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Bank of Nevada Supports Education with The Delta Academy
Published on Mon, Jul 28, 2014 (2:15 p.m.)Bank of Nevada Supports Education with The Delta Academy
Las Vegas, July 28, 2014 -- Bank of Nevada continues their commitment to serve the people ofNevada by donating funds to purchase a comprehensive literacy program at The Delta Academy.
“Students attending The Delta Academy are some of the most at-risk students in the Southern Nevada. Many of our students did not find success on a comprehensive campus. However, with smaller class sizes and caring and dedicated staff, they flourish. Ourstudents are good kids looking for a second chance to succeed at school” said Kyle Konold, Ph.D., Executive Director of The Delta Academy. “We hope with guidance, differentiated instruction, and compasion our students will have an opportunity to graduate. Bank of Nevada’s generous donation will allow us to purchase books for our comprehensive literacy program. In addition to their generous donation, Bank of Nevada is introducing us to civic-minded companies to create community partnerships so we may expand our educational and vocational programs. Our goal is to prepare our students to vocationally fullfill the needs of our community. ”
“At Bank of Nevada we are committed to supporting education, particularly innovative educational concepts that teach students, who might not otherwise graduate, the fundamentals of valuable, employable skills for a brighter future,” said John Guedry, President and COO of Bank of Nevada. “The Delta Academy is the only school of it’s kind in the Las Vegas Valley and their programs and services are desperately needed. We are thrilled to introduce this innovative school to businesses who want to actively give back to our community by helping prepare these students for a career.”
About The Delta Academy
Founded in 2006, The Delta Academy’s mission is to directly address Nevada’s exceedingly high dropout rate one student at a time. The Delta Academy is a fully accredited tuition free public charter school. Delta is able to meet the needs and goals of students by utilizing various educational models. These models include: traditional college preparatory education with 15-20 students per class, online education, hybrid model (a portion of instruction is presented online and aportion is presented face-to-face), credit recovery and vocational training at the College of Southern Nevada. The Delta Academy is excited to be moving and starting the 2014-2015 school year off in a beautifully remodeled 32,000 square footcampus at 818 West Brooks Avenue North Las Vegas, NV 89030 (near MLK Blvd and Cheyenne Ave). The community is invited to Delta’s open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, August 28th from 4pm-7pm. For more information, please contact The Delta Academy at (702) 396-2252 or visit www.DeltaAcademyLV.com. RSVP for Open House at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-delta-academys-new-campus-open-house-tickets-12433848977
About Bank of Nevada
Established in 1994, Bank of Nevada, a division of Western Alliance Bank, has 11 offices in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Mesquite. The Bank provides services to businesses, entrepreneurs, professionals, and nonprofit organizations seeking the robust product array of a national bank with the individual, personal attention of a community bank, delivered through a dedicated, local Relationship Manager. For information on Bank of Nevada, please call 702.248.4200 or visit our website at www.bankofnevada.com
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