UPDATE: The Clark County School District passed a resolution Thursday to continue protecting the privacy of undocumented students.
The resolution was proposed by trustee Carolyn Edwards.
"We want to reassure our families that they will be protected under current federal policies," Edwards said.
Edwards stressed that the resolution doesn't declare CCSD a "sanctuary district" because employees will comply with immigration officials if a warrant or subpoena is issued.
"We aren't doing anything illegal," Edwards said.
The resolution states that the immigration policies of President Donald Trump "could cause a disruption to the safety and security of members of our educational community."
During a board meeting Thursday, several members of the public spoke in support of the resolution.
The board voted 6-1 to approve it. Trustee Chris Garvey voted against it.
#CCSD approves resolution to protect immigration status of students 6-1, Garvey votes against. pic.twitter.com/cRJ8xTwZaT
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