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ANNUAL DISTRICT SURVEY
ATTENTION Staton Pioneer Families!
Your assistance in data gathering is a vital part of CCSD’s annual self-assessment. The annual Districtwide Survey for students, parents/guardians, and staff will be open from Friday, November 13, 2020, through December 18, 2020. The survey is intended to provide information for CCSD and schools regarding progress toward CCSD priorities and to comply with the requirements of the Board of School Trustees. The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to submit their 2020-2021 Districtwide Parent/Guardian Survey online using a computer, laptop, or other mobile device at https://www.ccsd.net/survey.
Pioneers! Bingo family night pack, extra bingo packs, and more are available for purchase now on our website in the PTO webstore. Let us provide you with dinner, dessert, and fun for $60! The event will start at 6:30pm and teachers will host a total of 4 bingo games. There will be 4 winners with fun prizes! Get your ugly sweater ready and come build community and create fun family memories. We recommend 1 bingo pack per person who wants to participate. All proceeds go to Staton PTO to support education enrichment at Staton Elementary.
Thank you to all who attended this months SOT Meeting and to our wonderful SOT Team who does what they can for our students. Please look over the minutes of the latest SOT meeting by viewing the SOT page or clicking the button below. At next months meeting we encourage all Staton Parents to join and learn more about how the school is run and how funding is allotted.
SOT meetings normally lasts about one hour. If you are not part of the SOT team and you would like to talk, you will need to show up at the beginning and sign up to speak. To learn more about SOT and see previous meeting minutes click READ MORE.
Next SOT Meeting Date: 12/16/20 at 3:30pm
Progress Reports/Unsats & MAPS Scores
Available and up to date as of 11/20
In alignment with full-time distance education, parents/guardians will access student progress reports and report cards through Campus Parent by clicking on the Documents Tab on the Index Menu. As parents/guardians have immediate access to grades through Campus Parent, schools will no longer print and distribute progress reports and the District will no longer print and mail report cards home.
5th Grade Parents
Families in southern Nevada are invited to apply to any of the 40 Magnets and five Select Schools in the Clark County School District (CCSD) through January 5, 2021. CCSD Magnet Schools and Career & Technical Academies Department will be hosting virtual Magnet 101 Parent Workshops and Fall and Winter Choice fairs over the coming months for families interested in learning about the various magnet programs throughout the District. Visit magnet.ccsd.net for more information
Over the coming weeks we will share program spotlight videos created by the schools.
For more information the District has put together a document that highlights each magnet middle school, open house dates, and the zoning locations for each.
Magnet Middle School Link: https://www.smore.com/sr3f4
Update Your Child's Health Information
for the 2020-2021 School Year!
Below you will find a link to provide us with updated health information for your student. Please click on the link and complete the form as directed. If you have already completed this survey THIS school year for your student, please disregard. This information is confidential and will only be shared with those working directly with your student on a need to know basis. We are asking parents of all new students (newly enrolled in CCSD, Pre-K, Kindergarten), along with those whose students have had any changes to their health, to complete the survey. It is very important that we have current information for your student's health on file. If you need to contact the school nurse for any reason, she can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can leave her a voicemail and she will return your call at (702) 799-6720 x 4020. Thank you!
Resources from the Summerlin Library
Summerlin Library provides a wealth of resources, programs and services to help your students succeed with distance learning:
Early student hours: Mondays-Fridays, 7:30am-10am, Grades K-12 and college with proof of enrollment. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
The Homework Hub, a quiet space for students in Grades K-12 to work on schoolwork. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10am-6pm; Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10am-12:30pm. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Masks required.
Free in-person homework help Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1pm to 6pm, in the Homework Hub, Grades K-5. Students must bring material to work on and masks are required.
Four Computers, first come, first served
Free printing for school assignments, up to 10 pages
Click on Read More to view the PDF which has live links to Homework Help resources!
Located under the STAFF>Administrative/Teachers/Specialists/Support Staff tab. These pages feature "Bios" of each staff member as well as a list of their "Favorite Things". Be sure to click on a staff members picture and then on the present icon to view a list of their "Favorite Things" just in time for the Holiday Season!
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Would you like to publicly recognize a Staton staff member? Please complete the Sailor Shout Out form to express why you want a staff member to have a shout out on our morning announcements. We will be having real time virtual announcements daily. Tell us how a Staton Sailor is keeping you and your students afloat when you are feeling lost at sea.
To recognize a staff member click HERE
Nominated by peer
Honoree will receive
Premire parking spot
Highlight on Staton's website
Shout out at weekly staff meeting
Legacy recorded in our virtual, Google Slides book