Attention parents interested in chaperoning field trips:
A mandatory chaperone training has been developed and is available in both English and Spanish. After completing the training, volunteers will sign the attached Volunteer Chaperone Guidelines Form and return it to the Site Administrator proving completion of the training. This form should be included as part of the field trip packet (CCF-798). A Spanish version is available at the end of the Spanish training module. Click here for chaperone training.
Clark County School District Survey
Please click here to take the district survey. We want to hear from YOU!
Click here to see a message from CCSD regarding fingerprinting of volunteers.
A new state law is now in effect requiring adults who volunteer at our schools or during school activities to be fingerprinted.
Senate Bill 287 requires all volunteers with unsupervised OR regular contact with students to be fingerprinted. Regular contact is defined as volunteering at least four times a month.
Lee Antonello ES Important Dates
8/13: Classes begin! Welcome back Explorers!
8/20 - 8/31: Save Around Fundraiser
8/31: Friday Explorations begin
9/3 (Monday) Labor Day, no school
9/14 Summer academic growth party!
Reading Week Challenge!!
Our students accomplished their Nevada Reading Week AR challenge by earning 1000 points in four days! See our awesome principal, Mr. Russo, keep up his end of the deal by getting a Mohawk haircut on the last day of Reading Week!
What is a RAVE Review?
A RAVE Review is an unsolicited special recognition that acknowledges a CCSD employee who has demonstrated a special effort, an outstanding job, a project of high quality workmanship and/or a caring and sensitive attitude. A RAVE Review is meant to acknowledge exemplary behavior or an example of going the extra mile.
Who can submit a RAVE Review?
Students, parents, teachers, administrators, coworkers, and all community members.
Good Things in the Garden!