UPDATE FEB. 21: LAS VEGAS – CCSD, UNLV, and CSN say all schools will be operating normally today despite snow and rain in several areas of the Las Vegas valley.
All CCSD schools and departments will operate as normal today throughout the county. Student and employee safety is our top priority and CCSD officials have consulted with local agencies and emergency managers throughout the county.— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) February 21, 2019
All reports indicate that it is safe to drive on the roads. We will continue to monitor the weather conditions and keep our families and community up-to-date on any changes. We will determine by mid-day whether to have after school activities based on weather conditions.— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) February 21, 2019
The College of Southern Nevada will remain open today and hold classes at all locations. The safety of our students, faculty and staff is a priority. Please proceed to campus with caution.— CSN (@CSNCoyote) February 21, 2019
UNLV is on normal schedule today. Please be safe and allow extra time for your commute.
Students who are unable to get to class should contact their instructor regarding making up class work.
More details: https://t.co/lv6a2XYPfP— UNLV (@unlv) February 21, 2019
ORIGINAL STORY: Due to the expected snow storm, the Clark County School District’s making plans to notify parents of any changes in scheduling for Thursday.
CCSD is working with the appropriate agencies to monitor the inclement weather forecasted for our area. The District will announce by 5 a.m. Thursday morning on https://t.co/PhjIRb4UDa, and using CCSD’s social media pages, about whether schools are affected by inclement weather.— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) February 20, 2019
8 News NOW will monitor our newsdesk’s email for announcements about changes to school scheduling from public, private, or charter school officials throughout the night and early morning hours.
So far, there hasn’t been any changes, but Somerset Academy of Las Vegas Schools sent a note to parents saying it will align itself with what the Clark County School District’s plans for its students.
Due to the weather forecast for tomorrow, February 21st, Somerset Academy of Las Vegas schools may opt to close its schools to ensure student, family, and faculty safety within our Somerset community. We have chosen to align our potential closure with those of the Clark County School District. Communication in this regard will be sent from each of our campuses to our
families by 5 AM in the morning. Please look for an email from your Somerset school and/or check school Facebook accounts for up-to-date information regarding possible school closures.
Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School says it will also take its lead on whether or not it will close from the Clark County School District.
As of now, we are fully prepared to have school tomorrow. However, with the potential for snow in tonight’s forecast, we want to share our plan with you. If the Clark County School District closes, we will also close. If we close, we will put the announcement on our website and our social media channels (Twitter and Facebook). We will also send out an announcement via phone call and email.
Local colleges are also keeping their students abreast of possible closures due to the weather.
ATTENTION Faculty & Students!
Nevada State College is closely monitoring the inclement weather forecasted for our area. We will announce through emails, our website, and our social media pages, if inclement weather affects our class schedules. Stay warm & be safe.— Nevada State College (@NevadaState) February 21, 2019
Nellis Air Force Base Closed:
Officials at Nellis Air Force Base say the base will be closed Thursday, so only mission essential personnel should report for work as scheduled.
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