8142 Moss Landing Road
Moss Landing, CA  95039
831-633-5189 (FAX)

District Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Our Mission

"NMCUSD District Mission:  An innovative community school system,  we equip preschool to adult students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes they will need to pursue their life goals responsibly and creatively in a radically changing society."



Effective February 23, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

Bus Routes:

Due to trees down, wires down, flooding and potholes/slip outs buses will not be able to drive down the following roads:


Echo Valley Road- Route L and Route C:  Can’t go past Maher from San Miguel Canyon Road (Can get to Echo Valley Elementary School)

Assisi Way and Ralph Lane- Route D, A and Q: inaccessible



If you have any questions, please call the Transportation Department (831) 663-3035.

Mensaje importante



Efectivo el 23 de febrero del 2017 a las 4:00 p.m.

Rutas de autobús:

Debido a arboles caídos, cables caídos, anudamiento y hoyos los buses no podrán manejar en las siguientes carreteras:  


Calle Echo Valley - Ruta L y Ruta C:  No se puede pasar la Calle Maher viniendo de la Calle San Miguel Canyon (Si puede llegar a la escuela primaria Echo Valley)

Assisi Way y Ralph Lane - Ruta D, A y Q: inaccesible




Si tiene alguna pregunta favor de contactar el departamento de transportación (831) 663-3035.

Superintendent Letter

                                          June  2016

KariYeater.jpgDear Community Members,

The District’s adopted three-year plan that outlines our goals and priorities for academic programs and services is called the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  The LCAP is fully aligned with each of the school’s Single School Plan for Student Achievement.  The LCAP is a requirement for all public school districts to account for all of the “restored” funding that we are receiving from the State.  The majority of the restored funding is designated supplemental/concentration grant funding that must be used to increase and improve student achievement for low income, English Learners, and foster youth students. 

The LCAP is reviewed and revised annually to determine progress towards our goals.  The updated LCAP, along with the annual report, was presented for a public hearing at our regular board meeting on June 9th.  The updated LCAP was presented and approved at the June 23rd regular board meeting.

The current adopted LCAP for 2016-2019 is posted below for your reference in addition to a copy of the executive summary in English and Spanish along with Appendix A, Appendix B and Appendix C which provides further detail on the data and budgets within the LCAP.


Kari Yeater


Overview of LCAP Process



Recognition of a Safe Haven School District read here

Reconocimiento de Distrito Refugio lea aqui

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