All teachers are required to follow the school-wide academic policies. To assist students and families, the school-wide academic policies are listed here.
Mannion Middle School utilizes a school-wide Citizenship Rubric that tracks both academic work habits and classroom behaviors. The citizenship rubric resets each quarter. Citizenship is determined by the lowest common denominator of the four categories – Outstanding, Satisfactory, Needs Improvement, Unsatisfactory.
All students entering Grade 7 Nevada are required by the State Board of Health to receive the meningococcal vaccine, as well as the vaccines for tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap). Students may not be permitted to attend school without these vaccinations documented or with approved exemption.
Mannion Middle School does not permit student deliveries during instructional time. Only academic items critical to the day’s instruction will be accepted for delivery. Lunches may also be dropped off for students, but parents are not permitted to join their children for lunch in the cafeteria.
Student safety is a priority at Mannion Middle School. Immediate and contemporary information regarding student safety will be shared through Parentlink, so please make sure your e-mail address is updated in Infinite Campus. For parents without an e-mail address, student safety information will also be shared on the school’s website under “Recent News.”
The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement. There are a number of ways you can be an active partner with Mannion Middle School, outlined in the CCSD document available (in both English and Spanish) below:
Most concerns can be solved informally with communication and input from the parent, teacher, and/or principal. CCSD strongly encourages this method of resolution, but when a resolution cannot be effectively achieved informally, a Public Concern Form may be submitted to the district.
The Clark County Board of School Trustees is a dedicated group of community leaders who are elected to overlapping four-year terms and represent a specific geographic region of Clark County. Meet Mannion Middle School’s CCSD Trustee, Lisa Guzman.
Assembly Bill 195 (AB 195) revises provisions relating to pupils who are English language learners (ELLs). Approved by Governor Steve Sisolak on June 2, 2021, AB 195 extends the rights of ELL pupils and parental rights. For more information, please use the button below to view copies of the rights described in AB 195 in a variety of languages:
Mannion Middle School places a high priority on protecting the safety of our students and employees. This letter will inform you of how you and your child can stay safe in an emergency:
CCSD Regulation 4100, Relationships, Interactions, and Communications Between District Employees/Representatives and Students, requires that CCSD employees and representatives who engage in electronic communications with students must provide information about responsible digital citizenship. These resources are available here.
The City of Henderson provides a list of resources available to Henderson residents. While the City of Henderson does not endorse any organization or individual, these resources posted on the city’s website can assist families in a variety of ways.