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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
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We will improve student academic achievement by increasing student
engagement and teacher capacity through quality learning experiences
for all students and teachers.
Increase abilities for all!
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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.
Walter Long Elementary School’s Safe Routes to School Action Plan
This year, Walter Long Elementary School has been working to encourage safe walking and biking to and from school. We know that walking and biking to school encourages physical activity, reduces traffic congestion and motor vehicle emissions, and improves safety for our students, families and staff. This year, our action plan included the following activities:
Encouraged walking to school on International Walk To School Day
10 Week Trekking Tuesday Program, with incentives for walking to school each Tuesday
Posted Safety Signs each morning at our Drop-Off/Kiss and Go Lane
Bike Survey given to each classroom to see how many students in our community have bikes
Nevada Moves Day activities to encourage students to walk and bike to school
Walking School Bus
This action plan is tailored to meet the needs of our school and students. We are grateful for the support we receive from the CCSD Safe Routes to School Partnership Program. Thank you also to students and parents who not only follow safety rules when walking to and from school, but who also support our walking and biking programs.