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Michelle Alejandra Booth

Communications Director

Clark County School District

HQ Phone:  (702) 799-5000

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Clark County School District

5100 West Sahara Ave.

Las Vegas, Nevada,89146

United States

Company Description

Established in 1956, Clark County School District is the fifth largest school district in the country, educating almost 75 percent of all students in Nevada with more than 320,000 students enrolled in kindergarten through 12th grade. The district encompasses 3... more

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Las Vegas Review-Journal


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www.reviewjournal.com

Clark County School District spokeswoman Michelle Booth said Tuesday that the woman worked for the district as a nurse's aide but not at Rex Bell Elementary.
Booth declined to name the school where the woman did work. As Williams sat with the boys Monday night, the woman's mother was distraught. She yelled "why" over and over, and at one point collapsed; she


www.facilitiescouncil.org

Clark County School District spokeswoman Michelle Booth said Friday that school board members unanimously approved the goal of building 35 new elementary schools and two new high schools by 2026.
Correcting her earlier account, Booth says that includes four new and two renovated schools scheduled to open in August 2017 and eight new schools slated to open in August 2018.


www.kolotv.com

Clark County School District spokeswoman Michelle Booth said Friday that school board members unanimously approved the goal of building 35 new elementary schools and two new high schools by 2026.
Correcting her earlier account, Booth says that includes four new and two renovated schools scheduled to open in August 2017 and eight new schools slated to open in August 2018.


www.educationnews.org

CCSC spokesperson Michelle Booth said the substitutes are training with seasoned teachers who been with the Clark County School District for several years.
She expressed her sympathies toward the situation faced by current teachers in the state. "We understand the frustration of the teachers. We continue to negotiate with the teachers' representation and hope to find a solution that benefits the teachers and the students," Booth said.


www.reviewjournal.com

At the time of the crash, there were other children on the bus, Michelle Booth, a Clark County School District spokeswoman said.
The bus was leaving a nearby elementary school to drop off those children when it struck the child, and the students on board "were not injured." Booth did not name the school the bus was serving, but said its principal has "personally spoken to the parents of each student who was on the bus to determine if they need crisis response counselors." She wasn't sure Thursday night whether any parents had requested the counselors, but said the district will have someone available for each family "if needed, like we always do."


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