Health Office

Medication at School


Students in grades 6-12, with parent/guardian written permission, may self medicate non-controlled substances. Prescribed medication must be in the pharmacy container, labeled with the child's name, medication, prescribing practitioner, and directions for use. Over-the-counter medications must be in the original manufacturer's container. Written permission from the parent/guardian must be carried by the student at all times. 


Controlled substances, like medications prescribed for pain or ADD/ADHD, may not be carried by students and must be maintained and administered in the health office. 


Students in grades K-12 may self medicate with prescribed medication for asthma or severe allergic reactions per NRS 392.425. A request to Authorize Students Self-Administration of Prescribed Medication for Asthma/Anaphylaxis (HS 96) must be completed by the parent/guardian AND licensed health care provider and returned to the health office. 


Students who self-medicate are NOT monitored by the health office personnel or the school nurse.


Questions? Please contact the Health Office at 702-799-7800, ext. 4022


Tardy Policy

2017-2018 Absence & Tardy Policy

LVA Tardy Policy:

1st tardy: Warning

 2nd tardy: Warning

3rd tardy: One 90 minute after-school detention

4th tardy: Two 90 minute after-school detentions

5th tardy: Required parent conference (RPC)

6th tardy: 6 or more tardies is considered insubordination and therefore follows the school's progressive discipline policy.


All students are expected to behave appropriately while at school and during extracurricular activities. The essence of good discipline is respect; respect for others, respect for self, and respect for rules. This attitude, which begins at home, is reinforced at school and applied through life. In order to guarantee an excellent learning environment for all students, the following school-wide discipline policies have been adopted. It is based on the expectation that no student will interfere with teacher instruction, another student’s learning, or engage in any behavior that is not in their best interest or in the best interest of others.


At LVA, we recognize and appreciate that the majority of our students conduct themselves in a positive and constructive manner at all times. Student are expected to exemplify the LVA Way.  However, it is important that all students carefully read and become familiar with the rules and consequences so that there are no misunderstandings. Please remember school rules and expectations apply while at on-campus or off-campus school-related activities as well on the way to and from home. During online distance learning, school rules still apply. 


When students engage in inappropriate behavior, they will be dealt with fairly and consistently. Students may be subject to a range of disciplinary actions based on the nature of the infraction, the number and types of behavioral referrals, and the frequency at which the student is referred for disciplinary action. This range includes, but is not limited to, student conferences, detentions, required parent conferences, formal suspensions, recommendation for placement in Behavioral Program, recommendation for expulsion, and/or arrest.



SB 269 – Senate Bill 269, effective on January 1, 2015, establishes new school attendance requirements for application of a learner's permit or driver's license and requires imposing administrative sanctions on students with poor attendance. As of January 1st, all students under the age of 18 who wish to apply for a learner's permit or driver's license must submit a completed DMV-301 form to the DMV office at the time of application. The DMV-301 requires a school official's signature verifying the applicant has attended at least 90% of the school days in the current semester. Students who do not meet the 90% attendance standard in the current semester will be unable to apply until the next semester, provided they have met the 90% standard during that semester. Students who have three or more unapproved absences may be deemed a habitual truant, issued a truancy citation, and suffer a suspension of their driver's license for three (3) months for the first offense and nine (9) months for the second offense. Students who do not have a valid driver's license will not be eligible to apply for a learner's permit or a driver's license, once they become eligible to apply, for thirty (30) days for the first offense and sixty (60) days for the second offense. Students who turn 18 during the suspension, will be required to complete the terms of the suspension before becoming eligible to apply for a learner's permit or driver's license.


Please contact Donna Bachman in the Character & Compliance Office for questions & assistance.​​​​​​​

Closed Campus

Once a student arrives on campus, the student is to remain on campus until the end of the student’s school day. Students must remain on campus for lunch. Any student needing to leave campus during the school day must have parent permission and check out through the Charcter & Compliance/Counseling Office to receive a passport slip from school. Parents picking up their student are required to show a picture ID and sign the student out in the Character & Compliance Counseling Office or the Health Office.

Students who choose to leave campus without checking out in the appropriate office are classified as truant and will be suspended.

Parents/students who are interested in attending seminary during “Lunch & Learn” time must pick up, complete and return an application through the Character & Compliance Office.

Questions? Contact the Character & Compliance Office at 702-799-7800, ext. 4500.

1/18/21 Updated Virtual Online Attendance Guidelines

LVA Online Etiquette Expectations

  • Before logging in, check your surroundings, including what others may see behind you. Make sure any wall art is CCSD appropriate. (examples: posters, photos, artwork, etc.)

  • Login in on time prepared with all of the needed materials.

  • Attire must follow CCSD dress code regulations. 

  • Work in an area with little or no distractions.

  • Inform others in your residence or location when you will be online to eliminate distractions.  Let your family members know that you are on a “live call.”

  • Pay full attention and participate.

  • Students are required to log in to all synchronous and asynchronous courses at the assigned times.

  • Mute your microphone when you are not speaking. 

  • Wait for your turn to speak or your instructor’s direction to speak.

  • Speak clearly and in a normal voice. There is no need to shout.

  • Refrain from eating during virtual meetings.

  • Follow proper procedures to speak or ask questions in class. If you don’t know the procedures to ask questions, ask the instructor.

  • Ask questions! 

  • Minimize or avoid side conversations and multitasking. Stay focused on class. 

  • Be kind and respectful.

  • Take notes as needed.

  • Students may NOT take screenshots or record synchronous (live) lessons. Teachers are recording class instruction for later reference. 

  • Do not share the link for your assigned Google Meetings information with anyone. 

  • Do not attend class meetings that are not assigned to you or assigned at a different time. 

  • Think before you type a written response or questions in online comments. Keep on topic. Once you have posted, you can’t take it back.

  • Apologize if you do break etiquette expectations.

  • Tell the instructor before class or a meeting if you need to leave early.

  • When the instructor informs the students to log out of the Google meeting, you are to leave immediately. 

Progressive Discipline for not following LVA’s Online Expectations and are dependent on the severity of the infraction(s). Interventions include:


  • Verbal/Written redirection from the instructor

  • Removal from the “live” online meeting

  • A phone call or email notification of infraction to the parents/guardians from the instructor/support staff

  • Referral/ Intervention from the Assistant Principal of the Character & Compliance Office

  • Parent/Guardian, student, and administrator conference to address the expectations

  • Restorative Plan of Action

  • Modification of online use

  • Other modifications as needed

  • Behavior Probation plan

  • Ultimately, the student may be removed from LVA at the end of the year for multiple online infractions.

  Click here to read the CCSD Pre-K - Grade 12 Student Code of Conduct for more information on Student Behavior Expectations.