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Following fight, Mojave High School students share safety concerns  FOX5 Las Vegas

Students and parents at Mojave High School expressed safety concerns following a fight Tuesday.



Staff member injured, student arrested after fight at Mojave High School  FOX5 Las Vegas

Students fighting at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas injured a staff member, according to the Clark County School District.



Mojave High School parent letter  FOX5 Las Vegas

Students fighting at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas injured a staff member, according to the Clark County School District. Facebook · Twitter · SMS ...



Police arrest student with loaded handgun at Mojave High School  FOX5 Las Vegas

A Mojave High School student was arrested with a loaded handgun Wednesday, according to Clark County School District Police.



Students who walked out at Mojave High want better school safety, not new gun laws  FOX5 Las Vegas

A group of students at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas walked out of class on Friday to send a message that they want their school to be safer.



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 ...



North Las Vegas teenager speaks for all state’s students  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Mojave High School student Ashley Macias is serving as the voice of all Nevada students on the State Board of Education. She's also serving as a student ...



CCSD police confiscate BB gun at Mojave High School  FOX5 Las Vegas

Clark County School District police confiscated a BB gun from a Mojave High School student on Monday, the school's principal said on Twitter.



Family seeks answers 3 years after teen killed outside North Las Vegas school  KTNV Las Vegas

It's been nearly three years since Taylor Brantley was killed outside Mojave High School and his killer still has not been caught.



Las Vegas students deck the stalls with inspirational messages — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Mojave High School student council members helped renovate the school's bathrooms by painting positive messages and images on the stall doors Friday.



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

Four elementary schools and one high school were placed on lockdowns Friday after receiving multiple “non-credible” threatening phone calls, the Clark County ...



Serious incidents involving Las Vegas valley schools in 2018-19  KTNV Las Vegas

This is an ongoing list of serious incidents at Las Vegas valley schools for the 2018-19 school year. RELATED: CCSD police discuss guns on campus.



Metal detectors considered after rash of school gun incidents  Las Vegas Sun

With seven gun-related incidents on school grounds this year, including the fatal shooting of a high school student Tuesday in North Las Vegas, officials are ...



Boy, 16, shot dead during fight outside Mojave High School  Las Vegas Sun

A 16-year-old boy was fatally shot near a North Las Vegas high school this afternoon in a fight involving 40 to 60 people. Officers were called to investigate a ...



Police: Student with gun arrested at Mojave High School  Las Vegas Sun

A Mojave High School student found in possession of a gun was arrested today, according to Clark County School District Police. Officials became aware of the ...



Memorial grows for teen shot, killed near Mojave High School  KLAS-TV

A community in North Las Vegas is still in shock over the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy near Mojave High School.



Mojave High School robotics program awarded grant from Amazon and VanTrust  KTNV Las Vegas

Amazon and VanTrust Real Estate made a donation of $10000 to Mojave High Schools new manufacturing and robotics program to commemorate the ...



CCSD creates Safe Voice app so students, parents can report school threats  KLAS-TV

Earlier this week, the state of Nevada announced the launch of a mobile app where students and parents can report threats to students or schools, including ...



Clark County school budget cuts won’t be applied equally  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As Clark County schools struggle to erase more than $60 million in red ink for the second year in a row, the burden is falling more heavily on the “haves” more ...



Here is the Review-Journal’s Preps Coach of the Year  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In his second year as head coach, Abraham Gonzalez led the Rattlers on an incredible turnaround. After going 1-8 in 2016, Mojave was 10-3 and advanced to ...



Nevada law could send hundreds of teachers packing  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A 2015 state law requiring teachers to pass a three-credit college course on “family engagement” will lead the state to send letters to 900 educators this week ...



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.



At Mojave High, program for misbehaving students is detention hall on steroids  Las Vegas Sun

The harsh florescent lights flicker inside a portable classroom behind Mojave High School where three students work in silence, their brows furrowed as they ...



Most Clark County high schools improved graduation rates last year  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Graduation rates at the 56 schools in Clark County generally improved in the 2016-17 school year, with Laughlin Junior/Senior High School leading the charge ...



CSN and CCSD Start New Dual Credit Pilot Program at Mojave High School  Nevada Business Magazine

CSN is pleased to announce a new dual enrollment pilot program at Mojave High School, allowing high school students to enroll in college courses.



Principal hits streets in quest to bring students back to class  Las Vegas Sun

Antonio Rael takes a deep breath and rings the front door bell. Dogs start barking from within the house, the noise piercing the morning quiet. A few foreclosure ...



Rival unions vie for the loyalty of Clark County teachers  Las Vegas Review-Journal

For some teachers, requesting that they choose between dueling local unions is akin to asking a small child to pick which divorced parent to live with.



