Move over guinea pigs, there’s a new class pet in town. They may not be furry or conventionally cute, but they do wiggle.
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Chaparral High School Principal Lolo James is one of five people nationwide to receive the “All In for Students” award from Communities in Schools, a dropout prevention organization.
At age 15, Oscar Ho sounds much older than his years. He says his parents help motivate him but some students don’t get that at home. “I try to show students what they can do when they apply themselves. When they get excited and do well, it’s a great feeling.”
All Clark County School Board trustees would be appointed under a proposal laid out Monday by Sen. Michael Roberson, R-Las Vegas.
As a bill revising a program to give parents state funds to educate their children in private schools was expected in the Legislature on Monday, opponents rallied outside the Legislative Building.
A bill from Sen. Majority Leader Aaron Ford that would refinance certain student loans was met with no opposition Monday during a Government Affairs Committee meeting.
The popular Gov. Kenny Guinn Millennium Scholarship program is running out of money and may not be available for Nevada high school graduates in the years to come, lawmakers were told Monday.
The days of running and playing without an agenda during recess may soon be a thing of the past.
The College of Southern Nevada will use its $36,920 STEM grant to upgrade and expand its aviation program with a training simulation laboratory at the school’s Henderson Campus.
His show, “Nevada Health,” which launched March 6 and will air on Mondays, focuses on health and wellness and will feature experts in a variety of fields.