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.
Child, who has so far refused to make public statements about the edict handed down by district administrators earlier this week, will discuss the restrictions on The Alan Stock Show at 4 p.m. Friday.
Under the guidelines issued to Child Monday, the elected trustee must receive a written request from the district superintendent or designated school administrator to appear at any CCSD campus if he’s not attending a public event. In addition, Child is also required to have a written invitation approved by the superintendent to enter the district’s administrative offices or to speak with any district staff.
The district has not commented on the specific incidents that led to the restrictions.
However, Clark County Education Association Executive Director John Vellardita told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Child has made “inappropriate unprofessional gestures” to employees as well as making unannounced visits and directives that disrupt classes put staffers on edge.