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Assembly Bill 195: Overview

Assembly Bill 195 (AB 195) revises provisions relating to pupils who are English language learners (ELLs). Approved by Governor Steve Sisolak on June 2, 2021, AB 195 extends the rights of ELL pupils and parental rights. Section three of the bill provides an overview of these rights.


Important Dates

By the deadline of August 1, 2023, all Clark County School District public and charter schools that enroll ELLs are required to post a copy of the rights described in AB 195 on their respective Internet websites in as many languages as possible. AB 195 Parental Rights available translations:




By the deadline of March 30, 2024, all secondary school sites must report data for ELL participation in athletics and extracurricular activities. Athletic and activity directors at each secondary school will be asked to provide the number of ELL students by grade level who participated in one or more of the following sports or extracurricular activities during the 2023–2024 school year. If an ELL student participated in more than one sport or extracurricular activity, the student should be counted only once. Requests for this information will begin in March 2024 and come from the assigned ELLD Region coordinator.


  • Middle School:

    • Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Track, Volleyball, Band, Chorus, Newspaper, Human Relations, Speech and Debate, Yearbook, Orchestra, Cheerleader, Dance/Drill Team, Drama, Chess Club, Honor Society, FBLA, Student Council, Mariachi/Guitar, or JV Quiz.  


  • High Schools:

    • Band, Chorus, Mariachi/Guitar, Yearbook, Drama/Theatre, Newspaper, Pep Club, Cheerleader, Speech and Debate Club, Dance/Drill Team, Student Council, Key Club, Human Relations, Varsity Quiz, Orchestra, Chess Club, FBLA, Science Bowl, Honor Society, ROTC, DECCA, VICA, or FCCLA.


Contact Information

For more information, please contact Andrea Tee, director, Region Support, at (702)799-2137 or via email at

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