Students participated in the Derfelt Back-to-School event on Wednesday at Defelt Senior Center at 3343 W. Washington Ave.
The two meetings will address the concerns of students and families affected by the July 5 explosion that badly damaged two residential halls.
In 2016, accidents like suffocation or drowning were the leading cause of unnatural child deaths in Nevada.
A former Clark County substitute teacher faces seven counts of lewdness with a child under the age of 14. Steven Michael Cochran, 72, is on house arrest and has pleaded not guilty.
A new option known as corequisite classes will roll out at UNLV this year to help meet the NSHE goal of completely replacing traditional stand-alone remedial classes by 2021.
The goal, school leaders say, is to keep all middle and high school deans while equally distributing the financial burden across all the schools.
A court appointed receiver has asked a judge to OK the sale of The Art Institute of Las Vegas to a group of professors who have been negotiating to buy it since January.
A District Court judge in Las Vegas granted a temporary restraining order Wednesday requested by the administrators union.
The move, approved unanimously by the Clark County School Board early this year, is no longer on the table for Delta Academy and the 100 Academy of Excellence.