All students progress in school and graduate prepared to succeed and contribute in a diverse global society.
The Clark County School District Board of Trustees’ Sex Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is accepting applications of interest from individuals wishing to join this committee. The SEAC has vacancies for medicine or nursing, counseling, religion, teaching, and four parents/guardians. For information regarding the Section Process, Sex Education Advisory Committee Selection Process (PDF)
All members of the Clark County School District Board of Trustees have successfully completed a minimum of six hours of professional development as required by NRS Chapter 386.327.
Lola Brooks, Clerk, Trustee District E
Clark County School District Board of Trustees
Regular meetings of the Board of School Trustees are held the second and fourth Thursday of each month beginning at 5:00 p.m. and Work Sessions are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. Meetings are subject to change. All meetings can be viewed live stream a ccsd.net on the day of the meeting. Special board meetings are held when necessary and are posted in advance in accordance with the Nevada open meeting law.
2023 Work Sessions & Regular Board Meeting Schedule (PDF)
The Clark County Board of School Trustees is a dedicated group of community leaders who are elected to overlapping four-year terms and represent a specific geographic region of Clark County. Although each trustee represents a different region, they are dedicated to ensuring the success of every student in the district through clear, concise direction to the superintendent. The trustees bring a wealth of experience and concern for children to their position.
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The Board of School Trustees recognizes that its deliberative process benefits greatly from public input and perspective. Those wishing to address the Board in person may sign up to speak once the agenda has been posted by calling the Board Office at (702) 799-1072 during regular business hours and at least 8 business hours prior to the scheduled start of the meeting.
Alternatively, speakers may sign up in person immediately prior to the beginning of the meeting. To minimize distractions, no additional speakers may sign up once the Board President has introduced the agenda item. Customarily, speakers will be called in the order in which they signed up.
Members of the public are permitted to provide public comment on any agenda item requiring Board action after staff presentations and discussion by the Board, but before the Board votes on the item. Speakers will be given 3 minutes to address the Board and shall remain on topic. The Consent Agenda is considered a single action item with a 3 minute speaker limit per individual no matter how many sub-items the individual wishes to comment on.
A public comment period will be offered immediately prior to the adjournment of the meeting for members of the public who wish to speak on matters that are within the jurisdiction of the Board but not listed as an action item on the agenda. Each individual wishing to speak during this period will be given 3 minutes to address the Board.
Written public comments may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org after the agenda has been posted and at least 8 business hours prior to the scheduled start of the meeting. Any written comments received after the deadline and prior to the meeting adjourning will be uploaded to BoardDocs within the appropriate item on the next business day.