Home of the Leopards

SCHOOL

INFORMATION

Principal: 

Rigel Painter

Assistant Principals: 

Dr. Kent Sabo

Dr. Theresa Corry

School Hours

8:45 a.m. - 3:21 p.m.

School Mascot

Leopards

 

Walter V. Long STEAM Academy

2000. S. Walnut Road

Las Vegas, NV 89104

Phone: 702-799-7456

Fax: 702-799-7460

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Thank you for visiting our website. There is valuable information on this site to help students succeed in the classroom and to help answer questions for parents and members of the Las Vegas community.

OUR VISION

We will improve student academic achievement by increasing student

engagement and teacher capacity through quality learning experiences

for all students and teachers.

OUR MISSION                                                                 READ BY GRADE 3

Increase abilities for all!                                          Click HERE to learn more

                                                                                   Meet our RBG3 Strategist

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

School Performance Plan School Organizational Team 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Feb 17

Presidents’ Day - No school

Feb 26

Spring Pictures

Feb 28

Class Progress Reports

Mar 1

Music in Our Schools Month

Mar 2

Reading Week

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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STUDENT

HIGHLIGHT

Congratulations to Caesar from 4th grade. He had 100% attendance through the month of November. For his outstanding accomplishment, he was awarded a NEXT bike. From left: Caesar's mom, Mr. Painter, Caesar and Ms. Bruinsma. The bike was provided by Communities in Schools (CIS).

Way To Go!

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TEACHER

HIGHLIGHT

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All Right Reserved 2019

Website created and designed by: Jim Brooks, ECS/SBT at Walter Long STEAM Academy

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ATTENTION PARENTS...

Please click the link below to fill out the following parent survey about walking and biking to school. The school district uses this data to help create safe walking and biking programs.

Be A Walking Role Model

Children learn through experience.  Walking with parents or another caregiver is an important way for children to practice crossing real streets.  Parents, please be good examples to your children as you cross through our school parking lot. Please teach them how to do so safely.  If you must cross through the school parking lot, before or after school, please teach your children to stop, look left and right, and catch the attention of the driver before crossing.  Make sure the car has stopped for you before cutting through. Do not assume that the car will stop for you. Sometimes they may not see you. Drivers often do not expect you to walk out in front of them.