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NVUSD has been cleared by Napa County Public Health officials to begin moving to in-person instruction. In keeping with our phased approach to reopening, we are preparing to move into Phase Two which is a hybrid of in-person/online or 100% virtual learning models, depending on each family’s preference.

We plan to begin in-person instruction on a two-day a week schedule in the pre-assigned cohorts in mid-October. In preparation, our teams are finalizing all the safety and operational requirements to welcome students, teachers, and staff back to campus, in collaboration with our union representatives.

WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU

The Phase Two Enrollment Form is required in order for NVUSD to assess the number of students who will be returning to in-person learning on campus. This form must be filled out for each student and completed by Friday, September 18. For your information, we have a list of Frequently Asked Questions that we will continue to add to and evolve as more information is confirmed.

In order to complete the enrollment form, you will need to include your student’s NVUSD ID which you should have received via email earlier today. If you have any questions, please email enrollment@nvusd.org.

We are looking forward to welcoming students, teachers and staff back to campus safely in the next few weeks. 

Posted 9/14/20

A $100,000 contribution from the Cameron Champ Foundation and Chevron will provide STEM scholarships to twenty graduating seniors from the Napa Valley Unified School District.

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Posted 9/10/20

NVUSD is expanding delivery of free on-campus services to include online as well as in-person formats in order to continue to provide free academic, behavioral and mental health support for school success.

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Posted 9/4/20

NVUSD is offering three childcare options to support working families during these unprecedented times. Please be assured that we are taking the necessary precautions with direction from the CDC and Napa County Public Health to ensure a safe environment is maintained at all times. We realize the need for childcare outpaces the number of spaces available, but we are taking a “slow and grow” approach to reopening in the safest way possible. As conditions allow, and we are able to support more spaces, we will open up additional slots. 

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Posted 8/25/20