Parents will be asked to provide either the student’s ID card, or the student’s name, identification number, school site and grade level, the district said Thursday.
North Las Vegas City Council plans to use teleconferencing. Henderson plans to use video. Las Vegas and Clark County are determining how best to do the same.
The Clark County firefighters’ exposure happened during a medical call involving a patient who has since been tested for COVID-19.
On Wednesday, the district clarified that it is still doing some testing but is “asking health care providers to send their specimens to private laboratories for testing.”
Health authorities on Friday announced eight new positive tests for COVID-19 in Clark County and one in Northern Nevada, bringing the state total of coronavirus cases to 20.
Clark County schools is immediately suspending all athletic events, assemblies and extra-curricular events until further notice over coronavirus fears, the district said Thursday.
Four teachers and one administrator who traveled to Seattle last week will not return to their school for two weeks as a precaution related to coronavirus, the district said.
In Clark County, no one would say whether the child of a man who tested positive for the virus was a public or charter school student. In Northern Nevada, things were different.
The Clark County School District will offer interest-free loans to some employees who have been affected by the payroll issues that have plagued the district since early January.
Eleven people died of the flu in Clark County during the last week in January, bringing the seasonal total to 24, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.