Six years after a mass shooting killed dozens of people in Las Vegas, Nevada’s leaders expressed frustration and grief over Wednesday’s mass shooting at UNLV.
There are multiple mental health resources available for people affected by the UNLV shooting in English and Spanish.
Three victims were shot and killed Wednesday on the UNLV campus in an attack that ended after the gunman’s death, authorities said.
The College of Southern Nevada’s Mariachi Plata earned first place for a third consecutive year at the 2023 Mariachi Extravaganza last week in San Antonio, Texas.
In a Friday news release, the Uvalde Foundation For Kids said it plans to deploy patrol teams to areas around Rancho High School and other Clark County School District campuses.
The state Legislature appropriated $14 million for charter school transportation funding over the next two years.
Nevada’s Board of Regents voted to authorize a cost of living adjustment for professional employees and a 5 percent fee increase for students.
The Clark County School District filed a motion to dismiss in a teachers union lawsuit that aims to overturn a ban on public employee strikes.
The Clark County School District is hosting a School Choice Fair, where families can explore the district’s magnet schools and other school choice programs.
Amplus Academy, a public charter school in southwest Las Vegas, offers an emergency medical technician class through a partnership with a paramedic institute.
Government employees’ salaries are routinely requested public records, but the Lyon County School District denied access to that information earlier this year.
CCSD was placed on the list of open Title VI shared ancestry investigations on Nov. 21.
The website, unveiled by the Clark County School District and a number of nonprofits, offers resources for parents to get kids more excited about going to school.
Some Las Vegas Valley schools are using free programs through Let Grow, a national nonprofit organization that works to promote childhood independence and free play.
James Leavitt, 61, has alleged NSHE officials did not hire him for position he was qualified for.