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Silverado High School students walk out over gun violence  FOX5 Las Vegas

Students at Silverado High School took part in a national walk out protesting gun violence.



ONLY ON 8: Did this homework assignment at Silverado High School go too far?  KLAS-TV

LAS VEGAS - It's called the "Perfect Murder" paper. Here are the requirements: 1. You must kill the person. 2. You must know the person you kill. 3. You may only ...



Racist graffiti painted on track at Las Vegas’ Silverado High School  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Police searching for suspects or leads, say crime could bring either destruction of property charge or a hate-crime charge if it was determined to be aimed at a ...



Threats against Las Vegas valley high schools not credible  KTNV Las Vegas

Liberty High School says that a threat that it received through SafeVoice is not credible and it is safe for children to go to school. The school district notified ...



Silverado High School band prepares for competition — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Silverado High School marching band practice five days a week as they prepare for the 2017 Siverado Showdown marching competition.



Freshmen lead Desert Pines past Silverado  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jamir Stephens made a three-point play, and Milos Uzan hit a key 3-pointer to stop Silverado comebacks, as the sixth-ranked Jaguars held on for a 65-54 home ...



Threats against Henderson high schools deemed not credible  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County School District police and the Metropolitan Police Department investigated threats made against Foothill and Liberty high schools on Sunday but ...



Silverado High School coach sentenced to five years' probation for misconduct with minor  News3LV

A Silverado High School volunteer coach who was convicted on charges of misconduct with a child learned his fate in court.Jordan Turner is now on probation ...



Volunteer football coach at Silverado High School is accused of sexual misconduct  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A volunteer football coach at Silverado High School was accused of sexual misconduct on Friday with a 16-year-old female student, Clark County School District ...



ProStart restaurant program provides recipe for success for Silverado High School culinary students  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In this restaurant, the chefs are also high school students, and the kitchen is a classroom. Silverado is part of the nationwide ProStart program, which unites ...



Faith Lutheran loses to Silverado when darkness halts baseball game  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Faith Lutheran scored five runs in the top of the seventh to take the lead, but the game was called because of darkness in the bottom of the seventh. By rule, the ...



Study shows Nevada schools have largest average class sizes  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The state is at the forefront of a national debate, after a study from the National Education Association found that that the state had the largest average class ...



Third teen arrested in shooting death of 17-year-old after gun game  News3LV

UPDATEON JUNE 14According to Officer Scott Williams with Henderson Police, a third juvenilewas taken into custody Wednesday, June 13.The arrest took ...



Randall Cunningham not retained as coach by Las Vegas high school  USA TODAY High School Sports

Silverado High (Las Vegas) decided not to retain former four-time Pro Bowler Randall Cunningham as its football coach, Cunningham told NVPreps.com.



High school journalists recognized with Review-Journal awards  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The all-female staff of student journalists at Green Valley High School took home top honors Monday at the 42nd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School ...



Nevada high school graduation rates inch up with fifth year added  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Data looks at students who earned credits to receive a diploma after a fifth year of study.



UPDATE: Second teen charged with murder in Matthew Minkler's death  KTNV Las Vegas

One of three teens arrested in connection with Matthew Minkler's death has had his charge changed to murder.



Henderson police ID juvenile suspects in killing of Las Vegas teen  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The two juvenile suspects in the killing of 17-year-old Matthew Minkler, whose body was found inside an abandoned Henderson house, have been identified.



UPDATE: Smaller than normal crowd at gender diversity meeting  KTNV Las Vegas

The Department of Education held its gender diversity meeting Friday even though many parents expressed concern about the timing of the meeting.



COMMENTARY: Clark County School District is facing a financial crisis  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Recent editorials from the Review-Journal continue to mislead the public about both funding and achievement at the Clark County School District.



Nevada Preps Preview: Schools fighting for playoff spots — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ben Gotz and Elaine Emerson go over all the high school basketball matchups to watch as teams are starting to look for a playoff opportunity.



Legacy's Valenzuela unleashes air attack against Silverado - High School Sports News -  Las Vegas Sun

Roberto Valenzuela threw for 227 yards and four touchdowns to lead Legacy to a dominant 46-10 opening night win over Silverado Friday night ...



Another arrest made in connection to a Henderson teen's death, family calls it murder  News3LV

Another teenager is behind bars in connection to the murder of 17-year-old Silverado High School student, Matthew Minkler.Henderson Police haven't released ...



Police: Suspect shot Las Vegas teen in modified ‘Russian roulette’  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Matthew Minkler, the teenager whose body was found inside an abandoned Henderson house late Friday, was killed during a modified game of “Russian ...



Loved ones remember slain Las Vegas teen at vigil  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A week after a 17-year-old boy was shot dead inside of a Henderson home, several dozen of his loved ones gathered Friday night to honor the teen with a kind ...



