Nevada School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)

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Nevada School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)

Category: Prevention, Behavioral Interventions, and Supports
Subcategory: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)
State: Nevada

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NAC 389.195. Elementary school.

1. The State Board of Education prescribes the following courses of study for elementary schools:

(a) Reading.

(b) Language.

(c) Social studies.

(d) Mathematics.

(e) Science.

(f) Art.

(g) Music.

(h) Health.

(i) Physical education.

(j) Computers.

2. In addition to the courses prescribed by subsection 1, a course of study in:

(a) Introduction to technology is prescribed for pupils in sixth, seventh or eighth grade.

(b) Academic achievement, career exploration, and personal and social development is prescribed for pupils in seventh or eighth grade.

3. A local school board may offer:

(a) A course in a world language as an elective course for pupils in kindergarten through the eighth grade.

(b) A course in home and career skills as an elective course for pupils in seventh and eighth grades.

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