Last day to register for CCSD summer is near  KTNV Las Vegas

The final day to register for Clark County School District's (CCSD) second summer school session is June 30, from 7:30 a.m.-noon.



Las Vegas-area high school football players cause trouble in Utah  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Football players from four Las Vegas area high schools have landed in hot water in recent weeks after incidents involving firecrackers, smoke bombs and a drug ...



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 ...



Northwest and North Las Vegas seeing eight new schools under construction  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A new school year means new classes, teachers and a *fresh* start for thousands of Clark County School District students. As students gear up for the new year, ...



Some alarmed by early bell times for high schools  Las Vegas Sun

Nicole Jewell scans her classroom as the first bell rings. Several seats in her first-period English class are still empty. “I don't know where everyone's at this ...



JAG Nevada to Hold Career Clothing Drive for Students  Nevada Business Magazine

JAG Nevada is helping its students make a stellar first impression in front of prospective employers by hosting its first annual Career Clothing Drive.



Police: Student took loaded gun to Sierra Vista HS  FOX5 Las Vegas

Clark County School District police confirmed a student took a loaded handgun to campus at Sierra Vista High School Thursday morning.



Financial education pilot program in Clark County high schools shows promise  Las Vegas Sun

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, policymakers across the country have turned their attention toward teaching youngsters about personal finance. It's not ...



UPDATE: Family, friends remember North Las Vegas motorcycle crash victim  KTNV Las Vegas

Donald Dixon was just days away from celebrating his 19thbirthday. Instead, his family and friends are now mourning the loss of the man killed in Thursday's ...



More than 500 receive diplomas at Clark County School District summer graduation  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After signing up for a tutor and cramming for a standardized reading test, Laura Elizabeth Vasquez was among Tuesday's graduates, officially retiring her ...



North Las Vegas elementary school honors fallen police officer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

He has been gone for 22 years, but an honorable legacy remains for Raul Elizondo, a police officer who died in the line of duty in 1995. On Wednesday, the ...



Aces cut Las Vegan Sequoia Holmes, two others  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegan Sequoia Holmes was among three cuts made by the Aces on Wednesday. They also waived forwards Cierra Burdick and Ivey Slaughter, giving them ...



Why Is Patrick Harper Still An NLV Murder Suspect?  KNPR

More than a year ago, North Las Vegas police arrested Patrick Harper for murder. He was held in jail for two weeks until the Clark County District Attorney ...



Governor's first School Safety Task Force meeting underway  KOLO

CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO)- Governor Sandoval will be meeting May 3, 2018 with members of the Statewide School Safety Task Force, which he created with ...



I-Team: Witness in one murder case is suspect in another  KLAS-TV

Reginald Holland-Houston is in jail facing a murder charge. He was a witnesses to a murder last year. Another witness to that murder was killed Friday near ...



I-Team: Las Vegas a hotbed for military recruiting  KLAS-TV

Thousands of young graduates in southern Nevada are choosing to serve their country. Las Vegas stands out in military recruitment. The I-Team traveled to Fort ...



How students are overcoming the nation's education inequality  Las Vegas Sun

Higher education opens so many doors. But what about the door to college? For those aspiring to be the first in their families to reach that level, the challenges ...



Elko boys beat Lowry by 19 points, 49-30  Elko Daily Free Press

WINNEMUCCA – For the first half, the Elko boys basketball team appeared it would turn Tuesday's game against Lowry into a running clock.



5 charged in 3 months: School District battles history of personnel violating students  Las Vegas Sun

Over the past 10 years, more than 30 Clark County School District employees have been arrested for alleged sexual ...



14 schools earn five-star status in School District's high school rankings  Las Vegas Sun

The Clark County School District released its high school rankings Thursday at Cimarron-Memorial High School. But unlike earlier this year, when elementary ...



CONTACT 13: Is a CCSD police shortage compromising your children's safety?  KTNV Las Vegas

As Clark County parents prepare to send their kids back to school on Monday, will they be safe? The people who protect them say no. Contact 13 investigates ...



Nevada governor names members of school safety task force  News3LV

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has announced the members of the state's school safety task force.The governor's office said in a statement Thursday that former ...



Is Las Vegas a good place to raise a family?  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nationally, Las Vegas is known as the city of slot machines and 24-hour strip clubs. Billboards serve as a constant reminder of all “Sin City” has to offer.



Storms bring flooding, power outages to Las Vegas Valley — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A storm system caused flooding and traffic problems as it passed over the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday afternoon. The National Weather *Service* initially ...



Parents, teachers clash at CCSD meeting to address sexual misconduct  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Electronic communication between students and teachers became a point of contention between educators and parents Thursday night, as the Clark County ...



Police make second arrest in shooting of 16-year-old  Las Vegas Sun

North Las Vegas Police said they have arrested a second suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy last month.



