The Clark County School District resumes classes Monday amid concerns over safety, a teacher shortage and dysfunction on the school board.
About 300,000 students return to classes Monday in the Clark County School District. Here are seven things to know about the new school year in the nation’s fifth-largest district.
The Clark County School Board voted to approve a corrective action plan after being notified that the district was violating the reorganization law.
The Clark County School District is exercising its right under a collective bargaining agreement to suspend a program that allows teachers to retire a year early.
On Thursday, Clark County School District officials discussed how to address teacher vacancies. Some possible solutions: financial incentives, combining classrooms and licensing changes.
More than a third of Clark County schools currently have a teacher vacancy rate of 10 percent or more, adding to concerns about safety.
The Clark County School District is rolling out an instant alert system at nine schools this summer in response to concerns over a spike in violence on campuses.
The Clark County School District will raise starting teacher pay in an attempt to retain and attract teachers amid a yearslong teacher shortage throughout the state.
On Wednesday, Clark County School District students and teachers wrapped up their first full year of in-person instruction after two abnormal school years.
Seniors from Rancho High School will be able to wear special regalia to graduation after weeks of pushback.
Per-pupil funding in the district this year increased, according to district numbers, but the district is projecting an enrollment loss of 2,446 students.
Teachers and students slammed the Clark County School District at Thursday’s School Board meeting for not doing enough to make campuses safe amid a recent spike in violence.
The Garside Junior High School teacher was ordered to leave campus, said attorney Brian Berman, and her keys and badge were taken.
The Clark County School Board voted late Thursday and early Friday to reconsider termination of Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract and then decided not to rescind his contract.