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CCSD places Eldorado High principal on leave  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The district confirmed that Dave Wilson was placed on leave Thursday and assigned to work from home, but said it could not provide a reason for the action.



Unsung hero wears many hats at Eldorado: Teacher, mentor, mom  Las Vegas Sun

Shana Stott started to write a letter to each of the Eldorado High School basketball team's seniors. Her eyes welled up with tears as she tried to explain why each ...



Police dogs and officers descend upon high school as part of district's ongoing safety efforts  The Nevada Independent

Classes had barely begun Wednesday morning at Eldorado High School when four teenage boys found themselves lined up in front of Metro Police vehicles as ...



North Las Vegas Police investigate after missing baby is found  FOX5 Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- A North Las Vegas boy was dropped off at Eldorado High School after he was reported missing Wednesday. Clark County School District police ...



Las Vegas defense 'lights out' in win against Eldorado  Las Vegas Sun

Miles Davis had a 71-yard touchdown run tonight for the Las Vegas High football team on their first offensive play to help the Wildcats down Eldorado, 22-9.



Proposed virtual expulsion program could give students who made a mistake a second chance  The Nevada Independent

A squabble among several girls at Eldorado High School last year turned into a fight and then expulsions. As a school police officer and assistant principal ...



Las Vegas High beats Eldorado to claim Mountain Region title  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The bad news for the Las Vegas High soccer team is that it had two shots on goal in Saturday's Mountain Region title game at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.



Clark County principals have mixed reactions to per-pupil budget cuts  Las Vegas Sun

“Ecstatic.” That's how Eldorado High School Principal Dave Wilson felt Wednesday after hearing that he wouldn't have to eliminate his school's two dean ...



In Las Vegas area, soccer is high school sports’ equalizer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eldorado doesn't play in the rich suburbs of Henderson or Summerlin, but a part of town people like to forget about when it comes to sports. But as the ...



New policy on federal money underscores funding needs in Clark County schools  Las Vegas Sun

After 15 years as an employee of the Clark County School District, Gayane Gulyan received news this month that she had never expected: Filling a funding void ...



With limited CCSD resources, some students learning English are left behind  Las Vegas Sun

Seventh-grade students learning English as a second language at Von Tobel Middle School are lucky if they are placed in Francisco Sermeno's math class.



Cutting deans at Clark County schools poses safety risks, critics say  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The elimination of deans in Clark County School District middle and high schools will remove employees critical to combating violence and addressing ...



Eldorado's Shana Stott -  Las Vegas Sun

Eldorado High School teacher Shana Stott, a finalist in the Unsung Hero category for the Sun Standout Awards, in her classroom Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Stott is ...



CCSD superintendent reverses decision on cutting dean jobs in Las Vegas  FOX5 Las Vegas

Dean positions will not be cut to Las Vegas Valley schools for the 2019-2020 school year, Dr. Jesus Jara, the superintendent of the Clark County School District ...



High school football television schedule announced  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The 11-game regular-season television schedule was released Friday afternoon. All games will air live at 7 p.m. each Thursday on KVMY (My LV TV).



Principals vote no confidence in CCSD superintendent Jesus Jara  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Secondary principals across the Clark County School District passed a no confidence vote in Superintendent Jesus Jara on Wednesday, just two days after the ...



Class notes from the first day: new buildings, ongoing teacher shortages and a therapy dog named Ben  The Nevada Independent

One school day down and 179 to go. Students in Northern and Southern Nevada headed back to class Monday, kicking off another school year filled with hopes, ...



Meet Ziggy, one of four dogs keeping guns out of CCSD schools  Las Vegas Sun

Ziggy is one of four K-9 officers who joined the district's police department in January to address gun safety and threats in CCSD's more than 330 schools.



6 plead not guilty in death of Eldorado High School teacher  Las Vegas Sun

The next hearing for six defendants charged in the October death of Eldorado High School teacher Timothy VanDerbosch will be held early next month in Clark ...



