At this time, the health risk to the general public in California from novel coronavirus remains low. As with any virus, especially during the flu season, there are a number of steps you can take to protect your health and those around you. The Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District is advising parents, as we always do, to not send your child to school if they are sick.
Great news, with power fully restored in Newman we are expecting the school day to run as scheduled. All USDA guidelines are being followed and necessary precautions are being taken to ensure food safety for our students and staff following the power outage.
The power is back on in Newman and all schools are open. We are looking forward to seeing all of our students for a great Monday!
It appears that Newman could be without power until 3:30 pm tomorrow (2/10/2020). We will still open every school tomorrow as a safe place for children to be. There will be a limited food service tomorrow, no lights, no internet, but a lot of time to read books and build relationships!
Hunt Back to School Night!
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Dept. has cleared the area and lifted the precautionary lockdown on Orestimba High School. All students and staff are safe and instruction is continuing as normal. Thank you.
As a precautionary measure, Orestimba High School has been placed on lockdown by the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department. Students and staff will remain inside until the Sheriff's Department clears the area. Thank you.
"Care for one, that's love. Care for hundreds, that's nursing." -- Unknown. Happy School Nurses Day! Thank you to all of our school nurses who look after NCLUSD students.
Welcome back NCLUSD students and staff! In this final month of the school year let's remember to continue working together to make a difference, today!
Von Renner hosted a Dual Language Immersion Parent Informational Night tonight! Staff and students highlighted the benefits of this special program. If you have an incoming kinder student, and would like to learn more about the program, there will be another parent informational night on March 21st at 6:00pm in the Von Renner cafeteria.
College Awareness Night will take place in the OHS gym tonight from 6pm-8:15pm. Parents and students will learn about admissions requirements for community colleges, CSUs and UCs, local educational and career opportunities and the affordability of college, financial assistance, scholarship searches and other resources. Free child care is also provided tonight for younger children. Information will be provided in both English and Spanish
Today NCLUSD celebrated the 100th Day of School! At sites across the district, teachers and students could be spotted in their "100 years old" attire while participating in activities to celebrate.
Follow along with the school board meeting live on YouTube by clicking on the link! https://youtu.be/Dqqxw9e-ir0
Hunt Elementary hosted their first "Writer's Workshop, Math & Literacy Dinner" tonight. Families participated in a variety of writing activities involving math and language arts, interacted with teachers and listened to students read their writings on monthly character traits. Great job Hunt Elementary students, parents and staff!
We will continue to limit time spent outdoors by students and also cancel all outdoor activities. (2/2)
NCLUSD schools are open today. We are closely adhering to recommendations from the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency and will continue to monitor, on an hourly basis, updates from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. (1/2)
Welcome back students!
Welcome back, Students!
We're very much looking forward to kicking off a new school year - welcome back, everyone!
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