Clark County schools set process for retroactive high school diplomas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students who think they are eligible for a high school diploma from the Clark County School District under a new state policy should send their requests to the ...



Clark County, UNLV students plan to join gun violence walkout  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Hundreds of Clark County students are expected to walk out of classes on Wednesday as part of a national event to remember the victims of last month's mass ...



Prep softball players to watch for 2019  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Softball players to watch. P — Shelby Basso, Basic. The junior led Nevada with 203 strikeouts in 176⅔ innings and powered the Wolves to the first Sunrise ...



Family, friends say goodbye to slain Henderson teen but still hope for answers  News3LV

Friday night, family and friends gathered to remember 17-year-old Mathew Minkler.The Silverado High School student was shot and killed a week ago.



Third boy arrested in fatal shooting of Las Vegas teen  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A third teenager has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old boy in Henderson last week, police said. Detectives tracked down the teen and arrested ...



Former volunteer football coach sentenced to 18 months in prison  FOX5 Las Vegas

Jordan Turner, a former volunteer football coach at Silverado High School, was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in prison for sexually motivated coercion.



CCSD employees arrested during 2016-17 school year  KTNV Las Vegas

Here you'll find the most up-to-date information on this year's CCSD teacher arrests.



Las Vegas High escapes Silverado with 6-4 baseball win  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas almost lost a six-run lead after Silverado scored four and loaded the bases with two outs. But the Wildcats escaped with a 6-4 road victory in the ...



COMMENTARY: A strong vote for school choice  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Primary education in Nevada is in a pitiful state, with no obvious path of exit or reform. Clark County has the fifth-largest school district in the nation and some of ...



After 500 wins, Silverado High’s Brian Whitaker still teaches baseball ‘the right way’  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Brian Whitaker didn't do much running last week, and I'm not sure he was in the mood for sweets as his team lost to Basic 11-3, instead making lineup and ...



Students who walked out at Mojave High want better school safety, not new gun laws  FOX5 Las Vegas

A group of students at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas walked out of class on Friday to send a message that they want their school to be safer.



Arrest made in the shooting death of a man killed in front of his home near Silverado H.S.  News3LV

UPDATE: Rene Alfaro, 33, was arrested Monday in connection to the shooting dead of a man near Silverado High school.Officers located Alfaro at a residence ...



Nevada releases ‘weighted funding’ list for Clark County schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

About 100 Clark County schools will benefit from almost $31 million in “weighted funding” for struggling students from the state for the 2018-19 year, officials ...



COMMENTARY:  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada, and especially the Las Vegas Valley, is home to the nation's most dynamic landscape for growth in the demand for K-12 education. Projections by the ...



EDITORIAL: Students on the move need school choice  Las Vegas Review-Journal

If you want to succeed in school, sticking with one school long enough to figure out where your classrooms are is a good place to start. Unfortunately, that's not a ...



Ex-high school coach convicted of sexual exploitation of player  Las Vegas Sun

A former Silverado High School softball coach faces up to 30 years in prison after being convicted of the sexual exploitation of a minor, federal prosecutors ...



COMMENTARY: Polls show Nevada parents want more school choice  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Support cuts across a wide range of groups — including ethnic, racial and political party identification.



Freshman Milos Uzan has Desert Pines poised for playoff run  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Milos Uzan, the coach's son, has led the Jaguars in scoring, assists and steals and has them on a 13-game winning streak as they prepare for the Mountain ...



COMMENTARY: Nevada lawmakers must make a down payment on the state’s future  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada ranks 45th in education funding and was given an F in fiscal effort by the Education Law Center. This underwhelming feat was accomplished because ...



Changing of the grads a well-orchestrated exercise at Las Vegas casino  Las Vegas Review-Journal

By end of day Friday, the Orleans Arena will have hosted 28 graduations in eight days. They average four ceremonies a day: 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m..



Las Vegas teen arrested after threatening shooting at Rancho High  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A 16-year-old male student was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly threatening to shoot up Rancho High School in Las Vegas. Police said the student, who ...



Desert Pines eager to play region final after weather delay  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Desert Pines will meet Arbor View on Saturday for the Mountain Region championship. Seven-time defending state champion Bishop Gorman will play Clark in ...



COMMENTARY: Nevada officials know of DOE’s plutonium shipments  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The agency was as transparent about this movement as operational security would permit.



Silverado line overpowers Faith Lutheran  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Keikiokalani Misipeka ran for 218 yards and four touchdowns, and the host Skyhawks pushed around Faith Lutheran in the first half on the way to a 36-20 ...



Cimarron-Memorial volunteer coach arrested for having sex with student  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A volunteer wrestling coach at Cimarron-Memorial High School was arrested in March after admitting to having sex with a 17-year-old student who wrestled at ...



