On Tuesday, December 5, we have scheduled exterior pest control treatment throughout the grounds at our school. While neither students nor staff are expected to be exposed to volatile organic compounds at concentrations greater than established as safe, we know from experience that some people are unusually sensitive to materials that are required to perform this work. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the CCSD Facility Services Division at (702) 799-0043.
We have over 100 trained volunteers who assist us at Nate Mack! If you are one of these volunteers, please be sure your are up-to-date with the district's requirements so that you can continue to volunteer at our school. Please start by reading the information below. Unfortunately, anyone does not comply with these regulations will not be able to volunteer for Nate Mack after the winter break (January 8).
This is a wonderful time to reflect on all of the components of a great school community and to extend a very heart-felt THANK YOU to everyone who contributes. We have a lot to be grateful for here at Mack, not the least of which is an amazing staff and generous, supportive families. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for being in integral part of our school community. I am truly grateful to work with the staff and families at Nate Mack Elementary School!
~Thank you for contributing to our Fall Food Drive, which helped to feed 28 Nate Mack families in need.
~Thank you too for your generous support of our school's specialists who teach art, music, GATE, PE, and STEM/Literacy. Your pledges and support for their Turkey Trot last Friday will assist each specialist to maintain a high-quality program despite funding challenges.
~Thank you for supporting our first graders and our preschoolers by attending their programs and sharing your family's favorite holiday treats.
~Thank you for supporting your child's academic success by attending Parent-Teacher conferences, parent workshops, and helping with homework and studying in the evenings.
~Thank you for ensuring that your child comes to school, on time, each day, ready to learn.
If you'd like to express YOUR gratitude toward a teacher or staff member, please consider submitting an online RAVE Review. Just use the link below:
Need ideas for upcoming holiday gifts for your kids? Here are some ideas from the STEM Library Learning Commons. They include popular and new books and authors, as well as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) toys students have loved using. I have included an Amazon link to each item. Using this link supports Nate Mack. We can receive up to 10% of your entire purchase every time you shop through one of these links. Also, don't forget if you EVER shop through Amazon, click the link to the right and you support Nate Mack. Same prices...you're just helping your school, as well! Happy Shopping!
New Book by David Shannon...Lizzie is the busiest, buzziest bee in Hivetown! David Shannon's vivid artwork and Lizzie's endearing efforts to "do it all" will make children laugh aloud at her frantic antics as she juggles school, multiple sports, dance, violin, and art.
The New York Times bestseller that celebrates the dreams, acceptance, and love that parents have for their children . . . now and forever! A perfect gift for recent grads, as well!
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Goodnight Already! series
This is a book about a bad seed. A baaaaaaaaaad seed. How bad? Do you really want to know? He has a bad temper, bad manners, and a bad attitude. He's been bad since he can remember!
Gr 4–6--A touching story about a girl and her dog, perfect for young animal lovers
New Book from Jeff Kinney
Over 6 million people have read the #1 New York Times bestseller Wonder--the book that inspired the Choose Kind movement--and have fallen in love with Auggie Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face.
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Fun-
Click on the picture to visit Amazon..the link already is set to support Nate Mack!
“Engagement is one of the district’s Pledge of Achievement success indicators. The annual survey is an important opportunity for us to hear from and listen to what parents think about their child’s school and the district as a whole,” said Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky. “It is vital that we receive feedback from parents as CCSD employees work hard to improve all areas of education.”
Surveys have also been designed for students and staff to take at ccsd.net/survey, in order for CCSD to obtain a full representation of all groups that make up the school district.
Questions asked in the survey align with district goals, focus areas and strategic imperatives that will be used to help make improvements to schools and increase parent engagement. As part of the district’s efforts to maintain transparency with the community, survey results will be made available to the public in early 2018.
For parents and guardians who wish to participate, but do not have computer/internet access, the following locations have computers available for public use:
• All CCSD schools
• CCSD Administrative Center, 5100 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas
• CCSD Curriculum and Professional Development Building, 3950 S. Pecos-
McLeod, Las Vegas
• CCSD Edward A. Greer Education Center, 2832 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas
• CCSD offices located at:
• 5240 Goldfield St., North Las Vegas (Mojave HS campus)
• 2298 Vegas Valley Drive, Las Vegas, (Valley HS campus)
• 4760 W. Desert Inn Road, Las Vegas (Cashman MS campus)
There are several questions on the survey that are school specific; therefore parents and guardians must enter their child’s student ID number and birth date or the name of the school when completing the survey at ccsd.net/survey. Entering student information ensures that each school is receiving their specific responses from parents to gauge their school climate. The identity of individual students, parents or staff who respond to the survey will not be disclosed to any school or district administrator. Survey results will only be shared in the aggregate.
The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and is accessible on tablets and smart phones. Every parent is invited to take a survey for each child enrolled in a CCSD school.
Parents and guardians may request a paper copy of the survey from their child’s school. Any questions or concerns can be addressed by calling CCSD’s Assessment, Accountability, Research and School Improvement division at 702-799-1041, option 4.
Ms. Juliano's Author of the Week
- Kiss and Drop Zone Procedures
- Parent and Family Engagement Policy
- Parent Notification Letter
- School Performance Plan
- Nate Mack Title I Budget
- Student Parent Handbook
- Parent Notification Crisis Plan
- Parent Notification Crisis Plan - Spanish
- Elementary& Secondary Education Act
- Effective Parent-School Communication
- Parent School Communication (Spanish)
- Traffic Violations
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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.