Reports and Information

This page contains reports and information that are required to be posted on District and/or school websites.

Information Required to be Posted on the District Website

District Revenue, Percentage Allocated to Schools, and Categorical Funds

LEGAL REFERENCE:
NRS 388G.660 Establishment of estimated total amount of money to be received by large school districts in next school year and estimated percentage to be allocated to local school precincts; requirements regarding amount of money to be allocated to local school precincts; publication of information concerning allocations.1. On or before January 15 of each year, the superintendent shall establish for the next school year:(a) The estimated total amount of money to be received by the large school district from all sources, including any year-end balance that is carried forward, and shall identify the sources of such a year-end balance and whether the year-end balance is restricted. If the year-end balance is restricted, the superintendent shall identify the source of the restriction and the total of amount of money to be received by the large school district that is unrestricted. Money may only be identified as restricted if it is required by state or federal law, if it is proscribed by the Department or if it has been otherwise encumbered. (b) The estimated percentage of the amount of money determined pursuant to paragraph (a) to be unrestricted that will be allocated to the local school precincts. The percentage must equal: (1) For the first school year in which the large school district operates pursuant to the provisions of NRS 388G.500 to 388G.810, inclusive, not less than 80 percent of the total amount of money from all sources received by the large school district that is unrestricted for the school year; and (2) For each subsequent school year, 85 percent of the total amount of money from all sources received by the large school district that is unrestricted for the school year. (c) The estimated amount of categorical funding to be received by the large school district and whether such funding is restricted in a manner that prohibits the large school district from including that categorical funding in the amount of funding per pupil that is allocated to the local school precincts.2. The superintendent shall post the information established pursuant to subsection 1 on the Internet website of the large school district and make the information available to any person upon request. 

Weighted Student Funding

LEGAL REFERENCE:
NRS 388G.670 Allocation per pupil to local school precincts; establishment of weights for categories of pupils; amount provided to specialty or rural schools; variance from weights. 2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, to establish the  weight for  each  category  of pupil  as  required  pursuant  to subsection 1, the large school district shall apply the same weights and distribution of weights established by the Department for the state funding formula. If the large school district wishes to apply a different weight to any category or a different distribution  of weights, the  large  school  district  must  submit  a  request  for  a variance to use a different weight or distribution of weights to the Department for approval.4. Upon  receipt  of  a  request  for  a  variance  pursuant   to subsection 2, the Department  shall review the proposed weights, distribution  of weights or request for a variance  and  inform the large  school  district  whether  it approves  the  proposed  weights, distribution of weights or request within 30 days. Once approved, the weights assigned for each category of pupil and the distribution of weights must be posted on the Internet website of the large school district and made available to any person upon request. 

N/A. The Clark County School District is not currently operating under a variance.

Actual Expenditures and Teacher Vacancies

LEGAL REFERENCE:
NRS 388G.690 Annual determinations concerning actual expenditures for and teacher vacancies at each local school precinct for preceding school year. 1. On or before November 1 of the year after the first year that a large school district operates pursuant to the provisions of NRS 388G.500 to 388G.810, inclusive, and on or before November 1 of each year thereafter, the superintendent shall determine for the immediately preceding school year:(a) The total per pupil allocation made to each local school precinct in the large school district and the actual amount expended by the large school district for the local school precinct;(b) The amount budgeted by each local school precinct for teacher salaries and benefits and the actual amount expended by the large school district for teacher salaries and benefits for teachers employed at each local school precinct;(c) The number of teacher vacancies at each local school precinct and the amount of money included in the allocation to that local school precinct which the local school precinct used for other purposes as a result of those vacancies; and(d) The amount budgeted by each local school precinct for each type of employee other than teachers and the actual amount expended by the large school district for salaries and benefits of such employees at each local school precinct. 2. The superintendent  shall post the information  determined pursuant   to  subsection  1  on  the  Internet  website of  the  large school district and make the information  available to any person upon request. 

