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Accessibility Statement

 Individuals with disabilities requiring assistance in accessing online information or with the functionality of CCSD’s website should contact:

(702) 799-1071 Ext. 5988

Child Find

Child Find is an evaluative process to address the federal mandate to locate and evaluate children, ages three to 21, who are not enrolled in public school and may be eligible for services identified in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

(702) 799-7463

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Dept. provides direct instruction, consultation, counseling and transition services to students in both Aural/Oral (non-signing) and Total Communication (signing) settings. Teachers collaborate with the IEP teams to ensure students are receiving appropriate academic instruction, accommodations, and supports.

 (702) 799-0754

Homebound services

Homebound services are designed to provide continuity of services to students enrolled in CCSD who are unable to physically attend school due to a medical or psychiatric condition.

 (702) 799-8616

Transition Services

Transition Specialists deliver services to schools, teachers, administrators, students, parents, and community agencies intended to address student’s post-secondary outcomes.

(702) 799-7446

Speech-Language Therapy Services

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) provide diagnostic, direct, and consultative
services to students who exhibit difficulties in the areas of language, speech sound
production, voice, and fluency (stuttering).

(702) 799-7437

Special  Education Resources

Parent/Student Resources

  • Academics
  • Assistive  Technology
  • Early Childhood
  • “How to” Videos, and much, much more.

Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT)

Our mission is to provide information on therapies, support services, and resources for families and individuals impacted with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related

(702) 368-3328

Southern Nevada Centers for Independent Living

Our services are free and provided through grants from the Administration for Community Living. We provide services in Clark County Nevada for individuals with permanent disabilities of all ages and disabilities.

We look forward to working with you to develop and achieve independent living goals.

(702) 889-4216

Nevada PEP

Our mission is to increase the opportunities for home, community, and school success for children with disabilities, including those who are at risk or who have serious emotional disturbances, their families, and their service providers, through education, encouragement, and empowerment activities.

(702) 388-8899

AzulBlue Unitedby Autism


To provide support to individuals living with autism and their families , through education , guidance, socialization and technology , so that they able to reach a higher quality of life. 

(702) 955-4415

Miracle League of Las Vegas

Our goal is to offer this program to every city in the country so children, young adults and adults alike with special needs around the globe will have this same opportunity to play baseball. The Miracle League believes: Every Child Deserves A Chance to Play Baseball.

(702) 800-1072 

Family Support Center

Cindy Flores – Director



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