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Protecting our Kids

The Clark County School District is entrusted with the most precious resource that exists, our community’s children. The vast majority of our employees and volunteers work hard every day to develop appropriate relationships with students.

Follow the link below to the CCSD community website for more information on a new state law, SB287, which requires adults who volunteer at our schools more than four times a month, or during school activities to be fingerprinted as well. Information regarding Policy 4100 and Regulation 4100 regulates appropriate relationships, interactions, and communications between district employees/volunteers and students can be found in the underlined links above.

To report alleged abuse or misconduct, call CCSD Police at: 702-799-5411 or local law enforcement. Additionally, contact Child Protective Services at: 702-399-0081.


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The Joseph Neal STEAM Academy seeks to provide an enriching learning environment where students are immersed in an inquiry-based, authentic STEAM curriculum that challenges their 21st century critical thinking and problem solving skills. We provide each student at Joseph Neal STEAM Academy with interdisciplinary opportunities in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. With the support of our families, community experts, and cultural institutions, Joseph Neal will foster a safe and secure atmosphere that embraces curiosity, ingenuity, responsibility, and endurance.
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