Anticipating increasing demand for in-person instruction, Clark County schools will use priority lists to determine which students can return to campuses, officials said Friday.
Aleksandra joined the Review-Journal in June 2019 to cover higher education. She was previously the education reporter at the Fresno Bee in California, and prior to starting at the Bee, she got her master's in journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Some pre-kindergarten through third-grade students returned to school Monday for a first day of instruction like no other.
A Clark County commissioner and school officials held a press conference Friday to raise awareness of traffic safety laws in school zones.
The Clark County School Board held its first in-person meeting in nearly a year on Thursday, listening to comments from those pleading for schools to reopen to all students, as well as those opposed to a full-time return.
Under its reopening plan, the district is relying on 340 first aid safety assistants — whose primary role is to provide first aid to students — to staff school sickrooms.
On the eve of reopening Clark County School District schools to their youngest students, a new question has emerged among families: What about next year?
The form is used to determine students’ eligibility for federal aid like grants and loans and by states, colleges and private organizations to award scholarships and other aid.
The Clark County School District is investigating a viral social media post showing a student referencing the death of George Floyd in an invitation to a dance.
A week ahead of the day when pre-kindergartners through third-graders will return for in-person instruction, administrators wonder if they’ve prepared for everything.
The Clark County School Board on Thursday approved $3.3 million in contracts for COVID-19 testing and symptom screening for employees, despite concerns from some members of the public about privacy related to those tests.
A new method of allocating what were once known Senate Bill 178 funds, or weighted funding, has cost some schools hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A district official indicated that a response about returning for hybrid learning March 1 had been submitted for three-quarters of the district’s 85,000 pre-K to Grade 3 students.
With preparations underway to reopen Clark County School District buildings for the first time since March, the district’s facilities are back in the spotlight.