A new report from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas shows that Nevada kindergartners are less likely to spend long hours in front of a TV, and fewer of them are overweight.
Over 50 Clark County elementary schools are accepting registrations now for extended kindergarten classes that will start this fall.
Implementing full-day kindergarten is a priority for Democrats in the Nevada Legislature, but the ambitious proposal comes with an as yet undetermined price tag or funding.
Education is the key the future and the Clark County wants to be able to provide the best tools to secure the success of children.
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