After several cases of inappropriate relationships between Clark County School District staff members and students, CCSD promised to implement a new social media policy to help protect students from these types of situations.
Yesterday, that policy was removed from the school board's agenda.
Despite new guidelines being drafted for the social media policy and an official proposal being made, the policy wasn't voted on.
It is unclear why CCSD chose to pull the social media policy from its agenda but it's clearly a blow to parents hoping to see it in place for this upcoming school year.
This district still has its sexual misconduct policy in place for this school year but the question becomes, is that enough?