Little damage reported from Coronado High fire
A small fire Thursday at Coronado
High School in Henderson triggered a police and fire response but caused little damage.
The fire broke out about 2:10 p.m. when a student lit a paper Student Council sign on fire, a spokesman for the Clark County School District said.
The burning sign, which was taped to a wall above lockers in one of the school’s hallways, emitted smoke. School staff dialed 911 and pulled fire alarms before extinguishing the fire.
The Henderson fire and police departments responded to the call, and ensured the scene was safe before letting staff and students back on campus by 2:40 p.m. comprised of judges, private and public guardians, lawyers and others, the court said Thursday.
The commission will make recommendations the Nevada Supreme Court for rules on administering guardianship cases and provide oversight for implementation of new guardianship reform laws.