[Rev. 1/14/2014 3:41:46 PM--2014R1]

TITLE 34 - EDUCATION

CHAPTER 385 - STATE ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION

GENERAL PROVISIONS

NRS 385.005           Declaration of legislative intent; policies of integration or desegregation of public schools; recommendations to Legislature for equality of educational opportunity.

NRS 385.007           Definitions.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NRS 385.010           Creation; composition; executive head.

NRS 385.014           Opinions of Attorney General.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

NRS 385.021           Composition; election and appointment of members; qualifications of members; terms of members; vacancies.

NRS 385.030           Officers: President; Secretary.

NRS 385.040           Meetings and quorum.

NRS 385.050           Compensation of members; claims.

NRS 385.060           Seal.

NRS 385.075           Establishment of administrative policies.

NRS 385.080           Regulations.

NRS 385.091           Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Formation.

NRS 385.092           Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Nature.

NRS 385.093           Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Income not to inure to any person; exceptions.

NRS 385.095           Education Gift Fund: Restrictions on use of money in Fund; State Board required to record, review and report certain gifts deposited in Fund; use of form by donor; transmittal of reports to Legislature.

NRS 385.100           Regulations: Conditions for acceptance of money, services, commodities or equipment for public schools from federal agencies; exceptions.

NRS 385.102           Higher Education Student Loan Program: “Institution of higher education” defined.

NRS 385.104           Higher Education Student Loan Program: Establishment; use of money; policies and regulations of State Board.

NRS 385.106           Higher Education Student Loan Program: Administration; powers of State Board.

NRS 385.107           Higher Education Student Loan Program: Higher Education Student Loan Fund.

NRS 385.108           Higher Education Student Loan Program: Withdrawals; records.

NRS 385.109           State Board to cooperate in plan for lunches for aged persons; regulations. [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.112.]

NRS 385.110           State Board to prescribe and cause enforcement of courses of study for public schools; exceptions.

NRS 385.115           State Board to cooperate in establishment of programs of information about missing children; regulations.

NRS 385.125           Standard plans, designs and specifications for construction of school buildings: Adoption; approval by State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration prior to adoption; fee for costs of approval.

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

NRS 385.150           Appointment; unclassified service; position within Executive Department.

NRS 385.160           Qualifications.

NRS 385.170           Pursuing other employment or holding other office for profit prohibited without approval of Governor.

NRS 385.175           Designation as educational leader for system of K-12 public education; general duties.

NRS 385.180           Visitation of schools; consultations with educators.

NRS 385.190           Conferences of teachers and administrators.

NRS 385.200           Regulations: Reports to Department; proceedings.

NRS 385.210           Form of school register; dissemination of information regarding statutes and regulations relating to schools; memorandum to school districts and charter schools; preparation and publication of Department bulletin. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.220           Power to administer oaths.

NRS 385.230           Annual report of the state of public education; contents of report; presentation and submission of report.

NRS 385.240           Approval of library books for public schools; exception for charter schools; actions subject to review by State Board. [Replaced in revision by NRS 390.400.]

NRS 385.250           Delivery of property to successor.

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENTS, PROFESSIONAL STAFF AND OTHER PERSONNEL

NRS 385.290           Superintendent of Public Instruction authorized to appoint deputy superintendents.

NRS 385.300           Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Qualifications and appointment. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.310           Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Duties. [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.3035.]

NRS 385.315           Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Additional duties. [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.3037.]

NRS 385.320           Deputy superintendents in unclassified service; restriction on other employment.

NRS 385.330           Professional staff and other appointed personnel: Duties; location of offices.

NRS 385.340           Qualifications of professional staff and other appointed personnel not in unclassified service.

NRS 385.345           Coordinator of the Use of Libraries and Related Technical Systems: Appointment; duties.

STATEWIDE SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTABILITY

General Provisions

NRS 385.3455         Definitions.

NRS 385.346           “Bureau” defined.

NRS 385.3465         “Committee” defined.

NRS 385.3467         “Title I school” defined.

NRS 385.34675       “Title I school district” defined.

NRS 385.3468         Applicability; scope.

 

Annual Reports of Accountability Information; Plans to Improve the Achievement of Pupils

NRS 385.3469         Contents of annual report of accountability for State Board; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet. [Replaced in revision by NRS 385.3572, 385.3574, 385.3576, 385.3578, 385.3581, 385.3583, 385.3584, 385.3585, 385.3587, 385.3589, 385.3591 and 385.3592.]

NRS 385.34691       Plan by State Board to improve achievement of pupils: Preparation; contents; inclusion of 5-year strategic plan; establishment of goals and benchmarks; annual review and submission. [Replaced in revision by NRS 385.3593.]

NRS 385.34692       Summary of accountability information for State Board; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.347           Program of accountability for school districts and charter schools; preparation of annual report of accountability by school districts and sponsors of charter schools; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet. [Parts of this section were replaced in revision in 2013 by NRS 385.3472, 385.3474, 385.3476, 385.3478, 385.3481, 385.3483, 385.3485, 385.3487, 385.3489, 385.3491, 385.3493 and 385.3495.]

NRS 385.3472         District accountability report: Pupil achievement and school performance.

NRS 385.3474         District accountability report: Class sizes.

NRS 385.3476         District accountability report: Personnel employed by school district; designation of categories of personnel.

NRS 385.3478         District accountability report: Professional qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals; attendance of teachers.

NRS 385.3481         District accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 385.3481         District accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 385.3483         District accountability report: Discipline of pupils.

NRS 385.3485         District accountability report: Graduation and drop-out rates of pupils; enrollment of pupils in remedial college courses.

NRS 385.3487         District accountability report: Pupils who are limited English proficient.

NRS 385.3489         District accountability report: Career and technical education.

NRS 385.349           Summary of accountability information for school districts and charter schools; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3491         District accountability report: Curriculum; remedial and special programs.

NRS 385.3493         District accountability report: Fiscal information; technological facilities and equipment.

NRS 385.3495         District accountability report: District communication; parental involvement.

NRS 385.357           Plan to improve achievement of pupils for individual schools; annual review; process for submission and approval of plan; timeline for carrying out plan.

NRS 385.3572         State accountability report: Requirements; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet.

NRS 385.3574         State accountability report: Pupil achievement and school performance.

NRS 385.3576         State accountability report: Class sizes.

NRS 385.3578         State accountability report: Personnel employed by each school district; designation of categories of personnel.

NRS 385.358           Summary of accountability information for individual schools; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3581         State accountability report: Professional qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals; attendance of teachers.

NRS 385.3583         State accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

NRS 385.3583         State accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

NRS 385.3584         State accountability report: Discipline of pupils.

NRS 385.3585         State accountability report: Graduation and drop-out rates of pupils; enrollment of pupils in remedial college courses.

NRS 385.3587         State accountability report: Pupils who are limited English proficient.

NRS 385.3589         State accountability report: Career and technical education.

NRS 385.359           Authority of Bureau to convene advisory group to review accountability information; duties of advisory group; qualifications of members of advisory group. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3591         State accountability report: Remedial and special programs.

NRS 385.3592         State accountability report: Fiscal information; technological facilities and equipment.

NRS 385.3593         Plan by State Board to improve achievement of pupils: Preparation; contents; inclusion of 5-year strategic plan; establishment of goals and benchmarks; annual review and submission.

 

Adoption of Growth Model for Schools; Inclusion of Certain Pupils Within Statewide System of Accountability; Annual Ratings of Public Schools; Duties of Department

NRS 385.3594         Compliance of statewide system of accountability with requirements for receipt of federal education funding; additional requirements for statewide system of accountability.

NRS 385.3595         Adoption of model to measure achievement of pupils on criterion-referenced examinations; use of model to track progress of individual schools from year to year.

NRS 385.361           Measurement of adequate yearly progress prescribed by State Board; regulations governing corrective action, consequences and sanctions for certain schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3611         Regulations governing criteria for designating schools and school districts. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3612         Regulations governing inclusion of pupils enrolled in certain alternative programs within statewide system of accountability.

NRS 385.36125       School Support Teams: Membership. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.36127       School Support Teams: Duties and powers; quarterly progress report. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.36129       School Support Teams: Annual written report; contents, submission and availability of report. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3613         Annual determination of whether public schools are meeting annual measurable objectives and performance targets; transmission of determinations; effect of irregularity in testing administration or testing security.

NRS 385.362           Consequences for failure to make adequate yearly progress for 1 year. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3622         Monitoring administration of examinations by Department required under certain circumstances if school fails to meet annual measurable objectives and performance targets.

NRS 385.3623         Criteria for designating schools as demonstrating exemplary achievement, high achievement, adequate achievement or need for improvement. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3625         Recognition as exemplary turnaround school. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.366           Annual rating of schools; issuance of preliminary ratings; opportunity for schools to review data; notice of final ratings.

NRS 385.3661         Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 1 year: Notice; technical assistance; school choice required for Title I schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3693         Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 2 consecutive years: Notice; technical assistance. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.372           Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 2 consecutive years: School choice and supplemental services required; delay from imposition of supplemental services required for certain schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3721         Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: Notice; technical assistance; comprehensive audit of school. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3743         Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: School choice, supplemental services and corrective action required; delay from imposition of corrective action required for certain schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3744         Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: Certain corrective action authorized; delay from imposition for certain schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3745         Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Development of turnaround plan; monitoring of implementation of turnaround plan and corrective action by Department; notice; technical assistance; regulations. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3746         Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Technical assistance, school choice, supplemental educational services and development of plan for restructuring required; delay from development of plan required for certain schools. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.376           Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Corrective action and other consequences and sanctions authorized; delay from imposition required for certain schools; notice of consequences and sanctions. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.37603       Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 or more consecutive years: Repeal of plan to improve and implementation of turnaround plan; notice; technical assistance. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.37605       Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 consecutive years or more: Corrective action and other consequences and sanctions authorized; delay from imposition required for certain schools; monitoring of turnaround plan by Department; notice of consequences and sanctions. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.37607       Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 consecutive years or more: Repeal of plan to improve and implementation of plan for restructuring; delay from implementation of plan required for certain schools; technical assistance, school choice and supplemental educational services required; notice. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3761         Restructuring required for Title I schools; notice of restructuring. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3762         Annual determination of adequate yearly progress for school districts. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.377           Criteria for designating school districts as demonstrating exemplary achievement, high achievement, adequate achievement or need for improvement. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3771         Annual designation of school districts; issuance of preliminary designations; opportunity for school districts to review data; notice of final designations; public dissemination. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.37715       Recognition as exemplary turnaround school district. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3772         Consequences for school district designated as demonstrating need for improvement; technical assistance and corrective action. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3773         Types of corrective actions for school districts; notice of corrective action and opportunity for hearing. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3774         Delay from imposition of corrective action required for certain school districts. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3781         Definitions. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3782         “Account” defined. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3783         “Commission” defined. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.37835       Superintendent of Public Instruction required to ensure Commission carries out duties successfully. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3784         Commission: Creation; membership; terms; meetings; compensation of members; duty of Department to provide administrative support; involvement of the Legislative Counsel Bureau in activities of Commission. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3785         Commission: Establishment of program of educational excellence; allocations of money to public schools and consortiums of public schools; Department required to provide list of priorities of schools; review of certain information by Commission. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3787         Use of money by public schools and consortiums of public schools that receive allocations from Account; submission of evaluation of effectiveness. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3789         Submission of annual reports by Commission; biennial audit of programs by Legislative Auditor. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.379           Creation of Account for Programs for Innovation and the Prevention of Remediation; acceptance of gifts and grants; use of money in Account. [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.031.]

NRS 385.382           Form for notice to parents concerning rating of school as underperforming.

NRS 385.384           Selection of providers of supplemental educational services; maintenance of updated list of approved providers. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.389           Department required to adopt programs of remedial study; schools demonstrating need for improvement required to ensure completion of remedial study by certain pupils. [Repealed.]

NRS 385.3891         Establishment of monitoring system for statewide system of accountability; annual summary of findings.

NRS 385.391           Regulations governing recognition of certain schools and to carry out statewide system of accountability. [Repealed.]

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY ASSESSMENT

NRS 385.448           Selection of assessment by State Board; eligibility to take assessment; permission of board of trustees required under certain circumstances; regulations.

NRS 385.451           Disclosure of questions and answers prohibited; exceptions.

NEVADA YOUTH LEGISLATURE

NRS 385.501           Definitions.

NRS 385.502           “Account” defined.

NRS 385.503           “Board” defined.

NRS 385.505           “Youth Legislature” defined.

NRS 385.515           Creation; appointment of members; terms; reappointment.

NRS 385.525           Qualifications for service; application for appointment and reappointment; notice of change in residency or school of enrollment.

NRS 385.535           Vacancies in membership.

NRS 385.545           Election and duties of Chair and Vice Chair; duties of Director of Legislative Counsel Bureau; acceptance of gifts and grants for support of Youth Legislature.

NRS 385.555           Powers and duties; submission of annual report.

NRS 385.565           Request for legislative measure; adoption of procedures for meetings; advisement regarding administration of gifts and grants.

NRS 385.575           Compensation of members.

NRS 385.581           Administration of Youth Legislature by corporation for public benefit; governance of corporation by Board of Directors; appointment and terms of Board; election of Chair and Vice Chair; powers and duties of Board.

NRS 385.585           Nevada Youth Legislature Account: Creation; use of money in Account; interest and income; submission of annual itemized statement.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT; OFFICE OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

General Provisions

NRS 385.600           “Advisory Council” defined.

 

Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and Family Engagement

NRS 385.605           Superintendent of Public Instruction required to ensure Advisory Council carries out duties successfully.

NRS 385.610           Establishment; appointment of members; election of officers; terms; administrative support by Department; compensation of members.

NRS 385.620           Duties; submission of reports.

NRS 385.625           Board of trustees authorized to establish local advisory council on parental involvement and family engagement.

 

Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement

NRS 385.630           Creation; duty of Superintendent of Public Instruction to appoint Director and to ensure sufficient number of personnel.

NRS 385.635           Duties; annual report; posting of certain information on Department’s website.

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS

NRS 385.700           Creation; membership; vacancy; meetings; election of Chair; quorum; authority to appoint subcommittees; service without compensation. [Effective through June 30, 2017.]

NRS 385.705           Duties; submission of biennial report; consideration of recommendations by State Board. [Effective through June 30, 2017.]

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NOTE:                    Section 1 of chapter 132, Statutes of Nevada 2011, at p. 632, has been codified as NRS 388.225.

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APPENDIX

JUDICIALLY APPROVED DISTRICTS FOR MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION BASED ON 2010 CENSUS

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

      NRS 385.005  Declaration of legislative intent; policies of integration or desegregation of public schools; recommendations to Legislature for equality of educational opportunity.

      1.  The Legislature reaffirms its intent that public education in the State of Nevada is essentially a matter for local control by local school districts. The provisions of this title are intended to reserve to the boards of trustees of local school districts within this state such rights and powers as are necessary to maintain control of the education of the children within their respective districts. These rights and powers may only be limited by other specific provisions of law.

      2.  The responsibility of establishing a statewide policy of integration or desegregation of public schools is reserved to the Legislature. The responsibility for establishing a local policy of integration or desegregation of public schools consistent with the statewide policy established by the Legislature is delegated to the respective boards of trustees of local school districts and to the governing body of each charter school.

      3.  The State Board shall, and the State Public Charter School Authority, each board of trustees of a local school district, the governing body of each charter school and any other school officer may, advise the Legislature at each regular session of any recommended legislative action to ensure high standards of equality of educational opportunity for all children in the State of Nevada.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 471; A 1997, 1840; 2011, 2318)

      NRS 385.007  Definitions.  As used in this title, unless the context otherwise requires:

      1.  “Charter school” means a public school that is formed pursuant to the provisions of NRS 386.490 to 386.649, inclusive.

      2.  “Department” means the Department of Education.

      3.  “Homeschooled child” means a child who receives instruction at home and who is exempt from compulsory attendance pursuant to NRS 392.070.

      4.  “Limited English proficient” has the meaning ascribed to it in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(25).

      5.  “Public schools” means all kindergartens and elementary schools, junior high schools and middle schools, high schools, charter schools and any other schools, classes and educational programs which receive their support through public taxation and, except for charter schools, whose textbooks and courses of study are under the control of the State Board.

      6.  “State Board” means the State Board of Education.

      7.  “University school for profoundly gifted pupils” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 392A.040.

      (Added to NRS by 1979, 1563; A 1997, 1840; 1999, 3289; 2003, 2958; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 2428)

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

      NRS 385.010  Creation; composition; executive head.

      1.  A Department of Education is hereby created.

      2.  The Department consists of the State Board of Education, the State Board for Career and Technical Education and the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

      3.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction is the executive head of the Department.

      [1:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1564; 1981, 413; 1985, 811; 1995, 32; 2001, 1025; 2005, 1046)

      NRS 385.014  Opinions of Attorney General.  When required, the Attorney General shall give an opinion in writing and without fee to the State Board, the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Commission on Professional Standards in Education on matters relating to the powers and duties of the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 1979, 1564; A 1987, 993)

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

      NRS 385.021  Composition; election and appointment of members; qualifications of members; terms of members; vacancies.

      1.  The State Board of Education is hereby created. The State Board consists of the following voting members:

      (a) One member elected by the registered voters of each congressional district described in NRS 304.060 to 304.120, inclusive;

      (b) One member appointed by the Governor;

      (c) One member appointed by the Governor, nominated by the Majority Leader of the Senate; and

      (d) One member appointed by the Governor, nominated by the Speaker of the Assembly.

      2.  In addition to the voting members described in subsection 1, the State Board consists of the following four nonvoting members:

      (a) One member appointed by the Governor who is a member of a board of trustees of a school district, nominated by the Nevada Association of School Boards;

      (b) One member appointed by the Governor who is the superintendent of schools of a school district, nominated by the Nevada Association of School Superintendents;

      (c) One member appointed by the Governor who represents the Nevada System of Higher Education, nominated by the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada; and

      (d) One member appointed by the Governor who is a pupil enrolled in a public school in this State, nominated by the Nevada Association of Student Councils or its successor organization and in consultation with the Nevada Youth Legislature. After the initial term, the term of the member appointed pursuant to this paragraph commences on June 1 and expires on May 31 of the following year.

      3.  Each member of the State Board elected pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1 must be a qualified elector of the district from which that member is elected.

      4.  Each member appointed pursuant to paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of subsection 1 and each member appointed pursuant to subsection 2 must be a resident of this State.

      5.  The Governor shall ensure that the members appointed pursuant to paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of subsection 1 represent the geographic diversity of this State and that:

      (a) One member is a teacher at a public school selected from a list of three candidates provided by the Nevada State Education Association.

      (b) One member is the parent or legal guardian of a pupil enrolled in a public school.

      (c) One member is a person active in a private business or industry of this State.

      6.  After the initial terms, each member:

      (a) Elected pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1 serves a term of 4 years. A member may be elected to serve not more than three terms but may be appointed to serve pursuant to paragraph (b), (c) or (d) of subsection 1 or subsection 2 after service as an elected member, notwithstanding the number of terms the member served as an elected member.

      (b) Appointed pursuant to paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of subsection 1 serves a term of 2 years. A member may be reappointed for additional terms of 2 years in the same manner as the original appointment.

