Two UNLV employees have tested positive for COVID-19, the university said Wednesday.
CCSD has offered curriculum options for teachers and students who want to try online education, but all schoolwork remains voluntary as it is not an option for some students.
A sixth grader at a North Las Vegas charter school tested positive for coronavirus the same weekend Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered Nevada schools to close.
The university will also remain on remote instruction for the rest of the semester regardless of whether Gov. Steve Sisolak lifts an emergency order.
The Clark County School District can’t guarantee an education to all students during school closures despite a state mandate to do so, Superintendent Jesus Jara said Monday.
An email sent to parents just before 8 a.m. said a member of the John Tartan Elementary School had tested positive for coronavirus.
Nevada students may have one less worry this spring amid school closures after Superintendent of Public Instruction Jhone Ebert moved to cancel standardized testing.
The university had previously given students less than a week to move out to comply with the closure of all nonessential operations directed by Gov. Steve Sisolak.
The University of Nevada, Reno, has ordered all students to collect their belongings and move out of dorms by Wednesday, raising concerns about students congregating contrary to coronavirus protocol.
A Las Vegas elementary school informed parents Wednesday that a member of the “school family” has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Dance parties, hikes and the occasional sibling squabble add a new layer to the learning experience as parents add “teacher” to their other roles.
Students living in dorms at Nevada universities have been asked to leave and return to their homes and families as part of the closure of all nonessential operations at Nevada System of Higher Education schools.
The Clark County School District began handing out free meals at more than a dozen sites around the Las Vegas Valley on Monday to preserve a vital lifeline for needy students.
The College of Southern Nevada will transition to remote classes this week, following Gov. Steve Sisolak’s instruction that all schools in Nevada should close amidst growing coronavirus concerns.
Student food distribution pods will be set up at 15 school locations in Clark County and at a growing list of schools through the state.