Welcome Back Letter to Families:

To view important back to school information  for Gibson please click here.


Arrival and Dismissal Map for Families:

Please click here to view.

Family Letter - Reflection Recess:

To view the Gibson Reflection Recess letter for first through fifth grade students please click here.

CCSD Back to School Reporter:

To view CCSD back to school information please click here.

Back To School Immunization Vouchers

To view back to school immunization information please click here. Por Español haga clic aquí.

2022-2023 School Calendar for Students

To view the detailed CCSD 2022-2023 school year calendar please click here.

School Performance Plan and Strategic Budget, February 2022:  To view the James I. Gibson Elementary School Performance Plan and Strategic Budget, please click  here.

CCSD Agreement for use of Mobile Device:

Every student attending Hybrid Return must submit this form, signed by the guardian AND the student.  For access, please click here.

Accountability Report:

To view the latest published James I. Gibson Elementary School Accountability Report, please click here.

CCSD Code of Conduct:

To view the CCSD code for conduct for all K - 12 students please click here.


Click here to enjoy our daily morning announcements that are broadcast to the classrooms Monday - Thursday morning.

Helpful Tip: Bookmark the link so you can watch everyday!

Classroom Cast



CCSD Distance Learning Information:

Parents/guardians can find information about distance education, registration, food service, access to technology, Canvas, and a variety of other resources.  Just click here.

Transportation Information:

For Clark County School District transportation information please click here or call (702) 799-8100.


For Clark County School District zoning information please click here or call the Demographics, Zoning & GIS Department at (702) 799-6430.

Infinite Campus and Campus Portal:

For the Student Information System - Infinite Campus and links to Campus Portal please click here.

CCSD Newsroom:

Click here to visit CCSD Newsroom website - Your source for all Clark County School District news.

Breakfast & Lunch Menu:

Click here for the current breakfast menu

Click here for the current lunch menu

Student Registration and Forms:

Click here for information and link for enrollment

Click here for zone variance form

Click here for residential form

Information for English Language Learners:

Assembly Bill 195 (AB 195) revises provisions relating to pupils who are English learners.

Click here for more information

Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium:

English and Spanish this resources provide background information on the state assessments.

Click here for more information

Discovery Museums for All:

Nationwide access program Museums for All allows families participating in programs such as SNAP and WIC can visit the museum for the reduced admission fee of $3.00 per person (up to 4 guests)

Click here for more information

Cox Communications Connect 2 Compete Program:

Providing low-cost home Internet with WiFi for families with K-12 students and who receive government assistance.

Click here for more information

Request for Zone Variance:

Please fill this out if you are interested in requesting a zone variance.

Click here for more information

K-5 Curriculum Resources:

Document containing supplemental learning tools students and parents can use at home. Some of these tools are also used in class.

Click here for the reading list.


Check out our new informational video to help educate the community about what Medicaid is, who can qualify and how to apply!


The Title I Homeless Outreach Program for Education:

Title 1 HOPE Program of the Clark County School District works to remove barriers for students experiencing homelessness, to enroll in school and educate school personnel, parents, and unaccompanied youth of the educational options under McKinney-Vento Federal Law.


Students experiencing homelessness are those who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence, which includes the following:

  • Living with friends or relatives due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason;

  • Living in a hotel or motel due to lack of alternative accommodations;

  • Living in an emergency or transitional shelter;

  • Living in a car, park, on the street, or similar settings.



Phone Number: 702-855-6682