Changes To CCSD Border May Have Impact on Where Las Vegas Students Attend School
By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, January 13, 2023 5:31 am
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – At its next meeting on January 17, the Clark County School District will propose altering the attendance zones for many schools in the Las Vegas Valley.
According to the school district’s website on Thursday, there are five papers explaining the planned modifications.
The records state that two ideas would have an influence on the borders of the Ellis and Wallin primary schools, with Ellis’ border halting at I-15 along Via Inspirada and maybe continuing south to Democracy or terminating at Via Contessa.
One plan calls for relocating Coronado high school students to Green Valley high school on a parcel of property south of Wigwam that reaches Interstate 215 in one direction.
A significant portion of western Las Vegas would be included in the region that Indian Springs, James Bilbray, William, and Mary Scherkenbach primary schools serve outside of the corporate city lines.
According to the maps given by CCSD, a large portion of the same region would also affect Escobedo Middle School, moving north towards the corporate limit and west to the precinct line.
As more kids from Farm Road and Hualapai Way would attend Centennial High School, Indian Springs and Centennial would also be impacted.
The materials state that there would be different grandfather clauses for pupils based on grade levels.
Go to the CCSD website for further details and to see the maps.
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