23 Apr CCSD Board of School Trustees meeting recap – April 22, 2021

Agenda Item 6.01 – Recap of the Community Input Meetings

The Clark County School District (CCSD) Board of School Trustees recapped public comments that they received in Community Input Meetings that were held April 13 and April 14, 2021 regarding the topic of an anti-racism policy.

Trustees thanked the community for their feedback and involvement in the Community Input Meetings after hearing various perspectives.

Trustees have asked that a summary and presentation be made at the May 5, 2021 Work Session that outlines input that was received during the Community Input Meetings as well as a timeline for the process of creating a District policy. Trustees will consider the possibility of including a community facilitator for future discussions.

Agenda Item 5.01 – Legislative Updates 

Trustees received an update regarding the 2021 Legislative Session and the bills CCSD Government Relations is currently tracking. The Board was provided with information on the movement of several bills that relate to education, including SB2, Clark County School District’s bill on staff efficiencies and SB352, which makes it easier for support professionals to work as a student teacher in their school.

Both the bills passed the State Senate by unanimous votes. They now are being considered by the Assembly as they progress through the process.

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Agenda Item 3.23 – Amendment of Clark County School District Regulation 6150

The Board of School Trustees voted to approve amendments to Regulation 6150 which regulates that the selection and provision of instructional materials within the Clark County School District shall be consistent with the Nevada Academic Content Standards and the District’s curriculum standards. These materials shall be selected by the professional staff, and in a manner that is inclusive and responsive to the diversity of persons without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, creed/religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, marital status or age, and in accordance with the financial resources of the District.

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Agenda Item 5.03 – Acknowledgment of Findings of the Attorney General 

The Clark County School District Board of School Trustees have acknowledged receipt of the finding.

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