Police identify 3 arrested in death of Eldorado High teacher  Las Vegas Sun

Metro Police today identified three men arrested Friday in connection with the death of an Eldorado High School teacher and a series of robberies last month.



Clark County school leaders offer ideas to save deans  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The goal, school leaders say, is to keep all middle and high school deans while equally distributing the financial burden across all the schools.



New school safety measures go beyond random searches for weapons  The Nevada Independent

A Las Vegas high school recently installed a high-tech version of a safety feature common to almost any home or apartment — a doorbell. Now, when visitors ...



Lifetime Achievement Award: Gerald Pentsil wins inaugural award to cap storied Eldorado career  Las Vegas Sun

In honor of his legacy of mentorship, Pentsil has been named the first recipient of the Hank Greenspun Lifetime Achievement Award. Like Greenspun, the ...



Education town hall shines light on daily struggles facing educators, students and parents  The Nevada Independent

Large class sizes, not enough mental health workers, transportation headaches and inadequate funding emerged as some of the primary concerns among ...



Las Vegas looks to repeat as 4A boys soccer state champions  Las Vegas Review-Journal

There couldn't have been many who predicted the Wildcats' 21-1-1 2018 season that included a dominating run to the Class 4A state championship.



Vigil to be held in Las Vegas for deceased NAU football player  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A vigil will be held for Malik Noshi, a former Arbor View High School football player who died Sunday in his Flagstaff home, at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Arbor View ...



Breaking News Blog Las Vegas breaking news for January 24, 2019 Joyce Lupiani 5:09 AM  KTNV Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley. 9:30 P.M.. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police ...



Former Eldorado star Steven Jackson of St. Louis Rams to be enshrined in local hall  Las Vegas Sun

The achievements of this high school football team seem almost unreal. The Las Vegas High 1944 state championship squad surrendered no points — not a ...



Kevin Kruger to join UNLV’s staff; Amauri Hardy will return  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former UNLV point guard Kevin Kruger is returning to the program as an assistant coach, and guards Amauri Hardy and Bryce Hamilton and forward Nick Blair ...



Football is in the Brown family's blood - High School Sports News -  Las Vegas Sun

The Eldorado High School football team's most significant game of the year is tonight when the Sundevils play at Chaparral in the annual Cleat Game. The game ...



Graduation rate hits new high but trouble spots remain among certain student groups  The Nevada Independent

Nevada's graduation rate continued its upward climb with the class of 2018, hitting 83 percent and setting a new state record. The statewide graduation rate ...



Grand jury indicts 6 in death of Eldorado High teacher  Las Vegas Sun

A grand jury has indicted six people in the murder of Eldorado High School teacher Timothy VanDerbosch. The indictment was announced Wednesday, hours ...



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.



How to report pothole issues in Southern Nevada  KTNV Las Vegas

Seeing potholes? How to report the issue and get it fixed.



New leagues: A look at the realignment proposal for all Nevada prep sports  Las Vegas Sun

The realignment committee of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association made the following recommendation today for the new 5A classification. It will be ...



Calvary Chapel girls basketball team makes most of second chance  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Calvary Chapel's girls basketball season unofficially ended Feb. 12. The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association forced the Lions to forfeit 11 games after it ...



Eldorado tops Rancho for first win - High School Sports News -  Las Vegas Sun

Jaime Rangel accounted for four touchdowns today for the Eldorado High football team in a 48-8 against Rancho to give the Sundevils their first win of the ...



161 Students from Across the Country Named 2019 US Presidential Scholars  U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced the 55th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their ...



Superintendent Traci Davis: From a rising star in Clark to an uncertain future in Washoe  Reno Gazette Journal

A rising star in Clark County, Traci Davis, now on leave of absence, had a tumultuous start when she was named WCSD superintendent.



Superintendent to meet with principals to weigh alternatives to dean cuts  The Nevada Independent

Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara announced Thursday that he would meet with district principals to discuss alternatives to his decision to ...