COMMENTARY: Nevada judge fumbles ruling on Storey County muckraker  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As Sunshine week unfolds across Nevada, I find myself swirling in the midst of a maelstrom that has attracted national attention. This controversy takes aim at ...



Nearly 1000 students debate big issues at 61st Sun Youth Forum  Las Vegas Sun

For six decades, Las Vegas' brightest high school students have busted out of the classroom, letting professors, police chiefs, judges and CEOs know where ...



COMMENTARY: Green New Deal a peaen on to naive idealism  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The highly publicized resolution known as the Green New Deal, inspired by the fevered socialism of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, insists that it is “the duty of the ...



Teens face judge in 17-year-old’s slaying in vacant Henderson home  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Two teenagers faced a judge for the first time Wednesday in connection with the shooting death of a 17-year-old boy inside a vacant Henderson home.



Former NFL players Randall Cunningham, Vernon Fox are high school coaches on a mission  USA TODAY High School Sports

Former NFL quarterback Randall Cunningham speaks to his team at Silverado High in Las Vegas (Photo: Joshua Dahl, USA TODAY Sports). LAS VEGAS ...



COMMENTARY: Promise of free college might be an empty mirage  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Gubernatorial candidates in Maryland, Arizona, Connecticut and at least seven other states — plus even more candidates for Congress — are running on plans ...



COMMENTARY: Science and engineering versus NIMBY politics  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In regard to the reaction by Nevada politicians to the Department of Energy's shipment of plutonium to Nevada: Why does the Nevada political establishment ...



Newsmakers,Oct. 9-15, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jay Samuel Bernstein, a graduate of Green Valley High School, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force. An F16 pilot (and ...



Training failures major cause of CCSD sexual misconduct crisis  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has no social media or text-messaging policies for employee-student communications and heavily relies on a vague, outdated ...



COMMENTARY: Is Question 6 — raising renewable energy mandates — good for Nevada?  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Liberals love to talk about helping the poor and the middle class. So why are Nevada Democrats pushing one of the most regressive taxes in modern times?



COMMENTARY: Gov. Steve Sisolak has an opportunity on state water policy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The 2018 election cycle was unlike any other for water politics in Nevada. The top candidates for governor wisely denounced the Southern Nevada Water ...



Man accused in sexual assault of UNLV student had previous arrest  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The 21-year-old man accused of abducting and forcing a UNLV student to perform a sexual act on him last week had a previous arrest at a Las Vegas high ...



Controversial topics produce division, broaden understanding  Las Vegas Sun

The aftermath of the 2016 state and presidential elections resonated in many of the issues we discussed, such as the death penalty and police brutality.



Clark County DA warns CCSD staff of prosecutions for sexual misconduct  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson delivered a strong message Monday to school employees after recent arrests for sexual misconduct sparked an ...



Nevada gender diverse regulation may move forward next week  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After listening to hours of testimony Friday, Nevada Department of Education officials may move forward next week with a regulation to help protect transgender ...



COMMENTARY: Nevada Medicaid expansion has been a roaring success  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Beware those who seek to reform the federal program.



Following the spirit of freedom  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Rising to stand beside President Trump on the East Room dais felt, to me, like floating. When he clasped America's highest civilian honor around my neck, I was ...



COMMENTARY: On global warming, it’s mission impossible  Las Vegas Review-Journal

If there were any doubt before, there should be none now. “Solving” the global climate change problem may be humankind's mission impossible. That's the gist ...



Health Savings Accounts — a bipartisan way to reduce healthcare costs for Nevadans  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In one fell swoop, incumbent members of Congress could save consumers money, drive down healthcare costs, and burnish their bipartisan credentials before ...



Former teacher copes with Parkinson’s, disease that killed his brother  Las Vegas Review-Journal

John Cwik was walking through the Bellagio with his wife and daughter in January 2014 when he suddenly sensed that strangers were lining the walls around ...



CCSD working group makes recommendations on possible gender diverse policy  News3LV

The Clark County School District (CCSD) is holding five public meetings and opening a survey to ask students, staff, families and community members to provide ...



Infielders Peter Alonso, Jeff McNeil join Las Vegas 51s  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The two were hitting well at Double-A Binghamton before their promotions.



Meet Chuck Jackson: music director, reformed tuba player  Las Vegas Sun

Between Silverado High School and the Las Vegas Youth Philharmonic, Chuck Jackson works with about 180 students a week. “As much as I loved playing the ...



Highlighting achievements, Nov. 10, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Read about Las Vegas Valley residents' awards and achievements.



More schools to test students for drug use  Las Vegas Sun

Green Valley High School administrators say the success of their year-old random drug testing program can be seen in the lower numbers of drug users they are ...



