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Mr Reid

Mr. Reid's Blog

Greetings to the Piñon Hills Elementary School Community!

It is an honor to serve the students, staff and parents at Piñon Hills Elementary School.  I am very proud of the work our staff does with students as well as the effort our students exhibit on a daily basis.  The climate at PHES is one of kindness and respect which is a high priority among staff students and parents.

We strongly encourage parent involvement and as a result have an incredible number of volunteers each week.  We have an amazing Parent Teacher Organization which is committed to supporting improved student achievement.  There are many ways to be involved at our school.

I am looking forward to another amazing school year with a focus on growth in student achievement.

Mighty Mustangs!

Jason R. Reid

Mr. Baligad Serving Lunches May 9, 2018

Thank you Mr. Baligad for helping out in the kitchen!!

 

 

4th and 5th graders Raise and Release Trout March 15, 2018

Trout ready to be little fish in a big pond!

 

Students endure the cold to give trout a new home!

Students Releasing Trout

Parents, please claim Nevada College KickStart Money February 5, 2018

Parents of current kindergarten through 4th graders, please see below to claim your free college kick start money.

 

Claim YOUR CHILD’s Nevada College Kick Start Account

To find your Kick Start ID visit: http://collegekickstart.nv.gov or call 1-888-477-2667 #4

Once you have your childs Kick Start ID visit the URL below to: Register your Account

https://www.vistashare.com/p/nv/kickstart

 

February News! January 31, 2018

January was filled with teachers spending time analyzing student achievement data, making plans to teach students at their level and providing high quality instruction.  Thanks to the hard work of our staff and parents, we are already seeing growth in the area of reading in primary grades.  Parents, please continue to use the strategies that our teachers have shared to support your students at home.  In addition, keep asking your student’s teacher for ways in which you can support learning.  We are so fortunate to have such involved families!  Our focus during February is to provide targeted instruction and keep a positive trajectory with regards to student growth.  As we near the end of February and head into March, teachers will have second trimester assessment results and grades. This data will be used to plan for instruction during the final trimester.

February 14th will be a late start day.  School will begins at 10:20 and buses will run  90 minutes later than regularly scheduled.

There will be no school the week of February 19th through the 23rd.

A huge thank you to the many parents who volunteer on a regular basis to support learning in our school.

Thanksgiving Break No School November 22, 23, 24 November 20, 2017

Our district was thoughtful in allowing a full day for travel and/or time to prepare for Thanksgiving Day.

Travel safe and enjoy quality time with family and friends!

Blue Ribbon Ceremony November 9, 2017

 

Our two teachers came back from Washington DC and provided a party for our staff!!