With the cold and flu season upon us and concerns about the coronavirus, as a safety precaution, we wanted to give you the most recent information that we have received from the Sacramento County Public Health Department about the coronavirus and provide you with tips to help you stay healthy this season and prevent the flu.
Parent University offers a wide array of workshops and classes to support parents/guardians in raising successful students. From workshops on technology to college preparation to one of our most popular courses “Love and Logic,” Parent University is a resource specially designed for the needs of NUSD’s parents.
In alignment with school closure on March 13th and 16th, Open House will be rescheduled or potentially canceled until further notice.
Students recognized during hallway mini-assemblies for good character and modeling the IB Learner Profiles – Knowledgeable, Caring, Principled, Open-minded, Balanced, Inquirers, Communicators, Thinkers, Reflective, and Risk-takers!
Discover how Natomas Unified supports and addresses the needs of the community through its award-winning Constituent & Customer Services Department.
During winter recess, Sacramento Kings Dewayne Dedmon hosted a holiday shopping spree for H. Allen Hight students. Each child received a $100 Walmart gift card, dinner, and other SWAG items. Watch the attached video below to see how he and fellow Kings staff volunteers helped our students pick out presents on their holiday wish list. Thank you to the Sacramento Kings and PlayWorks for coordinating this opportunity!
Want to know how to navigate Google Classroom and use the Parent Portal to check assignments, grades, attendance and more? Register for NUSD’s Parent Technology Night from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at Natomas Middle School.
Attached is the basketball schedule for the 2019-20 school year. Go Cheetahs!
NUSD’s schools and Ed Center will be closed to the public during Thanksgiving recess from Monday through Friday, Nov. 25-29.
This week is parent/teacher conferences and in many cases, these will be student-led conferences.