10 Jun CCSD Board of School Trustees meeting recap, June 09, 2022

Agenda Item 5.04 – Public Hearing On and Possible Approval of New Memoranda of Agreements Regarding the Negotiated Agreements between Clark County School District and the Clark County Education Association, Education Support Employees Association, Clark County Association of School Administrators, and Professional-Technical Employees, Police Officers Association, and the Police Administrators Association.  

The Clark County School District (CCSD) Board of School Trustees approved an increase in starting teacher salary from $43,000 to $50,115 and retention bonuses for all eligible employees for the 2022-2023 school year, based on the applicable MOUs.

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Agenda Item 4.01 – Focus: 2024 Strategic Plan Update — Student Discipline

The Board received a presentation on student discipline aligned with the District’s strategic plan – Focus: 2024.

Successes seen in student discipline include collaboration with external stakeholders and creating a data tracking dashboard.

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Agenda Item 3.41 – Naming of a Technical Training Academy

Trustees named the District’s newest technical training academy the “Central Technical Training Academy.”

Central Technical Training Academy is a non-traditional high school focusing on career pathway training through Career and Technical Education (CTE) coursework, credentialing, and work-based learning opportunities.

During the 2022-2023 school year, Central Technical Training Academy students will participate in one or both of the following CTE programs of study: Construction Technology and Advanced Manufacturing. Both programs will include opportunities for students to earn industry-recognized credentials, embed business and entrepreneurial skills, and require students to participate in work-based learning through internships or other work experience.

In addition to CTE program classes, students will also take courses that fulfill high school graduation requirements. Central Technical Training Academy students benefit from flexible scheduling, incorporating distance learning, hybrid, and in-person options.

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