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Suspect rammed police vehicles in Summerlin officer-involved shooting  News3LV

A man wanted for several felonies allegedly rammed his car into police vehicles before he was shot by officers in the west valley Thursday morning, according to ...



Palo Verde, SLAM Academy meet in state’s first girls wrestling dual  Las Vegas Review-Journal

SLAM Academy freshman Sterling Dias has traveled the world in her quest for domination on the wrestling mat. On Wednesday, though, she simply traveled 23 ...



Palo Verde eyes region title after unbeaten run in Mountain League  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Panthers completed their Mountain League schedule with a perfect record to secure the No. 1 seed in the region tournament, which begins Monday evening ...



Third-quarter rebounding helps Arbor View drop Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Arbor View used a huge third-quarter rebounding edge to erase a halftime deficit on its way to a 66-54 win at Palo Verde.



Nevada Preps high school boys volleyball preview  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at some of the top athletes and teams for the 2019 boys volleyball season.



Las Vegas school remembers teacher lost to 9/11 attacks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas marks 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks with memorial ceremony for foreign language teacher Barbara Edwards, ...



Man in critical condition after officer-involved shooting in west valley  FOX5 Las Vegas

Las Vegas Metropolitan police responded to an officer-involved shooting in the Summerlin area on Thursday morning.



Palo Verde reopens wound to prepare for Centennial  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The seventh-ranked Panthers host No. 9 Centennial at 7 p.m. on Friday, and coach Joe Aznarez and his staff have made sure Palo Verde's players haven't ...



Parents demand more changes after threats at Las Vegas high school — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District will partner with a national equity organization to improve the cultural climate at Arbor View High School, one of the changes ...



Meeting at Las Vegas high school addresses recent racial tensions  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Frustration flowed at Arbor View High School on Monday night as parents and students confronted the school's racial tensions head-on at a meeting, where the ...



TB tests required for 200 students at Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District on Thursday told about 200 students that they need to be tested for tuberculosis after a person at a western Las Vegas Valley ...



Western High School in Las Vegas placed on lockdown after fight  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Las Vegas high school with a recent history of racially motivated fights was again placed on lockdown Thursday after a similar fight broke out.



Person diagnosed with TB at Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District said Wednesday that a person at Durango High School has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis.



Clark County schools closed Friday due to weather  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County's public schools will be closed Friday because of weather, the school district announced. In addition to a call to parents, the Clark County School ...



Principal injured, 5 students cited in North Las Vegas school fight  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Five students were cited on Friday after a fight at Desert Rose High School that injured the principal, according to school police.



High school graduation rates in Nevada, Clark County, hit record highs  Las Vegas Review-Journal

High school students in Nevada and Clark County graduated at the highest rate ever in 2018, according to state data released on Friday. Graduation rates ...



CCSD superintendent introduces slimmed-down leadership team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara on Monday introduced the members of his new streamlined leadership structure that he says will save ...



Clark County school students to make up snow day April 22  Las Vegas Review-Journal

April 22, the day after Easter, will be the make-up day for the snow day that canceled school on Feb. 22, the Clark County School Board decided Thursday night.



Las Vegas school lockdown lifted after report of teen with gun  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Spring Valley High School in southwest Las Vegas was on lockdown for a while Monday morning, March 25, 2019, as Metro and Clark County School District ...



Las Vegas school social worker arrested on sexual misconduct charges  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District police have arrested a social worker for alleged inappropriate behavior with two students following an investigation at Chaparral ...



Lockdown lifted at Las Vegas high school after search for robbers ends  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Spring Valley High School was placed on a hard lockdown for about 90 minutes Tuesday morning while Las Vegas police searched for robbery suspects in the ...



55 Clark County schools to lose millions in federal funding under new formula  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Fifty-five Clark County schools will lose millions in federal funding next school year due to a change in the way the Clark County School District distributes the ...



Las Vegas teen in high school, college named Regents’ Scholar  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Naree Asherian, 17, was recognized in February as a Nevada System of Higher Education Regents' Scholar. She said she owes the recognition to the College ...



Gun found in student's backpack at Palo Verde  KLAS-TV

A Palo Verde High School student was arrested just before classes started Thursday morning for having a gun and ammunition in a backpack.



