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    PROUDLY SERVING Serving American Canyon, Napa, and Yountville

    Virtual State of the District

    Watch the event hosted by Superintendent Dr. Rosanna Mucetti live on November 19th when she provided an update on the district.
     


     

    Parent Learning Series

    Join our experts for live sessions where they will demonstrate tools, share information, and take your questions. 

    Virtual Author Event Dec. 8, 6:30pm

    Join NVUSD and Author/Illustrator Juana Martinez-Neal to discuss her book Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story and the #GLOBALREADALOUD Project.juana martinez neal

    Purchase your copy at Napa Bookmine and Copperfield’s Books.

    This event is part of an ongoing series, sponsored by NVUSD.

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    Enrollment Information
    New Registration is for students who have never attended an NVUSD school.  
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    Measure H Progress
    Thanks to voters, our bond dollars are hard at work
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    Leadership
    Learn more about our Superintendent, Cabinet, and Board
    Meet our leaders
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    Our education plan
    We’re making progress on our three-year goals and initiatives
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    NOSH: our Food Program
    Sign your student up for our fresh and nutritious meals and apply for the free/reduced-priced program
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    Community
    Learn about our communications, partnerships in the community and how to rent our facilities
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    Want to join a great team? Explore open positions at NVUSD
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    FOOD PROGRAM:   Apply for the Free & Reduced Meal Program. 

    Message from the Superintendent

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    This week Napa County was downgraded to the "Widespread" tier, or purple level, on the California Blueprint for reducing COVID-19. This new designation does not change our commitment to keeping our campuses open while safeguarding our community's health. 

    Per current public health guidelines, a school only needs to close when five percent of the school’s population test positive. A district-wide closure would only be initiated when 25% of district campuses close. Since we opened on October 26, our students and staff are abiding by all our safety protocols, resulting in...Read more

     

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