(Las Vegas) — Clark County Independent School District’s Virtual High School announced that veteran educator Darlin Delgado has joined the staff as the school’s principal.
Formerly assistant principal at Foothill and Eldorado High Schools, Delgado helped develop a campus master schedule to maximize student learning for college and career readiness, direct and coordinate the process for the National Academy Foundation (NAF) accreditation of the Business Information Technology Academy, and implement district and school goals. Delgado has worked as a Spanish teacher, department coordinator, and English Language Learner teacher.
Delgado also served as dean of students at the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Performing & Visual Arts from 2006 to 2008. While there, she monitored student behavior in compliance with CCSD policies and regulations, pupil personnel services, and maintained discipline by enforcing school and district rules.
She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1995 and a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from the University of Phoenix in 1999.
In her new position, Delgado is responsible for the planning, organizing and utilizing of resources for the development and implementation of the school curriculum; integrating instructional technology, blending learning models and online learning; establishing procedures for utilizing the school’s budget with appropriate staff involvement and in a manner consistent with the district’s budgeting procedures and regulations; implementing procedures to foster and maintain community confidence in the school; and ensuring accurate student records and attendance accounting and efficient school management.
ABOUT VIRTUAL HIGH SCHOOL AND ACADEMY FOR INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY
Clark County School District’s Virtual High School (VHS) is Nevada’s premiere online academy, serving high school students from 9th through 12th grades. Courses are offered on a full and part-time basis and are designed to meet the needs of students seeking opportunities for honors and advanced placement courses, those seeking the flexibility of schedule offered by online classes, better one-on-one student-teacher feedback, or those facing challenges that make attending a traditional brick-and-mortar school difficult.
Clark County School District’s Academy for Individualized Study High School (AISHS) made the transition to online courses for the 2013-14 school year and offers students an alternative online learning experience where course work is completed at their own pace. Through open enrollment, students can begin coursework any time in the school year. More information on the programs can be accessed at www.ccsdde.net or by calling (702) 855-8435.