It took a competitive selection process, hundreds of hours of rehearsal and about $700,000, but the Foothill High School Band made it to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York to perform before a national audience.
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Robert Taylor Elementary School students and staff members kicked off the school’s robotics program and celebrated their partnership with Tronox, a company that produces titanium ore and titanium dioxide, Sept. 17.
During her 40 years as an educator, Doris Reed taught in three nations and expanded the minds of hundreds of students.
When Henderson resident Esther Cothrun advocated naming an elementary school for her parents, she learned it pays to have the support of the community.
The Clark County School Board will decide next week whether to build new classrooms for the well-aged Boulder City High School or replace Rex Bell Elementary School.
Patrick Harper may remain a suspect in a murder case in the eyes of North Las Vegas police, but his Mojave High School principal is welcoming the 16-year-old back with open arms.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has been selected to serve as chairman of the National Governors Association Education and Workforce Committee.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has sent its application to have an accredited medical school, the first step in a years-long process, said Barbara Atkinson, dean of the burgeoning school.
Nevada’s state and federal lawmakers have been working to bring medical marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley to the university to conduct a pilot study on the safety and efficacy of marijuana on veterans with chronic and treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder.
Angry parents are talking about sex education or – to put it more clearly – guidelines suggested by a national group as the starting point for schools seeking a comprehensive curriculum, one the Clark County School District is considering.
The Washoe County School District has received a $973,000 federal grant for anti-violence programs, nearly a year after a deadly schoolyard shooting rampage in the Reno suburb of Sparks.
Students at Palo Verde High School were dismissed early Friday because of electrical problems, the Clark County School District said.
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Amanda Brennan, the former Foothill High School teacher sentenced to 5 years probation for kissing a 15-year-old male student, had her Nevada teaching license revoked by the State Board of Education on Thursday.
More than $54 million in pay raises are proposed for Clark County School District teachers this year, but it won’t help fill the 630 teacher vacancies leaving tens of thousands of students with permanent substitutes this school year.
The westbound onramp on the 215 Beltway near Lamb Boulevard has reopened following a school bus crash Wednesday morning.
North Las Vegas police and the U.S. Marshals Service worked together to arrest a man suspected of robbery after a prolonged barricade Tuesday afternoon that also locked down two schools.
Every kindergartner in Nevada public schools now has a college savings account with a $50 balance. The Nevada state treasurer’s office opened these 35,000 accounts and made the $1.8 million in deposits using no taxpayer money, repeating what it did last year for that kindergarten class of about the same size.
The Washoe County School Board voted Tuesday to buy out the contract of School Superintendent Pedro Martinez — for about $800,000 — to end months of legal and political wrangling sparked by his initial firing in July.
Classes are now being offered to parents of Clark County School District students, teaching them how to help their children with math homework.
Supreme court justices continued their campaign asking the public to vote yes on the initiative to establish a Nevada Court of Appeals during a panel discussion at Boyd Law School on Monday.
A drove of concerned parents descended on the Clark County School Board Monday to express their astonishment at the sex education material being considered for Clark County public schools that would expose students to a lot more a lot earlier.
Here are five questions for UNLV’s hotel college dean.