Family and community members gathered at Doolittle Community Center to remember Ashari Hughes, who collapsed and died after playing a flag football game Thursday.
The Clark County School District has its own musical instrument repair shop, which has been operating for more than 20 years.
Sophomore Ashari Hughes, 16, of Las Vegas, died on Jan. 5 after collapsing during a Desert Oasis flag football game against Valley.
“She loved music, dancing, and being around all the people she loved,” Ashari’s parents wrote in a statement. “She called football the real love of her life!”
Although Ashari Hughes had a medical issue, doctors had agreed the 16-year-old could play the game she called “the love of her life,” her father said.
The Nevada System of Higher Education is soliciting proposals from Nevada-based search consultants to find its new chancellor.
The classroom-sized market will offer families no-cost items such as groceries, recipes, household products and school supplies.
Valley High School released students early on Friday because of a neighborhood power outage, officials said.
The Desert Oasis High School student collapsed Thursday after a home game against Valley High School. She was hospitalized and died later that night.
The Clark County School District has entered into a $4.9 million contract for emergency sewer and plumbing repairs at Chaparral High School.
The Chefs for Kids program brings meals to students at Title I schools, which have a large percentage of low-income students, in Southern Nevada.
Trustees held a work session Wednesday to select new board officers, who’ll serve in those leadership roles for one year.
The swearing in of two new board trustees and one incumbent trustee brought optimism for a new era in the wake of a often-contentious year.