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If you’re a homeowner who’s lost your job due to Covid19 here’s some helpful info.
NAHAC has relaunched the Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Program, offering mortgage assistance up to $3,000/month for those with job loss due to the pandemic and are receiving unemployment insurance benefits. Visit http://nahac.org for program information and eligibility.
Nevada has won its last six games and last 20 Mountain West home games heading into the matchup with SDSU. The Wolf Pack is one game from a fifth consecutive 20 win season.
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NEW FICO CREDIT SCORE ALGORITHM COMING THIS SUMMER!
“The best way to boost your credit score still comes down to paying your bills on time or reducing your credit-card balance. It’s generally advised that borrowers keep revolving debt below 30% of their available credit so that their utilization rate (the ratio of debt to total credit) doesn’t impact their credit score.”
cnbc.com A credit score determines the interest rate a consumer is going to pay for credit cards, car loans and mortgages — or whether they will get a loan at all.
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Washoe County School District
WCSD Class of 2019 Sets Record High Graduation Rate
For the first time in District history, more than 4,000 graduates earn diplomas
The Washoe County School District (WCSD) Class of 2019 set a District record graduation rate of 86 percent, an increase from 2018. Eight high schools increased their graduation rates last year. All traditional high schools now post rates of 83 percent or higher, and seven of those schools have achieved graduation rates of 90 percent or higher.
A total of 4,064 students earned their diploma in the Class of 2019, marking the first time the District has awarded more than 4,000 diplomas to a single graduating class.
“This has proved to be a pivotal year in our District for our 64,000 students, and I’m very proud of the hard work of our students, families, and staff members,” said WCSD Board President Katy Simon Holland. “We have seen meaningful gains in graduation rates across all student groups this year, and these students are graduating ready for college, highly-skilled careers, or the military. We are working hard to provide them with the supports and resources they need to succeed, and I am thrilled to see our graduation numbers continuing to rise. I am grateful for the ongoing efforts of our teachers, administrators, and staff members who invest their time, energy, and talent in the future of our students, our community, and our world.”
“We are tremendously proud of our students, teachers, staff members, administrators, and families who helped the Class of 2019 reach this great milestone,” said WCSD Interim Superintendent Dr. Kristen McNeill. “This is a wonderful accomplishment not only for our District, but for each and every one of our graduates and their families. The graduation rate rose five percentage points for our students who are receiving special education support with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), while most ethnic/racial groups of students continued to show growth this year. I commend the great work of our staff members and their partnerships with families in our District that have helped make these gains possible for our students. As a District, we are committed to ensuring that the journey to graduation begins in pre-kindergarten, and we provide supports to our students at every step of that journey. Those efforts continue to result in ever greater success, and I congratulate everyone who played a part in that process.”
Overall, all of the 11 student groups—including students receiving English Language supports (EL), students receiving Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL), and homeless students (Children in Transition/CIT)— posted increases in graduation rates in 2019.
“More of our students are achieving at even higher levels,” said WCSD Chief Accountability Officer Ben Hayes. “This year, 1,978 students earned Honors, Advanced, or College & Career Ready diplomas, an increase of 34 students over last year. The Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology (AACT) and North Star Online School each achieved a 100 percent graduation rate, while TMCC High School posted a rate of 99 percent. And another high school—Spanish Springs High School—posted a new school record by achieving a 91 percent graduation rate for the first time. The requirements for graduation are rigorous, and we have worked hard to ensure our graduates are ready for college, a highly-skilled career, or the military. These are amazing accomplishments for our educators and students, and we congratulate our schools on their hard work.”
mynews4.com It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! With that, there are plenty of places in the Reno-Sparks area to check out dazzling light displays as you celebrate the holidays.Hidden Valley Parade of LightsHomes in Hidden Valley are lit up and for the 35th
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New listings are down 12% from last month. If you have considered selling your home, now could be a great time!
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kolotv.com The Row is building Reno's new outdoor ice rink in the parking lot at Sierra and 6th Streets.
New shops and restaurants at The Village at Rancharrah announced Oct. 17 include: Sierra Standard (Tom Turner’s new Reno restaurant), Base Camp Pizza Co., Rolled Mountain Creamery, Dorinda’s Chocolates, Hinoki Sushi and Village Dental.
As a reminder, while the statewide minimum wage increase doesn't begin until July 1, 2020, the new law that revises provisions relating to the minimum level of health benefits that an employer is required to make available to employees and dependents is effective Jan. 1, 2020
Our Reno/Sparks market is transitioning to the fall. What does this mean for the real estate market?
The final portion of funding for the new high school at Wildcreek - $229.6 million for construction - passed at the Committee level tonight. The Board of Trustees is set to vote on it on Oct. 15. We're sooo close to breaking ground!
The same Committee also recommended that the Board of Trustees approve $0.5 million for the preliminary design of an updated O'Brien STEM Academy. Come to our community meeting on Oct. 14 at 7 pm at O'Brien to learn more about that and share your input.
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