Multicultural training mandate for Nevada teachers unenforced  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A requirement for certain educators to complete a multicultural education course upon renewing their license has not been enforced by the state since a law ...



Las Vegas elementary school principal faces an uprising  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A principal at a Las Vegas elementary school has an uprising on her hands. Staff and parents at Decker Elementary say Principal Alice Roybal-Benson has ...



Clark County School District operations ‘out of date,’ report says  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A new report criticizes the Clark County School District of operating with a culture of “relying on out-of-date practices with no apparent sense of urgency to bring it ...



CCSD may pay $1.2M to settle suit alleging special ed student abuse  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District will pay $1.2 million plus attorney's fees to resolve a 2016 federal lawsuit involving a special education teacher accused of ...



8 struggling Clark County schools face possible charter competition  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eight struggling Clark County middle schools face potential competition from neighborhood charter schools after being approved Thursday by the State Board of ...



Bonanza High dealing with power issues at school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Bonanza High School students returned from winter break on Monday facing a few power issues at school.



Clark County schools saw drop in attendance Thursday  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Many students celebrated an unexpected day off from school Friday, but some parents questioned the Clark County School District's decision to cancel classes ...



Threat against Las Vegas high school increases police presence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District police are investigating a threat made against Chapparal High School on Sunday night.



Las Vegas student suspended for threatening classmates  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Hyde Park Middle School student threatened a group of students on social media Wednesday, CCSD police sergeant Bryan Zink said. The threat was later ...



Late to school: Why Clark County had over 11K tardy buses this year  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Year after year, late or no-show buses in the Clark County School District draw the ire of parents and students alike. One year the problem even prompted a ...



Investigation of CCSD official Goldman halts after $50K spent  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District spent more than $50,000 investigating Associate Superintendent Edward Goldman in connection with discrimination ...



How 2 Las Vegas charter schools are excelling in high-need areas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

More than half of the students at Mater Academy Mountain Vista charter school are English language learners. The poverty rate in the community surrounding ...



Las Vegas student arrested after ‘terroristic threat’  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A 15-year-old student at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas was arrested on Thursday morning after another student overheard him making terroristic ...



Las Vegas ceremonies will pay tribute to 9/11 victims  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Several ceremonies are scheduled for Tuesday morning in Las Vegas to honor victims of 9/11.



7th victim accuses Palo Verde High student of sex assault; teen's bail increased  KLAS-TV

The latest victim is the seventh person to accuse 16-year-old Palo Verde High School student Maysen Melton of sexual assault.



Teen arrested near Las Vegas high school with pistol, silencer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

School police arrested an intoxicated 17-year-old male near Valley High School on Wednesday afternoon after finding him with a loaded semiautomatic pistol ...



NIAA announces 11-member 2019 Hall of Fame class  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former Canyon Springs football coach Hunkie Cooper and 10 other Southern Nevadans were inducted into the NIAA this week. They will be honored during a ...



Confusing memo aside, Clark County teachers will get day off  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Relax, Clark County School District teachers. You will not need to report to school on Friday — a scheduled day off for students and staff — despite a confusing ...



Dozens of students, staff pepper-sprayed in fight at Las Vegas school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

About 45 to 50 people were pepper sprayed Thursday when school police used the agent to break up a large racially motivated fight at a central Las Vegas ...



Clark County schools' diverse grading policies penalize some students  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When it comes to academic success or failure, Clark County students aren't playing on a level field. At Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas, a grade of ...



Henderson high school evacuated after phone threat  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Henderson high school was evacuated Tuesday afternoon after receiving a phone threat, school police said.



CCSD using taxpayer resources to promote teachers union’s agenda  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has been using taxpayer resources to advance the political agenda of the teachers union. The Clark County Education ...



5 Clark County schools locked down over phone shooting threats  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The lockdowns were called around 1:15 p.m. Friday and lifted at 3 p.m. after school district police determined the threats were not credible.



Officials assign Las Vegas middle school principal to home  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District middle-school principal has been assigned to home for an unspecified reason, an administrative decision typically made when ...



Achievement School District grows, but is it working?  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Nevada program has grown steadily since it was initiated in 2016 to address the issue of underperforming schools, but because it is in the early stages, ...



Las Vegas high school teacher found calling as educator late in life  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Palo Verde High School social studies teacher worked in both the public and private sectors before heeding the call of the classroom. Yet it's there that his ...