School Plans of Operation

LEGAL REFERENCE: NRS 388G.710 Presentation of plan of operation at public meeting; submission of plan of operation for approval; adjustments to budget after plan of operation approved.4. If the school associate superintendent: (a)  Approves the plan of operation for a local school precinct, the school associate  superintendent  must notify the principal  of the local school precinct  and  cause  the plan  of operation  to be posted on the Internet  website of the large school district and on the Internet website of the local school precinct and make the plan of operation available to any person upon request. (b) Does not approve the plan of operation for a local school precinct,  the  school  associate  superintendent   must  notify  the principal  of  the  local  school  precinct  of  the  reasons  for  not approving the plan and post those reasons on the Internet website of the large school district and on the Internet website of the local school precinct and make the plan of operation  available to any person  upon  request.  The school associate  superintendent  must assist the principal as necessary to revise the plan of operation. 5. Any adjustment to the budget that the principal of the local school precinct determines is necessary after the plan of operation has  been  approved  may  be  made  upon  consultation   with  the organizational    team   and   approval   of   the   school   associate superintendent. 

Parent SOT Elections Where no PTA or PTO Exists

LEGAL REFERENCE: NRS 388G.720 Organizational team: Composition; election of certain members; immunity from liability for civil damages. (d)  ...The association of parents for the school, if there is one, must establish the process for nominating and electing these members pursuant to this paragraph. If no such association exists, the principal of the local school precinct must inform all parents and legal guardians of the opportunity to serve on the organizational team and provide the parents and guardians with information about the responsibilities associated with serving as a member of the organizational team, the manner in which to submit a name to be included on a ballot, the date on which a vote will be taken and any other relevant information. The principal must post such information on the Internet website of the local school precinct and provide the information to the superintendent who shall post the information on the Internet website of the large school district. The information must also be made available to any person upon request. 

Survey Results

LEGAL REFERENCE: NRS 388G.800 Survey to be administered annually to certain persons involved with local school precincts and employees of central services; publication of summary of results of surveys.1. On   or   before   May   1   of   each   year,   the superintendent   shall  cause  a  survey  to  be  administered  to  all persons involved with the local school precincts in the large school district   to  measure   their   satisfaction   with  the   local   school precincts. A survey must be administered to each: (a)  Employee of each  such  local  school  precinct  by classification   of  employee.  Such   classifications   must  include, without    limitation,    principals,    vice   principals    and    other administrative  staff, teachers,  custodians,  counselors  and  school nurses. (b) Pupil who attends such a local school precinct. (c) Parent  or  legal  guardian  of a  child  who attends  such  a local school precinct. 2. On or before May 1 of each year, the superintendent  shall cause  a  survey to be administered  to each  employee of central services. The surveys must be administered  to each employee by classification   of  employee  within   each   department   or   other organizational  unit of central services to measure the satisfaction of the  employees concerning,  without limitation,  their  ability to serve  the  local  school  precincts,  provide  services  in  a  timely manner  and provide quality services to the local school precincts. Such a survey must also be administered to each school associate superintendent,    principal    and    teacher    to   determine    their satisfaction with the services provided to the local school precincts by central services. 3. A  summary  of  the  results  of  the  surveys  administered pursuant  to this section must be posted on the Internet  website of the  large  school  district  before  the  commencement  of the  next school year and  be made available to any person  upon  request.    Such   a   summary   must   identify   results   by  each   group   of respondents and as overall results. 

Compliance Report

LEGAL REFERENCE: CCSD Regulation 2130By October 1 of each year, the Superintendent or designee shall develop and make available on the District website a compliance report that includes:The Superintendent or designee’s analysis of compliance with each section of Nevada law related to the reorganization of the Clark County School District under NRS 388G, aligned administrative regulations codified in Chapter 388G of the Nevada Administrative Code, and this regulation.A timeline of actions required by Nevada law related to the reorganization of the Clark County School District under NRS 388G, aligned administrative regulations codified in the Nevada Administrative Code, and this regulation, and the dates those actions were completed by the District.An enumeration of areas for which the District has received a notice of noncompliance from the Nevada Superintendent of Public Instruction and the current status of any corrective action plans developed in accordance with administrative regulations codified Chapter 388G of in the Nevada Administrative Code.A summary of communication provided to the Superintendent of Public Instruction by the Superintendent in response to inquiries related to the monitoring of the implementation of NRS 388G.500 through NRS 388G.820 to the president of the Board of School Trustees.An accounting of school organizational team meeting materials collected from schools.A summary of retaliation/reprisal complaints, compliance dispute claims, and compliance recommendations and the redacted investigation reports for each.