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Past articles by Trevon:

Dinner with service for Thanksgiving feast

St. Vincent's Dining Room annually provides meals for about 1,200 people in need on Thanksgiving in Reno. → Read More

Nevada falls to last on education ranking, despite improvement

After years of floundering near the bottom in a widely watched report card for state education systems, Nevada has sunk to dead last. → Read More

Judge delays decision on $5,000 private school payments

CARSON CITY – A district judge delayed the decision Wednesday that will either allow Nevada to pay thousands of parents for private school starting in February, or forbid it until a lawsuit is resolved. → Read More

Superintendent contract worries committee trying to pass ballot question

Washoe County school officials mounted a full-court press this week in defense of the controversial contract for their new superintendent, earning $311,000 her first year. → Read More

School spending put under the microscope

A year-long scrutinization of public school spending began on Tuesday. → Read More

Battling the outbreak: How schools overcame the norovirus scourge

Eradicating a highly contagious virus hasn't come easy for the Washoe County School District, steam cleaning enough carpet to cover the floors of more than four Walmart Supercenters. → Read More

'If it weren't for this, we'd go hungry'

The roads of Reno are quiet Thursday morning, especially downtown. What one would expect of Thanksgiving. → Read More

School board approves $311K contract for superintendent

The Washoe County School Board approved a contract on Tuesday that will pay $311,000 to Traci Davis in her first year as permanent superintendent. → Read More

Follow live: School Board to consider Davis contract

Superintendent is seeking $428,800 in first-year pay. → Read More

Washoe superintendent seeks $428,800 in first-year pay

Traci Davis will have 428,800 reasons to be grateful this Thanksgiving if the Washoe County School Board approves her negotiated superintendent contract on Tuesday. → Read More

Two more schools declared clear of norovirus outbreak

The end of Washoe County School District'Just wanted to pass along some good news: Jesse Hall Elementary School and George Westergard Elementary School have been REMOVED from the illness outbreak list as of today per the Washoe County Health District → Read More

District build plan: Stall new elementary schools in favor of other needs

After months of assessing overcrowding in public schools and dwelling on the money missing from coffers to address it, Washoe County education officials got down to brass tacks on Wednesday. → Read More

North Valleys HS off outbreak list, 3 schools remain

After suffering through a norovirus outbreak for more than a month, North Valleys High School is no longer seeing high numbers of infections and returned to safe status on Wednesday, according to county health officials. → Read More

NV students outscore expectations, but few tested

Students performed better than expected on Nevada's new, more challenging standardized tests aligned to Common Core, but state officials are taking the results with a grain of salt. → Read More

NV to receive $990K rebate from Common Core test-maker

Nevada will receive about $990,000 from its test-maker ... → Read More

State: No scholarship money for UNR teaching students

Students at the University of Nevada, Reno, won’t receive a cent of $2.3 million in state scholarships offered this year for those seeking teaching degrees. → Read More

District promising transformation to special ed system

School officials made some hefty promises to disabled students on Tuesday, vowing to immediately overhaul Washoe County School District’s special education system serving one in ten students but graduating only a handful of them. → Read More

$35M in school bonds won't be used to reduce overcrowding

The Washoe County School Board agreed Tuesday to seek $35 million in bond money for local schools, but the funds will do little to relieve overcrowding in a district relying on more than 230 portable classrooms, according to district officials. → Read More

Norovirus outbreak finally subsiding for Washoe schools

Most of the Washoe County public schools battling norovirus outbreaks for the past month have returned to normal thanks to the fall break emptying schools last week. → Read More

Treasurer downplays high rate of well-off families seeking private school money

The state official in charge of implementing Nevada's private school payment program is downplaying the large number of students applying from middle- to high-income neighborhoods. → Read More