Rainbow Dreams Academy Charter School.
A public, charter school, initially opened in temporary quarters in August 2007 serving 52 students in grades K-2. Since that time, enrollment has quadrupled and the school has expanded to serve 301 students in grades K-8. In February 2008, the newly constructed the state-of-the-art facility officially opened its doors focusing on “at risk” students as defined by Nevada Revised Statutes for underserved populations.
Rainbow Dreams Scholarship Program.
The program provides an annual scholarship to a local high school graduate with the demonstrated ability to matriculate successfully through a four year institution of higher education. The scholarship is designed to provide financial subsidy for a student who lacks adequate financial resources to meet the constantly rising costs of a college education
Dream Care Before & After School Care Program.
Designed to offset the unsupervised hours children spend at home while parents are working or enrolled in training. Our school-based program offer an array of engaging and fun learning experiences and compliments formal classroom instruction. Dream Care provides a safe, secure and nurturing environment while offering opportunities for students to benefit from tutorial services and homework assistance. A nutritious breakfast is served before the beginning of the school day with healthy snacks provided at the end of the day
Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
This program is underwritten by the foundation to provide daily nutrition services for income eligible children enrolled in Rainbow Dreams Academy. The program provides the minimum daily requirement of vitamins and minerals necessary to positive classroom performance.
Anna Bailey Movement Program.
This program was established for students to develop an appreciation for the performing arts. A professional choreographer works with students throughout the year to develop various techniques in creative dance. Students present their annual recital each spring for family and friends.
Plant Day Program.
This is an annual event held each spring. Students and their families are joined by faculty, board members and community volunteers to remove trash and debris and plant “desert friendly” vegetation to beautify the campus and neighboring community.