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02/11/2022

And last but certainly not least, we want to recognize our Middle and High School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career!! Elko High School Spring Creek High School Battle Born Youth ChalleNGe Academy Adobe Middle School Announcements West Wendover High School

02/11/2022

As part of National School Counseling Week, today we feature ECSD's Elementary School Counselors! Join us in thanking our many School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career! Flag View Intermediate School Liberty Peak Elementary Sage Elementary School West Wendover Elementary School Parents

02/11/2022

RE: Nevada’s State-wide Mask Mandate Removed, Directive 052 Released
Dear ECSD community:
On the morning of Thursday, February 10, 2022 Governor Steve Sisolak rescinded Nevada’s mask mandate in public places. Following this decision, masks are now optional for all staff, students and visitors of Elko County School District schools and buildings effective tomorrow Friday, February 11, 2022 only if the school in which students attend and staff employ is not deemed to be experiencing an outbreak by the Department of Health and Human Services. Mask requirements remain in effect for school buses.
According to a press release from his office, teachers and schools will no longer be required to wear masks, but school districts will need to work with their local health authorities to have plans in place to manage and respond to outbreaks.
Please be advised Elko County School District’s assigned health authority is the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), who has deemed five schools in our District to be currently experiencing outbreaks. Directive 052 states:
Regardless of a county school district, charter school or private school’s policy, if an outbreak of COVID-19 is identified by a local health authority, masks and other mitigation measures may be required for all students and staff and must be immediately implemented at the direction of the local health authority. The mask requirement and any other mitigation measures will be in effect until the local health authority determines the outbreak is closed.
Our administrative office at ECSD expects to receive updated direction very soon from DHHS that we hope reflects our state’s mask guidelines as they now apply in all public places. Students continue to have the option to wear face coverings inside District buildings if they elect to do so, and will be fully supported in their decision by District staff.
In addition to today’s announcement from the Governor, I would also like to share the mandatory testing of NIAA athletes and those leaving the county will end as of February 27, 2022.
We will continue to communicate the guidance as it applies to ECSD as the situation develops. Thank you so much for your support of our schools, students and staff as we continue to adapt to these ongoing changes. Interim Superintendent
Clayton Anderson

02/09/2022
National School Counseling Week Combined Schools

This week is National School Counseling Week!
Today we feature ECSD's Combined School Counselors!
Join us in thanking our many School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career! Jackpot Combined School Wells Combined Schools Owyhee Combined School Carlin Combined

Photographed are Owyhee Combined School students, participating in a new environmental education program, "One Habitat” ...
01/28/2022

Photographed are Owyhee Combined School students, participating in a new environmental education program, "One Habitat” (Sumu’yoo Tüpippüh) launched and facilitated by the TerraGraphics International Foundation. The program is one of several projects funded through an Environmental Protection Agency $14.1 million grant which aims to address disproportionate environmental or public health harms and risks in underserved communities.

With support from an EPA Environmental Justice grant, TerraGraphics International Foundation is working with the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation to launch “One Habitat” (Sumu’yoo Tüpippüh), an environmental education program at Owyhee Combined School. “One Habitat” aims to increase students’ environmental science competency, grow the number of students pursuing environmental science/STEM education and jobs, and improve the riparian ecosystem on the reservation. Read more: https://bit.ly/3H957Hl

It's Western Week at Sage Elementary!  Students are participating in Poetry Around the Campfire.  Pictured are students ...
01/27/2022

It's Western Week at Sage Elementary! Students are participating in Poetry Around the Campfire. Pictured are students reciting poetry written in class. The 5th grade students are helping the kinder students recite their poetry.

Well done, Zander Heit, SCHS Business Management student!
01/25/2022

Well done, Zander Heit, SCHS Business Management student!

 A standing ovation was in order for West Wendover High School drama students who performed "Complaint Department and Le...
01/20/2022


A standing ovation was in order for West Wendover High School drama students who performed "Complaint Department and Lemonade" earlier this month. Drama is taught and led by WWHS teacher Tyler Barker.
Bottom: Kylie Hansen
Top left to right: Jared Moss, Kayle Richards, Carson Morris, TaBitha Laybourn, Karina Kleinschmidt
Not pictured (unable to perform but part of the class): Ryan Evans.

