Five WLV schools receive ‘F’ grades

Five WLV schools receive ‘F’ grades

From the Las Vegas Optic

For the past six years, the Public Education Department has been grading schools’ performance using an A-through-F letter grade system. For the 2017-18 school year, two schools in the West Las Vegas School District received an A, three others received a C, and five were given an F.

Union Elementary received an A for the third consecutive year, and Tony Serna Jr. Elementary rose from a D to an A.

“I have good teachers across the whole district,” said West Las Vegas Superintendent Chris Gutierrez.