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Lawmakers Aim to End Suit Against Vegas-Area Schools Breakup

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers are moving quickly on a measure to effectively end a lawsuit aimed at preventing the breakup of one of the nation’s largest school districts. 103 more words

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Vegas Teen Arrested for Threatening to Shoot High School

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Police say a 16-year-old boy was arrested for threatening to shoot his high school on social media.

Police arrested the boy Tuesday on charges of making terroristic threats. 93 more words

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Clark County School District Partners with USA Sevens for HSBC Adopt A Country Program

February 7, 2017

Clark County School District Partners with USA Sevens for HSBC Adopt A Country Program

USA Sevens Rugby Release: Lea Komitzky, Feb. 7, 2017… 1,208 more words

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Clark County School District Restates Sanctuary Policy

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Amid stories of schoolchildren taunting classmates that they face deportation under a new president, school trustees in Las Vegas approved a measure Thursday to reassure students and families that they have immigration safe haven regardless of their citizenship status. 513 more words

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Clark County School District Considering Sanctuary Declaration

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas-area school trustee said Wednesday she wants to declare the nation’s fifth-largest public school district an immigration sanctuary for students and staff, regardless of their citizenship status. 436 more words

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LVMPD: Gibson Middle School Gun Case was 11th This School Year

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas school police say the arrest of two middle school students accused of bringing a gun and bullets to campus marked the 11th weapon case this school year. 106 more words

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EXCLUSIVE: Controversial CCSD Trustee Kevin Child Talks with Alan Friday

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – He’s the Clark County School District trustee at the center of an expanding controversy…and Friday, Kevin Child will speak exclusively to KXNT’s Alan Stock about unusual new guidelines restricting his access to district campuses and classrooms. 152 more words

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