Congratulations to the District finalists for the Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest —Gabriella McAnany (1st p...
01/14/2022

Congratulations to the District finalists for the Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest —Gabriella McAnany (1st place- left), Dalyla Gaytan (2nd place-middle), and Kara Nicola (3rd place- right). McAnany will compete in the state competition to represent Nevada at the 2022 Poetry Out Loud National Finals. Poetry Out Loud is brought to Nevada by the Nevada Arts Council and supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation. POL encourages the study of great poetry by offering free educational materials and a dynamic recitation competition to high schools across the nation. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary life.

Carlin High School CTE students have been practicing their skills in foods and nutrition and metal art!
01/07/2022

Carlin High School CTE students have been practicing their skills in foods and nutrition and metal art!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Phone lines are currently down at Northside Elementary School. For immediate assistance, please contact El...
01/05/2022
Our Staff - Northside Elementary School

ANNOUNCEMENT: Phone lines are currently down at Northside Elementary School. For immediate assistance, please contact Elko County School District's Central Office at 775-738-5196. Internet is still working, and email communications to school staff is recommended at this time. For a list of emails for staff members, please visit: https://northside.ecsdnv.net/Our-Staff

Welcome to Northside Elementary School, home of the Mustangs! We are part of the Elko County School District in the great state of Nevada. We serve approximately 325 students in prekindergarten through fourth grades, preparing our children for a lifelong love of learning.

At this time, no changes apply to school settings.ECSD staff is actively working with the state health department regard...
01/03/2022
News - Elko County School District on CDC Updates

At this time, no changes apply to school settings.
ECSD staff is actively working with the state health department regarding how the updated guidance impacts and applies to school settings. Once we receive this guidance, ECSD will provide more information to the ECSD community.

Welcome to the Elko County School District, the third largest school district in Nevada. Together, the 19 schools that comprise our district provide a safe, empowering learning environment for prekindergarten through twelfth-grade students in Elko, Nevada.

Elko County School Board appointed Clayton "C.J." Anderson Interim Superintendent of Elko County School District at Tues...
12/17/2021
News - Elko County School Board Names New Interim Superintendent

Elko County School Board appointed Clayton "C.J." Anderson Interim Superintendent of Elko County School District at Tuesday's board meeting.

Welcome to the Elko County School District, the third largest school district in Nevada. Together, the 19 schools that comprise our district provide a safe, empowering learning environment for prekindergarten through twelfth-grade students in Elko, Nevada.

"I encourage those who care deeply about ECSD to continue to support and engage in the happenings of ECSD."
12/15/2021
News - Bond Election Results

"I encourage those who care deeply about ECSD to continue to support and engage in the happenings of ECSD."

Welcome to the Elko County School District, the third largest school district in Nevada. Together, the 19 schools that comprise our district provide a safe, empowering learning environment for prekindergarten through twelfth-grade students in Elko, Nevada.

12/14/2021

12/14/2021 ANNOUNCEMENT:
Local law enforcement has been made aware of a TIK TOK challenge using gun violence at schools. As of today, Elko County schools have not reported this TIK TOK challenge to be taking place at their site locations, nor have any students or parents reported it to law enforcement. According to the Elko County Sheriff’s Office, ECSO staff will continue to closely monitor the various TIK TOK challenges, and will follow up on any report of a threat in the future.
ECSD School Resource Officers as well as local law enforcement will continue to be at schools throughout the day, and will be on alert for any of these threats. If you know of any threats, please reach out to a School Resource Officer, the Elko County Sheriff’s Office or the Elko Police Department.

