In a Thursday night meeting, the Clark County School Board approved sending technology and custodial services budget decisions to individual schools, according to the Nevada Independent.
Under the district reorganization plan being implemented now, individual schools are given a budget that the principal and a board made up of staff and parents will decide how to spend depending on the school's needs.
The budget transfer is now one more budget decision principals will have to make.
Another motion to allow outsourcing of custodial services for some schools was not approved.
Board members cited concerns about liability, student safety and potential layoffs of current support staff.