NUSD’s schools and Ed Center will be closed to the public during Thanksgiving recess from Monday through Friday, Nov. 25-29.
Discovery High School will continue to hold its graduation in the quad area of the school because of the small size of the graduating class. Graduation is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, May 19.
Grab a friend, your Tupperware, and join Chef Vada for an exciting culinary class! Students will explore traditional and nontraditional holiday recipes from around the world, offering hands-on experience that students will enjoy and take home to their families. See attached.
Building character, boosting self-esteem, discipline, and learning to work in teams are invaluable skills that athletes take away from their time participating in sports. Superintendent Chris Evans discusses the short and long-term benefits with Coach Moriah Finch of Leroy Greene Academy.
Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) is offering free transportation to all students who attend a school within the city of Sacramento from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020. For Grades 6-12, we are requesting site staff to affix the SacRT sticker to student ID’s.
Working in classrooms, Instructional Aides can make a big difference in students’ learning. And this free class will help you become one …
Natomas Adult Education is offering a six-week culinary arts course from September 3rd through October 8th. Only $20! To register, please call the Adult Education office at (916) 928-5520. Hurry — limited seats available!
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Athletic forms for the upcoming school year are now available on our Athletics page. Students who plan to participate are required to complete a Clearance Packet prior to being eligible to tryout. Please complete forms and turn in physicals (required for athletics) and immunizations to the front office by the start of school.