      (c) Appointed pursuant to subsection 2 serves a term of 1 year. A member may be reappointed for additional terms of 1 year in the same manner as the original appointment.

      7.  If a vacancy occurs during the term of:

      (a) A member who was elected pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1, the Governor shall appoint a member to fill the vacancy until the next general election, at which election a member must be chosen for the balance of the unexpired term. The appointee must be a qualified elector of the district where the vacancy occurs.

      (b) A voting member appointed pursuant to paragraph (b), (c) or (d) of subsection 1 or a nonvoting member appointed pursuant to subsection 2, the vacancy must be filled in the same manner as the original appointment for the remainder of the unexpired term.

      (Added to NRS by 1971, 1532; A 1973, 159; 1979, 1565; 1981, 1818; 1991, 1089; 2001 Special Session, 347; 2011, 2300)

      NRS 385.030  Officers: President; Secretary.

      1.  At its first meeting after each election and qualification of newly elected members, the State Board of Education shall organize by electing one of its members as President, to serve at the pleasure of the Board.

      2.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction is the Secretary of the Board and shall serve without additional salary.

      [3:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1566)

      NRS 385.040  Meetings and quorum.

      1.  The State Board shall hold at least 9 but not more than 12 regular meetings annually at the State Capital. The Secretary shall call all regular meetings.

      2.  At least one of the meetings of the State Board must include a discussion with the superintendents of the school districts, presidents of the boards of trustees of the school districts, representatives of the governing bodies of charter schools, representatives of the governing bodies of university schools for profoundly gifted pupils and the chairs of all boards, commissions and councils in the public education system in this State to discuss:

      (a) The goals and benchmarks of the State for improving the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in public schools;

      (b) The effects of those goals and benchmarks on the school districts and public schools;

      (c) The status of the school districts and public schools in achieving the goals and benchmarks; and

      (d) The status of any corrective actions imposed on a school district or public school.

      3.  The State Board may hold special meetings at such other times and places as the State Board may direct. The Secretary shall call special meetings upon the written request of the President or any three voting members of the State Board.

      4.  A majority of the voting members of the State Board constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business, and no action of the State Board is valid unless that action receives, at a legally called meeting, the approval of a majority of all voting members.

      [4:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1566; 1983, 1441; 2011, 2302)

      NRS 385.050  Compensation of members; claims.

      1.  Each member of the State Board of Education is entitled to receive compensation of not more than $80 per day, as fixed by the State Board, for attending each meeting of the State Board, not to exceed 12 meetings in any calendar year.

      2.  While engaged in the business of the State Board, each member and employee of the State Board is entitled to receive the per diem allowance and travel expenses provided for state officers and employees generally.

      3.  Claims for compensation and expenses must be approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Examiners, and must be paid from money provided by direct legislative appropriation from the State General Fund as other claims against the State are paid.

      [5:32:1956]—(NRS A 1975, 497; 1979, 73; 1981, 1982; 1985, 418; 1989, 1714)

      NRS 385.060  Seal.  The Board shall adopt and use an official seal in authentication of its acts.

      [6:32:1956]

      NRS 385.075  Establishment of administrative policies.  The State Board shall establish policies to govern the administration of all functions of the State relating to supervision, management and control of public schools not conferred by law on some other agency.

      (Added to NRS by 1979, 1564)

      NRS 385.080  Regulations.  The State Board may adopt regulations for its own government and as necessary for the execution of the powers and duties conferred upon it by law.

      [8:32:1956]—(NRS A 1977, 222; 1979, 1566; 1987, 993, 1489; 1995, 1382)

      NRS 385.091  Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Formation.  The State Board, in the name and on behalf of the system of public schools in this State, may:

      1.  Cause to be formed a nonprofit corporation pursuant to chapter 82 of NRS for the acquisition of money and personal property for awards in recognition of exceptional teachers, pupils and public schools and for special projects regarding educational enhancement, including, but not limited to, any unique educational activity which is conducted by officials of the public schools to improve the educational performance of or learning opportunities for pupils or teachers in the public schools.

      2.  Determine the name of the corporation.

      3.  Specify that the corporation is formed for charitable and educational purposes, subject to the basic purpose of the corporation as set forth in subsection 1.

      4.  Specify any incidental powers which the corporation may exercise, including:

      (a) The power to solicit and receive contributions, gifts, grants, devises and bequests of money and personal property, or any combination thereof;

      (b) Any of the powers enumerated in NRS 82.121 except that the corporation may not receive or hold real property; and

      (c) The power to do all acts as may be necessary, convenient or desirable to carry out the purposes for which the corporation is formed.

      5.  Provide for:

      (a) The location and relocation of the office of the corporation;

      (b) Upon the dissolution of the corporation and the liquidation of its obligations, the distribution of its assets to the system of public schools in this State;

      (c) The perpetual existence of the corporation;

      (d) The governing body of the corporation and the appointment and reappointment of members thereto; and

      (e) The adoption of the bylaws for the corporation and any amendments thereto.

      (Added to NRS by 1987, 666; A 1991, 1314)

      NRS 385.092  Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Nature.

      1.  The nonprofit corporation, upon its formation, is:

      (a) A body corporate and politic; and

      (b) A political subdivision of this state.

      2.  The activities of this corporation are hereby determined to be public in nature.

      (Added to NRS by 1987, 667)

      NRS 385.093  Nonprofit corporation for educational enhancement and recognition: Income not to inure to any person; exceptions.  Any income of the nonprofit corporation may not inure to any member thereof or to any other natural person or partnership or corporation, excluding any payment of the expenses of the corporation for its operation and maintenance and any other obligations based on contract or tort.

      (Added to NRS by 1987, 667)

      NRS 385.095  Education Gift Fund: Restrictions on use of money in Fund; State Board required to record, review and report certain gifts deposited in Fund; use of form by donor; transmittal of reports to Legislature.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 385.091:

      1.  All gifts of money which the State Board is authorized to accept must be deposited in a special revenue fund in the State Treasury designated as the Education Gift Fund and reported pursuant to subsection 4.

      2.  The money available in the Education Gift Fund must be used only for the purpose specified by the donor, within the scope of the State Board’s powers and duties.

      3.  If all or part of the money accepted by the State Board from a donor is not expended before the end of any fiscal year, the remaining balance of the amount donated must remain in the Education Gift Fund until needed for the purpose specified by the donor.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 5, the State Board shall record each gift of money deposited in the Education Gift Fund pursuant to this section and prepare a report which includes, for each such gift:

      (a) The amount of the gift;

      (b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6, the name of the donor of the gift;

      (c) Any instructions provided by the donor concerning the use of the gift; and

      (d) Information concerning any connection between the donor and the State Board or the administration of the system of public education in this State, including, without limitation:

             (1) Any contract between the donor and the State Board;

             (2) Any contract between the donor and the State Public Charter School Authority;

             (3) Any bid by the donor for a contract with the State Board;

             (4) Any bid by the donor for a contract with the State Public Charter School Authority;

             (5) If the donor is a lobbyist as defined in NRS 218H.080, a statement of whether the donor lobbies on issues of interest to the State Board or relating to the system of public education in this State; and

             (6) Any service by the donor on a committee to form a charter school created pursuant to NRS 386.520.

      5.  This section does not apply to any gift of money:

      (a) In an amount less than $100,000, unless the cumulative total by the same donor within a 12-month period is equal to or more than $100,000; or

      (b) That is intended for a public broadcasting service.

      6.  A donor may remain anonymous for purposes of the report prepared pursuant to subsection 4, unless the donor is required to provide information pursuant to paragraph (d) of subsection 4.

      7.  The State Board may submit a form to each donor that requires the donor to provide the information required for inclusion in the report prepared pursuant to subsection 4. If the State Board uses such a form, the State Board may rely upon the information provided by the donor on the form for purposes of the report required of the State Board pursuant to subsection 4 and the State Board is not otherwise required to verify the contents of the information provided by the donor on the form.

      8.  The State Board shall include the report prepared pursuant to subsection 4 on the agenda of the next regular meeting of the State Board held pursuant to NRS 385.040 and review all transactions involving a gift listed on the report that have taken place since the previous meeting of the State Board.

      9.  On or before February 1 of each year, the State Board shall transmit each report prepared pursuant to subsection 4 in the immediately preceding year:

      (a) In odd-numbered years, to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the next regular session of the Legislature; and

      (b) In even-numbered years, to the Legislative Committee on Education.

      (Added to NRS by 1961, 43; A 1979, 618; 1983, 393; 1987, 667; 1991, 279; 2001, 2753; 2013, 1175, 2631)

      NRS 385.100  Regulations: Conditions for acceptance of money, services, commodities or equipment for public schools from federal agencies; exceptions.

      1.  The State Board of Education shall prescribe regulations under which contracts, agreements or arrangements may be made with agencies of the Federal Government for money, services, commodities or equipment to be made available to the public schools, subject to the supervision and control of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

      2.  All contracts, agreements or arrangements made by public schools in the State of Nevada involving money, services, commodities or equipment which may be provided by agencies of the Federal Government, must be entered into in accordance with the regulations prescribed by the State Board and in no other manner.

      3.  This section does not apply to any money received by any school district in the State of Nevada pursuant to the provisions of:

      (a) “An Act to provide financial assistance for local educational agencies in areas affected by federal activities, and for other purposes,” being Public Law 874-81st Congress; and

      (b) “An Act relating to the construction of school facilities in areas affected by federal activities, and for other purposes,” being Public Law 815-81st Congress,

Ê as these statutes were enacted and may be amended.

      [10:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1567)

      NRS 385.102  Higher Education Student Loan Program: “Institution of higher education” defined.  As used in NRS 385.104, “institution of higher education” means an educational institution which:

      1.  Admits as regular students only persons having received a certificate of graduation from high school, or the recognized equivalent of such a certificate, or those approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for training at a vocational-technical level;

      2.  Is authorized to provide a program of education beyond high school;

      3.  Awards a bachelor’s degree or a 2-year degree or certificate of graduation or a certificate of completion of a program beyond high school;

      4.  Is an institution with full approval of the State of Nevada or the United States Department of Education; and

      5.  Has recognized accreditation.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 1182; A 1979, 1567; 1983, 133)

      NRS 385.104  Higher Education Student Loan Program: Establishment; use of money; policies and regulations of State Board.

      1.  The Higher Education Student Loan Program is hereby established.

      2.  Money available for the Higher Education Student Loan Program must be used to provide loans to further the educational goals of Nevada residents who are admitted to and attending institutions of higher education.

      3.  The State Board shall establish policies and may adopt regulations for the administration of the Higher Education Student Loan Program.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 1183; A 1977, 230; 1979, 1567)

      NRS 385.106  Higher Education Student Loan Program: Administration; powers of State Board.

      1.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction may administer the Higher Education Student Loan Program and may consult with any public officer or private person in the State who may have an interest in higher education or in the Program. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall notify the State Board at least 30 days in advance if the Superintendent intends to stop administering the Program.

      2.  After receiving notice from the Superintendent of Public Instruction that he or she intends to stop administering the Program, but before the Superintendent actually stops administering it, the State Board, with the concurrence of the Governor, shall designate another public agency or private nonprofit organization to administer the Program in a manner which ensures continued access to the Program by postsecondary schools in this State, including all of the institutions of the Nevada System of Higher Education. The designation may authorize assumption of any reserves or liability accruing to an agency or organization engaged in administering the Program or the guarantee of student loans.

      3.  If the Superintendent of Public Instruction administers the Program, the State Board may:

      (a) Negotiate and accept federal and other money appropriated and available to insure loans for student educational purposes under the Program.

      (b) Negotiate and enter into such agreements with other agencies as it deems proper for the administration and conduct of the Program.

      (c) Accept gifts, grants and contributions from any source that will facilitate and assist the higher education of Nevada residents.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 1183; A 1977, 230; 1979, 1567; 1987, 853; 1993, 339)

      NRS 385.107  Higher Education Student Loan Program: Higher Education Student Loan Fund.  If the Superintendent of Public Instruction administers the Higher Education Student Loan Program:

      1.  The money available for the Program must be deposited in the State Treasury for credit to the Higher Education Student Loan Fund which is hereby created as a special revenue fund.

      2.  Each expenditure from this Fund must be paid as other claims against the State are paid.

      (Added to NRS by 1981, 1248; A 1987, 853)

      NRS 385.108  Higher Education Student Loan Program: Withdrawals; records.  If the Superintendent of Public Instruction administers the Higher Education Student Loan Program, the Superintendent shall:

      1.  Certify to the State Controller all withdrawals for purposes of the Program. The State Controller shall then issue a warrant to the State Treasurer in the amount of the certification. The State Treasurer shall disburse that amount in accordance with the warrant.

      2.  Use the money received for the Higher Education Student Loan Program for that Program.

      3.  Establish and maintain such records for the Program as are required by good accounting practices.

      (Added to NRS by 1969, 1183; A 1977, 230; 1979, 1568; 1987, 854)

      NRS 385.109  State Board to cooperate in plan for lunches for aged persons; regulations.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.112.]

 

      NRS 385.110  State Board to prescribe and cause enforcement of courses of study for public schools; exceptions.

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3, the State Board shall prescribe and cause to be enforced the courses of study for the public schools of this State. The courses of study prescribed and enforced by the State Board must comply with the standards of content and performance established by the Council to Establish Academic Standards for Public Schools pursuant to NRS 389.520.

      2.  For those courses of study prescribed by the State Board:

      (a) High schools may have modified courses of study, subject to the approval of the State Board; and

      (b) Any high school offering courses normally accredited as being beyond the level of the 12th grade shall, before offering such courses, have them approved by the State Board.

      3.  A charter school is not required to offer the courses of study prescribed by the State Board except for those courses of study which are required for promotion to the next grade or graduation from high school.

      [11:32:1956]—(NRS A 1997, 1841; 1999, 3382)

      NRS 385.115  State Board to cooperate in establishment of programs of information about missing children; regulations.  The State Board shall cooperate with the Attorney General in the establishment in the schools, including, without limitation, charter schools, of programs of information about missing children and adopt regulations containing guidelines for such programs.

      (Added to NRS by 1985, 2168; A 1997, 1841)

      NRS 385.125  Standard plans, designs and specifications for construction of school buildings: Adoption; approval by State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration prior to adoption; fee for costs of approval.

      1.  The State Board may adopt standard plans, designs and specifications for the construction of school buildings by the boards of trustees of the various school districts. If such plans, designs and specifications are adopted, provision must be made for the production and distribution of such plans, designs and specifications by appropriate rules and regulations. The board of trustees of a school district may use any such plans, designs and specifications if it determines that the plans, designs and specifications are in the best interests of the district.

      2.  Before the adoption of any such standard plans, designs and specifications, the State Board shall submit the plans, designs and specifications to the State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration, whose written approval thereof must be obtained before any further consideration by the State Board. The State Public Works Division shall verify that the plans, designs and specifications comply with all applicable requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101 et seq., and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto, including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities set forth in Appendix A of Part 36 of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The requirements of this subsection are not satisfied if the plans, designs and specifications comply solely with the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards set forth in Appendix A of Part 101-19.6 of Title 41 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

      3.  The State Public Works Division of the Department of Administration may charge and collect and the State Board may pay a reasonable fee for the costs incurred by the State Public Works Division in approving the standard plans, designs and specifications submitted.

      (Added to NRS by 1973, 727; A 1997, 2454; 1999, 2854)

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

      NRS 385.150  Appointment; unclassified service; position within Executive Department.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction:

      1.  Is appointed by the Governor from a list of three candidates submitted by the State Board and serves at the pleasure of the Governor.

      2.  Is in the unclassified service of the State.

      3.  Is in the Executive Department of State Government.

      [Part 1:108:1866; B § 2599; BH § 1636; C § 1782; RL § 2765; NCL § 4765] + [Part 9:108:1866; B § 2607; BH § 1644; C § 1790; RL § 2773; NCL § 4773] + [15:32:1956]—(NRS A 1957, 72; 1979, 1568; 1999, 3383; 2011, 2302)

      NRS 385.160  Qualifications.  To be eligible to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, a person shall:

      1.  Have attained the age of 21 years at the time of his or her appointment; and

      2.  Possess the knowledge and ability to carry out the duties required by this title and all other statutes and regulations governing K-12 public education.

      [Part 2:108:1866; A 1953, 711; 1955, 459] + [16:32:1956]—(NRS A 1957, 73; 2011, 2303; 2013, 2631)

      NRS 385.170  Pursuing other employment or holding other office for profit prohibited without approval of Governor.  The Superintendent shall not pursue any other business or occupation or hold any other office of profit without the approval of the Governor.

      [17:32:1956]—(NRS A 1957, 73; 1960, 395; 1961, 656; 1963, 1332; 1965, 704; 1966, 62; 1967, 1496; 1971, 1433; 1979, 73, 1568; 1981, 1278; 1985, 419; 2013, 2631)

      NRS 385.175  Designation as educational leader for system of K-12 public education; general duties.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction is the educational leader for the system of K-12 public education in this State. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall:

      1.  Execute, direct or supervise all administrative, technical and procedural activities of the Department in accordance with policies prescribed by the State Board.

      2.  Employ personnel for the positions approved by the State Board and necessary for the efficient operation of the Department.

      3.  Organize the Department in a manner which will assure efficient operation and service.

      4.  Maintain liaison and coordinate activities with other state agencies performing educational functions.

      5.  Enforce the observance of this title and all other statutes and regulations governing K-12 public education.

      6.  Request a plan of corrective action from the board of trustees of a school district or the governing body of a charter school if the Superintendent of Public Instruction determines that the school district or charter school has not complied with a requirement of this title or any other statute or regulation governing K-12 public education. The plan of corrective action must provide a timeline approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for compliance with the statute or regulation.

      7.  Perform such other duties as are prescribed by law.

      (Added to NRS by 1979, 1564; A 2011, 2303)

      NRS 385.180  Visitation of schools; consultations with educators.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction or a staff member of the Department designated by the Superintendent shall:

      1.  Visit each county in the State at least once each school year, and shall conduct institutes, visit schools, consult with school officers, or address public assemblies on subjects pertaining to the schools.

      2.  Consult and study with school officers and educators of this and other states on topics of school administration, school methods and school law.

      [18:32:1956]—(NRS A 1973, 234; 1979, 1568)

      NRS 385.190  Conferences of teachers and administrators.

      1.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction or a staff member designated by the Superintendent shall:

      (a) Convene teachers’ conferences in the various sections of the State in such places and at such times as he or she deems advisable.

      (b) Engage such conference lecturers and leaders as he or she deems advisable.

      (c) Preside over and regulate the programs of all teachers’ conferences.

      2.  No teachers’ conference may continue more than 5 days.

      3.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction or the designated staff member shall convene, in such places and at such times as he or she may designate, conferences of school administrators.

      [19:32:1956]—(NRS A 1973, 236; 1979, 1569; 1987, 419; 2013, 2631)

      NRS 385.200  Regulations: Reports to Department; proceedings.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall prescribe proper and necessary regulations for making reports to the Department and for conducting all necessary proceedings for which the Superintendent is responsible.

      [20:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1569)

      NRS 385.210  Form of school register; dissemination of information regarding statutes and regulations relating to schools; memorandum to school districts and charter schools; preparation and publication of Department bulletin.  Repealed. (See chapter 379, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2042.)

 

      NRS 385.220  Power to administer oaths.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction and members of the professional staff within the Department designated by the Superintendent may administer oaths relating to public schools.

