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WELCOME TO LOMIE HEARD ES

Lomie G. Heard Elementary is Clark County School District's premier public magnet school focusing on coding and robotics for all learners in elementary grades K-5.

 

Since opening in 2017 our focus has been on offering personalized learning to all learners. We focus on where our learners are at and provide rigorous, hands-on activities to help them master learning targets at their own pace. In addition, all learners have the opportunity to master skills in coding and robotics.

SCHOOL NEWS

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD

Congratulations, Kayla, for being the 2021 2nd-grade winner of the LV Review's Academic Excellent Award.  Look for her in the paper after May 10th!

 

https://www.reviewjournal.com/academics/

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CULTURALLY INCLUSIVE SCHOOL ANALYSIS (CISA)

Hello Parents, we would like your input as we move forward with building our school's culture and climate. Please complete the survey by the end the day 4/26/21. The link to the survey is:

Culturally Inclusive School Analysis for Parents/Guardians

CONTACT US

Principal Rebecca Mestaz

4497 Kell Lane

Las Vegas, NV 89115   

​Tel: 702-799-4920 

​Fax: 702-799-4926 

  

Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm

School Hours: 8:35am - 3:05pm

Drop-off Gates Open: 8:25am

Tardy Bell: 8:40am

Breakfast in Studios: 8:35-8:50am

Instructional Time: 8:50-3:05pm

Afternoon Dismissal: 3:05pm

Dismissal Gates Close: 3:15pm

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FULL TIME DISTANCE EDUCATION

All elementary schools in the District will offer two instructional models to meet the needs of elementary school students, including full-time distance education and full-time face-to- face instruction.

During the registration process for the 2021-2022 school year, parents/guardians will select either full-time distance education or full- time face-to-face instruction for each of their elementary school students.

The guidance provided in the documents below includes the characteristics of a successful full-time distance education elementary school student and other important considerations to help parents/guardians make the best decision for each of their elementary school students.

 

Opting-in to full-time distance education closes on May 21, 2021, as schools need to plan staffing for the upcoming school year. Parents/Guardians will only be able to opt-in for full-time distance education after May 21, 2021, if a school has available space.

COVID-19 PARENT GUIDANCE

During Hybrid Learning some learners will be attending classes on campus. To ensure the safety and well being of all learners and facilitators, and to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, please do not send your learner to school if they are not feeling well. The PDF below lists health concerns you should address with your learner each morning before sending them to school.

LEARNER DROP OFF

The following map shows the location for dropping off PreK-3 grade learners at school for those attending in person instruction. Please be advised that adults are not allowed on campus during drop off. To ensure proper social distancing, each grade level will be dropped off at designated locations throughout campus. If you have children from the same family in different grade levels, do not drop them all off at one location. Please drop off each learner at their designated grade level.

TECHNOLOGY CHECKOUT

If you need help with internet access, please call 888-616-2476 or visit https://connectingkidsnv.org/clark-county-school-district/ for more information.

If you need a Chromebook for your learner in grades K-5 or an iPad for your PreK learner, please call the office for an appointment to pick one up free of charge.

REDUCING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

Clark County School District Health Services has created Reducing the Spread of Covid-19 videos to help parents understand what they can do to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The video can be viewed in English and Spanish.

LEGOs FOR OUR MAKERSPACE

Does your home have a LEGO problem? Are they constantly underfoot, even though your older kids haven't played with them in a couple years? Consider donating them to our school. Help us reach our goal of 1MILLION LEGO pieces for our Makerspace! Donate your used or newly purchased LEGOs to our school by dropping them off or mailing them in.

 

Visit the SUPPORT US page for more information about our Makerspace and how we use LEGOs for student learning.

BUS TRANSPORTATION

CCSD has created a new mobile app to help you track school bus times. The app is free and available for both Android and iOS. You can find more information about it at getonboard.ccsd.net.

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