The closures, a result of directives by Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Nevada System of Higher Education, will begin this week.
During a 10-hour meeting, the school board this week decided to switch to full-time distance learning for middle and high schools Dec. 2.
The Clark County School District is asking parents, students and staff to complete its annual Districtwide Parent/Guardian Survey.
The university announced Tuesday it is suspending in-person events and lowering occupancy rates to 25 percent in a few campus buildings.
A Las Vegas federal judge has denied a request by a group of Clark County School District families seeking to compel CCSD to immediately reopen for in-person schooling.
A state board voted Nov. 6 to authorize Sage Collegiate Public Charter School, which plans to initially serve 168 students in kindergarten through second grades.
If Clark County School District students don’t go back to campuses this school year, the district may have to cut nearly 1,500 staff jobs, according to a memo presented at a board meeting Thursday.
Superintendent Kristen McNeill is recommending fully distance learning beginning Dec. 7, with an anticipated return to in-person and hybrid models Jan. 19.
Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Melody Rose gave a presentation Thursday to the state’s COVID-19 Mitigation and Management Task Force.
In April, the Board of Regents voted to make the S/U grading option available to students through the end of the spring 2020 semester and after final grades were issued.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents has approved revisions to a procedures and guidelines manual to implement a COVID-19-spurred furlough policy.
The public charter school transitioned back to 100 percent distance learning for at least 10 days due to “a handful” of COVID-19 cases on campus.
Brought by the families of six students in special education, the lawsuit filed on Aug. 21 claims the district has denied students with disabilities a free and appropriate education during distance learning.
The Clark County School District will remain in distance learning through the remainder of the semester, according to a message from Superintendent Jesus Jara.
The nonprofit announced last week that Clark County School District high school seniors can apply for nearly $2 million in college scholarships. The application deadline is Feb. 8.