Please return any NUSD textbooks from the 2020-2021 school year.
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Sacramento County Office of Education is pleased to collaborate with the California Association for Bilingual Educators (CABE) – Sacramento Regional Collaborative Chapter to offer scholarships for State Seal of Biliteracy recipients. Three scholarships of $1,000 each will be granted to selected candidates.
We are so thrilled to have our students back on campus 5 days a week for in-person instruction, and we’re glad that we are able to continue offering the distance learning option to families for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year which ends June 10. Beyond that, there is no indication from the state that distance learning will continue to be allowed in response to the COVID pandemic. All indications at this time show that schools will be back to in-person instruction solely in the fall.
The Natomas Schools Foundation is accepting applications until May 7 for college scholarships — some $1,000, others $500 — to be awarded to current high school students in Natomas Unified.
In reaching an agreement with the Natomas Teachers’ Association, NUSD restores 5 day a week in-person instruction, maintains family choice, maintains safety measures as about 50% of our students return 5 days a week on Monday, April 12.
“Ever since I was a child, I always wanted to do something to serve and help people reach their goals,” said Lori “Grace” Strickland, the next leader of Inderkum High School.
As we expected and shared with you on Sunday evening, Sacramento County is now in the red tier, a less restrictive tier that allows secondary students (6-12) to return to in-person instruction.