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Schools pitch in to help students in need

Many schools in the Clark County School District go above and beyond traditional services to help their most needy students, offering meals, clothing, school and hygiene supplies and even dental care.

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Clark High School teacher goes the extra mile for her students

There is a table in the corner farthest from the door in Luanne Wagner’s classroom at Clark High School. On it is peanut butter and jelly. For several students, it is their breakfast, lunch and dinner. “Kids know they can come to me, and I’m here to help them,” Wagner said. “If you’re hungry, there’s food here.”

Teachers angry, tearful as threat of layoffs looms

Clark County School District teacher Shannon Regin knows what her future holds if the district enacts a contingency plan to lay off 1,000 teachers midyear.

Support staff in school district may keep jobs

No outsourcing for three years. That’s what the Clark County School District’s negotiators promised 11,000 custodians, bus drivers, cooks and secretaries in a collective contract proposal for now through 2014.

Cimarron-Memorial High School hosts Thanksgiving meal for families in need

Hundreds of homeless schoolchildren and their families from Clark County School District’s Performance Zone 3 received a meal Nov. 24 at Cimarron-Memorial High School, 2301 N. Tenaya Way. More than 600 families from the zone’s 28 schools were invited to attend the school district’s inaugural Thanksgiving Dinner.

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