NUSD’s schools and Ed Center will be closed to the public during Thanksgiving recess from Monday through Friday, Nov. 25-29.
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.
Enjoy a few pictures from Back to School Night. What a great night!
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.
Welcome to another exciting year of Panther Nation athletics! Fall athletic schedules are posted and are ready for you to print and keep on your refrigerator.
For families who were unable to attend our orientation, here is what you missed. Please see attached presentation.
The City of Sacramento has launched its “15 is Fast Enough” public outreach campaign aimed at educating parents, students, and residents about the new law, which was passed by City Council on June 4, 2019, that reduces the speed limit to 15 mph.
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It is required per District policy that students who participate in sports have an athletic physical every year. Get your student’s physical done over the summer at the B. Teri Burns Clinic, 3301 Fong Ranch Road. Drop-In dates attached.