Annual Release Form

The Clark County School district requires the completion of the Annual Release and Network Access Form by the parent/guardian.  All three sections must be completed: (1) Restrict Release of Directory Information; (2) Media and Public Release; and (3) Computer Network Access.

Once signed and dated, the form shall remain in effect until the end of the current school year.  However, at any time during the school year, the parent/guardian may revoke this permission for future use by notifying, in writing, the principal of the school.

Attendance Information

The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement.  CCSD has provided information on Effective Parent-School Communication in order to foster an active partnership with your child’s school.

Bank and GVHS Webstore

SUMMER HOURS are 6:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

During the school year, the bank is open 6:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Only cash, checks, and money orders are accepted. You may pay with debit and credit cards at our web store.

Delivery Policy

Please be advised that “special deliveries” such as flowers, balloons, cookie bouquets, special lunches, etc., cannot be accepted. These items are a disruption in the classroom and pose a safety hazard in the hallways. We cannot hold onto these items until the end of the day and be held responsible if they are damaged or lost. Additionally, these items are not allowed on the school bus.

Also, we cannot accept money deliveries for students at the front desk. The school cannot accept the liability for money delivered to students. If a school/class fee is due, payments can be made at the school bank or our Web Store located on this site. Money can be placed into student lunch accounts at www.myschoolbucks.com.

Finally, pulling students out of the classroom to pick up money, homework and other forgotten items causes a disruption to their education. Except in emergency situations and at the discretion of Administration, students will not be removed from class.

Thank you for your cooperation in these matters.

Drug Testing Information

The Administration, faculty and staff of Green Valley High School have the responsibility to keep all our students safe from drug abuse, a behavior that destroys bodies and minds, impedes academic and a athletic performance, and creates barriers to success and happiness.  In accepting and undertaking this responsibility, Green Valley High School has implemented a comprehensive educational and administrative program to inform our students about the mental and physical consequences of drug abuse and to discourage and prevent our students from using drugs.

As part of this program in 2008, Green Valley High School implemented random drug testing of those students who want to represent the school on our athletic teams.  Parents of non-athletes will also have the option to have their child participate in the program.  This random drug testing program does not seek to punish students but to steer young people away from a destructive behavior and to identify students in need of drug treatment.  The random drug testing of students at Green Valley High School is an important component of our overall effort to protect our students from the dangers of drug abuse and provide a safe, healthy environment for our students, staff, parents and families on our campus and at our athletic events.

The initial cost of the random student athlete drug testing will be offset by a ten dollar fee that will be charged to each student athlete who turns in an athletic packet for any athletic team at Green Valley High School.  The fee for a parent who chooses to have their child participate in the program is also ten dollars.  The fee will apply only once per year and can be paid at the school bank.

To enroll your child in the Green Valley High School Random Student Drug Testing Program, please download the Parent Option Permit Form.   Being in this program in no way will place your child in a higher risk of receiving a punishment from Green Valley High School.  This program is meant as a another level of education and a deterrent to help us in our efforts to keep kids away from behaviors that will affect them later in their lives.

PLEASE BECOME PART OF A SCHOOL THAT IS TRYING TO HELP STUDENTS SAY NO TO DRUGS AND ALCOHOL.

Food Services

If you would like to make a cafeteria meal payment for breakfast or lunch, please visit the My School Bucks website.

Effective Parent-School Communication

The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement.  CCSD has provided information on Effective Parent-School Communication in order to foster an active partnership with your child’s school.

Volunteer Information

CCSD welcomes and encourages parents, family members, and community members to volunteer in our schools and partner with us in our vision to ensure that all students progress in school and graduate prepared to succeed and contribute in a diverse global society.  Please read the guidelines and requirements to volunteer at a CCSD school.