Home of the Leopards
Dr. Kent Sabo
Dr. Theresa Corry
8:45 a.m. - 3:21 p.m.
Walter V. Long STEAM Academy
2000. S. Walnut Road
Las Vegas, NV 89104
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.
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
Governor Sisolak Has Ordered That All CCSD Schools Will Close Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 Due To The Coronavirus (Covid-19) And Will Remain Closed Until at least April 13, 2020. This Includes All Students At Walter V. Long Steam Academy.
Way To Go!
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).
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Website created and designed by: Jim Brooks, ECS/SBT at Walter Long STEAM Academy
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.
Bikes and Scooters
Walter Long Elementary encourages riding your bikes and scooters to school. Riding bikes to school is good exercise and fun. It also helps the environment by not putting out pollutants into the air when riding in a car. However, we would like to remind our bike riding and scooter riding students of one specific school rule that we have when it comes to riding bikes and scooters. The rule is this: Scooters and bikes must be walked while on school property. This rule can be found on page 8 of our 2019/2020 Staff/Teacher Handbook. This is a safety rule. Please follow this rule while on school property to protect all others who are walking to and from school.