      [22:32:1956]—(NRS A 1979, 1570)

      NRS 385.230  Annual report of the state of public education; contents of report; presentation and submission of report.

      1.  The Department shall, in conjunction with the State Board, prepare an annual report of the state of public education in this State. The report must include, without limitation:

      (a) An analysis of each annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572;

      (b) An update on the status of K-12 public education in this State;

      (c) A description of the most recent vision and mission statements of the State Board and the Department, including, without limitation, the progress made by the State Board and Department in achieving those visions and missions;

      (d) A description of the goals and benchmarks for improving the academic achievement of pupils which are included in the plan to improve the achievement of pupils required by NRS 385.3593;

      (e) An analysis of the progress the public schools have made in the previous year toward achieving the goals and benchmarks for improving the academic achievement of pupils;

      (f) An analysis of whether the standards and examinations adopted by the State Board adequately prepare pupils for success in postsecondary educational institutions and in career and workforce readiness;

      (g) An analysis of the extent to which school districts and charter schools recruit and retain effective teachers and principals;

      (h) An analysis of the ability of the automated system of accountability information for Nevada established pursuant to NRS 386.650 to link the achievement of pupils to the performance of the individual teachers assigned to those pupils and to the principals of the schools in which the pupils are enrolled;

      (i) An analysis of the extent to which the lowest performing public schools have improved the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in those schools;

      (j) A summary of the innovative educational programs implemented by public schools which have demonstrated the ability to improve the academic achievement of pupils, including, without limitation:

             (1) Pupils who are economically disadvantaged, as defined by the State Board;

             (2) Pupils from major racial and ethnic groups, as defined by the State Board;

             (3) Pupils with disabilities;

             (4) Pupils who are limited English proficient; and

             (5) Pupils who are migratory children, as defined by the State Board; and

      (k) A description of any plan of corrective action requested by the Superintendent of Public Instruction from the board of trustees of a school district or the governing body of a charter school and the status of that plan.

      2.  In odd-numbered years, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall present the report prepared pursuant to subsection 1 in person to the Governor and each standing committee of the Legislature with primary jurisdiction over matters relating to K-12 public education at the beginning of each regular session of the Legislature.

      3.  In even-numbered years, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall, on or before January 31, submit a written copy of the report prepared pursuant to subsection 1 to the Governor and to the Legislative Committee on Education.

      [23:32:1956]—(NRS A 1965, 1148; 1979, 1570; 1999, 3383; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2011, 2303; 2013, 2633)

      NRS 385.240  Approval of library books for public schools; exception for charter schools; actions subject to review by State Board.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 390.400.]

 

      NRS 385.250  Delivery of property to successor.  At the expiration of his or her term of office, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall deliver immediately to his or her successor in office all property and effects belonging to the office and shall take a receipt for the same.

      [25:32:1956]

DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENTS, PROFESSIONAL STAFF AND OTHER PERSONNEL

      NRS 385.290  Superintendent of Public Instruction authorized to appoint deputy superintendents.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction may appoint such deputy superintendents as the execution of the Superintendent’s duties may require. A deputy superintendent may perform any duty required of the Superintendent of Public Instruction during the absence of the Superintendent and shall do such work as the Superintendent may direct under the laws of the State.

      [29:32:1956]—(NRS A 1957, 84; 1969, 167; 1979, 1571; 1987, 827; 2013, 2634)

      NRS 385.300  Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Qualifications and appointment.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.310  Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Duties.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.3035.]

 

      NRS 385.315  Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services: Additional duties.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.3037.]

 

      NRS 385.320  Deputy superintendents in unclassified service; restriction on other employment.  Each deputy superintendent appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction pursuant to NRS 385.290:

      1.  Is in the unclassified service of the State.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in NRS 284.143, shall each devote his or her entire time and attention to the business of his or her office and shall not pursue any other business or occupation or hold any other office of profit.

      [32:32:1956]—(NRS A 1965, 1150; 1967, 1496; 1969, 169; 1971, 1434; 1979, 1573; 1981, 1278; 1985, 419; 1987, 830; 1997, 618; 2013, 2636)

      NRS 385.330  Professional staff and other appointed personnel: Duties; location of offices.

      1.  Professional staff and other personnel appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall perform such duties as are assigned by the Superintendent.

      2.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction, under the policies of the State Board, shall locate the offices of professional staff and other personnel where the needs of the education program can best be served.

      [33:32:1956]—(NRS A 1959, 801; 1965, 1150; 1969, 169; 1979, 1573)

      NRS 385.340  Qualifications of professional staff and other appointed personnel not in unclassified service.  The qualifications for the professional staff and other personnel appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction who are not in the unclassified service must be fixed by the Division of Human Resource Management of the Department of Administration.

      [34:32:1956]—(NRS A 1959, 801; 1963, 1068; 1965, 1151; 1969, 170; 1979, 1573; 1981, 1685; 1983, 641)

      NRS 385.345  Coordinator of the Use of Libraries and Related Technical Systems: Appointment; duties.

      1.  The position of Coordinator of the Use of Libraries and Related Technical Systems is hereby created. The Superintendent of Public Instruction may:

      (a) Assign the duties of the Coordinator to an employee of the Department of Education; or

      (b) Appoint a Coordinator.

      2.  The Coordinator of the Use of Libraries and Related Technical Systems shall:

      (a) Coordinate the use of public libraries by local school districts;

      (b) Coordinate services offered by the libraries in each school district;

      (c) Advise school districts on the proper use and management of libraries in the school districts and the services offered by those libraries;

      (d) In conjunction with the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Administration, coordinate the loan of materials and supplies between libraries;

      (e) Offer libraries assistance in the automation of their access to and use of technical materials;

      (f) Develop a library of audiovisual software and software for computers for the use of school libraries; and

      (g) Offer technical expertise to school libraries regarding such subjects as the new methods of gathering and retaining information.

      (Added to NRS by 1987, 988)

STATEWIDE SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTABILITY

General Provisions

      NRS 385.3455  Definitions.  As used in NRS 385.3455 to 385.3891, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 385.346 to 385.34675, inclusive, have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1759; A 1999, 2650; 2001, 833; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 1159, 1647, 1975; 2009, 337, 2304; 2013, 1894)

      NRS 385.346  “Bureau” defined.  “Bureau” means the Legislative Bureau of Educational Accountability and Program Evaluation created pursuant to NRS 218E.625.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1759)

      NRS 385.3465  “Committee” defined.  “Committee” means the Legislative Committee on Education created pursuant to NRS 218E.605.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 1759)

      NRS 385.3467  “Title I school” defined.  “Title I school” means a public school that receives money pursuant to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 20 U.S.C. §§ 6301 et seq., and is obligated to comply with the provisions of that federal law.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 2)

      NRS 385.34675  “Title I school district” defined.  “Title I school district” means a school district that receives money pursuant to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 20 U.S.C. §§ 6301 et seq., and is obligated to comply with the provisions of that federal law.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 2)

      NRS 385.3468  Applicability; scope.  The provisions of NRS 385.3455 to 385.3891, inclusive, do not supersede, negate or otherwise limit the effect or application of the provisions of chapters 288 and 391 of NRS or the rights, remedies and procedures afforded to employees of a school district under the terms of collective bargaining agreements, memoranda of understanding or other such agreements between employees and their employers.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 2; A 2005, 1159; 2009, 2304; 2013, 1894)

Annual Reports of Accountability Information; Plans to Improve the Achievement of Pupils

      NRS 385.3469  Contents of annual report of accountability for State Board; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 385.3572, 385.3574, 385.3576, 385.3578, 385.3581, 385.3583, 385.3584, 385.3585, 385.3587, 385.3589, 385.3591 and 385.3592.]

 

      NRS 385.34691  Plan by State Board to improve achievement of pupils: Preparation; contents; inclusion of 5-year strategic plan; establishment of goals and benchmarks; annual review and submission.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 385.3593.]

 

      NRS 385.34692  Summary of accountability information for State Board; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.347  Program of accountability for school districts and charter schools; preparation of annual report of accountability by school districts and sponsors of charter schools; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet. [Parts of this section were replaced in revision in 2013 by NRS 385.3472, 385.3474, 385.3476, 385.3478, 385.3481, 385.3483, 385.3485, 385.3487, 385.3489, 385.3491, 385.3493 and 385.3495.]

      1.  The board of trustees of each school district in this State, in cooperation with associations recognized by the State Board as representing licensed educational personnel in the district, shall adopt a program providing for the accountability of the school district to the residents of the district and to the State Board for the quality of the schools and the educational achievement of the pupils in the district, including, without limitation, pupils enrolled in charter schools sponsored by the school district. The board of trustees of each school district shall report the information required by NRS 385.347 to 385.3495, inclusive, for each charter school sponsored by the school district. The information for charter schools must be reported separately.

      2.  The board of trustees of each school district shall, on or before September 30 of each year, prepare a single annual report of accountability concerning the educational goals and objectives of the school district, the information prescribed by NRS 385.347 to 385.3495, inclusive, and such other information as is directed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. A separate reporting for a group of pupils must not be made pursuant to NRS 385.347 to 385.3495, inclusive, if the number of pupils in that group is insufficient to yield statistically reliable information or the results would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual pupil. The Department shall use the mechanism approved by the United States Department of Education for the statewide system of accountability for public schools for determining the minimum number of pupils that must be in a group for that group to yield statistically reliable information.

      3.  The State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school shall, on or before September 30 of each year, prepare an annual report of accountability of the charter schools sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority or institution, as applicable, concerning the accountability information prescribed by the Department pursuant to this section. The Department, in consultation with the State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school, shall prescribe by regulation the information that must be prepared by the State Public Charter School Authority and institution, as applicable, which must include, without limitation, the information contained in subsection 2 and NRS 385.347 to 385.3495, inclusive, as applicable to charter schools. The Department shall provide for public dissemination of the annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to this section by posting a copy of the report on the Internet website maintained by the Department.

      4.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to this section must be presented in an understandable and uniform format and, to the extent practicable, provided in a language that parents can understand.

      5.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall:

      (a) Prescribe forms for the reports required pursuant to this section and provide the forms to the respective school districts, the State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school.

      (b) Provide statistical information and technical assistance to the school districts, the State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school to ensure that the reports provide comparable information with respect to each school in each district, each charter school and among the districts and charter schools throughout this State.

      (c) Consult with a representative of the:

             (1) Nevada State Education Association;

             (2) Nevada Association of School Boards;

             (3) Nevada Association of School Administrators;

             (4) Nevada Parent Teacher Association;

             (5) Budget Division of the Department of Administration;

             (6) Legislative Counsel Bureau; and

             (7) Charter School Association of Nevada,

Ê concerning the program and consider any advice or recommendations submitted by the representatives with respect to the program.

      6.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction may consult with representatives of parent groups other than the Nevada Parent Teacher Association concerning the program and consider any advice or recommendations submitted by the representatives with respect to the program.

      7.  On or before September 30 of each year:

      (a) The board of trustees of each school district, the State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school shall provide written notice that the report required pursuant to this section is available on the Internet website maintained by the school district, State Public Charter School Authority or institution, if any, or otherwise provide written notice of the availability of the report. The written notice must be provided to the:

             (1) Governor;

             (2) State Board;

             (3) Department;

             (4) Committee;

             (5) Bureau; and

             (6) The Attorney General, with a specific reference to the information that is reported pursuant to paragraph (e) of subsection 1 of NRS 385.3483.

      (b) The board of trustees of each school district, the State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school shall provide for public dissemination of the annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to this section by posting a copy of the report on the Internet website maintained by the school district, the State Public Charter School Authority or the institution, if any. If a school district does not maintain a website, the district shall otherwise provide for public dissemination of the annual report by providing a copy of the report to the schools in the school district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, the residents of the district, and the parents and guardians of pupils enrolled in schools in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. If the State Public Charter School Authority or the institution does not maintain a website, the State Public Charter School Authority or the institution, as applicable, shall otherwise provide for public dissemination of the annual report by providing a copy of the report to each charter school it sponsors and the parents and guardians of pupils enrolled in each charter school it sponsors.

      8.  Upon the request of the Governor, the Attorney General, an entity described in paragraph (a) of subsection 7 or a member of the general public, the board of trustees of a school district, the State Public Charter School Authority or a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school, as applicable, shall provide a portion or portions of the report required pursuant to this section.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1903, 2030, 2128, 3243, 3400)

      NRS 385.3472  District accountability report: Pupil achievement and school performance.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on pupil achievement and school performance, including, without limitation, pupil achievement for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. The board of trustees of the district shall base its report on the results of the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807 and shall compare the results of those examinations for the current school year with those of previous school years. The report must include, for each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, and each grade in which the examinations and assessments were administered:

      1.  The number of pupils who took the examinations and a record of attendance for the period in which the examinations were administered, including an explanation of any difference in the number of pupils who took the examinations and the number of pupils who are enrolled in the school.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 of NRS 385.347, pupil achievement, reported separately by gender and reported separately for the groups of pupils identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      3.  A comparison of the achievement of pupils in each group identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools with the performance targets established for that group.

      4.  The percentage of pupils who were not tested.

      5.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 of NRS 385.347, the percentage of pupils who were not tested, reported separately by gender and reported separately for the groups identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      6.  The most recent 3-year trend in pupil achievement in each subject area tested and each grade level tested pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807, which may include information regarding the trend in the achievement of pupils for more than 3 years, if such information is available.

      7.  The rating of each public school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      8.  Information on whether each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, has made progress based upon the model adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 385.3595.

      9.  Information that compares the results of pupils in the school district, including, without limitation, pupils enrolled in charter schools sponsored by the district, with the results of pupils throughout this State. The information required by this subsection must be provided in consultation with the Department to ensure the accuracy of the comparison.

      10.  For each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, information that compares the results of pupils in the school with the results of pupils throughout the school district and throughout this State. The information required by this subsection must be provided in consultation with the Department to ensure the accuracy of the comparison.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1903, 3243)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3474  District accountability report: Class sizes.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on class sizes, including, without limitation:

      1.  The ratio of pupils to teachers in kindergarten and at each grade level for each elementary school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district; and

      2.  The average class size for each core academic subject, as set forth in NRS 389.018, for each secondary school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3476  District accountability report: Personnel employed by school district; designation of categories of personnel.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on personnel, including, without limitation:

      (a) The total number of persons employed for each elementary school, middle school or junior high school, and high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. Each such person must be reported as either an administrator, a teacher or other staff and must not be reported in more than one category.

      (b) In addition to the total number of persons employed by each school in each category, the number of employees in each of the three categories for each school expressed as a percentage of the total number of persons employed by the school.

      (c) The total number of persons employed by the school district, including without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. Each such person must be reported as either an administrator, a teacher or other staff and must not be reported in more than one category.

      (d) In addition to the total number of persons employed by the school district in each category, the number of employees in each of the three categories expressed as a percentage of the total number of persons employed by the school district.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Administrator” means a person who spends at least 50 percent of his or her work year supervising other staff or licensed personnel, or both, and who is not classified by the board of trustees of the school district as a professional-technical employee.

      (b) “Other staff” means all persons who are not reported as administrators or teachers, including, without limitation:

             (1) School counselors, school nurses and other employees who spend at least 50 percent of their work year providing emotional support, noninstructional guidance or medical support to pupils;

             (2) Noninstructional support staff, including, without limitation, janitors, school police officers and maintenance staff; and

             (3) Persons classified by the board of trustees of the school district as professional-technical employees, including, without limitation, technical employees and employees on the professional-technical pay scale.

      (c) “Teacher” means a person licensed pursuant to chapter 391 of NRS who is classified by the board of trustees of the school district:

             (1) As a teacher and who spends at least 50 percent of his or her work year providing instruction or discipline to pupils; or

             (2) As instructional support staff, who does not hold a supervisory position and who spends not more than 50 percent of his or her work year providing instruction to pupils. Such instructional support staff includes, without limitation, librarians and persons who provide instructional support.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3478  District accountability report: Professional qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals; attendance of teachers.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on teachers and paraprofessionals, including, without limitation:

      (a) Information on the professional qualifications of teachers employed by each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. The information must include, without limitation:

             (1) The percentage of teachers who are:

                   (I) Providing instruction pursuant to NRS 391.125;

                   (II) Providing instruction pursuant to a waiver of the requirements for licensure for the grade level or subject area in which the teachers are employed; or

                   (III) Otherwise providing instruction without an endorsement for the subject area in which the teachers are employed;

             (2) The percentage of classes in the core academic subjects, as set forth in NRS 389.018, that are not taught by highly qualified teachers;

             (3) The percentage of classes in the core academic subjects, as set forth in NRS 389.018, that are not taught by highly qualified teachers, in the aggregate and disaggregated by high-poverty compared to low-poverty schools, which for the purposes of this subparagraph means schools in the top quartile of poverty and the bottom quartile of poverty in this State;

             (4) For each middle school, junior high school and high school:

                   (I) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for 20 consecutive days or more in the same classroom or assignment, designated as long-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days long-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level and subject area; and

                   (II) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for less than 20 consecutive days, designated as short-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days short-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level and subject area; and

             (5) For each elementary school:

                   (I) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for 20 consecutive days or more in the same classroom or assignment, designated as long-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days long-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level; and

                   (II) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for less than 20 consecutive days, designated as short-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days short-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level.

      (b) Records of attendance of teachers who provide instruction, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. The records of attendance maintained by a school for purposes of this paragraph must include the number of teachers who are in attendance at school and the number of teachers who are absent from school. A teacher shall be deemed in attendance if the teacher is excused from being present in the classroom by the school in which the teacher is employed for one of the following reasons:

             (1) Acquisition of knowledge or skills relating to the professional development of the teacher; or

             (2) Assignment of the teacher to perform duties for cocurricular or extracurricular activities of pupils.

      (c) Information on the paraprofessionals employed by each public school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. The information must include:

             (1) The number of paraprofessionals employed at the school; and

             (2) The number and percentage of all paraprofessionals who do not satisfy the qualifications set forth in 20 U.S.C. § 6319(c). The reporting requirements of this subparagraph apply to paraprofessionals who are employed in positions supported with Title I money and to paraprofessionals who are not employed in positions supported with Title I money.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Highly qualified” has the meaning ascribed to it in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(23).

      (b) “Paraprofessional” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 391.008.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1646)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3481  District accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on the attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils, including, without limitation:

      (a) Records of the attendance and truancy of pupils in all grades, including, without limitation:

             (1) The average daily attendance of pupils, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

             (2) For each elementary school, middle school and junior high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district that provides instruction to pupils enrolled in a grade level other than high school, information that compares the attendance of the pupils enrolled in the school with the attendance of pupils throughout the district and throughout this State. The information required by this subparagraph must be provided in consultation with the Department to ensure the accuracy of the comparison.

      (b) The number of pupils in each grade who are retained in the same grade pursuant to NRS 392.033 or 392.125, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (c) The transiency rate of pupils for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. For the purposes of this paragraph, a pupil is not transient if the pupil is transferred to a different school within the school district as a result of a change in the zone of attendance by the board of trustees of the school district pursuant to NRS 388.040.

      (d) The number of habitual truants who are reported to an attendance officer, a school police officer or a law enforcement agency pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144 and the number of habitual truants who are referred to an advisory board to review school attendance pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144, for each school in the district and for the district as a whole.

