The Epicurean Charitable Foundation Las Vegas plans to move to a new office at 6765 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 1.
The office will include a student lounge open for studying and a computer lab.
The foundation supports local education, including hospitality and culinary related organizations and charities.
The foundations primary endeavor is awarding annu al scholarships to students seeking careers in the hospitality industry.
For more information, call 932-5098 or visit ecflv.org.
local banks teach children to save
Elementary school students will learn this month about financial responsibility and the importance of developing savings habits from volunteer instructors from eight local banks.
Volunteers in the Teach Children to Save program, organized by the United Way of Southern Nevada and the Nevada Bankers Association, plan to visit more than 130 classrooms and educate more than 7,500 students.
For more information, visit teachchildrentosave.com.
Students with dyslexia can nominate teachers as unsung heroes
The International Dyslexia Association is accepting nominations through May 15 for teacher, tutors or other educators who have made a difference in the lives of dyslexic students.
The award will recognize each nominated educator as an unsung hero by sending a letter to that teacher and listing them on the IDA website.
All teachers will be placed in a drawing for one free conference registration, a $250 travel stipend and three nights accommodations to attend IDAs 62nd annual conference, Reading, Literacy & Learning, Nov. 9-12 in Chicago.
To nominate someone, visit interdys.org/honorateacher.htm.
Online school offers scholarships
Advantages Online Private School is offering an essay contest for two $750 scholarships for Clark County high school students.
The students 200-word essays should describe the biggest educational challenge they face in high school and how they are conquering it. Entries are due April 29, and scholarships may be used to cover the cost of a course offered by the accredited online school.
For more information, visit advantagesschool.com.
Scholarships available to
The Sons of Italy Las Vegas Lodge 2158 is offering three $500 scholarships for college-bound high school seniors of Italian descent.
Awards will be based on grades, school activities, a personal essay and contributions to the community. Applications are due May 10.
Sons of Italy is a national organization of Italian-American men and women.
For more information, call 896-1987 or visit sonsofitalylasvegas.com.
Post reunion information
on school districts website
Clark County School District alumni who are planning a high school reunion may post information on the Clark County School Districts website, ccsd.net/schools/reunions.
Email any important reunion information to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be posted.
Cultural Diversity Foundation
The Cultural Diversity Foundation is offering college scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $2,500.
Students must be Clark County residents, maintain a 3.0 GPA and show financial need.
The deadline for submissions is May 6. For a complete list of scholarships, criteria and applications, visit cdfnv.org/scholarships or call 646-2615.
The foundation also plans to host online workshops with tips on how to search and locate scholarship awards online. The class is open to college-bound high school students and college students.
The cost is $25 to $50, depending on income. To register or view class schedules, visit cdfnv.org/onlineworkshops.
Scholarships available for students
of Norwegian descent
The Sons of Norways Vegas Viking Lodge is accepting applications for scholarships for high school seniors of Norwegian descent.
Last years scholarships ranged from $250 to $750. Scholarships are determined by grades, financial need, extracurricular activities and the application essay.
The application is due Wednesday and is available at vegasviking.com/scholarship.
For more information, call 645-6666.
Basic High School class of 1971
to reunite in October
The Basic High School class of 1971s 40th reunion is scheduled for Oct. 7-9 at the Fiesta Henderson, 777 W. Lake Mead Parkway.
The cost is $71 for those who register by May 19.
For more information, email email@example.com, call 737-5977 or search for the class on facebook.com.
Inaugural Science Festival
coming in May
The inaugural Las Vegas Science Festival is seeking participants for the event, which is scheduled for May 1-7 at various Las Vegas Valley locations.
A Rubiks Cube competition is scheduled as part of the event. Teams of eight students will attempt to solve 25 cubes. The school that solves the cubes in the shortest time will win up to $750 to be donated to their school.
The festival plans to celebrate science, technology, engineering and math with speakers and exhibitions.
Applied, natural and health sciences organizations are encouraged to contribute as educators, hosts, volunteers or sponsors.
For more information, visit lasvegas
High schools hosting flu clinics
The Southern Nevada Health District is offering weekly flu clinics at Chaparral High School, 3850 Annie Oakley Drive; Durango High School, 7100 W. Dewey Drive; Silverado High School, 1650 Silver Hawk Ave.; Desert Pines High School, 3800 Harris Ave., and Mojave High School, 5302 Goldfield St.
Clinics are scheduled from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Flu shots and other immunizations are available at the health districts public health center, 625 Shadow Lane, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For more information, visit snhd.info.
AFS Intercultural Programs
seeks host families in southern nevada
AFS Intercultural Programs, a nonprofit high school student exchange organization, is seeking host families in the Las Vegas area. Hosts provide a bed, meals and a family environment.
For more information, email Cathy Sheehy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 633-5891.