Office of the Superintendent
Jhone M. Ebert, Superintendent of Public Instruction
Phone: 775.687.9217 Email: email@example.com
About Our Executive Team
The Office of the Superintendent works to direct and develop policy which will implement standards, programs, and assessments that prepare all students for college and careers; facilitate high-impact instruction and leadership through measurement and support of educator effectiveness and family engagement; evaluate and publicize school, district, and state performance and assign awards, technical assistance and interventions; and continually improve Departmental leadership and collaboration with all stakeholders.
Michael Haddad, Public Information Officer
Phone: 702.668.4304 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Communications Team responds to media inquiries and public record requests while managing the Department's website, social media activities, and public relations.
Have a question about the Department? You can email:
State Board of Education
The Nevada State Board of Education acts as an advocate and visionary for all children and sets the policy that allows every child equal access to educational services, provides the vision for a premier educational system, and works in partnership with other stakeholders to ensure high levels of success for all in terms of job readiness, graduation, ability to be lifelong learners, problem solvers, citizens able to adapt to a changing world ,and contributing members of society.
Questions about the Board and public comment may be directed to:
Student Investment Division
Heidi Haartz, Deputy Superintendent
Phone: 775.687.9102 Email: email@example.com
Office of Department Support Services
Celeste Arnold, Administrative Services Officer III
Phone: 775.687.9163 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Department Support Services provides budgetary, contractual,
fiscal, and IT support to the Nevada Department of Education to ensure
efficient and effective use of public funds.
Office of District Support Services
Administrative Services Officer III
Phone: 775.687.9234 Email: email@example.com
The Office of District Support Services includes the Audit Unit and Grants
Management Unit. These units manage the administration of grants, the monthly
payments to schools, and certain federal and financial reporting requirements.
Office of Pupil-Centered Funding
James Kirkpatrick, State Education Funding Manager
This office manages the State Education fund and the Pupil-Centered Funding Plan, to include strategic funding and related analytical support.
Office of Division Compliance
Amelia Thibault, Management Analyst III
Phone: 775.687.2451 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This office manages reporting functions such as school calendars, average daily enrolment, class size reduction, financial risk assessments, and subrecipient monitoring, in addition to initiatives to support financial transparency and compliance with state and federal regulations.
EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT DIVISION
Jessica Todtman, Deputy Superintendent
Phone: 702.668.4318 Email: email@example.com
Career Readiness, Adult Learning, and Education Options
Craig Statucki, Director
Phone: 775.687.7283 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Career Readiness, Adult Learning, and Education Options is dedicated to developing innovative educational opportunities for students to acquire skills for productive employment and lifelong learning. Their programs and supports include Career and Technical Education, LifeWorks, Adult Education, Alternative Education, including Distance Education and Homeschooling, Career Guidance, and Perkins V & Accountability.
Educator Development, Licensure, and Family Engagement
Jeff Briske, Director
Phone: 702.668.4328 Email: email@example.com
The Office of Educator Development, Licensure, and Family Engagement (EdLiFE) works to provide top-quality services to effectively and efficiently evaluate educator license applications; support, evaluate, and uplift educator development with programs such as the Nevada Educator Performance Framework, the Great Teaching and Leading Fund, Title II-A, and the Teacher of the Year Program; and provide resources and support for increased parental involvement and family engagement.
Do you have a question about licensure or educator preparedness and professional development? You can email:
Safe and Respectful Learning Environment
Christy McGill, Director
Phone: 775.687.9168 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment works to ensure that every student in Nevada, regardless of any differing characteristic or interest feels fully protected physically, emotionally, and socially. Their programs and supports include SafeVoice; Social-Emotional Learning & Social, Emotional, and Academic Development; Multi-Tiered Systems of Support; School Discipline and Restorative Practices; School Crisis and Emergency Operations Plans; Pupil Transportation; Chronic Absenteeism; and supports for School Counselors.
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION
Dr. Jonathan P. Moore, Deputy Superintendent
Phone: 702.486.5305 Email: email@example.com
Assessment, Data, and Accountability Management
Peter Zutz, Administrator
Phone: 775.687.9166 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Assessment, Data, and Accountability Management (ADAM) informs the evaluations of effectiveness for schools, districts, and state and federal improvement programs, and provides the data and information to inform the improvement of systems of support aligned to the goals and objectives of the State Improvement Plan by assuring the validity, reliability, and transparency of all processes related to the collection, management, and production of data related to state-required assessments and the statewide system of accountability. Accountability programs include the Nevada School Performance Framework; the Nevada Report Card; and the Nevada Growth Model. Assessments include the Measures of Academic Progress, Smarter Balanced Assessment, the ACT, End of Course exams, and WIDA. ADAM also supports a number of data reports and responds to data requests.
Questions about assessments, data, or accountability management? You can email:
Early Learning & Development
Patricia Oya, Director
Phone: 702.486.6492 Email: email@example.com
The Office of Early Learning and Development works to increase access and improve quality of early childhood programs by administering state and federal funding for programs such as the Nevada Ready! State Pre-K, Head Start State Collaboration Office, and Child Care and Development Funds – Quality Initiatives.
you have a question regarding early childhood Birth through 3rd
grade, please email OELD@doe.nv.gov
Julie Bowers, Director
Phone: 775.687.9146 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Inclusive Education (OIE) supports Special Education, including providing oversight of federal and state mandated regulations, such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and dispute resolutions; and providing resources for topics such as early childhood special education, autism, and dyslexia. OIE also supports Indian Education and Gifted and Talented Education.
Standards and Instructional Support
Dave Brancamp, Director
Phone: 775.687.5930 Email: email@example.com
The Office of Standards and Instructional Support monitors and supports the Nevada Academic Content Standards; literacy programs such as Read by Grade 3, Nevada Reading Week, and the Seal of Biliteracy; the Nevada Digital Learning Collaborative; dual credit; instructional materials; and competency-based education programs.
Student and School Supports
Gabby Lamarre, Director
Phone: 702.668.4309 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Student and School Supports administers and supports programs to enrich and improve opportunities for students, including Title I and Title IVA; supports for English learners, including Zoom schools; supports for migrant students, students experiencing homelessness (McKinney-Vento), and students in foster care; Victory schools; Turnaround grants and School Improvement, to include targeted support and improvement and comprehensive support and improvement programs; 21st Century Community Learning Centers; the GEAR UP program; Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs; and private school supports and the Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship.