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CCSD Announces Leadership Changes Following Superintendent Departure

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, February 28, 2024 9:20 am

Las Vegas, NV – The Clark County School District (CCSD) announced several new leadership positions on Tuesday, following the recent departure of Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara.

Leadership Updates:

  • Chief of Human Resources: RoAnn Triana, previously Region 1 Superintendent, will assume this role.
  • Region 1 Superintendent: Lindsay Tomlinson, previously Region 1 School Associate Superintendent, will take over this position.
  • Region 1 School Associate Superintendent: Scott Walker, current School Associate Superintendent, will fill this vacancy.
  • School Choice and Innovation Network: Comprehensive schools will be integrated into their respective geographic regions, while innovative work related to career pathways and student choice options will be managed by the College, Career, Equity, and School Choice Unit under Dr. Mike Barton’s supervision.

Interim Superintendent’s Statement:

  • Dr. Brenda Larsen-Mitchell, Interim Superintendent, emphasized the importance of securing qualified teachers and highlighted Triana’s diverse experience as a school leader in her suitability for the Chief Human Resources role.
  • Additionally, she stated that the reorganization of Region 1 leadership aims to offer more efficient support for school leaders.

Explanation for Changes:

  • CCSD confirmed that the primary reason behind these changes is to address vacant positions arising from recent leadership departures.

Credits: Fox5Vegas

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