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The Clark County School District has three new school board trustees, following Monday’s swearing-in ceremony.
Lisa Guzman, Katie Williams and Evelyn Garcia-Morales joined incumbent Lola Brooks, in taking their oaths of office.
The Clark County School Board approved an only-online start to schools this fall.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada's Clark County School District has received approval from the state Department of Education to delay the start of the school year until Aug. 24.
Last night, the Clark County School Board discussed the district's plan to partially reopen schools for the upcoming academic year.
In its current form, the plan involves a blend of in-person and distance learning across three categories of students.
Trustees of the Clark County School District last night announced a three-year labor agreement with the Clark County Education Association.
The Clark County School Board approved two hires requested by the new superintendent at his first meeting Thursday night, despite concerns raised by some trustees.
The Clark County School District board of trustees will consider leaving the energy grid at their meeting this week.
If they move forward, it would become the first major public entity to leave NV Energy.
The Clark County School Board must find another $22.5 million to cut from the district's budget.
In an announcement Wednesday, the district blamed some of the additional shortfall on rising charter-school enrollment.
The Clark County School Board says District officials should have told members sooner about an issue with the budget.
Name: Patrice Tew
Name: Lola Brooks
Name: Deanna Wright
Name: Richard Vaughn
The Clark County School Board’s seven trustees won’t have as much power under the district’s tentative reorganization plan.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Clark County School Board President Linda Young will not be on November’s general election ballot.
The Clark County School Board president surprised West Las Vegas residents when she said failing air conditioning systems are just a thing older schools have to deal with.
Pat Skorkowsky is staying on as the head of Clark County Schools for at least another two years.