Clark County School District Trustee Kevin Child challenged the district’s investigation into his alleged inappropriate behavior on a local talk show on Saturday, arguing that it was based on anonymous complaints.
The school district and fellow trustees face an odd dilemma in addressing behavioral issues with Trustee Kevin Child, one of the district’s top seven bosses.
A fraternity chapter at the University of Nevada, Reno where an 18-year-old pledge died in October is appealing its a 15-year suspension.
Nevada elementary schools with kindergarten or pre-kindergarten programs can have their water tested for lead thanks to a grant from the federal government.
Officials with a Clark County School District support employees union continue to face criticism while they await a state Supreme Court decision on whether the association will be replaced.
J. Russell Raker III, a “master collaborator” and a “bridge builder” who served as the associate vice president for Office of Institutional Advancement at Nevada State College, died unexpectedly Dec. 21. He was 75.
Nilan Nasri was just 18 months old when his pediatrician noticed something special. Inspired, his parents later founded the Nasri Academy for Gifted Children in Henderson, a school that Nasri touts as the first independent, gifted elementary school in Nevada.
Gene Moehring, who has taught history at UNLV since 1976, retires Dec. 31. “He, more than anyone else, made this place a ground for a legitimate study. We know a lot more about our past and present because of him,” said colleague and former student Michael Green.
Angie Sullivan, a second-grade teacher at Stanford Elementary, was so dismayed by Kevin Child’s behavior at a meeting in July that she immediately created an online petition calling for his resignation.
A Clark County School District investigation of Trustee Kevin Child said he created a hostile and intimidating work environment, held impromptu “suicide counseling sessions” with young children when he visited schools, and caused anxiety among female employees, according to a memo obtained Friday by the Review-Journal.