A ribbon cutting and opening event was held Tuesday at the West Henderson Library on Bicentennial Parkway. It included western-themed activities.
Julie joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in July 2019 as a reporter for The View, covering the southwest/Henderson area. She grew up in southern California, and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from Whitworth University in Spokane, Wash. She worked as an education and health reporter at the Times-News in Twin Falls, Idaho for eight years. Before that, she was an education and county government reporter for two years at the Elko Daily Free Press in Elko, Nev.
Borrowers who meet income requirements can get up to $10,000 in federal student loan forgiveness, and Pell Grant recipients can get up to $20,000.
Sting replaces the college’s first mascot, Scotty — also a scorpion — who’ll live on while representing the college’s Early Childhood Education Center.
The Nevada Department of Education released results Monday from the Smarter Balanced assessments for the 2021-22 school year.
Battle Born Youth ChalleNGe Academy isn’t running its program this fall because of a lack of applicants, but the academy hopes to resume in January.
Slain reporter Jeff German and two other former Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters will be inducted into the Nevada Newspaper Hall of Fame on Sept. 24.
The Las Vegas campus was recognized Friday by the U.S. Department of Education as an “exemplary high performing school.”
The Washoe County School District and University of Nevada, Reno, canceled in-person classes Wednesday because of hazardous air quality.
An east Las Vegas elementary school stopped allowing students to use tap water this week because of a leaking water main on campus, but the issue was resolved Wednesday.
The nonprofit Bloom Academy opened in August 2021 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It serves homeschooled children and is part of a microschooling movement.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents approved a “critical labor shortage” status for University Police Services during a Thursday meeting at Great Basin College in Elko.
The tally doesn’t include those that experienced air conditioning outages affecting just some classrooms or a portion of a building.