“My peeps are begging me to stay in legislature for life.”
The Clark County School District is getting a tough lesson in math as it deals with surging enrollment and aging campuses, amid numbers that come nowhere near adding up. As the Review-Journal’s Trevon Milliard reported last week, the district plans to spend $301 million in the next five years on capital projects, including replacing one school entirely, renovating and replacing equipment at older schools, and adding portable classrooms to alleviate student crowding.
To the editor:
The federal government is currently in the process of rewriting its official Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the original source for the Food Pyramid, MyPlate, and other versions of its formal nutrition recommendations.