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The Clark County School District will be able to issue $400 million more in facilities bonds after gaining approval from the state’s Oversight Panel for School Facilities Wednesday.
It’s been hard to focus on the upcoming election with so much else going on in the world.
One victim of the coronavirus is a rite of passage for thousands of young Nevadans: the high school graduation ceremony.
It’s been nearly two months since Governor Steve Sisolak closed non-essential businesses to prevent further spread of th
Many of the 320,000 students in the Clark County School District rely on their schools for more than learning.
The Clark County School District was unable to contact thousands of students after schools closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Parents and guardians will now be able to pick up free meals from a Clark County School District food distribution site without having their children with them.
Like most major school districts in the country right n
The state of Nevada has canceled Kindergarten through 12th grade for all public, private and charter schools through April 6 because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Governor Steve Sisolak made the announcement, with Clark County Superintendent Jesus Jara beside him, Sunday afternoon.
As it untangles issues with its new payroll system, the Clark County School District is offering some employees interest-free loans.
Clark County School District is providing free breakfast for all CCSD students for the rest of the year.
The program started Monday.
The district says making sure every student gets breakfast should lead to better behavior in the classroom and better grades.
Tensions boiled over at a Clark County School Board meeting because of payroll issues that district staff say have not been resolved.
The Clark County School District is still on the hook for more than $125,000 in legal fees to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Clark County School District teachers won’t see some of the pay they’re owed until next month after a glitch in the district’s new payroll system.
The days of substitute teachers in the classroom meaning a free, easy day for students are over.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas educators are ramping up efforts to keep chronically absent students from playing hooky.
Teen suicide is rising in Nevada and mental health care in the state is ranked the lowest in the country.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Academic proficiency scores in Nevada were below the national average in reading and math among elementary and middle-school students, a new report said.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The former Washoe County School District superintendent who was fired this summer is up for a principal's job in Las Vegas.
The Clark County Commission is one of the most powerful governing bodies in Nevada.
And it’s overseeing some pretty big projects in the Las Vegas area.
Clark County officials plan to spend $12 million to combat chronic absenteeism and truancy in schools, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Parents are raising concerns about special education in the Clark County School District and calling for further protections for their children.
The Clark County School District is responsible for the education of 325,000 students, and each year thousands of them continue their academic career at the College of Southern Nevada.
Kids in Clark County’s public schools are in their second week of the new school year.
And it’s the second year on the job for Superintendent Jesus Jara.