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School Associate Superintendent

Greg MiselRegion 2

Morning Drop Off Options - Parking and Kiss'N'Go

Parents are encouraged to utilize either of our DROP OFF ZONES located in the front of the school in the main entrance off of Sageberry or on the side of the school off Little Leaf in the morning. The drop-off zones accept students between 8:35 a.m. - 8:50 a.m. Please wait until at least 8:35 a.m. before dropping off your children, as school supervision is not provided prior to this time. Please DO NOT park in either of the Kiss’N’Go lanes prior to 8:35 to wait for drop off.


The front parking lot will be designated for Handicap and Pass Parking Only so they can enter their gate and be walked by a parent/guardian. All others that are parking should park on Sageberry Drive.

As a reminder, parents are NOT allowed behind the gates at drop off.


Please click HERE to see where they are and how they work.

Arrival Time/Dismissal Time

  • For safety reasons, students must not arrive to school prior to 8:35am, as there will be no supervision until that time. Only children are allowed on the playground before school.

  • Students are dismissed at 3:11 pm.  If a parent needs to check a student out prior to 3:11 pm, the parent must do so before 2:45 pm to minimize classroom disruptions.

  • The first morning bell rings at 8:50am. At this time, all 1st-5th grade students line up on their assigned dot. All students arriving after 9:00am are tardy and should report directly to the office to receive a tardy slip. 

  • Kindergarten students will line up on the kindergarten playground.


Visitation and Volunteer Rules 

All parents must sign in at the front office prior to entering the school for any reason (even if they have a CCSD badge). The 2019 Nevada Legislature passed Senate Bill 185, which makes it easier to volunteer at Clark County School District (CCSD) schools. The fingerprinting law modification will no longer require people who volunteer four or more times a month to go through the fingerprinting process, unless they will be left unsupervised with students. All Staton Volunteers must go through our Volunteer Training Program. Please check with the office to find out when the next training session will be offered.


Protect Our Kids - Regulation Policy 4100 Parent Video is a required video in addition to the volunteer training session at Staton Elementary. Please click HERE to view this required video.


State law, SB 287, also requires all regular volunteers to sign a document acknowledging that they are mandatory reporters of any potential child abuse, including potential misconduct between employees and students.  Please click HERE to access the required Child Abuse and Neglect video.

Hot Breakfast and Lunch

Click HERE to go to Food Services page.

Campus Portal / Infinite Campus

Click HERE to go to Campus Portal / Infinite Campus to learn how to follow the progress of your student using a web base system and app with real-time school information such as grades, attendance, schedules, assignments, academic progress, reports, district/school notices, cafeteria balance, etc.

Behavior and Expectations Plan 

The Staton staff uses a behavior and expectations program for which a matrix was created.  Please click HERE to see the matrix. The matrix will be reviewed and implemented with the students.

CCSD has also released a Code of Conduct Handbook. Click HERE to view the handbook.

Safe Voice

Click HERE to go to Safe Voice.

CCSD Crisis Response Plan 

Please click HERE to see the attached letter for CCSD's crisis response plan.

Policy 5139: Anti-Racism, Equity, and Inclusion

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Policy 5139--Spanish

Safekey Program
Safekey is a before- and/or after-school recreational enrichment program designed for children, age 5 – 11 attending kindergarten through fifth grades offered at 68 Clark County School District (CCSD) elementary schools within the city of Las Vegas.  The program follows the CCSD calendar and operates only on days that school is in session (no p.m. Safekey on half days).  Daily and weekly scheduled activities include physical fitness, nutritional education, arts and crafts, music and drama, reading time, games, special events, homework and tutoring assistance, literacy programming and nutritious afternoon meals/snacks. 

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