LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada's largest school district is in need of hundreds of crossing guards for when schools return to in-person learning next month.
KTNV-TV in Las Vegas reported Monday that the Clark County School District is trying to fill 675 school crossing guard positions to cover 430 intersections.
The district has been holding virtual learning since the school year started in August. But elementary school students will be allowed to return to campus on March 1.
According to the Nevada Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety, 41 children going to or coming from school were hit by cars during the last school year.