      2.  On or before September 30 of each year:

      (a) The board of trustees of each school district shall submit to each advisory board to review school attendance created in the county pursuant to NRS 392.126 the information required by paragraph (a) of subsection 1.

      (b) The State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school shall submit to each advisory board to review school attendance created in a county pursuant to NRS 392.126 the information regarding the records of the attendance and truancy of pupils enrolled in the charter school located in that county, if any, in accordance with the regulations prescribed by the Department pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 385.347.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1679)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3481  District accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective January 1, 2015.]

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on the attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils, including, without limitation:

      (a) Records of the attendance and truancy of pupils in all grades, including, without limitation:

             (1) The average daily attendance of pupils, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

             (2) For each elementary school, middle school and junior high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district that provides instruction to pupils enrolled in a grade level other than high school, information that compares the attendance of the pupils enrolled in the school with the attendance of pupils throughout the district and throughout this State. The information required by this subparagraph must be provided in consultation with the Department to ensure the accuracy of the comparison.

      (b) The number of pupils in each grade who are retained in the same grade pursuant to NRS 392.033 or 392.125, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (c) The transiency rate of pupils for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. For the purposes of this paragraph, a pupil is not transient if the pupil is transferred to a different school within the school district as a result of a change in the zone of attendance by the board of trustees of the school district pursuant to NRS 388.040.

      (d) The number of habitual truants reported for each school in the district and for the district as a whole, including, without limitation, the number who are:

             (1) Reported to an attendance officer, a school police officer or a local law enforcement agency pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144;

             (2) Referred to an advisory board to review school attendance pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144; and

             (3) Referred for the imposition of administrative sanctions pursuant to paragraph (c) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144.

      2.  On or before September 30 of each year:

      (a) The board of trustees of each school district shall submit to each advisory board to review school attendance created in the county pursuant to NRS 392.126 the information required by paragraph (a) of subsection 1.

      (b) The State Public Charter School Authority and each college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school shall submit to each advisory board to review school attendance created in a county pursuant to NRS 392.126 the information regarding the records of the attendance and truancy of pupils enrolled in the charter school located in that county, if any, in accordance with the regulations prescribed by the Department pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 385.347.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1679, 2449, 3243, effective January 1, 2015)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3483  District accountability report: Discipline of pupils.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on the discipline of pupils, including, without limitation:

      (a) Records of incidents involving weapons or violence for each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (b) Records of incidents involving the use or possession of alcoholic beverages or controlled substances for each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (c) Records of the suspension and expulsion of pupils required or authorized pursuant to NRS 392.466 and 392.467.

      (d) The number of pupils who are deemed habitual disciplinary problems pursuant to NRS 392.4655, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (e) For each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district:

             (1) The number of reported violations of NRS 388.135 occurring at a school or otherwise involving a pupil enrolled at a school, regardless of the outcome of the investigation conducted pursuant to NRS 388.1351;

             (2) The number of incidents determined to be bullying or cyber-bullying after an investigation is conducted pursuant to NRS 388.1351;

             (3) The number of incidents resulting in suspension or expulsion for bullying or cyber-bullying; and

             (4) Any actions taken to reduce the number of incidents of bullying or cyber-bullying including, without limitation, training that was offered or other policies, practices and programs that were implemented.

      (f) For each high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district that operates as a high school, and for high schools in the district as a whole:

             (1) The number and percentage of pupils whose violations of the code of honor relating to cheating prescribed pursuant to NRS 392.461 or any other code of honor applicable to pupils enrolled in high school were reported to the principal of the high school, reported by the type of violation;

             (2) The consequences, if any, to the pupil whose violation is reported pursuant to subparagraph (1), reported by the type of consequence;

             (3) The number of any such violations of a code of honor in a previous school year by a pupil whose violation is reported pursuant to subparagraph (1), reported by the type of violation; and

             (4) The process used by the high school to address violations of a code of honor which are reported to the principal.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Bullying” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 388.122.

      (b) “Cyber-bullying” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 388.123.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 1646, 1903, 2030, 2128)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3485  District accountability report: Graduation and drop-out rates of pupils; enrollment of pupils in remedial college courses.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on the graduation and drop-out rates of pupils and the enrollment of pupils in remedial courses in college, including, without limitation:

      1.  For each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, the number and percentage of pupils who received:

      (a) A standard high school diploma.

      (b) An adult diploma.

      (c) An adjusted diploma.

      2.  For each high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district that operates as a high school, information that provides a comparison of the rate of graduation of pupils enrolled in the high school with the rate of graduation of pupils throughout the district and throughout this State. The information required by this subsection must be provided in consultation with the Department to ensure the accuracy of the comparison.

      3.  The annual rate of pupils who drop out of school in grade 8 and a separate reporting of the annual rate of pupils who drop out of school in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, for each such grade, for each school in the district and for the district as a whole. The reporting for pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, excludes pupils who:

      (a) Provide proof to the school district of successful completion of the high school equivalency assessment selected by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.448.

      (b) Are enrolled in courses that are approved by the Department as meeting the requirements for an adult standard diploma.

      (c) Withdraw from school to attend another school.

      4.  For each high school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, the percentage of pupils who graduated from that high school or charter school in the immediately preceding year and enrolled in remedial courses in reading, writing or mathematics at a university, state college or community college within the Nevada System of Higher Education.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 3243)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3487  District accountability report: Pupils who are limited English proficient.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, information regarding the progression of pupils who are limited English proficient in attaining proficiency in the English language, including, without limitation:

      1.  The number and percentage of pupils who were identified as limited English proficient at the beginning of the school year, were continually enrolled throughout the school year and were identified as proficient in English by the completion of the school year;

      2.  The achievement and proficiency of pupils who are limited English proficient in comparison to the pupils who are proficient in English;

      3.  A comparison of pupils who are limited English proficient and pupils who are proficient in the English language in the following areas:

      (a) Retention rates;

      (b) Graduation rates;

      (c) Dropout rates;

      (d) Grade point averages; and

      (e) Scores on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807; and

      4.  Results of the assessments and reassessments of pupils who are limited English proficient, reported separately by the primary language of the pupils, pursuant to the policy developed by the board of trustees of the school district pursuant to NRS 388.407.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 3400)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3489  District accountability report: Career and technical education.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, information on pupils enrolled in career and technical education, including, without limitation:

      1.  The number of pupils enrolled in a course of career and technical education;

      2.  The number of pupils who completed a course of career and technical education;

      3.  The average daily attendance of pupils who are enrolled in a program of career and technical education;

      4.  The annual rate of pupils who dropped out of school and were enrolled in a program of career and technical education before dropping out;

      5.  The number and percentage of pupils who completed a program of career and technical education and who received a standard high school diploma or an adjusted diploma; and

      6.  The number and percentage of pupils who completed a program of career and technical education and who did not receive a high school diploma because the pupils failed to satisfy the criteria prescribed by the State Board pursuant to NRS 389.805.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318; 2013, 3243)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.349  Summary of accountability information for school districts and charter schools; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3491  District accountability report: Curriculum; remedial and special programs.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on the curriculum and remedial and special programs, including, without limitation:

      1.  The curriculum used by the school district, including:

      (a) Any special programs for pupils at an individual school; and

      (b) The curriculum used by each charter school sponsored by the district.

      2.  A compilation of the programs of remedial study that are purchased in whole or in part with money received from this State, for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. The compilation must include:

      (a) The amount and sources of money received for programs of remedial study for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      (b) An identification of each program of remedial study, listed by subject area.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3493  District accountability report: Fiscal information; technological facilities and equipment.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include fiscal information and information relating to technological facilities and equipment, including, without limitation:

      1.  The total expenditure per pupil for each school in the district and the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district. If this State has a financial analysis program that is designed to track educational expenditures and revenues to individual schools, each school district shall use that statewide program in complying with this subsection. If a statewide program is not available, each school district shall use its own financial analysis program in complying with this subsection.

      2.  Each source of funding for the school district.

      3.  An identification of the appropriations made by the Legislature that are available to the school district or the schools within the district and programs approved by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils.

      4.  The amount and sources of money received for the training and professional development of teachers and other educational personnel for each school in the district and for the district as a whole, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district.

      5.  The technological facilities and equipment available at each school, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, and the district’s plan to incorporate educational technology at each school.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.3495  District accountability report: District communication; parental involvement.  The annual report of accountability prepared pursuant to NRS 385.347 must include information on district communication efforts and parental involvement, including, without limitation, efforts made by the school district and by each school in the district, including, without limitation, each charter school sponsored by the district, to increase:

      1.  Communication with the parents of pupils enrolled in the district;

      2.  The participation of parents in the educational process and activities relating to the school district and each school, including, without limitation, the existence of parent organizations and school advisory committees; and

      3.  The involvement of parents and the engagement of families of pupils enrolled in the district in the education of their children.

      (Added to NRS by 1989, 2117; A 1993, 2745; 1995, 1741, 1744; 1997, 1767, 1841, 2832; 1999, 613, 617, 2650, 3449; 2001, 248, 1470, 3119; 2003, 19th Special Session, 34; 2005, 353, 1164, 2390, 2530; 2007, 366, 1070, 1809, 1936, 2549; 2009, 344; 2011, 552, 640, 1964, 2234, 2269, 2318)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.347)

      NRS 385.357  Plan to improve achievement of pupils for individual schools; annual review; process for submission and approval of plan; timeline for carrying out plan.

      1.  The principal of each school, including, without limitation, each charter school, shall, in consultation with the employees of the school, prepare a plan to improve the achievement of the pupils enrolled in the school.

      2.  The plan developed pursuant to subsection 1 must include:

      (a) A review and analysis of the data pertaining to the school upon which the report required pursuant to subsection 2 or 3 of NRS 385.347, as applicable, is based and a review and analysis of any data that is more recent than the data upon which the report is based.

      (b) The identification of any problems or factors at the school that are revealed by the review and analysis.

      (c) Strategies based upon scientifically based research, as defined in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(37), that will strengthen the core academic subjects, as defined in NRS 389.018.

      (d) Policies and practices concerning the core academic subjects which have the greatest likelihood of ensuring that each group of pupils enrolled in the school and identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools will meet the performance targets established for that group.

      (e) Annual measurable objectives and performance targets, consistent with the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools, for the continuous and substantial progress by each group of pupils identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools who are enrolled in the school to ensure that each group will meet the performance targets established for that group.

      (f) Strategies and practices which:

             (1) Are consistent with the policy adopted pursuant to NRS 392.457 by the board of trustees of the school district in which the school is located, to promote effective involvement by parents and families of pupils enrolled in the school in the education of their children; and

             (2) Are designed to improve and promote effective involvement and engagement by parents and families of pupils enrolled in the school which are consistent with the policies and recommendations of the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement made pursuant to NRS 385.635.

      (g) As appropriate, programs of remedial education or tutoring to be offered before and after school, during the summer, or between sessions if the school operates on a year-round calendar for pupils enrolled in the school who need additional instructional time to pass or to reach a level considered proficient.

      (h) Strategies to improve the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in the school, including, without limitation, strategies to:

             (1) Instruct pupils who are not achieving to their fullest potential, including, without limitation:

                   (I) The curriculum appropriate to improve achievement;

                   (II) The manner by which the instruction will improve the achievement and proficiency of pupils on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807; and

                   (III) An identification of the instruction and curriculum that is specifically designed to improve the achievement and proficiency of pupils in each group identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools;

             (2) Increase the rate of attendance of pupils and reduce the number of pupils who drop out of school;

             (3) Integrate technology into the instructional and administrative programs of the school;

             (4) Manage effectively the discipline of pupils; and

             (5) Enhance the professional development offered for the teachers and administrators employed at the school to include the activities set forth in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(34) and to address the specific needs of pupils enrolled in the school, as deemed appropriate by the principal.

      (i) An identification, by category, of the employees of the school who are responsible for ensuring that the plan is carried out effectively.

      (j) In consultation with the school district or governing body, as applicable, an identification, by category, of the employees of the school district or governing body, if any, who are responsible for ensuring that the plan is carried out effectively or for overseeing and monitoring whether the plan is carried out effectively.

      (k) In consultation with the Department, an identification, by category, of the employees of the Department, if any, who are responsible for overseeing and monitoring whether the plan is carried out effectively.

      (l) For each provision of the plan, a timeline for carrying out that provision, including, without limitation, a timeline for monitoring whether the provision is carried out effectively.

      (m) For each provision of the plan, measurable criteria for determining whether the provision has contributed toward improving the academic achievement of pupils, increasing the rate of attendance of pupils and reducing the number of pupils who drop out of school.

      (n) The resources available to the school to carry out the plan. If this State has a financial analysis program that is designed to track educational expenditures and revenues to individual schools, each school shall use that statewide program in complying with this paragraph. If a statewide program is not available, each school shall use the financial analysis program used by the school district in which the school is located in complying with this paragraph.

      (o) A summary of the effectiveness of appropriations made by the Legislature that are available to the school to improve the academic achievement of pupils and programs approved by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils.

      (p) A budget of the overall cost for carrying out the plan.

      3.  The principal of each school shall, in consultation with the employees of the school:

      (a) Review the plan prepared pursuant to this section annually to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan; and

      (b) Based upon the evaluation of the plan, make revisions, as necessary, to ensure that the plan is designed to improve the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in the school.

      4.  On or before December 15 of each year, the principal of each school shall submit the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, to:

      (a) If the school is a public school of the school district, the superintendent of schools of the school district.

      (b) If the school is a charter school, the governing body of the charter school.

      5.  If a Title I school is rated as underperforming pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools, the superintendent of schools of the school district or the governing body, as applicable, shall carry out a process for peer review of the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, in accordance with 20 U.S.C. § 6316(b)(3)(E) and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto. Not later than 45 days after receipt of the plan, the superintendent of schools of the school district or the governing body, as applicable, shall approve the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, if it meets the requirements of 20 U.S.C. § 6316(b)(3) and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto and the requirements of this section. The superintendent of schools of the school district or the governing body, as applicable, may condition approval of the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, in the manner set forth in 20 U.S.C. § 6316(b)(3)(B) and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto. The State Board shall prescribe the requirements for the process of peer review, including, without limitation, the qualifications of persons who may serve as peer reviewers.

      6.  If a school is rated as meeting the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools, or if a school that is not a Title I school is rated as underperforming pursuant to the statewide accountability system for public schools, not later than 45 days after receipt of the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, the superintendent of schools of the school district or the governing body, as applicable, shall approve the plan or the revised plan if it meets the requirements of this section.

      7.  On or before January 31 of each year, the principal of each school shall submit the final plan or the final revised plan, as applicable, to the:

      (a) Superintendent of Public Instruction;

      (b) Governor;

      (c) State Board;

      (d) Department;

      (e) Committee;

      (f) Bureau; and

      (g) Board of trustees of the school district in which the school is located or, if the school is a charter school, the sponsor of the charter school and the governing body of the charter school.

      8.  A plan for the improvement of a school must be carried out expeditiously, but not later than February 15 after approval of the plan pursuant to subsection 5 or 6, as applicable.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 11; A 2005, 710, 1651, 1978; 2007, 1946; 2009, 2304; 2011, 562, 1974, 2328; 2013, 1912, 3251)

      NRS 385.3572  State accountability report: Requirements; public dissemination of report; notice of availability on Internet.

      1.  The State Board shall prepare a single annual report of accountability that includes, without limitation the information prescribed by NRS 385.3572 to 385.3592, inclusive.

      2.  A separate reporting for a group of pupils must not be made pursuant to this section and NRS 385.3572 to 385.3592, inclusive, if the number of pupils in that group is insufficient to yield statistically reliable information or the results would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual pupil. The Department shall use the mechanism approved by the United States Department of Education for the statewide system of accountability for public schools for determining the minimum number of pupils that must be in a group for that group to yield statistically reliable information.

      3.  The annual report of accountability must:

      (a) Be prepared in a concise manner; and

      (b) Be presented in an understandable and uniform format and, to the extent practicable, provided in a language that parents can understand.

      4.  On or before October 15 of each year, the State Board shall:

      (a) Provide for public dissemination of the annual report of accountability by posting a copy of the report on the Internet website maintained by the Department; and

      (b) Provide written notice that the report is available on the Internet website maintained by the Department. The written notice must be provided to the:

             (1) Governor;

             (2) Committee;

             (3) Bureau;

             (4) Board of Regents of the University of Nevada;

             (5) Board of trustees of each school district;

             (6) Governing body of each charter school; and

             (7) The Attorney General, with a specific reference to the information that is reported pursuant to paragraph (e) of subsection 1 of NRS 385.3584.

      5.  Upon the request of the Governor, the Attorney General, an entity described in paragraph (b) of subsection 4 or a member of the general public, the State Board shall provide a portion or portions of the annual report of accountability.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 1894, 2122)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3574  State accountability report: Pupil achievement and school performance.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on pupil achievement and school performance, including, without limitation:

      1.  Information on the achievement of all pupils based upon the results of the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 of NRS 385.3572, pupil achievement, reported separately by gender and reported separately for the groups of pupils identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      3.  A comparison of the achievement of pupils in each group identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools with the performance targets established for that group.

      4.  The percentage of all pupils who were not tested, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      5.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 of NRS 385.3572, the percentage of pupils who were not tested, reported separately by gender and reported separately for the groups identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      6.  The most recent 3-year trend in the achievement of pupils in each subject area tested and each grade level tested pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, which may include information regarding the trend in the achievement of pupils for more than 3 years, if such information is available.

      7.  The rating of each public school, including, without limitation, each charter school, pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      8.  Information on whether each public school, including, without limitation, each charter school, has made progress based upon the model adopted by the Department pursuant to NRS 385.3595, if applicable for the grade level of pupils enrolled at the school.

      9.  Information on the results of pupils who participated in the examinations of the National Assessment of Educational Progress required pursuant to NRS 389.012.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 1894, 3232)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3576  State accountability report: Class sizes.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on class sizes, including, without limitation:

      1.  The ratio of pupils to teachers in kindergarten and at each grade level for all elementary schools, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole; and

      2.  The average class size for each core academic subject, as set forth in NRS 389.018, for each secondary school, reported for each school district and for this State as a whole.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3578  State accountability report: Personnel employed by each school district; designation of categories of personnel.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on personnel, including, without limitation:

      (a) The total number of persons employed by each school district in this State, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district. Each such person must be reported as either an administrator, a teacher or other staff and must not be reported in more than one category.

      (b) In addition to the total number of persons employed by each school district in each category, the number of employees in each of the three categories expressed as a percentage of the total number of persons employed by the school district.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Administrator” means a person who spends at least 50 percent of his or her work year supervising other staff or licensed personnel, or both, and who is not classified by the board of trustees of a school district as a professional-technical employee.

      (b) “Other staff” means all persons who are not reported as administrators or teachers, including, without limitation:

             (1) School counselors, school nurses and other employees who spend at least 50 percent of their work year providing emotional support, noninstructional guidance or medical support to pupils;

             (2) Noninstructional support staff, including, without limitation, janitors, school police officers and maintenance staff; and

             (3) Persons classified by the board of trustees of a school district as professional-technical employees, including, without limitation, technical employees and employees on the professional-technical pay scale.

