In partnership with the Nevada Department of Public Safety, the SafeVoice program provides students a safe place to submit tips concerning their own safety or that of others. A fully trained professional team of experts responds in an appropriate manner 24/7/365. Tips always stay anonymous. The SafeVoice reporting system can be accessed by clicking on this link: http://www.safevoicenv.org/ or calling 833-216-SAFE. District SafeVoice Coordinator is Linda Kile.
Student Enrollment Information
Minimum Age and Entrance Requirements
Kindergarten students must have attained the age of 5 years old on or before the first day of school or by September 30 (exemption for the 2022-2023 school year only).
First Grade Enrollment
First-grade students must have attained the age of 6 years old on or before the first day of school or by September 30 (exemption for the 2022-2023 school year only) and completed a minimum of 6 weeks of Kindergarten.
Demonstrate proof of completing kindergarten and promotion to first grade while being a resident of another state in compliance with the age and entrance requirements of that state. A report card from another state showing completion of Kindergarten and promotion to the first grade is required. Report cards from private schools in Nevada or other countries are not acceptable documentation for an exception to the age requirement.
Second-grade students must have attained the age of 7 years old and demonstrate proof of completing kindergarten and first grade at a public, state licensed private, state exempt private or approved home school program.
For further information as you prepare to enroll your child in the Esmeralda County School District, please contact Mary Ann Horton at 775-572-3250.
Esmeralda Conservation District - 2022 Poster Contest Winners
LOCAL ESMERALDA COUNTY WINNERS:
Kinder-1st Grade: 1st place - Tennessee Halpin-Saunders, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Armando Arias-Gonzalez, Dyer ES; 3rd place - Leslie Maxine Rains, Dyer ES.
2nd-3rd Grade: 1st place - Jesus Arias, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Thiago Leyva-Ibarra, Dyer ES; 3rd place - Vanessa Jimenez-Carrillo, Dyer ES.
4th-6th Grade: 1st place - Juan Pablo Arias, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Alyssa Torres-Romero, Dyer ES; 3rd place - Omar Arias, Dyer ES.
7th-8th Grade: 1st place - Julissa Jimenez-Carrillo, Dyer MS; 2nd place - Mya Vaughn, Goldfield MS; 3rd place - Michael Abbott, Silver Peak MS.
NEVADA STATE WINNERS FROM ESMERALDA CONSERVATION DISTRICT:
Kinder-1st Grade: 1st place - Armando Arias-Gonzales, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Tennessee Halpin-Saunders, Dyer ES.
2nd-3rd Grade: 1st place - Thiago Leyva-Ibarra, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Jesus Arias, Dyer ES.
4th-6th Grade: 1st place - Omar Arias, Dyer ES; 2nd place - Juan Arias, Dyer ES.
7th-8th Grade: 2nd place - Julissa Jimenez-Carrillo, Dyer MS; 3rd place - Mya Vaughn, Goldfield MS.
Essential Questions - Ashton Johnson
4 months ago
What traits do animals need to help them survive?
A look into predator and prey, what might we find in an owl pellet?
During our owl pellet dissection, we discussed owl anatomy and the unique digestive system owls have. We learned that because owls don’t have teeth they rely on their ventriculus, or gizzard to filter out bones, fur, and feathers that their body cannot digest. Instead, they regurgitate the leftovers which is called an owl pellet. In this discovery students made predictions on what they might find in the pellet. Proceeding the dissection students sorted bones they found into piles and made conclusions on what their owl ate. K-2 even joined in on the fun and dissected one as a class.
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