(Las Vegas, NV) — School buses are ready to roll in Las Vegas. A new week marks the beginning of a new school year in Clark County.
320,000 students are expected to be attending classes. Last year’s enrollment was around 316,000.
Clark County is still looking for teachers, many substitutes will be used to help fill the gaps as the district is still hundreds of teachers short. Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky tells FM News 100.5 KXNT there are a number of reasons for the shortages but classes will proceed and the students won’t suffer.
Motorists are asked to be extra careful and on the alert for students and parents.