The fifth-largest school district in the United States is warning Thursday night that it may have to cut nearly 1,500 jobs if students don’t return to some form of in-person learning by the end of the school year. Clark County School District’s Chief Financial Officer Jason Goudie showed the Board of Trustees an updated budget that would save the district about $27.5 million and cut approximately 1,480. Some of the job cuts would include custodial positions, support professionals, bus drivers and school police, according to the document showed during the presentation. The school district further explained that these cuts were a direct result of not having students and staff in school buildings. In a statement, the district said it was committed to balancing its “fiscal responsibility, operational efficiency, and quality instruction.” The board is set to consider an updated hybrid plan in January after board members decided to postpone the vote following multiple concerns surrounding the initial plan.