Since 1956, growth has been a constant in the Clark County School District.
It’s not often that a high school meeting is broadcast live across the state, but Monday’s gathering at Del Sol High School centered on a topic that touches a multitude of lives – bullying.
Eight Nevada State College students spent two weeks this summer in Ethiopia as part of a medical mission with NSC professors Kebret Kebede and Robin Herlands and Spring Valley Hospital surgery technician Lance Bocobo. They performed surgeries at Black Lion Hospital and lectured at Addis Ababa University Medical School in Addis Ababa.
It takes an assembly line approach to feed the Clark County School District’s 175,000 students who eat school lunches, and it’s a big to-do to feed students in the nation’s fifth-largest school district a healthy meal for $3 or less.
Melissa Sharp’s cellphone buzzed. It was a text sent during school from her daughters’ band teacher. Strange, she thought. What was wrong?
Linda Archambault learned this week — which she spent in Washington, D.C., meeting President Barack Obama on Friday — that being a hardworking middle school principal can have its perks.
Outside the culinary school at the College of Southern Nevada sit five dead gardens. They have sat there for years, serving virtually no purpose.
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