NUSD revises its 2015-16 calendar posted 13 days ago
No such thing as a free lunch? ... NUSD meals program proves that wrong posted 27 days ago
Heron and Two Rivers named 'Honor Roll' schools by statewide business coalition posted 33 days ago
Two $1,000 scholarships awarded in memory of former NHS Coach Salvador Heredia-Arriaga posted 35 days ago
NUSD offers free summer meals to anyone 18 and under posted 36 days ago
District launches the B. Teri Burns Health Clinic.
Inderkum High School's commencement exercise was a reminder that more than 150 Natomas Unified graduating seniors this year have been accepted into four-year colleges.
A student in Natomas High School's auto technology class discusses the intricacies of engines with visiting seventh-graders from Natomas Gateways Middle School.
These students exemplify the NUSD Vision that, "All students graduate as college and career ready, productive, responsible, and engaged global citizens."
Natomas MIddle School students honor Cesar Chavez by pledging peace and non-violence,
Witter Ranch fourth-graders dissect owl pellets in science experiment while Supt. Chris Evans looks on.
Celebrating reading at Hight Elementary School read-a-thon.
Inderkum High School color guard performs at Sacramento's Martin Luther King Jr. parade.
First-graders give Heron teacher Lisa MacMillan a group hug after she was named Natomas Unified Teacher of the Year.
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