The resurrection of North Las Vegas  Las Vegas Sun

In 2012, North Las Vegas declared a state of fiscal emergency and trashed its bond rating. The state considered taking over, but the city was given a chance to ...



Catch NFL action at Carnevale Gallery  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Peyton Manning and Cam Newton won't hit the field until Sunday, when they lead the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, respectively, into the ...



Beyond the startup-fueled buzz and stumbles, Las Vegas is building a sustainable scene  Las Vegas Sun

Downtown's tech hotbed may have cooled, but the scene is alive and growing on a wider map, especially when it comes to needed infrastructure.



Stewart school’s intimate graduation celebrates students’ strengths  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Wednesday night's ceremony at Helen J. Stewart School marked the first graduation for the Clark County School District this year. The intimate ceremony ...



Report raises questions about Nevada's school accountability under No Child Left Behind waiver  Las Vegas Sun

In the 2011-12 school year, Nevada had 225 schools that were deemed failing under No Child Left Behind. After Nevada received its waiver, the state Education ...



Elizondo's new principal empathizes with struggling students  Las Vegas Sun

Keith France raises his hand in a peace sign high above the crowd like a conductor about to lead an orchestra through a Mozart symphony. The cacophony from ...



Helldorado Days parade cheers Las Vegas’ founding, Wild West roots  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Saturday's Helldorado Days parade lasted nearly two hours, as groups marched, danced, trotted, drummed or drove along the nearly mile-long stretch of Fourth ...



Las Vegas churches take their caffeine seriously  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Coffee, tea and Christianity. Las Vegas Valley churches take their caffeine consumption seriously.



Analysis finds correlation between high education spending, high graduation rates  Las Vegas Sun

Public education advocates have long argued that more school spending results in better student performance. They point to states like Nevada as proof this ...



Long road to graduation: Faces of adult education  Las Vegas Sun

When the economy struggles, Nevada's Adult Education programs thrive. This year was no exception in the Clark County School District, which served nearly ...



Newsmakers, April 17-24, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Air Force Airman Garrett L. Dunn graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. Dunn is the son of Lucy Dunn of Las ...



CCSD’s draft policy on staff-student communications a good start, experts say  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Draft rules on use of social media and other forms of electronic communication unveiled Wednesday by the Clark County School District are a good start, experts ...



Parkland to Columbine School Shootings List  Westword

Reporters and anchors covering yesterday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, frequently mentioned the disturbing ...



Newsmakers, April 10-16  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Siena Prenger of Las Vegas, an eighth-grader at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School, was presented March 17 with an engraved silver medallion to ...



Five Las Vegas high schools scrubbed amid norovirus fears  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Five Las Vegas Valley high schools and their athletic facilities are being cleaned in the wake of last week's norovirus outbreak linked to a visiting football team.



Cadets make over home of mother whose soldier son died in Iraq  Las Vegas Review-Journal

With shovels, hoes and wheelbarrows, a platoon of teenage cadets launched their assault Saturday as the sun rose over Marina Vance's Henderson home.



Las Vegas power brokers unaware of WNBA team’s move to valley  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The mystery surrounding the relocation of a WNBA team to Las Vegas and its buyer continues to grow. But the team reportedly already has a coach and general ...



Las Vegas festival celebrates pets, benefits shelters — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Pets and their owners got a chance to spend some quality time together at the Family, Fur and Fun Festival held Saturday at Mountain's Edge's Exploration Park ...



Highlighting achievements, March 31, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

New citizens recognized: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area welcomed 103 new U.S. citizens ...



Highlighting achievements, March 3, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

United Way of Southern Nevada announced the appointments of Elaina Mule as Vice President of Collective Impact and Social Innovation and Angel Williams ...



Newsmakers, July 17-23, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Mikayla Kelly, a graduate of St. Viator School, was recently crowned Miss Jr. Teen Nevada United States 2014. She will go to Washington, D.C., to compete for ...



Judge: Lawyers should have questioned witness payment sooner  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Both sides of the criminal justice system — defense and prosecution — appeared to fall short in the case of a 2008 after-school shooting, a Clark County judge ...



Newsmakers, Dec. 25-31, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Patti Shock, a founding member and academic consultant for The International School of Hospitality, has won three lifetime achievement awards this year.



Columbine to Oregon's Umpqua College: A tragic list of school shootings since 1999  Westword

Update: Periodically, we've compiled rosters of school shootings that have taken place since the attack on Columbine High School — and such incidents appear ...



Shriners Open tournament director gains new perspective  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Adam Sperling always has taken pride as being a fundraising czar.



The Columbine effect: A horrific roster of school shootings since 1999  Westword

The most resonant information that's come my way thus far today in relation to the anniversary of the April 20, 1999 shootings at Columbine High School was ...



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