High School exams must go  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Two sessions ago, the Legislature replaced the high school proficiency exams with end-of-course exams to be developed by the state Board of Education.



Wife says former principal being thrown under bus over national conference charges  Las Vegas Sun

At least one Clark County School Board member and Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky knew of Sunrise Mountain High School's plans to host a national ...



Courting a congregation: Pastor hoops it up to attract people to the church  Las Vegas Sun

Heiden Ratner, a lifelong basketball junkie, is a regular in the recreational basketball league at the Tarkanian Basketball Academy because those games feature ...



Students at five low-income Clark County schools getting iPads  Las Vegas Sun

The Clark County School District launched its largest iPad program to date Thursday, putting nearly 6500 tablet computers into the hands of students and staff at ...



Clark County teacher vacancies are still a moving target as school year opens  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District appears to have made great strides in shrinking its chronic teacher shortage. Praise for the district's recruiting efforts, however, ...



COMMENTARY: Nevadans must avail themselves of mental health services  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Many of us have recently been made aware that suicide rates are rising sharply across the country. With news of recent celebrity suicides, mental health is now ...



Sunrise Mountain runner lends fallen rival a helping hand  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As the fast runners headed for the tape, Christian Jackson of Palo Verde High took a hard tumble. Steven Walker thought somebody should do something.



Over 2,000 march in downtown Las Vegas for end to gun violence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The backdrop of Las Vegas City Hall disappeared Saturday morning behind a wall of raised fists clenched in anger, optimism and solidarity.



Teachers describe state's evaluation law as 'unfair and inhumane'  Las Vegas Sun

Hearing teachers tell it, however, the law is inherently flawed. For starters, standardized test results arrive long after the school year actually ends. By the time the ...



COMMENTARY: Revamping the U.S. Senate is a fantasy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Almost uniquely among constitutional provisions, and unlike the Electoral College, the assignment of two senators to every state regardless of population is ...



West Point cadet from Las Vegas flies high at national skydiving competition — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It took more than a bird or a plane to draw attention at Florida Skydiving Center in Lake Wales, Fla., on Jan. 1. But 21-year-old Las Vegas local and West Point ...



51s feature two Las Vegas products in Paul Sewald and Chasen Bradford  Las Vegas Review-Journal

This marks the first time the Las Vegas Triple-A team has featured two local products in the same season. Paul Sewald went to Bishop Gorman, and Chasen ...



Anonymous Burnbook.com posts rattle Henderson high schoolers  Las Vegas Sun

It's not the class reunion Katelynn Dyer was hoping for. The 2009 graduate of Green Valley High School in Henderson recently found herself among the 203 ...



Highlighting achievements, Nov. 17, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Read about Las Vegas Valley residents' awards and achievements.



Coach from Las Vegas dreams of spot on Chris Beard’s staff at UNLV  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When word got out that Chris Beard was going to be the new UNLV basketball coach, a 45-year-old man from Las Vegas named Che' Jones wrote a letter and ...



Henderson festival celebrates Pacific Islander culture — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Visitors got a strong taste of Hawaiian culture Saturday during the 28th Annual Pacific Islander Festival and Ho'olaule'a at the Henderson Events Plaza in ...



COMMENTARY: Politics, sports and the Vegas Golden Knights  Las Vegas Review-Journal

There is a reason why ESPN is failing and many media outlets are losing the respect of honest readers. They have long been in the tank for the Democrats, ...



Newsmakers, Dec. 18-24, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ethan Lacanienta, 15, a sophomore at Sierra Vista High School, completed the requirements and was found worthy of the rank of Eagle Scout. For his Eagle ...



Hall of Famer Randall Cunningham to be honored at UNLV game  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former UNLV quarterback and punter Randall Cunningham will be honored by the College Football Hall of Fame on Saturday during the Rebels' game against ...



Congrats, UNLV Class of 2015 | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

"Graduates, this is your day, and I salute your accomplishments." In his first commencement as UNLV's top administrator, President Len Jessup welcomed more ...



Highlighting achievements, July 14, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Read about Las Vegas Valley residents' awards and achievements.



UNLV football announces 2015 recruiting class  Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV football announced its 2015 recruiting class on Twitter Wednesday morning. Check out the newest Rebels.



Newsmakers, June 4-10, 2015  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Dr. Britnney Spurling graduated from Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. A 2011 graduate of ...



‘It was a horror show’: Mass shooting leaves at least 59 dead, 527 wounded on Las Vegas Strip  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The nation awoke Monday to the numbing news that the worst mass shooting in modern American history had ravaged the Las Vegas Strip. It was a deadly ...



Highlighting achievements, April 21, 2016 — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Valley residents' awards and achievements.



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