Last fall at Jefferson School, Ms. Young-Justice’s sixth grade class, also known as The YJ Family, started a recycling program on campus. The program began as a project for the Sharing the Planet unit but grew to something bigger as […]
NUSD Families and Staff, This is a friendly reminder that beginning Monday, March 14, 2022*, masks in schools will be strongly recommended rather than required as announced by the State on February 28, 2022. Natomas Unified School District will allow […]
NUSD’s Parent University program is consistent with our Board-approved goal to, “Engage parents and families to support student success in school.” This online resource offers academic and social-emotional support for students of all ages, free one-hour parent workshops, resources and more.
Welcome to Jefferson School! In case you missed it, here is a presentation on the expectations for middle school students at our school.
If your child has a library book or textbook at home please return it to Jefferson School as soon as possible. We have a drop off box located outside of the front office every day (Monday – Friday) 7am until 2:30pm. As we prepare for the start of school next year it is VERY important that we get ALL of the missing library books and textbooks back. So again if your child has a library and/or textbook at home please return it to Jefferson School at the drop off box located outside of the front office every day (Monday – Friday) 7am until 2:30pm.
Here is the link for the 2021-2022 MASTERS Application form.
We have an exciting opportunity to provide a summer bridge program to some of our scholars for the coming school year! Summer bridge is meant to be a short two-week program to help jumpstart scholars in a fun way to the start of their year.
We are excited about our 8th grade promotion ceremony being held at Natomas High School’s Paul Shimada Stadium on Tuesday, June 8th at 6 p.m. Click the link above to view the program.
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.