If Senate Bill 321 is signed into law, community colleges would be removed from the Nevada System of Higher Education.
Adam Levine, general counsel for the Police Officers Association of the Clark County School District, said Thursday the union had no knowledge of a motion being filed under its name.
Construction will begin this summer at Harmon, Ira J. Earl and Gene Ward elementary schools, and Fremont Middle School, and will wrap up by August 2022.
A former high school counselor who was arrested on lewdness charges in August has since been accused of raping a student in 2019.
A union that represents Clark County school police is asking a court to toss an arbitration ruling and reinstate with full back pay an officer who was fired eight years ago.
All employees of the Clark County School District’s Human Resources department are quarantining for 10 days after a third case of COVID-19 was reported in the office.
A federal grand jury in Las Vegas has charged a health care staffing company and a former manager with engaging in a conspiracy to fix school nurses’ wages.
Rita Deanin Abbey’s work included several notable public pieces.
The university announced Monday it received approval from Washoe County and the state to hold ceremonies at Mackay Stadium in mid-May.
Nevada’s education support staff would be eligible for unemployment benefits for the upcoming summer under a new proposal, state officials said Friday.
A new pedestrian bridge near Desert Oasis High School opened to residents this week.
Testing has begun at two Northern Nevada schools, but Las Vegas-area campuses are awaiting test kits. Each school is deciding which employees or students to test.
Two bills have been proposed in the Legislature that would allow municipalities to appoint some members of the school boards of Nevada’s largest school districts.
A Summerlin private school is the first in the world using a device that is capable of detecting COVID-19 through noninvasive testing, according to school officials and the device’s manufacturer.