Claude & Stella Parson Elementary School
Parents

Greetings & Welcome!

We look forward to facilitating our students’ Academic Development, College/Career Readiness, and Social Emotional Development.

Important Information Regarding Parson Elementary School's New Arrival/Dismissal Procedures


In accordance to the Parent Handout you received during registration, please adhere to the following arrival/dismissal procedures:

Starting February 22, 2018, the gates leading into the kindergarten playground area will remain locked at all times. School starts at 8:10 am. ALL STUDENTS must enter school through the north back gates on W. San Miguel from 7:55-8:10am. Late students (after 8:10am) must be checked in at the main office by a parent.
At dismissal, ALL students will line up in the back area with their teachers and exit through the west gates on W. San Miguel. Students not picked up on time at 2:21, MUST be picked up by a parent in the main office. The office closes at 3pm. Please be prompt when picking up your child.
Thank you for your patience in assisting us with your child's' safety.  :)
​​With every new year comes change and progress, and this is especially true with our children.   To help you keep up with your child's journey from pre-Kindergarten through high school, we have provided links to a valuable toolkit.  

Within the Parent Toolkit you will find information on academics, nutrition, physical and social/emotional development that will assist  you tracking and supporting progress at each stage.

Academic Development 

English-Parents Make the Difference Newsletter December.pdf
click to download
Spanish-Parents Make the Difference Newsletter December.pdf
click to download
05-2016 Moving On to Middle School - English.pdf
click to download
05-2016 Moving On to Middle School - Spanish.pdf
click to download
​​Your child’s achievement depends on a partnership between you and your child’s teacher.
Below is information about the CCSD English Language Arts and Mathematics curriculum
resulting from the ongoing implementation of the Nevada Academic Content Standards (NVACS).
Partners for Achievement 2nd Semester English_1.pdf
click to download
Partners for Achievement 2nd SemesterK Spanish_1.pdf
click to download

Career and College Readiness

Career Development_3.pdf
click to download
Workforce_Development_Resource_Guide.pdf
click to download

Social-Emotional Development

​Please see attachments below titled Community Resources 1, 2, and 3. These community resource booklets contain lists of community partners that provide information and services related: Adult Education, Adult High School Diplomas, Adult English Classes, Clothing, Counseling and Support Groups, Domestic Violence, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Emergency Assistance, Jobs/Employment/Career, Financial Literacy/Credit Counseling, Food, Grief/Loss, Handicapped Services, Housing/Shelters, Identification Cards, Legal Assistance, Marital/Family Problems, Medical/Hospital/Health Needs, Mental Health, Parenting Classes, Rent Assistance, Senior Citizens, Transportation, Utility Assistance, and Veterans.   
Directory _1 Community Resources.pdf
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Directory _2 Community Resources.pdf
click to download
Directory _3 Community Resources.pdf
click to download

CCSD Adult Education

​The Clark County School District's Adult Education Department offers adults information related to:
  • Adult High School Diplomas
  • The HSE - High School Equivalency Exam (the basis for awarding the Nevada Certificate of High School Equivalency)
  • English classes (to learn how to speak English)
  • Career/College Readiness opportunities 
Please visit the CCSD Adult Education link for more information.
For additional information please visit the links below:
CCSD Guidance & Counseling

CCSD – Parent General Information

Upcoming Family Engagement Meetings

Your participation is extremely valuable!!
All meetings listen below will have a morning or afternoon time slot. Please feel free to come to whichever time slot works for you!!
Morning: 8:15am - 9:15am
Afternoon: 1:15pm - 2:15pm
​March 9,2017​​ (Friday)
​April 13, 2017​​ (Friday)
​May 11, 2017 (Friday)
Would you like to help our students receive extra equipment for recess? Click the Donors Choose link above to donate!
​The Family and Community Engagement Services (FACES) is a new department in the Clark County School District.  We know that students thrive when their families are engaged in helping them learn. Family engagement is a partnership recognizing the collaboration between family, school and community to make sure every student succeeds. 

On the FACES website you will find the Course Catalog for our University of Family Learning parent courses and calendars of classes offered at each of the twelve Family Engagement Centers (FEC). All classes are offered free of charge to the public. Many of these courses can also be brought to your school campus via your Family/School Engagement Liaison.  

Please check out the Parent Family Engagement Policy Below

Parson ES PIP FY16-17 revised .docx
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Immediate communication is our top priority. We're trying to make our communication with parents and the community more efficient and friendly. There are many different types of information that we will share on our "Claude and Stella Parson Elementary School" Facebook Page:
  • Share What’s Happening
  • Share Upcoming Events
  • Make School Announcements
  • Share K-5 resources and tips
  • Share Photos or Videos
  • Share Achievement Data
  • Ask for Feedback

Attendance Policy

688_Pub_Parents Guide.pdf
click to download
688.1 - Parents Guide Spanish.pdf
click to download

Discipline Plan

Parson Progressive Discipline Plan.2015.revised.doc
click to download

School District Resources

NV Academic Content Standards

We Make Time for Every Student!

We use a thorough problem-solving process  to support teachers in finding strategies and resources to help all students be successful. We closely analyze multiple assessments and the classroom performance of all of our students to make team decisions regarding improved student achievement. After our analysis we recommend additional direct teaching strategies or online programs.  We chart the results weekly and adjust our instruction accordingly. 

Allocation

Parson Elementary School has received its Title I Budget Allocation for the 2016-2017 school year. Our allocation is $58,650.00
 
FY17 Parson Budget Plan 4-14.pdf
click to download

Other Parent Resources

Adult Education/Literacy

Clothing

Emergency Assistance

Employment

Food

Grief/Loss

Housing

Legal Assistance

Other Useful Numbers/Hotlines


Disclaimer: Neither the Clark County School District nor Parson Elementary School endorse any of the agencies listed. It is recommended that you call to inquire regarding specific needs and eligibility for services. Also, the services mentioned for each agency are not all-inclusive. Many agencies listed provide additional programs and assistance not mentioned.