Parents had a chance to take their concerns, big and small, straight to Clark County School Board Trustee Lorraine Alderman at a recent open forum, Making Connections, at the East Las Vegas Community/Senior Center.
Thousands of kindergarten students across the Las Vegas Valley are learning to read with the help of handmade books from the Desert Sage auxiliary group, a part of the Assistance League of Las Vegas.
Attention college-bound high school seniors: Everything about how freshmen make their way through UNLV is about to change.
Forty-six of Clark County’s high school seniors reached the semifinals in the National Merit Scholarship Program competition, placing them among the smartest 1 percent of America’s high schoolers.
Children in the streets begged them for money. Families lived in shacks without electricity or running water.
Her mother doubts she remembers it, but Durin Uddin went to Bangladesh at age 7 to see the crowded country from which her parents emigrated before her birth.
If a proposal to raise student fees at Nevada’s colleges and universities is approved next month, students will be paying twice as much next year as they were just six years ago.
The Clark County School District ended last school year on financially sound ground but faced the same struggles as the limping local economy, forcing the district to dip into its reserves.
“Can you hear me?” science teacher Sharon Pearson asks her students from the opposite side of the Earth.
Juniors and seniors at Liberty High School have the opportunity to earn college credit by taking college-level classes in the school’s 12-13 program
Palo Verde High School hosted the Step It Up For Lupus fundraiser walk Nov. 5 to raise funds for Colors of Lupus Nevada. Two Palo Verde graduates who are currently battling the disease were in attendance.
Thousands of school bus drivers and custodians who have been worried for months that the Clark County School District might outsource their jobs can start to breathe a sigh of relief.