Mark Fine Elementary School
Mr. Eugene Toyama, Principal
Ms. Amy Johnson, Assistant Principal
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Doors Open: 8:45 a.m.
Classes Begin: 9:00 a.m.
Dismissal: 3:11 p.m.
Mission & Vision
Mission - Mark Fine Elementary School lays the foundation for social and academic growth, develops personal responsibility and designs positive goals for the success of our students and their future.
Vision - We are a community of FINE citizens igniting a successful mindset for learning and inspiring FINE citizens to achieve their personal best every day, in every way.
9/14-9/23 Fall Book Fair
Students may purchase books on their library day click here for schedule.
Online purchases begin on 9/14, click here for the site.
Books may be purchased during the Family Night on 9/20 from 4:30-6:00 p.m.
10/3-10/7 Week of Respect
Monday - SPORTS DAY - "Team up against disrespect." As you wear your sports attire, remember that having good sportsmanship is a way to show respect.
Tuesday - PEACE DAY (Dress in 60's and 70's attire) - Wear clothes or accessories with peace signs, peace messages, or tie dye.
Wednesday - CRAZY HAIR DAY - Come to school with crazy hair as a reminder to help our school "get disrespect out of our hair" once and for all.
Thursday - PAJAMA DAY - Wear your PJ's to represent "Dreaming of kindness" (no slippers & follow dress code please).
Friday - "Get your BLUE on" - Wear BLUE as a reminder to be an UPSTANDER, not just a bystander (this day is District-wide).
10/14 PSTAPT - No school for students
10/28 Nevada Day - No school
11/1 Pre-Kinder and Make-Up Picture Day
Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location in which people are present. The Clark County School District (CCSD) cannot guarantee individuals will not be exposed during attendance at a CCSD event. Per state and local guidelines, individuals are strongly recommended to wear a face mask indoors, stay home when an individual is sick, and practice good hand hygiene.
La exposición al COVID-19 es un riesgo inherente en cualquier lugar público en el que haya personas presentes. El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Clark (CCSD) no puede garantizar que usted no estará expuesto durante su asistencia en un evento/sitio del CCSD. De acuerdo con las directrices estatales y locales, el uso de la mascarilla es altamente recomendado en espacios cerrados, cualquier persona enferma debe permanecer en casa y debe practicar una buena higiene de manos.