Superintendent: Kids Are The Cheating Victims

The Nevada Schools Superintendent says test scores were altered following testing of students at Kelly Elementary in Las Vegas in 2012, and that students were not coached during the test, as alleged by a tipster.


Mike O'Callaghan Middle School (photo: CBS Las Vegas)

School Fight Was Not Bullying

Clark County School District Police are speaking about a fight, which sent a middle school girl to the hospital last week.


(photo courtesy: University Medical Center)

School Beating Sends Girl To Hospital

Clark County School District officials say the fight Wednesday involved students at Mike O’Callaghan Middle School, located in the northeast part of the Las Vegas valley.


Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush  (Photo by Andy Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Jeb Bush Tours Las Vegas School

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is visiting Las Vegas to tour one of the top-rated public schools in the state and talk with Nevada leaders about the growth of digital learning.


Clark County School District officials hold press conferenece announcing 5 employees have been placed on leave following investigation. (photo courtesy: CCSD)

5 CCSD Workers Placed On Leave

Five CCSD employees have been placed on leave as part of an investigation into the possible misuse of public funds.


(Photo: S. Stone/KXNT)

Alleged Misuse Of CCSD Funds

Clark County School District officials confirm that Las Vegas Metro Police have searched two CCSD offices and are interviewing some staff over possible financial misconduct.


photo CCSD

School Kids Get A Move On

More than 20,000 local school kids participate in the annual Get Nevada Moving event, which encourages kids and parents to walk or bike to school, relieving traffic congestion and raising pedestrian safety awareness.


(Photo: S. Stone/KXNT)

School District Tackles Bullying

The nation’s fifth-largest school district has created a anti-bullying task force.


Booking photo of Tanikka Queen (provided by: LVMPD)

Texts, Calls Led to Teacher’s Sex Arrest

CCSD Police say there were thousands of texts between the teacher and an 8th grader during mid-Feburary.


photo courtesy Clark County School District

17 Schools Get New Attendance Boundaries

School Board votes to follow Zoning Committee recommendations