CIVICA Nevada Career & Collegiate Academy will open to about 600 kindergarten through seventh graders in a new facility that’s currently under construction on East Carey Avenue.
Andrew Ho was named the 2020 Student Veteran of the Year last weekend during Student Veterans of America’s 13th annual national conference, which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nevada’s public charter school authority voted unanimously Friday to remove a cap on how many students can attend in-person classes at any given time.
A Clark County commissioner and school officials held a press conference Friday to raise awareness of traffic safety laws in school zones.
At a briefing at Eisenberg Elementary School in northwest Las Vegas, school district officials detail cleaning procedures and sickroom protocols.
The Clark County School Board held its first in-person meeting in nearly a year on Thursday, listening to comments from those pleading for schools to reopen to all students, as well as those opposed to a full-time return.
Officials from North Las Vegas scheduled a news briefing Wednesday to call on the Clark County School District to resume school sports.
Under its reopening plan, the district is relying on 340 first aid safety assistants — whose primary role is to provide first aid to students — to staff school sickrooms.
The U.S. Department of Education announced Monday it will require states to administer standardized tests this year, but will offer some flexibility. It’s unclear yet how Nevada will be impacted.
On the eve of reopening Clark County School District schools to their youngest students, a new question has emerged among families: What about next year?
CCSD athletes and their parents are keeping the pressure on superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara to let them play in advance of Thursday’s school board meeting.
The form is used to determine students’ eligibility for federal aid like grants and loans and by states, colleges and private organizations to award scholarships and other aid.
The Clark County School District is investigating a viral social media post showing a student referencing the death of George Floyd in an invitation to a dance.