LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Clark County School District Board of Trustees gave an update on distance learning Thursday evening.
The district outlined its plan to end the school year, and the first step was school principal meetings that started Thursday,
CCSD's distance learning plan will remain in place through May as students continue to learn from home,
The district says it is still working to get Chromebooks to students who need it.
As of April 17th, 60,500 chromebooks have been distributed to middle and high school students. However, some elementary school students still have not received them.
During Thursday night's board meeting, CCSD trustees discussed what schools will look like if in-person schooling cannot resume safely next school year.
Possible changes include include staggered school bell times, and staggered student attendance
Through the end of the school year, teachers will be able to get their belongings. Students can also get their items out of desks and lockers, turn in textbooks, and get their yearbooks.
Report cards will be mailed out to every family, and the district reported it also plans to feed students through June 30 at all food distribution sites.
The district said it is feeding about 30,000 students a day.
When it comes to this year's graduation, we have yet to hear of any concrete plans.
Earlier this month Superintendent Jesus Jara said the decision will be left up to individual school administrators.
CCSD laid out its plan to finish the school year here.