Rate climbs sharply as Board of Regents proceeds with plans for mandatory vaccination of Nevada System of Higher Education employees.
With a high volume of new cases, the Southern Nevada Health District prioritizes those involving school-age children.
The event is 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Tyrone Thompson Student Union at CSN’s North Las Vegas campus, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave. It’s free and open to the public.
The U.S. Department of Education announced Monday it had approved the state’s plan for American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funding.
The proposed changes, which could be approved by the school board Sept. 23, would create centralized application process and space must be available in order for a request to be considered.
Nevada’s higher education system will require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with a Dec. 1 target date for implementation.
The Clark County School Board on Thursday approved an initial plan for spending more than $770 million in federal coronavirus relief money over the next three years.
Amazon announced Thursday it would invest $1.2 billion by 2025 into expanding a program that gives education and skills training benefits to thousands of its U.S. employees.
Fisticuffs at Valley High School in Las Vegas prompted a police response and a subsequent e-mail from the school’s principal to parents about problems with pupil behavior.
Clark County School Board President Linda Cavazos says she has received threats following the board’s decision last week to move forward with mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for employees.
The district said 813 licensed employees called in sick on Tuesday amid rumors of an employee walkout over the district’s upcoming COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
Police are investigating a fight and gunfire in the parking lot of Desert Oasis High School during a football game Friday night.
New data and anecdotal reports in Clark County indicate that cases and hospitalizations involving kids with COVID-19 have increased sharply.
The Clark County School Board voted 5-1 early Thursday morning to allow Superintendent Jesus Jara to draft and implement such a policy policy and negotiate with unions.
Grants, totaling $545,000, were awarded to nonprofits focused on improving economic mobility through access to fundamental needs and access to educational and workforce development.