In honor of Super Bowl Sunday, all students and staff are encouraged to wear sports attire to school. It can be football related, or any other sports wear (please no cleats).
All students and their families are invited to come back to school on Thursday Night for Mack-Ademic Night! There will be Star Lab Shows (tickets required, available now in our front office), grade level science activities, and family STEM fun. Doors open at 5:30 for the early Star Lab show "New Horizons" and "Losing the Dark." All other activities begin at 6:00 pm. There will be lots to learn and lots to do, together, so bring the whole family for this fun night of learning!
Today author Frank L. Cole visited our 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. He shared his books with us and then talked to students about what it takes to become an author. We loved his stories and message of staying unique. Frank will be signing books at Barnes and Noble tonight. Details are on the flyer to the left. If you would like to visit his website, click HERE. If you are unable to go to his book signing, but would like to purchase one of his books, click one of the books below.
As you review your child's report card together, please take the time to celebrate their successes and set some goals for improvement. It is important to remember that the grades on this report card are simply a snapshot at the mid-point of this year. The grades on the report card can and will change as we progress toward May and the end of the school year. All students should strive to meet grade level standards by the end of the year. If your child has an Individual Education Plan (IEP), s/he should be working to meet those goals.Please don't forget to sign the envelope and return it on Tuesday, when school resumes.
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.
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The Nate Mack community works together to meet the individual needs of all students by building meaningful academic, personal, and cultural connections. These connections are made through classroom instruction, integrated technology, and unique experiences that promote global awareness.
To prepare our students for the demands of the 21st century, we use data to drive standards-based instruction and maximize growth in all students. Students strive to meet high academic expectations and personal goals.
The Nate Mack staff model lifelong learning by continually refining and improving our practice through professional development, collaboration, and self-reflection.