Related Services and Other Non-Instructional Personnel
Related Services positions provide support in general and special education classroom environments. The Clark County School District actively recruits nationwide for the following positions:
Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists serve as an educational support for students with disabilities by promoting participation and access to the school curriculum and the school environment.
School Nurses promote the health and well-being of students by participating in special education plans and providing general oversight of the health services programs at each school.
School Psychologists deliver school-based services designed to improve student performance, enhance educational success, and promote mental health interests of students.
School Social Workers partner with parents, school personnel, and community agencies to address issues in a studentâ€™s living situation that impacts school performance.
Speech/Language Pathologists provide early intervention, diagnostic, remedial, and consultative services for students who have communication disorders that have an adverse effect on their educational functioning.
Non-instructional new licensed employees have access to an onboarding program designed and facilitated by the particular department.Â For questions, please call the appropriate department.
Occupational/Physical Therapists: (702)799-7441
School Nurses: (702)799-7443
School Psychologists: (702)799-7465
School Social Workers:Â (702)799-7435
Speech/Language Pathologists: (702)799-7437
Download the flyer for information regarding the 2013 Kick-Off for new non-instructional licensed employees.