LAS VEGAS -- Three under-performing Clark County School District schools will now be part of the district's Turnaround Program next school year.
Manch Elementary, Mountain View Elementary and Bailey Middle School will get extra resources over the next three years.
The schools are given a flexible budget, allowing the individual schools the ability to hire the number of teachers and support staff that works for them, the school district's academic manager for turnaround zones said.
The principals and their administrations, with the exception of Manch, will be re-assigned within the district. No one loses their jobs in the process.
Nine schools were considered but only three were selected after undergoing an intense evaluation process. District administrators are confident they can fix the issues at these school.