A second College of Southern Nevada student has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a notice posted on the college’s website Thursday.
“Due to security concerns with the Zoom application, access to the District Zoom account has been disabled,” the district said in a statement.
A member of the Clark County School District transportation department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to an email sent to district transportation staff Wednesday.
Former Gov. Brian Sandoval is leaving MGM Resorts International to pursue a position as president of the University of Nevada, Reno, MGM announced Wednesday.
A member of the Mojave High School “family” has tested positive for coronavirus, the school said on Tuesday.
Medical students in Southern Nevada have taken on the work of screening potential cases of COVID-19 at the Cashman Field temporary homeless shelter in order to free up doctors and nurses to work with patients.
Social distancing and distance education didn’t stop the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts wind symphony from putting on a performance over the weekend.
Medical experts in Southern Nevada discussed the coronavirus pandemic in a panel Monday morning.
Vegas PBS will offer educational programming from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays beginning Monday while schools across the state remain closed.
A plan for distance learning in the Clark County School District has been approved by Nevada’s state superintendent of public instruction.
Spring Valley High became the first Clark County School District school to hand out Chromebooks to students who need them to keep up academically during school closures.
Parents will be asked to provide either the student’s ID card, or the student’s name, identification number, school site and grade level, the district said Thursday.
Teachers with O’Roarke Elementary School participated in a parade around the neighborhoods where their students live on Wednesday.
The lessons are posted online, but to reach students who don’t have a computer or an internet connection, the district is printing packets and then distributing them via school buses.
Nevada’s public colleges and universities will postpone in-person graduation ceremonies this spring and remain on online-only instruction through the end of the year.