      (c) “Teacher” means a person licensed pursuant to chapter 391 of NRS who is classified by the board of trustees of a school district:

             (1) As a teacher and who spends at least 50 percent of his or her work year providing instruction or discipline to pupils; or

             (2) As instructional support staff, who does not hold a supervisory position and who spends not more than 50 percent of his or her work year providing instruction to pupils. Such instructional support staff includes, without limitation, librarians and persons who provide instructional support.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.358  Summary of accountability information for individual schools; submission and public dissemination of summary; availability of summary on Internet.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3581  State accountability report: Professional qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals; attendance of teachers.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on teachers and paraprofessionals, including, without limitation:

      (a) For each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, information on the professional qualifications of teachers employed by the school districts and charter schools, including, without limitation:

             (1) The percentage of teachers who are:

                   (I) Providing instruction pursuant to NRS 391.125;

                   (II) Providing instruction pursuant to a waiver of the requirements for licensure for the grade level or subject area in which the teachers are employed; or

                   (III) Otherwise providing instruction without an endorsement for the subject area in which the teachers are employed;

             (2) The percentage of classes in the core academic subjects, as set forth in NRS 389.018, in this State that are not taught by highly qualified teachers;

             (3) The percentage of classes in the core academic subjects, as set forth in NRS 389.018, in this State that are not taught by highly qualified teachers, in the aggregate and disaggregated by high-poverty compared to low-poverty schools, which for the purposes of this subparagraph means schools in the top quartile of poverty and the bottom quartile of poverty in this State;

             (4) For each middle school, junior high school and high school:

                   (I) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for 20 consecutive days or more in the same classroom or assignment, designated as long-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days long-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level and subject area; and

                   (II) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for less than 20 consecutive days, designated as short-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days short-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level and subject area; and

             (5) For each elementary school:

                   (I) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for 20 consecutive days or more in the same classroom or assignment, designated as long-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days long-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level; and

                   (II) The number of persons employed as substitute teachers for less than 20 consecutive days, designated as short-term substitute teachers, including the total number of days short-term substitute teachers were employed at each school, identified by grade level.

      (b) The attendance of teachers who provide instruction, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (c) Information on the paraprofessionals employed at public schools in this State, including, without limitation, the charter schools in this State. The information must include:

             (1) The number of paraprofessionals employed, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole; and

             (2) For each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, the number and percentage of all paraprofessionals who do not satisfy the qualifications set forth in 20 U.S.C. § 6319(c). The reporting requirements of this subparagraph apply to paraprofessionals who are employed in programs supported with Title I money and to paraprofessionals who are not employed in programs supported with Title I money.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Highly qualified” has the meaning ascribed to it in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(23).

      (b) “Paraprofessional” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 391.008.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3583  State accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective through December 31, 2014.]  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on the attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils, including, without limitation:

      1.  For all elementary schools, junior high schools and middle schools, the rate of attendance, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      2.  The number of pupils in each grade who are retained in the same grade pursuant to NRS 392.033 or 392.125, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      3.  The transiency rate of pupils, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole. For the purposes of this subsection, a pupil is not a transient if the pupil is transferred to a different school within the school district as a result of a change in the zone of attendance by the board of trustees of the school district pursuant to NRS 388.040.

      4.  The number of habitual truants who are reported to an attendance officer, a school police officer or a local law enforcement agency pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144 and the number of habitual truants who are referred to an advisory board to review school attendance pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 1673)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3583  State accountability report: Attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils. [Effective January 1, 2015.]  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on the attendance, truancy and transiency of pupils, including, without limitation:

      1.  For all elementary schools, junior high schools and middle schools, the rate of attendance, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      2.  The number of pupils in each grade who are retained in the same grade pursuant to NRS 392.033 or 392.125, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      3.  The transiency rate of pupils, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole. For the purposes of this subsection, a pupil is not a transient if the pupil is transferred to a different school within the school district as a result of a change in the zone of attendance by the board of trustees of the school district pursuant to NRS 388.040.

      4.  The number of habitual truants reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, including, without limitation, the number who are:

      (a) Reported to an attendance officer, a school police officer or a local law enforcement agency pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144;

      (b) Referred to an advisory board to review school attendance pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144; and

      (c) Referred for the imposition of administrative sanctions pursuant to paragraph (c) of subsection 2 of NRS 392.144.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 1673, 2443, effective January 1, 2015)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3584  State accountability report: Discipline of pupils.

      1.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on the discipline of pupils, including, without limitation:

      (a) Incidents involving weapons or violence, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (b) Incidents involving the use or possession of alcoholic beverages or controlled substances, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (c) The suspension and expulsion of pupils required or authorized pursuant to NRS 392.466 and 392.467, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (d) The number of pupils who are deemed habitual disciplinary problems pursuant to NRS 392.4655, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (e) For each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole:

             (1) The number of reported violations of NRS 388.135 occurring at a school or otherwise involving a pupil enrolled at a school, regardless of the outcome of the investigation conducted pursuant to NRS 388.1351;

             (2) The number of incidents determined to be bullying or cyber-bullying after an investigation is conducted pursuant to NRS 388.1351; 

             (3) The number of incidents resulting in suspension or expulsion for bullying or cyber-bullying; and

             (4) Any actions taken to reduce the number of incidents of bullying or cyber-bullying, including, without limitation, training that was offered or other policies, practices and programs that were implemented.

      (f) For each high school in each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school that operates as a high school, and for the high schools in this State as a whole:

             (1) The number and percentage of pupils whose violations of the code of honor relating to cheating prescribed pursuant to NRS 392.461 or any other code of honor applicable to pupils enrolled in high school were reported to the principal of the high school, reported by the type of violation;

            (2) The consequences, if any, to the pupil whose violation is reported pursuant to subparagraph (1), reported by the type of consequence;

             (3) The number of any such violations of a code of honor in a previous school year by a pupil whose violation is reported pursuant to subparagraph (1), reported by the type of violation; and

             (4) The process used by the high school to address violations of a code of honor which are reported to the principal.

      2.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Bullying” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 388.122.

      (b) “Cyber-bullying” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 388.123.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 1638, 1894, 2024, 2122)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3585  State accountability report: Graduation and drop-out rates of pupils; enrollment of pupils in remedial college courses.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on the graduation and drop-out rates of pupils and the enrollment of pupils in remedial courses in college, including, without limitation:

      1.  For each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, the number and percentage of pupils who received:

      (a) A standard high school diploma.

      (b) An adult diploma.

      (c) An adjusted diploma.

      2.  The annual rate of pupils who drop out of school in grade 8 and a separate reporting of the annual rate of pupils who drop out of school in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole. The reporting for pupils in grades 9 to 12, inclusive, excludes pupils who:

      (a) Provide proof to the school district of successful completion of the high school equivalency assessment selected by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.448.

      (b) Are enrolled in courses that are approved by the Department as meeting the requirements for an adult standard diploma.

      (c) Withdraw from school to attend another school.

      3.  The percentage of pupils who graduated from a high school or charter school in the immediately preceding year and enrolled in remedial courses in reading, writing or mathematics at a university, state college or community college within the Nevada System of Higher Education, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 3232)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3587  State accountability report: Pupils who are limited English proficient.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole, information regarding the progression of pupils who are limited English proficient in attaining proficiency in the English language, including, without limitation:

      1.  The number and percentage of pupils who were identified as limited English proficient at the beginning of the school year, were continually enrolled throughout the school year and were identified as proficient in English by the completion of the school year;

      2.  The achievement and proficiency of pupils who are limited English proficient in comparison to the pupils who are proficient in English;

      3.  A comparison of pupils who are limited English proficient and pupils who are proficient in the English language in the following areas:

      (a) Retention rates;

      (b) Graduation rates;

      (c) Dropout rates;

      (d) Grade point averages; and

      (e) Scores on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807; and

      4.  Results of the assessments and reassessments of pupils who are limited English proficient, reported separately by the primary language of the pupils, pursuant to the policies developed by the boards of trustees of school districts pursuant to NRS 388.407.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 3394)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3589  State accountability report: Career and technical education.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district and for this State as a whole, information on pupils enrolled in career and technical education, including, without limitation:

      1.  The number of pupils enrolled in a course of career and technical education;

      2.  The number of pupils who completed a course of career and technical education;

      3.  The average daily attendance of pupils who are enrolled in a program of career and technical education;

      4.  The annual rate of pupils who dropped out of school and were enrolled in a program of career and technical education before dropping out;

      5.  The number and percentage of pupils who completed a program of career and technical education and who received a standard high school diploma or an adjusted diploma; and

      6.  The number and percentage of pupils who completed a program of career and technical education and who did not receive a high school diploma because the pupils failed to satisfy the criteria prescribed by the State Board pursuant to NRS 389.805.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263; 2013, 3232)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.359  Authority of Bureau to convene advisory group to review accountability information; duties of advisory group; qualifications of members of advisory group.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3591  State accountability report: Remedial and special programs.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include information on remedial and special programs, including, without limitation:

      1.  A compilation of the programs of remedial study purchased in whole or in part with money received from this State that are used in each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district. The compilation must include:

      (a) The amount and sources of money received for programs of remedial study.

      (b) An identification of each program of remedial study, listed by subject area.

      2.  A compilation of the special programs available for pupils at individual schools, listed by school and by school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3592  State accountability report: Fiscal information; technological facilities and equipment.  The annual report of accountability prepared by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.3572 must include fiscal information and information relating to technological facilities and equipment, including, without limitation:

      1.  The total expenditure per pupil for each school district in this State, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district. If this State has a financial analysis program that is designed to track educational expenditures and revenues to individual schools, the State Board shall use that statewide program in complying with this subsection. If a statewide program is not available, the State Board shall use the Department’s own financial analysis program in complying with this subsection.

      2.  The total statewide expenditure per pupil. If this State has a financial analysis program that is designed to track educational expenditures and revenues to individual schools, the State Board shall use that statewide program in complying with this subsection. If a statewide program is not available, the State Board shall use the Department’s own financial analysis program in complying with this subsection.

      3.  Each source of funding for this State to be used for the system of public education.

      4.  An identification of appropriations made by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils and programs approved by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils.

      5.  The technological facilities and equipment available for educational purposes, reported for each school district, including, without limitation, each charter school in the district, and for this State as a whole.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 4; A 2005, 349, 1159; 2007, 361, 1065, 1805, 1928; 2009, 338; 2011, 543, 633, 2227, 2263)—(Substituted in revision for part of NRS 385.3469)

      NRS 385.3593  Plan by State Board to improve achievement of pupils: Preparation; contents; inclusion of 5-year strategic plan; establishment of goals and benchmarks; annual review and submission.

      1.  The State Board shall prepare a plan to improve the achievement of pupils enrolled in the public schools in this State. The plan:

      (a) Must be prepared in consultation with:

             (1) Employees of the Department;

             (2) At least one employee of a school district in a county whose population is 100,000 or more, appointed by the Nevada Association of School Boards;

             (3) At least one employee of a school district in a county whose population is less than 100,000, appointed by the Nevada Association of School Boards; and

             (4) At least one representative of the Statewide Council for the Coordination of the Regional Training Programs created by NRS 391.516, appointed by the Council; and

      (b) May be prepared in consultation with:

             (1) Representatives of institutions of higher education;

             (2) Representatives of regional educational laboratories;

             (3) Representatives of outside consultant groups;

             (4) Representatives of the regional training programs for the professional development of teachers and administrators created by NRS 391.512;

             (5) The Bureau; and

             (6) Other persons who the State Board determines are appropriate.

      2.  A plan to improve the achievement of pupils enrolled in public schools in this State must include:

      (a) A review and analysis of the data upon which the report required pursuant to NRS 385.3572 is based and a review and analysis of any data that is more recent than the data upon which the report is based.

      (b) The identification of any problems or factors common among the school districts or charter schools in this State, as revealed by the review and analysis.

      (c) Strategies based upon scientifically based research, as defined in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(37), that will strengthen the core academic subjects, as set forth in NRS 389.018.

      (d) Strategies to improve the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in public schools in this State, including, without limitation, strategies to:

             (1) Instruct pupils who are not achieving to their fullest potential, including, without limitation:

                   (I) The curriculum appropriate to improve achievement;

                   (II) The manner by which the instruction will improve the achievement and proficiency of pupils on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807; and

                   (III) An identification of the instruction and curriculum that is specifically designed to improve the achievement and proficiency of pupils in each group identified in the statewide system of accountability for public schools;

             (2) Increase the rate of attendance of pupils and reduce the number of pupils who drop out of school;

             (3) Integrate technology into the instructional and administrative programs of the school districts;

             (4) Manage effectively the discipline of pupils; and

             (5) Enhance the professional development offered for the teachers and administrators employed at public schools in this State to include the activities set forth in 20 U.S.C. § 7801(34) and to address the specific needs of the pupils enrolled in public schools in this State, as deemed appropriate by the State Board.

      (e) Strategies designed to provide to the pupils enrolled in middle school, junior high school and high school, the teachers and counselors who provide instruction to those pupils, and the parents and guardians of those pupils information concerning:

             (1) The requirements for admission to an institution of higher education and the opportunities for financial aid;

             (2) The availability of Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarships pursuant to NRS 396.911 to 396.945, inclusive; and

             (3) The need for a pupil to make informed decisions about his or her curriculum in middle school, junior high school and high school in preparation for success after graduation.

      (f) An identification, by category, of the employees of the Department who are responsible for ensuring that each provision of the plan is carried out effectively.

      (g) A timeline for carrying out the plan, including, without limitation:

             (1) The rate of improvement and progress which must be attained annually in meeting the goals and benchmarks established by the State Board pursuant to subsection 3; and

             (2) For each provision of the plan, a timeline for carrying out that provision, including, without limitation, a timeline for monitoring whether the provision is carried out effectively.

      (h) For each provision of the plan, measurable criteria for determining whether the provision has contributed toward improving the academic achievement of pupils, increasing the rate of attendance of pupils and reducing the number of pupils who drop out of school.

      (i) Strategies to improve the allocation of resources from this State, by program and by school district, in a manner that will improve the academic achievement of pupils. If this State has a financial analysis program that is designed to track educational expenditures and revenues to individual schools, the State Board shall use that statewide program in complying with this paragraph. If a statewide program is not available, the State Board shall use the Department’s own financial analysis program in complying with this paragraph.

      (j) Based upon the reallocation of resources set forth in paragraph (i), the resources available to the State Board and the Department to carry out the plan, including, without limitation, a budget for the overall cost of carrying out the plan.

      (k) A summary of the effectiveness of appropriations made by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils and programs approved by the Legislature to improve the academic achievement of pupils.

      (l) A 5-year strategic plan which identifies the recurring issues in improving the achievement and proficiency of pupils in this State and which establishes strategic goals to address those issues. The 5-year strategic plan must be:

             (1) Based upon the data from previous years which is collected by the Department for the plan developed pursuant to this section; and

             (2) Designed to track the progress made in achieving the strategic goals established by the Department.

      (m) Any additional plans addressing the achievement and proficiency of pupils adopted by the Department.

      3.  The State Board shall:

      (a) In developing the plan to improve the achievement of pupils enrolled in public schools, establish clearly defined goals and benchmarks for improving the achievement of pupils, including, without limitation, goals for:

             (1) Improving proficiency results in core academic subjects;

             (2) Increasing the number of pupils enrolled in public middle schools and junior high schools, including, without limitation, charter schools, who enter public high schools with the skills necessary to succeed in high school;

             (3) Improving the percentage of pupils who enroll in grade 9 and who graduate from a public high school, including, without limitation, a charter school, with a standard or higher diploma upon completion;

             (4) Improving the performance of pupils on standardized college entrance examinations;

             (5) Increasing the percentage of pupils enrolled in high schools who enter postsecondary educational institutions or who are career and workforce ready; and

             (6) Reengaging disengaged youth who have dropped out of high school or who are at risk of dropping out of high school, including, without limitation, a mechanism for tracking and maintaining communication with those youth who have dropped out of school or who are at risk of doing so;

      (b) Review the plan annually to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan;

      (c) Examine the timeline for implementing the plan and each provision of the plan to determine whether the annual goals and benchmarks have been attained; and

      (d) Based upon the evaluation of the plan, make revisions, as necessary, to ensure that:

             (1) The goals and benchmarks set forth in the plan are being attained in a timely manner; and

             (2) The plan is designed to improve the academic achievement of pupils enrolled in public schools in this State.

      4.  On or before January 31 of each year, the State Board shall submit the plan or the revised plan, as applicable, to the:

      (a) Governor;

      (b) Committee;

      (c) Bureau;

      (d) Board of Regents of the University of Nevada;

      (e) Council to Establish Academic Standards for Public Schools created by NRS 389.510;

      (f) Board of trustees of each school district; and

      (g) Governing body of each charter school.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 8; A 2005, 707, 1335, 1647, 1975; 2007, 1932; 2011, 548, 2305; 2013, 1900, 3238)—(Substituted in revision for NRS 385.34691)

Adoption of Growth Model for Schools; Inclusion of Certain Pupils Within Statewide System of Accountability; Annual Ratings of Public Schools; Duties of Department

      NRS 385.3594  Compliance of statewide system of accountability with requirements for receipt of federal education funding; additional requirements for statewide system of accountability.

      1.  The Department shall make every effort to obtain the approval necessary from the United States Department of Education to ensure that the statewide system of accountability for public schools complies with all requirements for the receipt of federal money under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, 20 U.S.C. §§ 6301 et seq., as amended.

      2.  The statewide system of accountability applies to all public schools, regardless of Title I status, and must:

      (a) Include a method to, on an annual basis, rate each public school based upon the performance of the school and based upon whether each public school meets the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability;

      (b) Include a method to implement consequences, rewards and supports for public schools based upon the ratings; and

      (c) Establish annual measurable objectives and performance targets for public schools and performance targets for specific groups of pupils, including, without limitation, pupils who are economically disadvantaged, pupils from major racial and ethnic groups, pupils with disabilities and pupils who are limited English proficient. The annual measurable objectives and performance targets must:

             (1) Be based primarily upon the measurement of the progress and proficiency of pupils on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 or 389.805, as applicable; and

             (2) For high schools, include the rate of graduation and the rate of attendance.

      3.  The statewide system of accountability for public schools may include a method to:

      (a) On an annual basis, rate school districts based upon the performance of the public schools within the school district and whether those public schools meet the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability; and

      (b) Implement consequences, rewards and supports for school districts based upon the ratings.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1893)

      NRS 385.3595  Adoption of model to measure achievement of pupils on criterion-referenced examinations; use of model to track progress of individual schools from year to year.

      1.  The Department shall adopt a model to measure the achievement of pupils enrolled in grades 3 to 8, inclusive, based upon the results of the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550. The model must be designed so that the progress of pupils enrolled in a public school may be tracked from year to year to determine whether the school has made progress in the achievement of pupils.

      2.  The board of trustees of each school district and the governing body of each charter school shall apply the model in the format required by the Department. The information collected must be used to determine whether individual schools have made progress in the achievement of pupils.

      (Added to NRS by 2009, 337)

      NRS 385.361  Measurement of adequate yearly progress prescribed by State Board; regulations governing corrective action, consequences and sanctions for certain schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3611  Regulations governing criteria for designating schools and school districts.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3612  Regulations governing inclusion of pupils enrolled in certain alternative programs within statewide system of accountability.

