The Rebel Reading Challenge event launched at the Thomas & Mack Center at UNLV in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014. The event, which featured people including CCSD Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky, comedy magician Mac King, and UNLV coaches and student-athletes, among others, included approximately 6,500 4th and 5th grade students from 33 schools.
A high school employee turned herself into law enforcement in May after she allegedly had inappropriate contact with a student, school police said Tuesday.
Superintendent announces departures of chief of staff and communications chief along with the hirings of a new chief of staff and chief operations officer.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted Tuesday to pay the 3 percent raises even though it will cause a $6.4 million budget shortfall.
Jason Wright’s resignation from his fourth-grade teaching position at Dearing Elementary, effective last month, comes as he and the district await trial in two lawsuits.
Dr. Kristen Averyt’s resignation after two years leading the organization will be effective June 30, according to the Nevada System of Higher Education.
Nadine Jones, currently a vice president of human resources for MGM Grand, will start with the district on July 1 with a salary of $151,608.
The school board meeting felt like a sinking ship on Thursday. When the budget cuts hit and the ship goes down, who can scramble onto a lifeboat for safety? Who will be left on board?
A public apology from Jesus Jara was not enough to calm concerns from a rowdy crowd who came out Thursday night to protest the decision to eliminate 170 secondary deans.
Clark County School District secondary principals passed the no confidence vote after the superintendent announced he would eliminate dean positions.
Some employees, including those affected by the move, argue that the cut would leave fewer adults on campus to address bullying, suicidal behavior and discipline.