At Thiriot, our goals are to provide each child with new challenges that access background knowledge and build on prior experiences. We want to help all students learn, grow, and achieve success in a safe environment. This is our school's mission statement: At Thiriot Elementary School, we develop strong leaders and lifelong learners who make positive contributions to society through respect and responsibility.
5700 W. Harmon Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89103
8:50am - 3:21pm
7:30am - 4:00pm
8:20am - 3:31pm
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A Letter From the Principal
Dear Thiriot Families,
As we come to the end of this unprecedented school year, I would like to thank our parents and students for all of your support during the school closure and virtual learning experience. We missed you so much! I would also like to thank all of the staff for their hard work, dedication and flexibility throughout these past several months. I am truly amazed by the Thiriot Dream Team and the Thiriot community!
The end of the 2019-2020 school year was May 20, 2020. Teachers are enjoying their summer vacation and will no longer be making weekly contacts with students. Teachers, as well as CCSD, have provided summer learning activities for students to work on throughout the summer to promote students’ readiness for the upcoming school year. I would encourage all of our students to continue reading and learning throughout the summer.
If you haven’t already, please complete your child’s online registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Although our building has remained closed, the office staff and administration are continuing to work remotely until Friday, June 19th. Currently, we are scheduled to return on Wednesday, July 21st to resume our preparation for the beginning of the school year. We will continue to keep you updated on the status of the 2020-2021 school year. Have a wonderful summer break and most of all, stay safe!
Principal, Thiriot Elementary School
Registering for 2020-2021
The Clark County School District requires all parents to register their children using an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account. No student is automatically registered for the upcoming school year.
Registration for the 2020 - 2021 school year is going on now. Please go to CCSD.net for instructions on how to register your child online. If you need assistance with registration or to obtain your Campus Portal username/password, you can call the school, (702) 799-2550.
After completing the Campus Portal registration application, the school clerk will contact you to finalize your paperwork. You will need the following documents:
* Proof of residency. This can be a current utility bill (gas, power, or water bill) or a lease agreement. Telephone and cable bills will not be accepted.
* Personal identification for parent/guardian. This can be a driver's license or a picture ID.
* Birth certificates and immunization records are required for students who are new to CCSD.
From the Librarian
Are you looking for something new to read? Have you exhausted your collection of books? Well here's an opportunity for you to find and purchase some great books at great prices.
The Online Book Fair is easy to use and fun to shop. Check it out! The books ship right to your home and shipping is FREE if you spend over $25. Each purchase helps support our school library.
Keep on reading this summer and support our Online Book Fair if you can. I miss you all and hope that you are well.
Librarian, Thiriot Elementary School
Resources for Summer Learning
Clark County School District has created the Summer Connections website with resources and activities for student learning at home.
The Nevada Department of Education is providing free access to myON resources, including daily articles and thousands of books for all K-12 Nevada students through December 31, 2020. Students are encouraged to read 15 to 60 minutes daily. These are sign on instructions:
The Clark County School District is collaborating with public library districts on the Summer Challenge. Students can continue building literacy skills over the summer months by reading at least 30 minutes per day. Students can win prizes for participating. Contests run through July 31, 2020.
Our Daily Instructional Plan
The purpose of this guide is to extend students’ learning opportunities beyond the instruction facilitated by the teacher and to offer a structure for students and families for learning through distance education.
Extended Learning Activities offer students further learning opportunities and access to digital platforms with content in English language arts and mathematics to promote students’ mastery of the learning standards. Furthermore, Wellness Activities promote students’ well being during school closures.