The Mission of the Wolfe Elementary community is to work collectively to ensure a safe, nurturing, and cooperative environment, where all children have the opportunity to achieve academically, develop socially, and grow emotionally.
School info 2018-2019
Students should not be on campus prior to 8:45 unless they are in Safekey, or in a school club/activity.
Morning Schedule 2018-2019
8:45 AM Gates open and students report directly to their classrooms upon arrival.
9:00 AM Free Breakfast for All Students
Students will receive breakfast and eat in their classrooms or other designated area with their teachers.
9:10 AM Morning Announcements
Do not enter the bus loading zone before or after school. This area is for buses only. Cars may be ticketed for stopping in this zone or passing the school buses. Do not pass through the bus line in the front parking lot as well.
Students and guests should not ride bicycles, scooters, or skateboards on the playground or through the bus loading areas. Walk bikes on and off campus.
Families and friends should wait behind the white line on the playground when picking up students after school.
Respect for our neighbors in the community is greatly appreciated. Refrain from parking in red zones. Do not block driveways.Remind students to walk on the sidewalk.
Please comply to these procedures for the safety and security of the Wolfe students and staff.
February 13 Spaghetti Dinner Night, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
February 18 Presidents' Day, No School
March 8 Movie Night, begins at 6:00pm
March 22 No School
April 12 Movie Night, begins at 6:00pm
April 15-22 No School
May 23 Last Day of School
2018 has begun and we are ready for it! As we commence a second semester of learning, I am truly happy to share with you that students and parents at this school now have access to SafeVoice.
SafeVoice offers a hotline, mobile app, and website to anonymously report threats to the safety or well-being of students. SafeVoice was established by the Nevada Department of Education and is operated in partnership with the Nevada Department of Public Safety.
Of course, our hope is that your child will talk directly to you as well as with us here at school about their concerns. However, if students wish to report anonymously, they can use SafeVoice as a way to speak up for their friends, the safety of their school, or themselves. We encourage students to take a stand against meanness and bullying and to contribute to creating a positive school climate and we think SafeVoice can help them do it. I will appreciate it if you reinforce that message.
Reports are Completely Confidential.
The reports submitted are received live 24/7/365 by trained Public Safety call takers who will gather information, engage emergency responders if necessary, and pass the report on to a team of us here at school so that we may respond, letting students know a friend cared enough about them to share a concern. We will notify you according to our school policies and if the report raises a serious concern about your student’s well-being.
Examples of concerns that can be reported using SafeVoice include, but are not limited to:
Bullying / Cyber-bullying
Violence or weapons
The SafeVoice app is available for free in the Apple or Android stores. The reporting system can also be accessed by visiting www.safevoicenv.org or calling 833-216-SAFE. You will soon be able to find many resources for Parents and Students on the website and SafeVoice will be available to students on computers at our school.
I thank you for support of your child in his or her success here at school. Together, we can accomplish great things, and SafeVoice can help.