      1.  The State Board shall adopt regulations that prescribe, consistent with 20 U.S.C. §§ 6301 et seq., and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto, the manner in which pupils enrolled in:

      (a) A program of distance education pursuant to NRS 388.820 to 388.874, inclusive;

      (b) An alternative program for the education of pupils at risk of dropping out of school pursuant to NRS 388.537; or

      (c) A program of education that:

             (1) Primarily serves pupils with disabilities; or

             (2) Is operated within a:

                   (I) Local, regional or state facility for the detention of children;

                   (II) Juvenile forestry camp;

                   (III) Child welfare agency; or

                   (IV) Correctional institution,

Ê will be included within the statewide system of accountability set forth in NRS 385.3455 to 385.3891, inclusive.

      2.  The regulations adopted pursuant to subsection 1 must also set forth the manner in which:

      (a) The progress of pupils enrolled in a program of distance education, an alternative program or a program of education described in subsection 1 will be accounted for within the statewide system of accountability; and

      (b) The results of pupils enrolled in a program of distance education, an alternative program or a program of education described in subsection 1 on the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and, if applicable for the grade levels of the pupils enrolled, the examinations administered pursuant to NRS 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807 will be reported.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 3; A 2007, 1988; 2013, 1915, 3255)

      NRS 385.36125  School Support Teams: Membership.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.36127  School Support Teams: Duties and powers; quarterly progress report.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.36129  School Support Teams: Annual written report; contents, submission and availability of report.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3613  Annual determination of whether public schools are meeting annual measurable objectives and performance targets; transmission of determinations; effect of irregularity in testing administration or testing security.

      1.  On or before July 31 of each year, the Department shall determine whether each public school is meeting the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools.

      2.  The determination pursuant to subsection 1 for a public school, including, without limitation, a charter school sponsored by the board of trustees of the school district, must be made in consultation with the board of trustees of the school district in which the public school is located. If a charter school is sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority or by a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education, the Department shall make a determination for the charter school in consultation with the State Public Charter School Authority or the institution within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors the charter school, as applicable. The determination made for each school must be based only upon the information and data for those pupils who are enrolled in the school for a full academic year. On or before July 31 of each year, the Department shall transmit:

      (a) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (b) or (c), the determination made for each public school to the board of trustees of the school district in which the public school is located.

      (b) To the State Public Charter School Authority the determination made for each charter school that is sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority.

      (c) The determination made for the charter school to the institution that sponsors the charter school if a charter school is sponsored by a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education.

      3.  If the number of pupils in a particular group who are enrolled in a public school is insufficient to yield statistically reliable information:

      (a) The Department shall not determine that the school has failed to meet the performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools based solely upon that particular group.

      (b) The pupils in such a group must be included in the overall count of pupils enrolled in the school who took the examinations.

Ê The Department shall use the mechanism approved by the United States Department of Education for the statewide system of accountability for public schools for determining the number of pupils that must be in a group for that group to yield statistically reliable information.

      4.  If an irregularity in testing administration or an irregularity in testing security occurs at a school and the irregularity invalidates the test scores of pupils, those test scores must be included in the scores of pupils reported for the school, the attendance of those pupils must be counted towards the total number of pupils who took the examinations and the pupils must be included in the total number of pupils who were required to take the examinations.

      5.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Irregularity in testing administration” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 389.604.

      (b) “Irregularity in testing security” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 389.608.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 14; A 2005, 1171; 2007, 1949, 2556; 2011, 569, 2336; 2013, 1916, 3257)

      NRS 385.362  Consequences for failure to make adequate yearly progress for 1 year.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3622  Monitoring administration of examinations by Department required under certain circumstances if school fails to meet annual measurable objectives and performance targets.  If the Department determines that a public school has failed to meet the annual measurable objectives and performance targets established pursuant to the statewide system of accountability for public schools, the Department or its designee shall, to the extent money is available, monitor at the school the administration of the examinations that are required pursuant to NRS 389.550 and ensure that all eligible pupils who are in attendance on the day of the administration of the examinations are given an opportunity to take the examinations.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 16; A 2005, 1172, 1981; 2013, 1917)

      NRS 385.3623  Criteria for designating schools as demonstrating exemplary achievement, high achievement, adequate achievement or need for improvement.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3625  Recognition as exemplary turnaround school.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.366  Annual rating of schools; issuance of preliminary ratings; opportunity for schools to review data; notice of final ratings.

      1.  Based upon the information received from the Department pursuant to NRS 385.3613, the board of trustees of each school district shall, on or before August 15 of each year, issue a preliminary rating for each public school in the school district in accordance with the statewide system of accountability for public schools, excluding charter schools sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority or by a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education. The board of trustees shall make preliminary ratings for all charter schools that are sponsored by the board of trustees. The Department shall make preliminary ratings for all charter schools that are sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority and all charter schools sponsored by a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education.

      2.  Before making a final rating for a school, the board of trustees of the school district or the Department, as applicable, shall provide the school an opportunity to review the data upon which the preliminary rating is based and to present evidence. If the school is a public school of the school district or a charter school sponsored by the board of trustees, the board of trustees of the school district shall, in consultation with the Department, make a final determination concerning the rating for the school on September 15. If the school is a charter school sponsored by the State Public Charter School Authority or by a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education, the Department shall make a final determination concerning the rating for the school on September 15.

      3.  On or before September 15 of each year, the Department shall provide written notice of the determinations made pursuant to NRS 385.3613 and the final ratings made pursuant to this section as follows:

      (a) The determinations and final ratings made for all schools in this State to the:

             (1) Governor;

             (2) State Board;

             (3) Committee; and

             (4) Bureau.

      (b) The determinations and final ratings made for all schools within a school district to the:

             (1) Superintendent of schools of the school district; and

             (2) Board of trustees of the school district.

      (c) The determination and final rating made for each school to the principal of the school.

      (d) The determination and final rating made for each charter school to the sponsor of the charter school.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 17; A 2005, 1172; 2007, 2558; 2011, 570, 2338; 2013, 1918)

      NRS 385.3661  Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 1 year: Notice; technical assistance; school choice required for Title I schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3693  Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 2 consecutive years: Notice; technical assistance.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.372  Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 2 consecutive years: School choice and supplemental services required; delay from imposition of supplemental services required for certain schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3721  Designation as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: Notice; technical assistance; comprehensive audit of school.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3743  Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: School choice, supplemental services and corrective action required; delay from imposition of corrective action required for certain schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3744  Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 3 consecutive years: Certain corrective action authorized; delay from imposition for certain schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3745  Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Development of turnaround plan; monitoring of implementation of turnaround plan and corrective action by Department; notice; technical assistance; regulations.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3746  Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Technical assistance, school choice, supplemental educational services and development of plan for restructuring required; delay from development of plan required for certain schools.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.376  Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 4 consecutive years: Corrective action and other consequences and sanctions authorized; delay from imposition required for certain schools; notice of consequences and sanctions.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.37603  Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 or more consecutive years: Repeal of plan to improve and implementation of turnaround plan; notice; technical assistance.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.37605  Designation of non-Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 consecutive years or more: Corrective action and other consequences and sanctions authorized; delay from imposition required for certain schools; monitoring of turnaround plan by Department; notice of consequences and sanctions.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.37607  Designation of Title I schools as demonstrating need for improvement for 5 consecutive years or more: Repeal of plan to improve and implementation of plan for restructuring; delay from implementation of plan required for certain schools; technical assistance, school choice and supplemental educational services required; notice.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3761  Restructuring required for Title I schools; notice of restructuring.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3762  Annual determination of adequate yearly progress for school districts.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.377  Criteria for designating school districts as demonstrating exemplary achievement, high achievement, adequate achievement or need for improvement.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3771  Annual designation of school districts; issuance of preliminary designations; opportunity for school districts to review data; notice of final designations; public dissemination.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.37715  Recognition as exemplary turnaround school district.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3772  Consequences for school district designated as demonstrating need for improvement; technical assistance and corrective action.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3773  Types of corrective actions for school districts; notice of corrective action and opportunity for hearing.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3774  Delay from imposition of corrective action required for certain school districts.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3781  Definitions.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3782  “Account” defined.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3783  “Commission” defined.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.37835  Superintendent of Public Instruction required to ensure Commission carries out duties successfully.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3784  Commission: Creation; membership; terms; meetings; compensation of members; duty of Department to provide administrative support; involvement of the Legislative Counsel Bureau in activities of Commission.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3785  Commission: Establishment of program of educational excellence; allocations of money to public schools and consortiums of public schools; Department required to provide list of priorities of schools; review of certain information by Commission.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3787  Use of money by public schools and consortiums of public schools that receive allocations from Account; submission of evaluation of effectiveness.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.3789  Submission of annual reports by Commission; biennial audit of programs by Legislative Auditor.  Repealed. (See chapter 448, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 2641.)

 

      NRS 385.379  Creation of Account for Programs for Innovation and the Prevention of Remediation; acceptance of gifts and grants; use of money in Account.  [Replaced in revision by NRS 387.031.]

 

      NRS 385.382  Form for notice to parents concerning rating of school as underperforming.  The Department shall prescribe a form for notice to parents and guardians concerning the rating of a public school as underperforming.

      (Added to NRS by 2003, 19th Special Session, 33; A 2013, 1922)

      NRS 385.384  Selection of providers of supplemental educational services; maintenance of updated list of approved providers.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.389  Department required to adopt programs of remedial study; schools demonstrating need for improvement required to ensure completion of remedial study by certain pupils.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

      NRS 385.3891  Establishment of monitoring system for statewide system of accountability; annual summary of findings.

      1.  The Department shall establish a monitoring system for the statewide system of accountability. The monitoring system must identify significant levels of achievement of pupils on the examinations that are administered pursuant to NRS 389.550 and 389.805 and the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807, identified by school and by school district.

      2.  On or before October 1 of each year, the Department shall prepare a written summary of the findings made pursuant to subsection 1. The written summary must be provided to:

      (a) The Committee; and

      (b) If the findings show inconsistencies applicable to a particular school district or school within a school district, the board of trustees of that school district.

      3.  The Committee shall review the report submitted pursuant to subsection 2 and take such action as it deems appropriate.

      (Added to NRS by 2005, 1646; A 2011, 3134; 2013, 3260)

      NRS 385.391  Regulations governing recognition of certain schools and to carry out statewide system of accountability.  Repealed. (See chapter 365, Statutes of Nevada 2013, at page 1939.)

 

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY ASSESSMENT

      NRS 385.448  Selection of assessment by State Board; eligibility to take assessment; permission of board of trustees required under certain circumstances; regulations.

      1.  The State Board shall select an assessment which enables a person who satisfies the requirements of subsection 2 or 3, as applicable, to demonstrate that he or she has achieved an educational level which is an acceptable substitute for completing a high school education.

      2.  A person who:

      (a) Is 17 years of age or older;

      (b) If he or she is at least 17 years of age but less than 18 years of age, submits to the State Board written permission signed by his or her parent or legal guardian;

      (c) Has not graduated from a high school;

      (d) Is not currently enrolled in a high school; and

      (e) Satisfies any other requirements prescribed by the State Board,

Ê may take the high school equivalency assessment selected by the State Board.

      3.  The board of trustees of a school district may, upon request and for good cause shown, grant permission to take the high school equivalency assessment selected by the State Board to a person who:

      (a) Resides in the school district;

      (b) Is at least 16 years of age but less than 17 years of age;

      (c) Submits to the board of trustees written permission signed by his or her parent or legal guardian;

      (d) Has not graduated from a high school;

      (e) Is not currently enrolled in a high school; and

      (f) Satisfies any other requirements prescribed by the board of trustees.

      4.  The State Board may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.

      (Added to NRS by 1997, 2488; A 2001, 1481; 2013, 3261)

      NRS 385.451  Disclosure of questions and answers prohibited; exceptions.  It is unlawful to disclose the questions contained in the high school equivalency assessment selected by the State Board pursuant to NRS 385.448 and the approved answers used for grading the assessment except:

      1.  To the extent that disclosure is required in the Department’s administration of the assessment.

      2.  That a disclosure may be made to a state officer who is a member of the Executive or Legislative branch to the extent that it is related to the performance of that officer’s duties.

      (Added to NRS by 1983, 768; A 2013, 3261)

NEVADA YOUTH LEGISLATURE

      NRS 385.501  Definitions.  As used in NRS 385.501 to 385.585, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS 385.502, 385.503 and 385.505 have the meanings ascribed to them in those sections.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1052)

      NRS 385.502  “Account” defined.  “Account” means the Nevada Youth Legislature Account created by NRS 385.585.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1052)

      NRS 385.503  “Board” defined.  “Board” means the Board of Directors described in NRS 385.581.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1053)

      NRS 385.505  “Youth Legislature” defined.  “Youth Legislature” means the Nevada Youth Legislature created by NRS 385.515.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 838; A 2009, 252; 2011, 1054)

      NRS 385.515  Creation; appointment of members; terms; reappointment.

      1.  The Nevada Youth Legislature is hereby created, consisting of 21 members.

      2.  Each member of the Senate shall, taking into consideration any recommendations made by a member of the Assembly, appoint a person who submits an application and meets the qualifications set forth in NRS 385.525. A member of the Assembly may submit recommendations to a member of the Senate concerning the appointment.

      3.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, appointments to the Youth Legislature must be made by each member of the Senate before April 30 of each odd-numbered year. The term of each member of the Youth Legislature begins June 1 of each odd-numbered year.

      4.  If a member of the Senate does not make an appointment to the Youth Legislature by April 30 of an odd-numbered year, the members of the Assembly whose assembly districts are at least partially located within the senatorial district of that member of the Senate must collaborate to appoint a person who submits an application and meets the qualifications set forth in NRS 385.525.

      5.  Each member of the Youth Legislature serves a term of 2 years and may be reappointed to one successive 2-year term if the member continues to meet the qualifications set forth in NRS 385.525.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 838; A 2009, 252; 2011, 1054; 2013, 22)

      NRS 385.525  Qualifications for service; application for appointment and reappointment; notice of change in residency or school of enrollment.

      1.  To be eligible to serve on the Youth Legislature, a person:

      (a) Must be:

             (1) A resident of the senatorial district of the Senator who appoints him or her;

             (2) Enrolled in a public school or private school located in the senatorial district of the Senator who appoints him or her; or

             (3) A homeschooled child who is otherwise eligible to be enrolled in a public school in the senatorial district of the Senator who appoints him or her;

      (b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3 of NRS 385.535, must be:

             (1) Enrolled in a public school or private school in this State in grade 9, 10 or 11 for the first school year of the term for which he or she is appointed; or

             (2) A homeschooled child who is otherwise eligible to enroll in a public school in this State in grade 9, 10 or 11 for the first school year of the term for which he or she is appointed; and

      (c) Must not be related by blood, adoption or marriage within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to the Senator who appoints him or her or to any member of the Assembly who collaborated to appoint him or her.

      2.  If, at any time, a person appointed to the Youth Legislature changes his or her residency or changes his or her school of enrollment in such a manner as to render the person ineligible under his or her original appointment, the person shall inform the Board, in writing, within 30 days after becoming aware of such changed facts.

      3.  A person who wishes to be appointed or reappointed to the Youth Legislature must submit an application on the form prescribed pursuant to subsection 4 to the Senator of the senatorial district in which the person resides, is enrolled in a public school or private school or, if the person is a homeschooled child, the senatorial district in which he or she is otherwise eligible to be enrolled in a public school. A person may not submit an application to more than one Senator in a calendar year.

      4.  The Board shall prescribe a form for applications submitted pursuant to this section, which must require the signature of the principal of the school in which the applicant is enrolled or, if the applicant is a homeschooled child, the signature of a member of the community in which the applicant resides other than a relative of the applicant.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 839; A 2009, 252; 2011, 1054; 2013, 22)

      NRS 385.535  Vacancies in membership.

      1.  A position on the Youth Legislature becomes vacant upon:

      (a) The death or resignation of a member.

      (b) The absence of a member for any reason from:

             (1) Two meetings of the Youth Legislature, including, without limitation, meetings conducted in person, meetings conducted by teleconference, meetings conducted by videoconference and meetings conducted by other electronic means;

             (2) Two activities of the Youth Legislature;

             (3) Two event days of the Youth Legislature; or

             (4) Any combination of absences from meetings, activities or event days of the Youth Legislature, if the combination of absences therefrom equals two or more,

Ê unless the absences are, as applicable, excused by the Chair or Vice Chair of the Board.

      (c) A change of residency or a change of the school of enrollment of a member which renders that member ineligible under his or her original appointment.

      2.  In addition to the provisions of subsection 1, a position on the Youth Legislature becomes vacant if:

      (a) A member of the Youth Legislature graduates from high school or otherwise ceases to attend public school or private school for any reason other than to become a homeschooled child; or

      (b) A member of the Youth Legislature who is a homeschooled child completes an educational plan of instruction for grade 12 or otherwise ceases to be a homeschooled child for any reason other than to enroll in a public school or private school.

      3.  A vacancy on the Youth Legislature must be filled:

      (a) For the remainder of the unexpired term in the same manner as the original appointment, except that, if the remainder of the unexpired term is less than 1 year, the member of the Senate who made the original appointment may appoint a person who:

             (1) Is enrolled in a public school or private school in this State in grade 12 or who is a homeschooled child who is otherwise eligible to enroll in a public school in this State in grade 12; and

             (2) Satisfies the qualifications set forth in paragraphs (a) and (c) of subsection 1 of NRS 385.525.

      (b) Insofar as is practicable, within 30 days after the date on which the vacancy occurs.

      4.  As used in this section, “event day” means any single calendar day on which an official, scheduled event of the Youth Legislature is held, including, without limitation, a course of instruction, a course of orientation, a meeting, a seminar or any other official, scheduled activity.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 839; A 2009, 253; 2011, 1055; 2013, 23)

      NRS 385.545  Election and duties of Chair and Vice Chair; duties of Director of Legislative Counsel Bureau; acceptance of gifts and grants for support of Youth Legislature.

      1.  The Youth Legislature shall elect from among its members, to serve a term of 1 year beginning on June 1 of each year:

      (a) A Chair, who shall conduct the meetings and, in cooperation with the Board, oversee the formation of committees as necessary to accomplish the business of the Youth Legislature; and

      (b) A Vice Chair, who shall assist the Chair and conduct the meetings of the Youth Legislature if the Chair is absent or otherwise unable to perform his or her duties.

      2.  The Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau upon request of the Board:

      (a) Shall provide meeting rooms and teleconference and videoconference facilities for the Youth Legislature.

      (b) Shall, in the event of a vacancy on the Youth Legislature, notify the appropriate appointing authority of such vacancy.

      (c) May accept gifts, grants and donations from any source for the support of the Youth Legislature in carrying out the provisions of NRS 385.501 to 385.585, inclusive. Any such gifts, grants and donations must be deposited in the Account.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 839; A 2009, 253; 2011, 1056)

      NRS 385.555  Powers and duties; submission of annual report.

      1.  The Youth Legislature shall:

      (a) Hold at least two public hearings in this State each school year. The Youth Legislature may simultaneously teleconference or videoconference each public hearing to two or more prominent locations throughout this State.

      (b) Evaluate, review and comment upon issues of importance to the youth in this State, including, without limitation:

             (1) Education;

             (2) Employment opportunities;

             (3) Participation of youth in state and local government;

             (4) A safe learning environment;

             (5) The prevention of substance abuse;

             (6) Emotional and physical well-being;

             (7) Foster care; and

             (8) Access to state and local services.

