14 May CCSD Board of School Trustees meeting recap, May 13, 2021

Agenda Item 5.04 – 5.09 – Memoranda of Agreement 

The Clark County School District (CCSD) Board of School Trustees approved memoranda of agreement with the Education Support Employees Association (ESEA), Clark County Association of School Administrators and Professional-Technical Employees (CCASAPE) and the Clark County Education Association (CCEA) in relation to the Summer 2021 learning opportunities.

The agreements detail scheduling, pay and other incentives for employees who work the Summer Acceleration, Extended School Year and the Secondary Summer School programs.

To view the MOA with ESEA, click here.

To view the MOA with CCASAPE, click here.

To view the MOA with CCEA, click here.

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 Senate Bill 66 which helps determine the number of students lacking internet in an effort to begin bridging the digital divide. Trustees also received information on the state budget and efforts to implement the pupil-centered funding formula for the 2022 fiscal year.

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Agenda Item 5.01 – Superintendent Employment Agreement

The CCSD Board of School Trustees approved an amendment to Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara’s employment agreement that extends the contract until January 18, 2023.

“I’m grateful that the Board of School Trustees members have voted to extend my contract,” said CCSD Superintendent Jesus F. Jara. “I am humbled and honored by the opportunity to continue to serve this wonderful community and our 310,000 students and 42,000 employees. We have done a lot of work to safely open our schools and this focused work must continue as we navigate this pandemic. I’m excited for the future and to see the successes of our students and staff.”

To view the document related to this item, click here.