We're looking forward to beginning the second semester with students and staff on January 8, 2018! All students will attend a refresher expectations assembly on Monday or Tuesday to ensure everyone is ready to put his/her best foot forward in 2018. See you soon!
We're all getting into the holiday spirit at Nate Mack and we want to get you into the holiday spirit too!
Come on out to our Kindergarten and Nate Mack Choir concert on Thursday, December 14 at 5:30 pm. Rumor has it that Santa may make an appearance!
On Friday, December 22 all families are invited to our Annual Holiday Sing Along. We're doing it twice, so check out the schedule below and see what works for you and your family. Just bring your singing voice!
9:00-9:40 am for PreK, Kindergarten and Grade 2 and Grade 4
1:20-2:00 pm for PreK, Grade 1, Grade 3, and Grade 5
Also, please scroll down to see our Student Council sponsored dress up days for the week of December 18-22.
Happy holidays from all of us at Nate Mack Elementary School!
Our Student Council is helping our school community to get into the holiday spirit next week. All students and staff are encouraged to have some fun by wearing holiday dress. Please see the schedule below:
Monday: Holiday Hat Day
Tuesday: Candy Cane Day (wear red and white)
Wednesday: Santa vs. Reindeer Day (which will you be?)
Thursday: Ugly Sweater Day
Friday: Holiday Pajama Day
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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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