Administrative change saves CCSD $1 million

Patrick Gibbons

The Clark County School District officially restructured its administration today into “four broad service areas” instead of the five regions and several distinct offices.

CCSD has eliminated the Superintendent’s School Division Office and the Office of the Assistant Superintendent of Business. Some positions are allegedly eliminated while others will be reassigned based on the new organization.

The new CCSD will include the Instruction Unit, Superintendent’s Office, and Finance and Operations. The press release did not name the fourth service area.

According to the district, the changes will save $1 million. While the savings are peanuts compared to the district’s $3.6 billion in expenditures scheduled for the next school year, small savings are still good savings.

Clark County’s empowerment schools will be moved from the Superintendent’s Schools Division Office to the Instruction Unit. There is currently no news on how the restructuring will affect Clark County’s empowerment schools in the future.