Dear Parents and Guardians,The Nevada Department of Education is currently determining how federal funds can be used to ...
12/13/2021

Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Nevada Department of Education is currently determining how federal funds can be used to increase student access to advanced courses, especially in rural areas. NDE is looking for your valuable feedback on the type of advanced coursework and/or career and technical education that you would like to see available in your school. Please take this brief, 10-question online survey to let them know what type of courses you would like to see available.

Please access the survey at the link below. Your individual responses will be kept confidential and will only be viewed by the external research team conducting the survey. Response to the survey is entirely voluntary and very appreciated.
English Language version survey:

https://live.datstathost.com/AIR-Collector/Survey.ashx?Name=NV_DOE_CTE_Survey

Spanish Language version survey:

https://live.datstathost.com/AIR-Collector/Survey.ashx?Name=NV_DOE_CTE_SPSurvey

Because you asked: Can you explain why citizens' taxes will not decrease if the question is approved or defeated?
12/09/2021

Because you asked: Can you explain why citizens' taxes will not decrease if the question is approved or defeated?

The school district continues to approve a 5-year capital improvement plan in conjunction with the annual budget in the ...
11/29/2021

The school district continues to approve a 5-year capital improvement plan in conjunction with the annual budget in the spring of every year. The development and prioritization of this plan are discussed openly at school board meetings every spring and used in the development of our annual budgets and development for the school district’s annual debt management plan. For more FAQs, visit: https://www.ecsdnv.net/Information-for-the-Community:-Bond-Question

Checkout what's happening in CTE!
11/22/2021

Checkout what's happening in CTE!

Today we are celebrating Jackie Zeiber, ECSD School Psych. Ms. Zeiber is assigned to work with students at Spring Creek ...
11/12/2021

Today we are celebrating Jackie Zeiber, ECSD School Psych. Ms. Zeiber is assigned to work with students at Spring Creek Elementary, Mountain View Elementary School and Spring Creek Middle School. From everyone at ECSD and the schools you serve, thank you for everything you do!

Today we are celebrating Hans Gaul, ECSD School Psychologist. Mr. Gaul is assigned to work with students at Owyhee Combi...
11/12/2021

Today we are celebrating Hans Gaul, ECSD School Psychologist.
Mr. Gaul is assigned to work with students at Owyhee Combine Schools and Elko High School. From everyone at ECSD and the schools you serve, thank you for everything you do!

School Psychs Strengthen Family-School Partnerships by:
Helping families understand their child's learning and mental health needs;
Assisting in navigating special education processes;
Connecting families with community service providers when necessary;
Helping effectively engage families with teachers and other school staff;
Enhancing staff understanding and responsiveness to diverse cultures and backgrounds; and
Helping students transition between school and community learning environments, such as residential treatment or juvenile justice programs.

Today we are celebrating Hayley Schumacher, ECSD School Psychologist. Ms. Schumacher  is assigned to work with students ...
11/11/2021

Today we are celebrating Hayley Schumacher, ECSD School Psychologist.
Ms. Schumacher is assigned to work with students at Southside Elementary, Northside Elementary and Adobe Middle School. From everyone at ECSD and the schools you serve, thank you for everything you do!

School Psychs Create Safe, Positive School Climates by:
Preventing bullying and other forms of violence;
Supporting social-emotional learning;
Assessing school climate and improve school connectedness;
Implementing and promoting positive discipline and restorative justice;
Implementing school-wide positive behavioral supports;
Identifying at risk students and school vulnerabilities; and
Providing crisis prevention and intervention services.

Address

850 Elm Street
Elko, NV
89801

General information

M-F 7:00am - 4:00pm

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 4pm
Tuesday 7am - 4pm
Wednesday 7am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 7am - 4pm