Clark County school police welcome dogs trained to detect guns  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District Police Department has four furry new officers with a talent for sniffing out guns. Police Chief James Ketsaa swore in the ...



2 top Clark County schools officials may be out by end of June  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District's top operations and human-resource officers will likely be out of their positions at the end of June following an outside report ...



CCSD offers $10k annual bonuses to teachers at struggling schools — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Johnston Middle School Principal Lou Markouzis tries to attract high-quality teachers to his one-star school, but the best he can offer is a corner classroom with a ...



How often are buses late at your child’s school?  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Lookup too allows you to see the number of tardy buses reported at Clark County schools from Aug. 13, 2018-Feb. 13 of this year.



Former educators’ names will grace new Clark County schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The school district has decided that Sandra B. Abston, Earl Jenkins and Helen Aileen Anderson Toland will be the namesakes of the next three schools opened ...



Clark County students who refuse searches face discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students who refuse to submit to a random search for weapons will face disciplinary action and may be removed from school property, the Clark County School ...



Clark County school officials say budget can’t cover promised raises  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District is opposing every bill before the Nevada Legislature that has a financial impact to the state in an attempt to bring attention to the ...



Clark County schools to conduct random searches for weapons  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District middle and high school students will be subject to random searches for weapons under a new initiative to combat the wave of guns ...



Racial tensions at Las Vegas high school erupted in campus brawl  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sophomore Kayla Carbajal did not want to go to Western High School on Friday, a day after simmering racial tensions erupted in a brawl that led school police ...



POLICE: Officer-involved shooting near Alta, Pavillion Center drives  KLAS-TV

A man shot by police is fighting for his life after an officer-invovled shooting involving Metro Police Thursday morning.



Clark County School Board to decide make-up date for snow day  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District students may make up last week's snow day on March 22, pending the approval of the School Board.



CCSD trustees allow receiver to take over 2 charter schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Two underperforming charter schools will enter into a receivership that will dissolve their governing bodies with the goal of boosting academic results after a ...



Las Vegas school worker investigated after asking student for photos  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Authorities opened an investigation Thursday afternoon into a northwest Las Vegas middle school staff member accused of asking a student for pictures of ...



Union asks Clark County teachers if they’d support illegal strike  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The informal poll by the Clark County Education Association asks teachers what they would be willing to do if lawmakers do not “fund our schools now” — the ...



North Las Vegas woman killed in murder-suicide remembered  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sonya White has had an outpouring of love on social media this week, following her death Wednesday morning in what police say was a murder-suicide in the ...



CCSD superintendent highlights district’s struggles in address  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The new leader of the Clark County School District isn't resting on his laurels, highlighting a range of issues in his first State of the Schools address that the ...



Nevada History Day teaching material stirs controversy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A statewide program went dark after a parent complained about a handout on writing a good thesis used this example: “Even though Thomas Jefferson had ...



Clark County schools’ 5-year plan aims for broad proficiency gains  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District aims to boost proficiency in English, math and science, increase access to advanced courses and decrease racial disparities in ...



Ex-CCSD administrator named Nevada schools superintendent  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday tapped Jhone Ebert, a former Clark County School District leader and current deputy commissioner in the New York State ...



For some, random school searches are small price to pay for safety  Las Vegas Review-Journal

While critics question the new Clark County School District policy aimed at cracking down on weapons on campus, Liberty High junior Anahit Topachikyan says ...



Minor injury reported after Clark County school bus-truck crash  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District bus with 18 students on board was involved in a crash Tuesday morning.



Clark County School District to reduce administrative posts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District plans to thin its administrative ranks next year by reducing the number of associate superintendents from 13 to seven — a move ...



Art Institute of Las Vegas begins new semester after dodging closure  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Having avoided closure following the bankruptcy of its parent company, the school in Henderson will begin its spring semester on Monday.



Governor gets 3 finalists for Nevada state schools chief  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gov. Steve Sisolak will choose the state's next superintendent of public instruction from a list of three applicants, all of whom have leadership experience in ...



CCSD to consider $7M in bullying, sexual misconduct settlements  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board is set to vote next week on more than $7 million in legal settlements, payments resultingfrom two high-profile bullying and sexual ...



