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Parents Communications

School Communication 

Staton Elementary Administrators and Staton Elementary PTO will be using ONE communication tool and that will be Parentlink. This will automatically connect to the email and phone number that was given to Staton when you enrolled.  Each week, on Saturday, we will send out a text or email that will give you the upcoming schedule of events at Staton for the week. Our goal is to streamline all communication to this one weekly email/text. Flyers and a monthly calendar will still continue to come home. If you have not received this communication, please contact the office to update any information.

We do have some additional ways that you can stay up to date with what is going on at Staton. Please join our Staton Elementary Facebook or Instagram pages. We highly recommend that you "like" or join one or both of these pages as we highlight all the great things happening at Staton!

Some of the individual teachers may being using a communication tool such as Remind or ClassDojo for your child's individual classroom. Please join those to keep up to date on your child's classroom.

Behavior Expectations for the 2019-20 School Year

Staton staff is working hard to create a new behavior and expectations program for the upcoming school year. Please click HERE to see the attached matrix. The matrix will be reviewed and implemented with the students.

Staton Students are...

Click HERE for Common Core State Standards Overview and Curriculum Overview.


Click HERE for District E trustee information and contact.


Effective Parent-School Communication

The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement. Please click HERE to find out ways you can be an active partner with your child's school.


CCSD uses the student information system, Infinite Campus.  One of the key features of Infinite Campus is the Campus Portal which will provide you with online and mobile access to academic progress, attendance, grades, and school messages for all your children. For more information, please click HERE.

Parenting Projects

Classes are free.  To register call the Parenting Project at (702) 455-5295.
The Parenting Project offers a series of free programs to help parents be more effective in raising their children. The following programs are offered at various locations throughout Clark County: 

  • BabyCare

  • Nurturing Parents and Families

  • ABCs of Parenting

  • ParenTeen Solutions

  • Blended Families

Communities in Schools

Communities In Schools of Nevada works within the public school system, determining student needs and establishing relationships with local businesses, social service agencies, health care providers, and parent and volunteer organizations to provide needed resources.

Future Smiles


We provide no cost/low cost oral health care to at-risk children (uninsured and Medicaid/CHIP). Our services are provided at local schools and include: preventive oral health care- screenings, education, dental cleaning, protective sealants and fluoride varnish. 

The Anti-Bully

From witnessing a situation, causing it or being the target of one, every student and family can benefit from learning more at:

Need Help?
If your family has recently been impacted by financial strains, loss of income, or health concerns, there is help available to you. Please contact the following: Family Resource Center for Las Vegas West. Located at the Boys & Girls Club, 2850 S. Lindell, Las Vegas, NV 89146. Contact: Alma Gomez, Monica Falls, or Angela Burnett at (702) 932-1880. They will help you, whatever the need.

Educational Resources

Should Your Child Be Reading in Kindergarten or First Grade? When Do Students Start Learning Multiplication? 


Many parents inquire about "when" their child should be reaching certain educational benchmarks or what the standards are for our school district. The answers to those questions and many more can be found in this document: Core Standards.


We encourage you to print a copy of the pages that pertain to your child(ren) and discuss any questions you may have with your teacher(s). 

"Searching" For A Way To Make Homework Fun?

Discovery's Create A Word Search web page is really easy to use for adults and super fun for kids to solve. You can enter your child's spelling list and the site creates a word search you can print from home. Kids learn faster when they're having fun and this site is a blast!

Accelerated Reader (AR) List

Reading is one of the most wonderful things you could ever do with your time. Travel the world without ever leaving your chair. Discover facts about people, places and things you've never hear of before, or just enjoy a great belly laugh. Reading makes it happen and the Accelerated Reader program is the best place to start. Visit the Accelerated Reader website for more details on the program.

Educational Websites

Check out our Student Links Page to visit webpages designed for students to learn about a variety of topics.


Have A Great Website You Want To Share?

If you find a website that's helpful to your student, please feel free to email the suggestion to our Website Parent Volunteer. Thank you!

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