      (c) Conduct a public awareness campaign to raise awareness about the Youth Legislature and to enhance outreach to the youth in this State.

      2.  During his or her term, each member of the Youth Legislature shall:

      (a) Conduct at least one meeting to afford the youth of this State an opportunity to discuss issues of importance to the youth in this State.

      (b) Complete such other activities as may be assigned to him or her by the Board as a member of the Youth Legislature.

      3.  The Youth Legislature may, within the limits of available money and if approved by the Board:

      (a) During the period in which the Legislature is in a regular session, meet as often as necessary to conduct the business of the Youth Legislature and to advise the Legislature on proposed legislation relating to the youth in this State.

      (b) Form committees, which may meet as often as necessary to assist with the business of the Youth Legislature.

      (c) Conduct periodic seminars for its members regarding leadership, government and the legislative process.

      4.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the Youth Legislature and its committees shall comply with the provisions of chapter 241 of NRS. Any activities of the Youth Legislature which are conducted solely for purposes of training, including, without limitation, any orientation programs conducted for the Youth Legislature, are not subject to the provisions of chapter 241 of NRS.

      5.  On or before May 30 of each year, the Youth Legislature shall submit a written report to the Board and to the Governor describing the activities of the Youth Legislature during the immediately preceding school year and any recommendations for legislation. The Board shall transmit the written report to the Legislative Committee on Education and to the next regular session of the Legislature.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 840; A 2009, 254; 2011, 1056)

      NRS 385.565  Request for legislative measure; adoption of procedures for meetings; advisement regarding administration of gifts and grants.  The Youth Legislature may:

      1.  Request the drafting of not more than one legislative measure which relates to matters within the scope of the Youth Legislature. A request must be submitted to the Legislative Counsel on or before December 1 preceding the commencement of a regular session of the Legislature unless the Legislative Commission authorizes submitting a request after that date.

      2.  Adopt procedures to conduct meetings of the Youth Legislature and any committees thereof. Those procedures may be changed upon approval of a majority vote of all members of the Youth Legislature who are present and voting.

      3.  Advise the Board regarding the administration of any appropriations, gifts, grants or donations received for the support of the Youth Legislature.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 840; A 2009, 255; 2011, 1057)

      NRS 385.575  Compensation of members.  The members of the Youth Legislature serve without compensation. To the extent that money is available in the Account, the members of the Youth Legislature may receive the per diem allowance and travel expenses provided for state officers and employees generally for attending a meeting of the Youth Legislature or a seminar conducted by the Youth Legislature.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 841; A 2009, 255; 2011, 1057)

      NRS 385.581  Administration of Youth Legislature by corporation for public benefit; governance of corporation by Board of Directors; appointment and terms of Board; election of Chair and Vice Chair; powers and duties of Board.

      1.  The Youth Legislature must be administered by a corporation for public benefit, as that term is defined in NRS 82.021, which must include providing educational programs and opportunities as its primary organizational goal.

      2.  The corporation for public benefit must be governed by a Board of Directors consisting of seven members appointed by the Legislative Commission.

      3.  A member of the Board serves a term of 2 years and until his or her successor is appointed. A member of the Board may be reappointed.

      4.  The members of the Board shall elect a Chair and a Vice Chair from among their number. The term of office of the Chair and the Vice Chair is 1 year.

      5.  The Board:

      (a) Shall administer the provisions of NRS 385.501 to 385.585, inclusive.

      (b) May provide to the Youth Legislature such administrative, financial and other support and guidance as the Board may determine to be necessary or appropriate.

      (c) May employ one or more persons to provide administrative support for the Youth Legislature or pay the costs incurred by one or more volunteers to provide any required administrative support.

      (d) Shall oversee the activities of the Youth Legislature.

      (e) May solicit and accept gifts, grants and donations from any source to provide educational programs and opportunities and for the support of the Youth Legislature in carrying out the provisions of NRS 385.501 to 385.585, inclusive. Any such gifts, grants and donations must be deposited in the Account.

      (f) May perform such other functions in whatever manner the Board determines will best serve the interests of this State and the Youth Legislature.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1053)

      NRS 385.585  Nevada Youth Legislature Account: Creation; use of money in Account; interest and income; submission of annual itemized statement.

      1.  There is hereby created the Nevada Youth Legislature Account in the Legislative Fund.

      2.  Money for the Account may be provided:

      (a) By appropriation; or

      (b) Through the acceptance of gifts, grants and donations as authorized pursuant to NRS 385.545 and 385.581.

      3.  The money in the Account must be held in trust for the Youth Legislature and may be used only:

      (a) For the educational programs and operations of the Youth Legislature;

      (b) To provide administrative support for the Youth Legislature;

      (c) To pay for expenses directly related to the Youth Legislature; and

      (d) For such other purposes directly related to the Youth Legislature as the Board may approve.

      4.  The interest and income earned on the money in the Account, after deducting any applicable charges, must be credited to the Account. All claims against the Account must be paid as other claims against the State are paid.

      5.  Any money remaining in the Account at the end of a fiscal year does not revert to the State General Fund, and the balance in the Account must be carried forward to the next fiscal year.

      6.  Each year, the Board shall submit an itemized statement of the income and expenditures for the Account to the Legislative Commission.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1053)

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT; OFFICE OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

General Provisions

      NRS 385.600  “Advisory Council” defined.  As used in NRS 385.600 to 385.635, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires, “Advisory Council” means the Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and Family Engagement established pursuant to NRS 385.610.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 2910; A 2011, 1978, 2308)

Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and Family Engagement

      NRS 385.605  Superintendent of Public Instruction required to ensure Advisory Council carries out duties successfully.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction is responsible for ensuring that the duties and responsibilities of the Advisory Council set forth in NRS 385.605 to 385.625, inclusive, are carried out by the Advisory Council successfully.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 2300)

      NRS 385.610  Establishment; appointment of members; election of officers; terms; administrative support by Department; compensation of members.

      1.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall establish an Advisory Council on Parental Involvement and Family Engagement. The Advisory Council is composed of 10 members.

      2.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall appoint the following members to the Advisory Council:

      (a) Two parents or legal guardians of pupils enrolled in public schools;

      (b) Two teachers in public schools;

      (c) One administrator of a public school;

      (d) One representative of a private business or industry;

      (e) One member of the board of trustees of a school district in a county whose population is 100,000 or more; and

      (f) One member of the board of trustees of a school district in a county whose population is less than 100,000.

Ê The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall, to the extent practicable, ensure that the members the Superintendent appoints to the Advisory Council reflect the ethnic, economic and geographic diversity of this State.

      3.  The Speaker of the Assembly shall appoint one member of the Assembly to the Advisory Council.

      4.  The Majority Leader of the Senate shall appoint one member of the Senate to the Advisory Council.

      5.  The Advisory Council shall elect a Chair and Vice Chair from among its members. The Chair and Vice Chair serve a term of 1 year.

      6.  After the initial terms:

      (a) The term of each member of the Advisory Council who is appointed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction is 3 years.

      (b) The term of each member of the Advisory Council who is appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly and the Majority Leader of the Senate is 2 years.

      7.  The Department shall provide:

      (a) Administrative support to the Advisory Council; and

      (b) All information that is necessary for the Advisory Council to carry out its duties.

      8.  For each day or portion of a day during which a member of the Advisory Council who is a Legislator attends a meeting of the Advisory Council or is otherwise engaged in the business of the Advisory Council, except during a regular or special session of the Legislature, the member is entitled to receive the:

      (a) Compensation provided for a majority of the members of the Legislature during the first 60 days of the preceding regular session;

      (b) Per diem allowance provided for state officers generally; and

      (c) Travel expenses provided pursuant to NRS 218A.655.

Ê The compensation, per diem allowances and travel expenses of the legislative members of the Advisory Council must be paid from the Legislative Fund.

      9.  A member of the Advisory Council who is not a Legislator is entitled to receive the per diem allowance and travel expenses provided for state officers and employees generally for each day or portion of a day during which the member attends a meeting of the Advisory Council or is otherwise engaged in the business of the Advisory Council. The per diem allowance and travel expenses for the members of the Advisory Council who are not Legislators must be paid by the Department.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 2910; A 2011, 1978)

      NRS 385.620  Duties; submission of reports.  The Advisory Council shall:

      1.  Review the policy of parental involvement adopted by the State Board and the policy of parental involvement and family engagement adopted by the board of trustees of each school district pursuant to NRS 392.457;

      2.  Review the information relating to communication with and participation, involvement and engagement of parents and families that is included in the annual report of accountability for each school district pursuant to paragraph (l) of subsection 2 of NRS 385.347 and similar information in the annual report of accountability prepared by the State Public Charter School Authority and a college or university within the Nevada System of Higher Education that sponsors a charter school pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 385.347;

      3.  Review any effective practices carried out in individual school districts to increase parental involvement and family engagement and determine the feasibility of carrying out those practices on a statewide basis;

      4.  Review any effective practices carried out in other states to increase parental involvement and family engagement and determine the feasibility of carrying out those practices in this State;

      5.  Identify methods to communicate effectively and provide outreach to parents, legal guardians and families of pupils who have limited time to become involved in the education of their children for various reasons, including, without limitation, work schedules, single-parent homes and other family obligations;

      6.  Identify the manner in which the level of parental involvement and family engagement affects the performance, attendance and discipline of pupils;

      7.  Identify methods to communicate effectively with and provide outreach to parents, legal guardians and families of pupils who are limited English proficient;

      8.  Determine the necessity for the appointment of a statewide parental involvement and family engagement coordinator or a parental involvement and family engagement coordinator in each school district, or both;

      9.  Work in collaboration with the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement created by NRS 385.630 to carry out the duties prescribed in NRS 385.635;

      10.  On or before July 1 of each year, submit a report to the Legislative Committee on Education describing the activities of the Advisory Council and any recommendations for legislation; and

      11.  On or before February 1 of each odd-numbered year, submit a report to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmission to the next regular session of the Legislature describing the activities of the Advisory Council and any recommendations for legislation.

      (Added to NRS by 2007, 2911; A 2011, 1979, 2278, 2352)

      NRS 385.625  Board of trustees authorized to establish local advisory council on parental involvement and family engagement.  The board of trustees of a school district may establish an advisory council on parental involvement and family engagement to work in conjunction with the Advisory Council.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1964)

Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement

      NRS 385.630  Creation; duty of Superintendent of Public Instruction to appoint Director and to ensure sufficient number of personnel.

      1.  The Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement is hereby created within the Department.

      2.  The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall:

      (a) Appoint an employee of the Department to serve as the Director of the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement; and

      (b) Ensure that the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement has a sufficient number of personnel for the Office to carry out the duties prescribed in NRS 385.635.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1962)

      NRS 385.635  Duties; annual report; posting of certain information on Department’s website.

      1.  The Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement created by NRS 385.630 shall:

      (a) Review and evaluate the programs implemented by the school districts and public schools, including, without limitation, programs which are supported in part with money received from the Federal Government, for carrying out and increasing parental involvement and family engagement in the public schools. The review and evaluation must include an identification of current strategies and practices for effective parental involvement and family engagement.

      (b) Develop a list of practices which have been proven effective in increasing the involvement of parents and the engagement of families in the education of their children, including, without limitation, practices that increase the ability of school districts and public schools to effectively reengage parents and families and provide those parents and families with the skills and resources necessary to support the academic achievement of their children.

      (c) Work in cooperation with the Statewide Council for the Coordination of the Regional Training Programs in carrying out the duties of the Office, including, without limitation, the establishment of a statewide training program concerning parental involvement and family engagement required pursuant to NRS 391.520.

      (d) Provide information to the school districts and public schools on the availability of competitive grants for programs which offer:

             (1) Professional development for educational personnel on practices to reengage disengaged parents and families in the education of their children;

             (2) Training for parents and families in skills of leadership and volunteerism;

             (3) Family literacy training;

             (4) Home visitation programs to encourage the involvement of parents and the engagement of families in the education of their children; and

             (5) Other innovative programs that are designed to increase the involvement of parents and the engagement of families in the academic achievement of their children.

      (e) Provide support to those school districts which have established an advisory council on parental involvement and family engagement pursuant to NRS 385.625 and encourage those school districts which have not established such an advisory council to consider creating an advisory council for the school district.

      (f) Build the capacity of public schools to work in collaboration with parents to establish policies for the involvement of parents and the engagement of families, including, without limitation, policies that focus on partnerships between public schools and the parents and families of children enrolled in public schools and the empowerment of parents and families in support of the education of their children.

      (g) Work in cooperation with the Commission on Professional Standards in Education in developing the regulations required by paragraph (k) of subsection 1 of NRS 391.019 and monitoring the implementation of those regulations.

      (h) Establish, in collaboration with the State Board, guidelines to assist parents and families in helping their children achieve the standards of content and performance adopted by the State Board pursuant to NRS 389.520.

      (i) Collaborate with the Nevada State Parent Information and Resource Center, the Parent Training and Information Centers, the Nevada Parent Teacher Association, the Advisory Council and the teachers who are trained to serve as liaisons to parents and legal guardians of pupils enrolled in public schools to plan and implement a statewide summit on parental involvement and family engagement, which must be held at least biennially. After each summit, the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement shall evaluate the success of the summit in consultation with the entities identified in this paragraph.

      (j) Assist each school district and the public schools within the school district with incorporating strategies and practices for effective parental involvement and family engagement into the plans to improve the achievement of pupils prepared by the public schools pursuant to NRS 385.357.

      (k) Work in partnership with the Advisory Council to:

             (1) Review and evaluate the annual reports of accountability prepared by the board of trustees of each school district pursuant to NRS 385.347 relating to parental involvement and family engagement in the school districts and public schools;

             (2) Review and evaluate the plans to improve the achievement of pupils prepared by each public school pursuant to NRS 385.357 relating to the strategies and practices for effective parental involvement and family engagement incorporated into the plans; and

             (3) Review the status of the implementation of the provisions of this section and the effectiveness of the Office in carrying out the duties prescribed in this section.

      2.  On or before August 1 of each year, the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement shall prepare a report which includes a summary of the:

      (a) Status of the progress made by the school districts and public schools in effectively involving parents and engaging families in the education of their children and an identification of any areas where further improvement is needed; and

      (b) Activities of the Office during the immediately preceding school year, including the progress made by the Office, in consultation with the Advisory Council, in assisting the school districts and public schools with increasing the effectiveness of involving parents and engaging families in the education of their children.

      3.  The Department shall post on its Internet website:

      (a) The list of practices developed by the Office of Parental Involvement and Family Engagement pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1;

      (b) The report prepared by the Office pursuant to subsection 2; and

      (c) Any other information that the Office finds useful for the school districts, public schools, parents, families and general public relating to effective parental involvement and family engagement.

      (Added to NRS by 2011, 1962; A 2013, 1688)

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS

      NRS 385.700  Creation; membership; vacancy; meetings; election of Chair; quorum; authority to appoint subcommittees; service without compensation. [Effective through June 30, 2017.]

      1.  The Advisory Council on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is hereby created within the Department of Education. The Council consists of:

      (a) The following ex officio members:

             (1) The Superintendent of Public Instruction or his or her designee;

             (2) The Chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education or his or her designee;

             (3) The Executive Director of the Office of Economic Development or his or her designee; and

             (4) The Director of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation or his or her designee;

      (b) Three members appointed by the Governor pursuant to subsection 2;

      (c) Four members appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate pursuant to subsections 2 and 3;

      (d) Four members appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly pursuant to subsections 2 and 3;

      (e) One member appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate pursuant to subsection 4; and

      (f) One member appointed by the Minority Leader of the Assembly pursuant to subsection 4.

      2.  The Governor, Majority Leader of the Senate and Speaker of the Assembly shall each appoint:

      (a) One member who is a classroom teacher in the field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics;

      (b) One member who is an administrator of a public school or school district in this State with an education program relating to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics; and

      (c) One member who represents businesses that employ persons in careers which are enhanced by education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, including, without limitation, careers relating to manufacturing, information technology, aerospace engineering, health sciences and mining.

      3.  The Majority Leader of the Senate and the Speaker of the Assembly shall each appoint one additional member from among the persons described in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of subsection 2.

      4.  The Minority Leader of the Senate and the Minority Leader of the Assembly shall each appoint one member from among the persons described in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of subsection 2.

      5.  Any vacancy occurring in the membership of the Council must be filled in the same manner as the original appointment not later than 30 days after the vacancy occurs.

      6.  The Council shall hold its first regular meeting as soon as practicable on or after July 1, 2013, at the call of the Governor. At the first regular meeting of the Council, the members of the Council shall elect a Chair by majority vote.

      7.  The Council shall meet not more than four times each year at the call of the Chair.

      8.  A majority of the members of the Council constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business, and a majority of those members present at any meeting is sufficient for any official action taken by the Council.

      9.  The Chair may appoint such subcommittees of the Council as the Chair determines necessary to carry out the duties of the Council.

      10.  The members of the Council serve without compensation.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1010)

      NRS 385.705  Duties; submission of biennial report; consideration of recommendations by State Board. [Effective through June 30, 2017.]

      1.  The Advisory Council on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics created by NRS 385.700 shall:

      (a) Develop a strategic plan for the development of educational resources in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to serve as a foundation for workforce development, college preparedness and economic development in this State;

      (b) Develop a plan for identifying and awarding recognition to pupils in this State who demonstrate exemplary achievement in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics;

      (c) Develop a plan for identifying and awarding recognition to not more than 15 schools in this State that demonstrate exemplary performance in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics;

      (d) Conduct a survey of education programs and proposed programs relating to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in this State and in other states to identify recommendations for the implementation of such programs by public schools in this State and report the information gathered by the survey to the State Board of Education;

      (e) Apply for grants on behalf of the State of Nevada relating to the development and expansion of education programs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics;

      (f) Identify a nonprofit corporation to assist in the implementation of the plans developed pursuant to paragraphs (a), (b) and (c); and

      (g) Prepare a written report which includes, without limitation, recommendations based on the survey conducted pursuant to paragraph (d) and any other recommendations concerning the instruction and curriculum in courses of study in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in public schools in this State and, on or before January 31 of each odd-numbered year, submit a copy of the report to the State Board of Education, the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Legislature.

      2.  The Council or a subcommittee of the Council may seek the input, advice and assistance of persons and organizations that have knowledge, interest or expertise relevant to the duties of the Council.

      3.  The State Board of Education shall consider the plans developed by the Advisory Council on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics pursuant to paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of subsection 1 and the written report submitted pursuant to paragraph (g) of subsection 1 and adopt such regulations as the State Board deems necessary to carry out the recommendations in the written report.

      (Added to NRS by 2013, 1011)

APPENDIX

JUDICIALLY APPROVED DISTRICTS FOR MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION BASED ON 2010 CENSUS

(Effective January 1, 2012, for the limited purposes of filing for office and for nominating and electing members of the State Board of Education and January 8, 2013, for all other purposes and effective until the Legislature takes further action regarding apportionment of the Congressional Districts from which members of the State Board of Education are elected)

This Appendix reproduces verbatim the relevant portions of the Order Adopting and Approving Special Masters’ Report and Redistricting Maps as Modified by the Court, Guy v. Miller, Case No. 11 OC 00042 1B (Nev. First Jud. Dist. Ct. Oct. 27, 2011) and Addendum to October 27, 2011 Order Adopting and Approving Special Masters’ Report and Redistricting Maps as Modified by the Court, Guy v. Miller, Case No. 11 OC 00042 1B (Nev. First Jud. Dist. Ct. Dec. 8, 2011).

