annual Title IX notification. Athletics are currently suspended. When they resume, A-TECH students should contact their zoned school for information on participating in sports.


Jonathan Synold



Congratulations March Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for March: Karla Aleman-Valencia, Kieran Armstrong, Jessica Avila, Jonathan Botello, Matthew Bragonje, Dorismar Calva Escamilla, Erika Casiguran, Kevin Graeser, Phillip Irving, Antonio Lang, Brian Lee, Connor McMillan, JoseLuis Perez-Salas, Jahzara Regan, Joshua Sadsad and Bryce Screen

Daily Bulletin

CCSD Summer Connections

Get a summer start to a successful school year with
resources and activities for students to engage in
learning at home.
• Daily summer guide
• Resources for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade
• Online AP courses, practice questions and review lessons
• Access to Khan Academy, myON, Smarty Ants, ActivelyLearn
• And more!

If your child needs a Chromebook to continue
learning, please contact your school via telephone
or e-mail, or call (702) 799-2988 for direct assistance.

Daily Bulletin

Class of 2020 Share your plans after Graduation and the Scholarships you have received.


ATTENTION SENIORS, please fill out the linked Google Form. A-TECH will be giving out Amazon Gift Cards on the following dates.
Four – $25 Amazon gift cards this Friday, May 15th
Four – $25 Amazon gift cards on Tuesday, May 19th
Four – $50 gift cards the day we give out caps and gowns.

Seniors will receive one raffle ticket for every college or scholarship they list on the Google Form:

Every college/Institution in which they were admitted (Whether they plan to attend the school or not).
Each scholarship or grant that they receive in which they were awarded FREE money that they do not have to repay. Examples: All Merit-based scholarships awarded from any colleges, scholarships received from any outside organizations, such as the Public Education Foundation, and any grant/s (FREE money) received by the Federal Government in which they do not have to repay.

**Please do not forget to list any military branch in which you were enlisted as well!