Orr MS Parent Newsletter

October 5, 2020

Grades will Be Posted This Week!

Teachers will be posting grades this week for Term 1, Quarter B. After this week students will have received grades equivalent to one full semester of learning. Reminder: Most middle School courses are designed to provide students with one year of learning by December 18, 2020. To check your child's progress, login to the Campus Parent Portal or contact your child's teacher. We are here to partner with you to ensure your child is on track to being promoted to high school. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns.


Anthony M. Nunez, Principal

Your Parent Representatives on the SOT

Congratulations to the following individuals for being selected as parent representatives on the Orr MS School Organizational Team!


  • Ms. Ashley Bumpus
  • Ms. Bernice Buntley
  • Ms. Clara Jones


We are looking forward to doing great work for the entire Orr MS community!

Our Student Support Team is Here for YOU!

Ms. Norton and Ms. Desmond are here to help provide you and your child with support in the following areas:

  • Resetting passwords
  • Logging into Chromebooks
  • Logging into Clever, Canvas, and Google Meet
  • Updating and changing resolution on Chromebooks


Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-8:20 a.m.



You can call them:

Ms. Desmond: 442-666-1588

Ms. Norton: 702-670-1726


You can join them on a Google Meet:

Website: meet.google.com

Meeting Code: ssteam

We are a Food Distribution Site

All Orr students qualify for free breakfast and lunch. Both can be picked up from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.

New Club!

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Orr MS is Your Community School!

We are open from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Our school website has answers to common questions. Check us out on social media to receive news and updates!

Staying Active at Home Resources for Families

Activity and game ideas to encourage students to stay active. There are ideas appropriate for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Social Emotional Learning Support for Families

Click here, then scroll down to Resources for Families, PTA Leaders, and Educators. Under the "Families" tab, there is a whole section of SEL resources. There are articles specific to elementary, middle, and high school aged students.

Programs for Parents

Here at Adult- Ed we have a lot of great and exciting programs to offer students, parents and the community. Parents of ELL students can learn English and get Rosetta Stone for free! In addition, we have HSE/GED, High School Diploma, Career Center support, Citizenship classes, and OSHA training.


Information can be found at clarkcountyadulteducation.net.

COVID-19 Resources