Coronado clips Palo Verde to secure trip to Reno for semis  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Coronado's girls volleyball team clinched a trip to Reno with an emotional victory over Palo Verde in Class 4A state quarterfinal play on Monday night.



New program to change how Clark County schools handle discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District is teaming up with the justice system to combat the school-to-prison pipeline under a new program being unveiled Friday.



Coincidental injuries, recovery help Coronado players bounce back  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The first two hitters in the Cougars' lineup both have worked their way back from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in their right knee.



UNLV announces hiring of Kevin Kruger, 2 other assistant coaches  Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV officially announced Friday the hiring of its three assistant basketball coaches — Tim Buckley, Kevin Kruger and DeMarlo Slocum.



1 dead in shooting at North Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

An 18-year-old man died after he was shot Tuesday afternoon outside a North Las Vegas high school, officials said. North Las Vegas police began receiving ...



Henderson Fire to resume seminar to help women become firefighters  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After a three-year hiatus, the Henderson Fire Department plans to bring back a seminar designed to help women interested in becoming firefighters.



Las Vegas high school, building its athletic program, finds that success builds on success  Las Vegas Sun

Sunrise Mountain High School opened in 2009, and its sports teams struggled for the first several years of the athletic program's existence. But lately, the Miners ...



2019 Nevada Preps All-State Softball Team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

First Team. P — Shelby Basso, Basic. The junior went 22-6 with two saves and a 1.74 ERA. She struck out 262 and walked 49 in 189 innings. She also hit .488 ...



Ex-UNLV coach Jim Bolla using hardcourt toughness in fight against cancer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former women's basketball coach at UNLV is determined not to let health issues keep him from watching his daughter play college volleyball.



The deans are back — at least for now — but can Clark County's superintendent regain his employees' trust?  The Nevada Independent

Last week, however, Clark County Superintendent Jesus Jara changed his mind and reinstated the dean positions. After consulting with teachers, administrators ...



High school principal enters Nevada race for Ruben Kihuen’s seat  Las Vegas Review-Journal

John Anzalone, 41, a Democrat and principal of Sierra Vista High School in Las Vegas, says he will focus his campaign on education, energy and equity.



2019 Nevada Preps All-State Boys Track Team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

First Team. Aidan Baughan, Faith Lutheran. The junior placed second in the Class 4A state meet in the 3,200-meter run and third in the 1,600. Miles Davis, Las ...



2019 Nevada Preps All-State Boys Volleyball Team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

First Team. T.J. Blanchard-Davis, Mojave. The junior was the only returning starter for the Rattlers and led the team to the Class 3A state title. He was named the ...



Freshman lawmakers get crash course in Nevada Legislature  Las Vegas Review-Journal

CARSON CITY — For eight years Alexis Hansen has watched the Nevada Legislature mostly from the sidelines or behind the scenes while her husband served ...



Liberty’s Julian Strawther to play for Puerto Rican national team  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Julian Strawther will represent Puerto Rico on its junior national team this summer at the under-17 Caribbean Championships and under-19 FIBA World Cup.



Mojave’s bid falls short in Class 3A boys state semifinals  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Elijah Jackson's rebound basket with six seconds left in overtime lifted Churchill County to a 60-59 win over Mojave in the Class 3A boys state semifinals Friday ...



First-year coach has Bishop Gorman humming ahead of state  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gregg Nunley, in his first year as Bishop Gorman's girls volleyball coach, has guided the Gaels (37-4) to the Southern Nevada championship and the area's top ...



IAAF claims Olympic champion Caster Semenya is ‘biologically male’  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The governing body of track argued in court that Olympic champion Caster Semenya is “biologically male” and that is the reason she should reduce her natural ...



Las Vegas High’s Jakob Alvarado eyes state wrestling title  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The road to a state wrestling title won't be an easy one for Las Vegas High's Jakob Alvarado. But it probably won't feel as tough as it did last season when ...



