Dear Conners Families:
My name is Steve Piccininni and I am proud to be the principal of Eileen Conners Elementary School. On behalf of the entire staff, I would like to welcome you to our website.
The mission of Eileen Conners Elementary is to engage our students in a challenging, respectful, positive environment that promotes successful, well-rounded life long learners. As a faculty and staff, it is our belief that the academic and social success of every student is our top priority.
The entire staff is committed to ensuring that your child has an instructional day that is focused on reading, writing, and solving math/science problems; a classroom environment that is nurturing, supportive and appropriate; and that all of your child's academic and social growth is recognized and celebrated.
As the first teacher your child had in life, you have had a tremendous impact on your child's education. You can continue to show support for learning by showing your child the importance of school and education. As partners in your child's education we are asking you to make a commitment to do these four things:
Meet with your child's teacher frequently.
Spend time with your child reading and writing. Model your love of reading and writing.
Encourage effort. The practice of working hard builds study skills at each level of elementary school.
Celebrate your child's achievements and experiences in learning.
If we work together and support each other, all children will experience both social and academic success. We, as a faculty and staff, look forward to working closely with you to ensure your child has a wonderful year. If I can assist you in any way, please feel free to call the school at 799-1402.
Yours in Education,
Motto: “Honesty, Honor and Respect for Others”
Mascot: The Eagle
School Colors: Red, White and Blue
Eileen Conners was a Clark County School District educator for thirty three years. Mrs. Conners was born in Veteran, Wyoming in 1924. She moved to Boulder City in 1931 at the age of seven years old, when her father moved the family to work on the construction of Hoover Dam.