Office Hours: 7:30AM- 4:00PM | Student School Day 9:00AM-3:16PM
Principal: David Copenbarger email@example.com Main Phone: 702-799-8990
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Hello Hinman Huskies,
Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year. I am excited to be the new principal at Hinman Elementary. I am honored to work with such a dedicated staff. I look forward to ensuring that all students are exposed to a challenging and enriching curriculum that will focus on continual growth, both academically and emotionally. I value my role as principal and will strive to build positive relationships with staff, students, and our community. I will honor the Hinman traditions and look forward to building new traditions for students and our community.
I have worked in CCSD for the last 22 years as a teacher, mentor, and administrator. I began my career in 1997 as a 4th grade elementary teacher at Whitney Elementary. In 2003, I began my administrative career as Dean of Students at Greenspun Junior High. Throughout my career, I have had the pleasure of working with elementary and middle school students. I believe we all need to maintain a healthy balance with work and family time. I often visit my family in Southern California to enjoy time with them and go to my favorite surfing spot in Newport Beach. All of my kids have successfully graduated from CCSD schools and I am proud to continue my role as principal within CCSD where I can continue to positively impact students and families.
Raiders Junior Camp Comes to Hinman
On September 22nd, Hinman Elementary hosted the Raiders Junior Camp on our campus. The students got to participate in a rigerous series of trainings and drills including passing, catching, tackles and running. Four of the Raider Junior Camp coaches came out to show the students how the professionals train for NFL and encourage them to do their best everyday. The students were excited. The staff was excited. And even some of the parents and spectators in the park next door were excited.
We would like to formally thank the staff from the Raiders Junior Camp as well as the Raiders organization for making this momentous day a reality for many of our Himan Huskies!
Edna F. Hinman Elementary Vision
We are committed to providing collaborative learning, embracing diversity, and maximizing the potential of each individual to prepare our students for college and career readiness.
At Hinman, College is not just a dream...it is our plan.
ANTI-RACISM, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION: POLICY 5139
The Clark County School District (District) rejects all forms of racism. This policy ensures that incidents of discrimination based on race are prohibited. The District encourages all employees, students, and parents/guardians to reflect upon and take appropriate action when they are aware of racially motivated incidents, racial discrimination, and racial aggression. The importance of this policy acknowledges the negative impact experienced by individuals, the District, and society as a result of racial discrimination and racism.
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