Desert Oasis baseball quintet signs with Division I schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Desert Oasis senior D.J. Jefferson brandished a cardinal Southern California hat embroidered with the school's classic logo after signing his national letter of ...



Clark County schools strive to balance school safety, punitive reforms  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District faces a tough balancing act. Not the challenge of balancing a checkbook — although that's pertinent too — but of keeping ...



One student’s story highlights Clark County schools’ struggle with violence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

D'Andre Burnett, a 17-year-old high school senior, has had s rocky educational journey. But after his arrest for fighting with a classmate, he decided to apply ...



REPORT: 30 percent of NV high schoolers say they've used illegal drugs on school grounds  News3LV

A total of 29. 8 percent of High School students say they've used illegal drugs on school grounds, according to an analysis by Project Know. The report looks at ...



Las Vegas fitness instructor honored for work with seniors, kids  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Fitness instructor Anita Stephens, a Las Vegas native, recently received national recognition from SilverSneakers — a nationwide health and fitness program for ...



Principals, school police sound off on safety concerns after another mass shooting rattles the nation  The Nevada Independent

Five Clark County School District principals, two high-ranking members of the district's police force and the chief academic officer joined The Nevada ...



Nevada Preps high school cross country preview  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at some of the top runners and teams for the cross country season.



‘Fintech’ boom evident in Las Vegas’ Money 20/20 show  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Kenneth Lin will be among the 11500 industry professionals gathering in Las Vegas starting Sunday for the biggest U.S. conference dedicated to emerging ...



New Mexico State recruit Shania Harper raises game for Sierra Vista  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Shania Harper fell just shy of a double-double average last season, logging 9.6 points and 11.3 rebounds per game for Sierra Vista. But a breakout summer ...



Clark County School District’s graduation schedule for 2018  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has released its schedule of 2018 high school graduations. Graduations began on Wednesday and run through June 1.



Meet the man who’s helped transform Nevada’s drone industry  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Take a glance around Chris Walach's office, and you'll pick up hints of his past. His desk inside the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems office — bare ...



Sun Standout Awards celebrating high school athletics set for May  Las Vegas Sun

The Las Vegas Sun is celebrating another outstanding year of high school sports in Southern Nevada, and we'd like your input in helping identify the best ...



Clark County training for school assailant stresses hiding over fighting  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When a lockdown is called in a Clark County school — whether it's a drill or a real “active assailant situation” — teachers are expected to quickly hustle students ...



Clark County schools try new approach to student discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A “separate-and-rehabilitate” model, a student tribunal and a dedicated staffer who works with students on behavioral issues all aim to proactively catch bad ...



John Anzalone hopes to bring a principal's consensus-building skills to Congress  The Nevada Independent

John Anzalone is no stranger to uphill battles. He landed his first principal job at 32, and he bested a field of 43 applicants to land the top spot at Eldorado High ...



Green Valley soccer defender focuses on senior season, then Xavier  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Green Valley senior Taylor O'Neill committed to Xavier last November and is using her senior season to prepare for her collegiate career — and to help the ...



More than 500 Clark County classroom positions remain unfilled heading into new school year  The Nevada Independent

Clark County School District officials said 530 classroom positions remained vacant at the beginning of August — up from 408 last year and 355 in 2016. Still, it's ...



Indian-American students among US Presidential Scholars  India New England

Washington– Indian-American students accounted for more than 10 per cent of the 55th class of the 2019 US Presidential Scholars, according to the Department ...



Clark, Palo Verde boys clinch region tennis titles  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark and Palo Verde boys tennis teams won region titles Friday along with Coronado's girls team.



Nevada's ACT scores rank dead last, calling into question students' college readiness  The Nevada Independent

Nevada students performed worse than their peers in every other state on a college-entrance exam known as the ACT, according to a report recently published ...



Weighted-funding law helps some schools avoid staff cuts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

This is the story of two east valley high schools, both of which weathered the most recent budget cuts ordered by the Clark County School District and came out ...



