The Clark County School District is ordering “essential” employees back to campuses this month, according to a memo sent by the district late Friday.
Small groups of Clark County School District students could be back on campuses as soon as late February, Superintendent Jesus Jara said Friday.
Cashman Center in Las Vegas will open Friday to those who were able to make appointments on the Southern Nevada Health District’s website before it crashed.
Faith Lutheran, a private school in Las Vegas, welcomed most of its students back to campus full time last week.
The Clark County School Board took two steps toward reopening school buildings, giving principals the ability to bring small groups of students back to campuses on a voluntary basis as well as approving an agreement with its teachers union aimed at a broader future reopening.
Henderson police have released the name of the officer who shot a burglary suspect Monday night.
The board is expected to decide Thursday whether to allow small groups of students to return to the classroom after 10 months of distance learning.
Amazon asked a federal judge to deny a request by Parler, a Henderson-based social media platform, to reinstate its account after it was ousted from web-hosting services.
Clark County School District students received more failing grades during the fall semester of distance learning than in previous school years, according to district data.
The School Board on Thursday will consider opening schools to small groups of kindergartners through third graders for “voluntary academic and socio-emotional intervention.”
Policy requiring schools to maintain effective libraries has the potential to improve lagging literacy rates, but critics say it runs afoul of the 2017 reorganization of the district.
Some Clark County School District parents wonder if it’s worth transitioning to in-person classes late in the school year. Others want students in class as soon as possible.
A Henderson-based social media company known for being a haven for the internet’s far right faces an unclear future after tech giants Google, Apple and Amazon pulled the plug on the platform.
Students in first through 12th grades in Southern Nevada can be nominated by April 9. Winners will be announced May 26 during a virtual awards show and in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The problem with Google Meet, the service used for live classes throughout the district, marked the third time this week that online classes have experienced technical issues.