 

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District  1

   In Clark County

          Census tract(s) 000103, 000105, 000106, 000107, 000108, 000109, 000203, 000204, 000401, 000402, 000403, 000510, 000513, 000514, 000515, 000516, 000517, 000518, 000519, 000520, 000521, 000522, 000523, 000524, 000525, 000526, 000527, 000528, 000600, 000700, 000800, 000900, 001003, 001004, 001005, 001006, 001100, 001200, 001300, 001401, 001402, 001501, 001502, 001607, 001608, 001609, 001610, 001611, 001612, 001613, 001706, 001707, 001708, 001709, 001710, 001711, 001712, 001713, 001714, 001715, 001716, 001717, 001718, 001801, 001803, 001804, 001901, 001902, 002000, 002201, 002203, 002204, 002206, 002207, 002302, 002303, 002403, 002404, 002405, 002406, 002501, 002504, 002505, 002506, 002603, 002604, 002605, 002706, 002708, 002822, 002823, 002825, 002826, 002905, 002915, 002916, 002919, 002935, 002936, 002937, 002938, 002939, 002940, 002941, 002942, 002944, 002946, 002947, 002948, 002949, 002950, 002951, 002952, 002953, 002954, 002956, 002957, 002958, 002964, 002965, 002966, 002967, 002968, 002969, 002970, 002995, 002996, 003001, 003003, 003004, 003005, 003006, 003102, 003103, 003104, 003254, 003260, 003423, 003429, 004000, 004100, 004709, 004710, 004907, 004910, 004911, 004912, 004914, 004915, 004916, 004918, 004919, 004920, 004921, 004923, 004924, 004925, 004926, 005005, 005006, 005007, 005011, 005012, 005013, 005014, 005015, 006700.

                In census tract 000101 block group(s) 1, 2, 3, 4.

                      In census tract 000301, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2023, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030, 2031, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, 2036, 2037, 2038, 2039, 2040, 2041, 2042, 2043, 2044, 2045, 2046, 2047, 2048, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2057, 2059, 2060, 3000, 3001, 3002, 3003, 3004.

                In census tract 002707 block group(s) 1, 3.

                      In census tract 002707, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010.

                In census tract 002824 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 002824, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011.

                In census tract 002827 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 002827, block(s) 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.

                In census tract 002961 block group(s) 2.

                      In census tract 002961, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008.

                      In census tract 002962, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1134.

                In census tract 002974 block group(s) 1.

                In census tract 002975 block group(s) 2.

                In census tract 003220 block group(s) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

                      In census tract 003220, block(s) 6002, 6003, 6004, 6005, 6006.

                In census tract 003253 block group(s) 2, 3.

                      In census tract 003253, block(s) 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011.

                In census tract 003261 block group(s) 1.

                In census tract 003422 block group(s) 4, 5.

                      In census tract 003700, block(s) 2031.

                      In census tract 003800, block(s) 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 3001, 3002, 3003, 3004, 3005, 3006, 3007, 3008, 3009, 3010, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3014, 3015, 4000, 4001, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4006, 5006, 5007.

                In census tract 004917 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 004917, block(s) 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009.

                In census tract 005010 block group(s) 1, 3.

                      In census tract 005010, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2026, 2027, 2028.

                      In census tract 005016, block(s) 1004, 1008, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048.

                      In census tract 005017, block(s) 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1028.

                      In census tract 005105, block(s) 1007, 1018, 1019.

                      In census tract 006104, block(s) 1040, 1041, 2017, 2018.

                In census tract 006800 block group(s) 1, 2, 3.

                      In census tract 006800, block(s) 4000, 4001, 4002, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4008, 4009, 4010, 4011, 4012, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4019, 4026, 4027, 4028, 4029, 4030, 4031, 4032, 4033, 4034, 4035, 4036, 4037, 4038, 4039, 4040, 4041, 4042, 4043, 4044, 4045, 4046, 4047, 4048, 4049, 4050, 4051, 4052, 4053, 4054, 4055, 4056, 4057, 4058, 4059, 4060, 4061, 4062, 4063, 4064, 4065, 4066, 4067, 4068, 4069, 4070, 4081, 4082, 4085, 4086, 4087, 4088.

District  2

Churchill County, Douglas County, Elko County, Eureka County, Humboldt County, Lander County, Pershing County, Storey County, Washoe County, Carson City County.

   In Lyon County

          Census tract(s) 960101, 960102, 960103, 960201, 960202, 960301, 960302, 960303.

                      In census tract 960800, block(s) 1000.

                      In census tract 960900, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030, 2031, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, 2036, 2037, 2038, 2039, 2040, 2041, 2042, 2043, 2044, 2045, 2046, 2048, 2055, 2056, 2057, 2058, 2084, 2188, 2191, 2192, 2193, 2198, 2199, 4000, 4001, 4002, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4008, 4009, 4010, 4011, 4012, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4019, 4020, 4021, 4022, 4023, 4024, 4025, 4026, 4027, 4028, 4032, 4033, 4034, 4035, 4036, 4037, 4038, 4039, 4040, 4047, 4048, 4049, 4051, 4052, 4053, 4054, 4055, 4056, 4057, 4058, 4059, 4060, 4061, 4062, 4063, 4064, 4065, 4100.

District  3

   In Clark County

          Census tract(s) 002808, 002810, 002811, 002814, 002821, 002828, 002829, 002830, 002831, 002832, 002833, 002834, 002835, 002836, 002837, 002838, 002841, 002842, 002843, 002844, 002845, 002846, 002847, 002848, 002976, 002977, 002978, 002979, 002980, 002981, 002982, 002983, 002984, 002985, 003222, 003226, 003227, 003249, 003250, 003262, 005101, 005102, 005103, 005104, 005106, 005107, 005108, 005109, 005200, 005311, 005312, 005313, 005314, 005315, 005316, 005317, 005318, 005319, 005320, 005321, 005322, 005333, 005335, 005336, 005337, 005338, 005341, 005342, 005343, 005346, 005347, 005348, 005349, 005350, 005351, 005352, 005353, 005354, 005355, 005356, 005357, 005358, 005359, 005360, 005421, 005422, 005423, 005432, 005433, 005434, 005435, 005436, 005437, 005438, 005439, 005501, 005502, 005503, 005504, 005702, 005703, 005704, 005705, 005711, 005712, 005713, 005714, 005715, 005716, 005803, 005804, 005805, 005806, 005807, 005808, 005809, 005811, 005813, 005822, 005824, 005825, 005826, 005827, 005828, 005829, 005830, 005831, 005832, 005833, 005834, 005835, 005836, 005837, 005838, 005839, 005840, 005841, 005842, 005843, 005844, 005845, 005846, 005847, 005848, 005849, 005850, 005851, 005852, 005853, 005854, 005855, 005856, 006900.

                      In census tract 002707, block(s) 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017.

                      In census tract 002824, block(s) 2010.

                      In census tract 002827, block(s) 2000, 2001.

                      In census tract 002961, block(s) 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022.

                      In census tract 002962, block(s) 1038, 1039, 1040, 1041, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077, 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087, 1088, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1116, 1117, 1118, 1119, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131, 1132, 1133.

                In census tract 002974 block group(s) 2.

                In census tract 002975 block group(s) 1.

                In census tract 003223 block group(s) 2.

                      In census tract 003223, block(s) 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008.

                      In census tract 003253, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1012, 1013, 1014.

                In census tract 003261 block group(s) 2.

                      In census tract 005010, block(s) 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025.

                       In census tract 005016, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1054.

                      In census tract 005017, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1029, 1030, 1031.

                In census tract 005105 block group(s) 2.

                      In census tract 005105, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077, 1078, 1079.

                      In census tract 005613, block(s) 4217, 4232, 4233, 4235, 4236, 4237, 4238, 4240, 4241, 4242, 4243, 4244, 4245, 4246, 4247, 4248, 4249, 4250, 4251, 4252, 4253, 4254, 4255, 4257, 4258, 4259, 4260, 4261, 4262, 4263, 4264, 4265, 4266, 4267, 4268, 4269, 4270, 4271, 4272, 4273, 4274, 4275, 4276, 4277, 4278, 4279, 4280, 4281, 4282, 4283, 4284, 4285, 4286, 4287, 4288, 4289, 4290, 4291, 4292, 4293, 4294, 4295, 4296, 4297, 4298, 4299, 4300, 4301, 4302, 4303, 4304, 4305, 4306, 4307, 4308, 4309, 4310, 4311, 4312, 4313, 4314, 4315, 4316, 4317, 4318, 4319, 4320, 4321, 4322, 4323, 4324, 4325, 4326, 4327, 4328, 4329, 4330, 4331, 4332, 4333, 4334, 4335, 4336, 4337, 4338, 4339, 4340, 4341, 4342, 4343, 4344, 4345, 4346, 4347, 4348, 4404, 4405, 4406, 4407.

                      In census tract 005823, block(s) 1003, 1010, 1014, 1015, 1018, 1020, 1027, 1031, 1032, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075.

                      In census tract 006104, block(s) 1051, 1052, 1053, 1062, 1063, 1068, 1069, 1071.

                      In census tract 006800, block(s) 4020, 4021, 4022, 4023, 4024, 4025, 4071, 4072, 4073, 4074, 4075, 4076, 4077, 4078, 4079, 4080, 4083, 4084.

                      In census tract 007500, block(s) 1080, 1081, 1086, 1087, 1088, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1116, 1117, 1118, 1119, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1189, 1190.

District  4

Esmeralda County, Lincoln County, Mineral County, Nye County, White Pine County.

   In Clark County

          Census tract(s) 000201, 000302, 003204, 003208, 003210, 003211, 003213, 003214, 003215, 003218, 003219, 003228, 003229, 003230, 003231, 003232, 003233, 003234, 003235, 003236, 003237, 003238, 003239, 003240, 003241, 003242, 003243, 003244, 003245, 003246, 003247, 003248, 003251, 003252, 003303, 003305, 003306, 003307, 003308, 003309, 003310, 003311, 003312, 003313, 003314, 003315, 003316, 003317, 003318, 003319, 003320, 003321, 003408, 003409, 003410, 003411, 003412, 003413, 003414, 003415, 003416, 003418, 003419, 003420, 003421, 003426, 003427, 003428, 003430, 003431, 003500, 003607, 003609, 003610, 003612, 003613, 003615, 003616, 003617, 003618, 003619, 003620, 003621, 003622, 003623, 003624, 003625, 003626, 003627, 003628, 003629, 003630, 003631, 003632, 003633, 003634, 003635, 003636, 003637, 003638, 003639, 003640, 003641, 003642, 003643, 003644, 004200, 004301, 004302, 004401, 004402, 004500, 004601, 004602, 004703, 004707, 004712, 004713, 004714, 004715, 004716, 004717, 005607, 005612, 005614, 005615, 005818, 005902, 005903, 005904, 005905, 006001, 006103, 006201, 006202, 006203, 006204, 007100, 007200, 007600, 007800.

                In census tract 000101 block group(s) 5.

                In census tract 000301 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 000301, block(s) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2024, 2058, 3005, 3006, 3007, 3008, 3009, 3010, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3014, 3015, 3016, 3017, 3018, 3019, 3020, 3021, 3022, 3023, 3024, 3025, 3026, 3027, 3028, 3029, 3030, 3031, 3032, 3033, 3034, 3035, 3036, 3037, 3038, 3039, 3040, 3041, 3042, 3043, 3044, 3045, 3046, 3047, 3048, 3049.

                      In census tract 003220, block(s) 6000, 6001, 6007, 6008.

                      In census tract 003223, block(s) 1000.

                In census tract 003422 block group(s) 1, 2, 3.

                In census tract 003700 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 003700, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030.

                In census tract 003800 block group(s) 1.

                      In census tract 003800, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 3000, 4002, 5000, 5001, 5002, 5003, 5004, 5005.

                      In census tract 004917, block(s) 2000, 2001, 2010, 2011, 2012.

                In census tract 005613 block group(s) 1, 2, 3, 5.

                      In census tract 005613, block(s) 4000, 4001, 4002, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4008, 4009, 4010, 4011, 4012, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4019, 4020, 4021, 4022, 4023, 4024, 4025, 4026, 4027, 4028, 4029, 4030, 4031, 4032, 4033, 4034, 4035, 4036, 4037, 4038, 4039, 4040, 4041, 4042, 4043, 4044, 4045, 4046, 4047, 4048, 4049, 4050, 4051, 4052, 4053, 4054, 4055, 4056, 4057, 4058, 4059, 4060, 4061, 4062, 4063, 4064, 4065, 4066, 4067, 4068, 4069, 4070, 4071, 4072, 4073, 4074, 4075, 4076, 4077, 4078, 4079, 4080, 4081, 4082, 4083, 4084, 4085, 4086, 4087, 4088, 4089, 4090, 4091, 4092, 4093, 4094, 4095, 4096, 4097, 4098, 4099, 4100, 4101, 4102, 4103, 4104, 4105, 4106, 4107, 4108, 4109, 4110, 4111, 4112, 4113, 4114, 4115, 4116, 4117, 4118, 4119, 4120, 4121, 4122, 4123, 4124, 4125, 4126, 4127, 4128, 4129, 4130, 4131, 4132, 4133, 4134, 4135, 4136, 4137, 4138, 4139, 4140, 4141, 4142, 4143, 4144, 4145, 4146, 4147, 4148, 4149, 4150, 4151, 4152, 4153, 4154, 4155, 4156, 4157, 4158, 4159, 4160, 4161, 4162, 4163, 4164, 4165, 4166, 4167, 4168, 4169, 4170, 4171, 4172, 4173, 4174, 4175, 4176, 4177, 4178, 4179, 4180, 4181, 4182, 4183, 4184, 4185, 4186, 4187, 4188, 4189, 4190, 4191, 4192, 4193, 4194, 4195, 4196, 4197, 4198, 4199, 4200, 4201, 4202, 4203, 4204, 4205, 4206, 4207, 4208, 4209, 4210, 4211, 4212, 4213, 4214, 4215, 4216, 4218, 4219, 4220, 4221, 4222, 4223, 4224, 4225, 4226, 4227, 4228, 4229, 4230, 4231, 4234, 4239, 4256, 4349, 4350, 4351, 4352, 4353, 4354, 4355, 4356, 4357, 4358, 4359, 4360, 4361, 4362, 4363, 4364, 4365, 4366, 4367, 4368, 4369, 4370, 4371, 4372, 4373, 4374, 4375, 4376, 4377, 4378, 4379, 4380, 4381, 4382, 4383, 4384, 4385, 4386, 4387, 4388, 4389, 4390, 4391, 4392, 4393, 4394, 4395, 4396, 4397, 4398, 4399, 4400, 4401, 4402, 4403, 4408, 4409, 4410.

                      In census tract 005823, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1016, 1017, 1019, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1039, 1040, 1041.

                      In census tract 006104, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1070, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019.

                      In census tract 007500, block(s) 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077, 1078, 1079, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1105, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1143, 1144, 1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1155, 1156, 1157, 1158, 1159, 1160, 1161, 1162, 1163, 1164, 1165, 1166, 1167, 1168, 1169, 1170, 1171, 1172, 1173, 1174, 1175, 1176, 1177, 1178, 1179, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1184, 1185, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1191, 1192, 1193, 1194, 1195, 1196, 1197, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201, 1202, 1203, 1204, 1205, 1206, 1207, 1208, 1209, 1210, 1211, 1212, 1213, 1214, 1215.

   In Lyon County

          Census tract(s) 000201, 000302, 003204, 003208, 003210, 003211, 003213, 003214, 003215, 003218, 003219, 003228, 003229, 003230, 003231, 003232, 003233, 003234, 003235, 003236, 003237, 003238, 003239, 003240, 003241, 003242, 003243, 003244, 003245, 003246, 003247, 003248, 003251, 003252, 003303, 003305, 003306, 003307, 003308, 003309, 003310, 003311, 003312, 003313, 003314, 003315, 003316, 003317, 003318, 003319, 003320, 003321, 003408, 003409, 003410, 003411, 003412, 003413, 003414, 003415, 003416, 003418, 003419, 003420, 003421, 003426, 003427, 003428, 003430, 003431, 003500, 003607, 003609, 003610, 003612, 003613, 003615, 003616, 003617, 003618, 003619, 003620, 003621, 003622, 003623, 003624, 003625, 003626, 003627, 003628, 003629, 003630, 003631, 003632, 003633, 003634, 003635, 003636, 003637, 003638, 003639, 003640, 003641, 003642, 003643, 003644, 004200, 004301, 004302, 004401, 004402, 004500, 004601, 004602, 004703, 004707, 004712, 004713, 004714, 004715, 004716, 004717, 005607, 005612, 005614, 005615, 005818, 005902, 005903, 005904, 005905, 006001, 006103, 006201, 006202, 006203, 006204, 007100, 007200, 007600, 007800.

                In census tract 960800 block group(s) 2, 3, 4, 5.

                      In census tract 960800, block(s) 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1073, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077, 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087, 1088, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1116, 1117, 1118, 1119, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1143, 1144, 1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1155, 1156, 1157, 1158, 1159, 1160, 1161, 1162, 1163, 1164, 1165, 1166, 1167, 1168, 1169, 1170, 1171, 1172, 1173, 1174, 1175, 1176.

                In census tract 960900 block group(s) 1, 3.

                      In census tract 960900, block(s) 2018, 2025, 2047, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2059, 2060, 2061, 2062, 2063, 2064, 2065, 2066, 2067, 2068, 2069, 2070, 2071, 2072, 2073, 2074, 2075, 2076, 2077, 2078, 2079, 2080, 2081, 2082, 2083, 2085, 2086, 2087, 2088, 2089, 2090, 2091, 2092, 2093, 2094, 2095, 2096, 2097, 2098, 2099, 2100, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2104, 2105, 2106, 2107, 2108, 2109, 2110, 2111, 2112, 2113, 2114, 2115, 2116, 2117, 2118, 2119, 2120, 2121, 2122, 2123, 2124, 2125, 2126, 2127, 2128, 2129, 2130, 2131, 2132, 2133, 2134, 2135, 2136, 2137, 2138, 2139, 2140, 2141, 2142, 2143, 2144, 2145, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2150, 2151, 2152, 2153, 2154, 2155, 2156, 2157, 2158, 2159, 2160, 2161, 2162, 2163, 2164, 2165, 2166, 2167, 2168, 2169, 2170, 2171, 2172, 2173, 2174, 2175, 2176, 2177, 2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2182, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2186, 2187, 2189, 2190, 2194, 2195, 2196, 2197, 2200, 4029, 4030, 4031, 4041, 4042, 4043, 4044, 4045, 4046, 4050, 4066, 4067, 4068, 4069, 4070, 4071, 4072, 4073, 4074, 4075, 4076, 4077, 4078, 4079, 4080, 4081, 4082, 4083, 4084, 4085, 4086, 4087, 4088, 4089, 4090, 4091, 4092, 4093, 4094, 4095, 4096, 4097, 4098, 4099, 4101, 4102, 4103, 4104, 4105.

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