Parents want monitoring device for autistic son; district balks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Parents of a special education student are battling the Clark County School District for the right to equip their son with a monitoring device to track his ...



Study shows Nevada schools have largest average class sizes  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The state is at the forefront of a national debate, after a study from the National Education Association found that that the state had the largest average class ...



Sophomore QB, WR shine for Centennial in win against Palo Verde  Las Vegas Sun

The Centennial High football team may have found something special ...



Fatal shooting, gun seizures lead to Clark County schools safety group  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District will create a school safety advisory committee to address issues raised by the fatal shooting of a student and an alarming ...



Kevin Child’s lawsuit against CCSD dismissed  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former Clark County School Board Trustee Kevin Child's lawsuit against the school district was dismissed last week on the grounds that he did not provide ...



Clark County schools sued over autistic boy’s broken wrist  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A lawsuit alleges that a non-verbal autistic student at Variety School in Las Vegas suffered a broken wrist while being physically restrained by an unidentified ...



Inspired senior Farries Gardner leads Centennial over Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial senior volleyball player Farries Gardner honored his role model, Malcolm X, by wearing socks embroidered with his portrait during his team's Sunset ...



Clark County, state re-evaluate targeted funding for schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Initiatives to boost education funding for targeted student populations have poured millions of dollars into into classrooms across the state. But have they ...



Gov. Sisolak names new director for Nevada charter schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Rebecca Feiden previously served as director and then acting executive director of the Achievement School District, which allows charter schools to either take ...



Nevada charters hold ratings edge over CCSD schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada's charter schools outperformed their traditional counterparts in new ratings from the state — except for those charters providing online-only learning.



Middle schools rise, elementaries dip in Nevada star ratings  Las Vegas Review-Journal

New state star ratings – a quick indicator of how Nevada schools are performing – released by the state on Friday show a higher percentage of middle schools ...



Man acting strangely triggers lockdown of Las Vegas schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Woolley and Clyde Cox elementary schools were placed on hard lockdowns around 1:20 p.m. on Thursday following a report of an unknown man acting ...



Nevada charter schools’ successes aren’t reaching everywhere  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Many state charter schools are outperforming their traditional public school counterparts, leading to long waitlists at many. But a Review-Journal analysis shows ...



Private school in Las Vegas offers financial need scholarships  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students who qualify for the Meadows School aid are locked in for a 12-year education as long as they maintain good grades, otherwise remain in good ...



Threats against Henderson high schools deemed not credible  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District police and the Metropolitan Police Department investigated threats made against Foothill and Liberty high schools on Sunday but ...



Policy would replace remedial classes at Nevada colleges  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A proposed policy from the Nevada System of Higher Education could remove remedial math and English classes from colleges and universities.



Week in Pictures: Jan. 14-20  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Take a look at some striking pictures from Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including weather features, a boxing match and the super blood wolf ...



Las Vegas middle school on soft lockdown after police activity  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Saville Middle School in the northwest valley remained on a soft lockdown Wednesday afternoon while Las Vegas police investigated a shooting and barricade ...



BYU Basketball announces addition of former Nevada prep scoring champion Taylor Miller to roster  Vanquish The Foe

BYU basketball announced the addition of 6-foot-2 guard Taylor Miller to the 2019-2020 roster. Miller arrived home from his Church mission to North Carolina in ...



CCSD trustees put underperforming charter schools on notice  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board put three underperforming charter schools on notice Thursday night, recommending a reconstitution of the leadership in two ...



Clark County school trustees OK 5-year strategic plan  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board approved a rigorous strategic plan on Thursday that includes data-driven goals aimed at improving the massive district.



Students learn lessons at UNLV’s African American Scholars Day  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Juniors from Las Vegas Valley high schools attended UNLV African American Scholars Day to learn more about the opportunities and resources available for ...



CCSD trustees OK $250k settlement in employee lawsuit  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board approved a $250000 settlement Thursday night to end a lawsuit over hidden cameras and discrimination, roughly two years ...



Panel selects 6 to interview for Nevada’s top education post  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The state Board of Education will interview six finalists — most of whom have had experience in Nevada — for the vacant position of state superintendent of ...



Costs mount amid flurry of lawsuits over Las Vegas charter school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

On the surface, Quest Preparatory Academy in northwest Las Vegas is just another school trying to improve the academic achievement of its largely low-income ...



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