Clark County schools highlight security net after Florida shooting  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When it comes to mass violence, the Clark County School District has been lucky. The last on-campus fatal shooting was in 1990, a student-on-student incident ...



Sierra Vista High School opens the Project 150 Resource Room  Nevada Business Magazine

Sierra Vista High School will celebrate the grand opening of the Keller Williams Realty Southwest and Project 150 Resource Room.



The education examination: What did lawmakers do for students, teachers this session?  The Nevada Independent

This time two years ago, lawmakers had closed the book on what Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval had christened “The Education Session.” Movement in ...



Nevada governor candidate Sisolak lays out education plan  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After saying he would donate his salary until education in Nevada was fixed last month, Democratic governor candidate Steve Sisolak on Monday rolled out his ...



Desert Oasis players participating in MLB event  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The 2018 Breakthrough Series will feature D.J. Jefferson and Aaron Roberts, both of whom just finished their junior years at Desert Oasis. Jefferson is committed ...



Clark County special ed teachers see workload grow after budget cuts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The teachers, who already put in long days and take work home, will see their caseloads grow from a maximum of 22 students to 24. That will require more ...



Tentative plea deal still in works for teen charged in teacher's death  Las Vegas Sun

One of three remaining defendants charged with multiple felonies in the Oct. 20, 2010, robbery and death of Timothy VanDerbosch, a Las Vegas high school ...



16-year-old pleads guilty to reduced charges in teacher death case  Las Vegas Sun

A 16-year-old boy who is one of six people accused in the October robbery, beating and eventual death of an Eldorado High School teacher is expected to be ...



High school football melee ended by pepper spray being investigated  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District Police Captain Ken Young said Monday his team is still gathering information about the use of pepper spray Friday to break up a ...



Clark County schools target policy for firearms on campus  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County school officials are working on a policy that would spell out when teachers and other staffers can carry firearms on campus as allowed by a Nevada ...



Liberty pitcher shuts down Basic in Sunrise softball tournament  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Liberty pitcher Soraya Seumalo threw a complete game to propel the Patriots to a 5-1 road victory in the second round of the double-elimination Sunrise Region ...



Coffee shop owner joins Las Vegas City Council race  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sherman Avery Ray is joining the race for the Las Vegas' Ward 1 City Council seat. Ray joins former Las Vegas city employee Brian Knudsen in the race to ...



Centennial dedicates softball win to deceased classmates  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Early Thursday morning, Centennial's softball team learned that three classmates had died in California when their car was struck by a suspected drunken driver ...



Coronado wins Class 4A golf crown  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Benjamin Sawaia knew exactly how he wanted to celebrate. He gathered his teammates, ripped off his shirt and went to the bridge. Coronado shot a two-day ...



Las Vegas Valley standouts play at elite girls basketball camp  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Girls basketball luminary Mike Flynn stood in the middle of Tarkanian Basketball Academy — surrounded by some of the best young players in the country ...



Coronado’s Jaden Hardy caps summer at Chris Paul’s basketball camp  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The 6-foot-5-inch combo guard has 12 Division I scholarship offers and is concluding the summer with a three-day stint at Houston Rockets star Chris Paul's Elite ...



Former Bishop Gorman star Cadyn Grenier selected by Orioles in MLB Draft  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Cadyn Grenier, a former standout at Bishop Gorman High School, was selected 37th overall by the Orioles in Monday's draft. The last local player to be selected ...



CCSD's balancing act: Preventing school violence while protecting student equality  Las Vegas Sun

From the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, to the day-to-day disturbances that unfold in classrooms, incidences of violence on school campuses have ...



New Mexico regents vote again to cut men’s soccer, other teams  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Regents at New Mexico's flagship university on Friday voted for a second time to cut men's soccer and other teams, citing longstanding financial challenges ...



Centennial sweeps Foothill for first state volleyball title since 2003  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A baby blue banner turned up on the floor of Arbor View's gymnasium Thursday night, featuring the phrase “2018 State Champs” as Centennial's boys volleyball ...



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