Telephone

(775) 738-5196

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And last but certainly not least, we want to recognize our Middle and High School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career!! Elko High School Spring Creek High School Battle Born Youth ChalleNGe Academy Adobe Middle School Announcements West Wendover High School
As part of National School Counseling Week, today we feature ECSD's Elementary School Counselors! Join us in thanking our many School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career! Flag View Intermediate School Liberty Peak Elementary Sage Elementary School West Wendover Elementary School Parents
RE: Nevada’s State-wide Mask Mandate Removed, Directive 052 Released
Dear ECSD community:
On the morning of Thursday, February 10, 2022 Governor Steve Sisolak rescinded Nevada’s mask mandate in public places. Following this decision, masks are now optional for all staff, students and visitors of Elko County School District schools and buildings effective tomorrow Friday, February 11, 2022 only if the school in which students attend and staff employ is not deemed to be experiencing an outbreak by the Department of Health and Human Services. Mask requirements remain in effect for school buses.
According to a press release from his office, teachers and schools will no longer be required to wear masks, but school districts will need to work with their local health authorities to have plans in place to manage and respond to outbreaks.
Please be advised Elko County School District’s assigned health authority is the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), who has deemed five schools in our District to be currently experiencing outbreaks. Directive 052 states:
Regardless of a county school district, charter school or private school’s policy, if an outbreak of COVID-19 is identified by a local health authority, masks and other mitigation measures may be required for all students and staff and must be immediately implemented at the direction of the local health authority. The mask requirement and any other mitigation measures will be in effect until the local health authority determines the outbreak is closed.
Our administrative office at ECSD expects to receive updated direction very soon from DHHS that we hope reflects our state’s mask guidelines as they now apply in all public places. Students continue to have the option to wear face coverings inside District buildings if they elect to do so, and will be fully supported in their decision by District staff.
In addition to today’s announcement from the Governor, I would also like to share the mandatory testing of NIAA athletes and those leaving the county will end as of February 27, 2022.
We will continue to communicate the guidance as it applies to ECSD as the situation develops. Thank you so much for your support of our schools, students and staff as we continue to adapt to these ongoing changes. Interim Superintendent
Clayton Anderson
This week is National School Counseling Week!
Today we feature ECSD's Combined School Counselors!
Join us in thanking our many School Counselors who work hard to help our students achieve school success and plan for a career! Jackpot Combined School Wells Combined Schools Owyhee Combined School Carlin Combined
Photographed are Owyhee Combined School students, participating in a new environmental education program, "One Habitat” (Sumu’yoo Tüpippüh) launched and facilitated by the TerraGraphics International Foundation. The program is one of several projects funded through an Environmental Protection Agency $14.1 million grant which aims to address disproportionate environmental or public health harms and risks in underserved communities.
It's Western Week at Sage Elementary! Students are participating in Poetry Around the Campfire. Pictured are students reciting poetry written in class. The 5th grade students are helping the kinder students recite their poetry.
Well done, Zander Heit, SCHS Business Management student!

A standing ovation was in order for West Wendover High School drama students who performed "Complaint Department and Lemonade" earlier this month. Drama is taught and led by WWHS teacher Tyler Barker.
Bottom: Kylie Hansen
Top left to right: Jared Moss, Kayle Richards, Carson Morris, TaBitha Laybourn, Karina Kleinschmidt
Not pictured (unable to perform but part of the class): Ryan Evans.
Congratulations to the District finalists for the Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest —Gabriella McAnany (1st place- left), Dalyla Gaytan (2nd place-middle), and Kara Nicola (3rd place- right). McAnany will compete in the state competition to represent Nevada at the 2022 Poetry Out Loud National Finals. Poetry Out Loud is brought to Nevada by the Nevada Arts Council and supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation. POL encourages the study of great poetry by offering free educational materials and a dynamic recitation competition to high schools across the nation. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary life.
Carlin High School CTE students have been practicing their skills in foods and nutrition and metal art!
ANNOUNCEMENT: Phone lines are currently down at Northside Elementary School. For immediate assistance, please contact Elko County School District's Central Office at 775-738-5196. Internet is still working, and email communications to school staff is recommended at this time. For a list of emails for staff members, please visit: https://northside.ecsdnv.net/Our-Staff
At this time, no changes apply to school settings.
ECSD staff is actively working with the state health department regarding how the updated guidance impacts and applies to school settings. Once we receive this guidance, ECSD will provide more information to the ECSD community.
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