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CCSD agrees to hand over Jara’s social media records

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — According to court documents filed on Monday, the Clark County School District has agreed to hand over records from Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara’s social media accounts.

The agreement comes following a post on the social media site X from an account that belonged to Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara that said, “What leadership? Corruption and bought by crooked JV and his mistress [Neisess]?”

The “JV” mentioned is thought to be in reference to Clark County Education Association Executive Director John Vellardita, and the “Neisess” in reference to President Marie Neisess. The post came after several Nevada lawmakers had called for Jara to be fired during a tense negotiation over teacher’s contracts.

The account was deactivated sometime after the post was published. At the time, Neisess took issue with the post, saying she was owed an apology.

“I feel like Superintendent Jara needs to apologize not only to me but really to all students because he is not setting a good example. We teach anti-bullying to our students, but yet that’s exactly what he did this morning,” Neisess said.

The school district’s deadline to deliver the records is set for Feb. 5.

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