The North Monterey County Unified School District is currently engaging its community in a facility master planning process. A Facilities Master Plan is an ongoing process that results in the creation of a comprehensive living document. Both the process and document are designed to ensure that the school and community based plan is created through a consensus of participants in the facilities master planning process. The purpose of the plan is to develop and communicate an efficient course of action to change the District's School Facilities to better accommodate and support its current and future educational programs on a regularly updated basis.
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Updates on District Finances
Letter to Governor Newsom in Regards to Fair Funding for Schools from the Monterey County's 24 School Districts
NMCUSD's Budget Program Review Advisory Committee - Informational Letter Regarding Full In-depth Review of District's Budget 2019
NMCUSD's 2018-19 Second Interim (March) Financial Report Overview
Updates on Negotiations Process with NMC Federation of Teachers
Click here for the Lastest Updates on Negotiation Sessions Held-to-Date for the 2019-2020 school year
"NMCUSD District Mission: An innovative community school system, we equip preschool (infants) 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."
Dear Community Members,
North Monterey County Unified has been making efforts to improve school climate by decreasing discipline, increasing attendance, and improving how students, parents, teachers and staff feel about their school culture. The District is focused on preparing and supporting teachers and administrators in a shift in how instruction is delivered in classrooms to meet the new curriculum standards. By focusing on student engagement strategies to include the integration of technology, the arts integration six learning principles, and the 4Cs (collaborating, communicating, critical thinking, and creativity) our students will be prepared for post high school education and their future careers.
New mathematical practice standards, literacy across curriculum, the new integrated science model, in addition to the integration of the arts into the curriculum has revitalized our schools and students are highly engaged in their own learning. Preparing students to be college and career ready upon graduation with a plan for one-year post-high school is the goal of NMCUSD. There is a focus to ensure students complete A-G courses with at least a 2.5 GPA and/or complete a Career Technical Education pathway to ensure they have a plan and not just graduate.
NMCUSD provides an infographic overview highlighting our focus areas and progress on the LCAP; LCAP webpage found here.
PRUNEDALE — Students at Echo Valley Elementary School celebrated a landmark by Big Sur Marathon Foundation’s youth fitness program in an appropriate fashion Thursday: running. The Just Run program recently surpassed 5 million miles run by kids across the country since the program began in 2004. The free, website-based youth fitness program promotes physical activity, good citizenship and healthy eating through its
Most parents send their kids to the closest possible school to their residence. But what happens when the closest school is outside of the district? Eight petitioners, living just off of Crazy Horse Canyon Road, want the Monterey County Office of Education to take a good look at that very question,
All public school students in North Monterey County have free school meals for another school year, intended to help a region that is experiencing high levels of youth homelessness and family poverty.
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The district office is open Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The office is CLOSED to the public on the following dates:
Monday, November 11 (Veteran's Day)
Wednesday, November 27- November 29. (Thanksgiving Holiday)
Keeping Our Schools Safe is a Top Priority: A reminder to students, parents and community members to report any concerns regarding school safety to the school principal and/or our School Resource Officer, Deputy Coronado at (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also encouraged to use the district's Tip Line below. All concerns and tips will be follow-up on.
Mantener nuestras escuelas seguras es una prioridad principal: Un recordatorio para los estudiantes, los padres y los miembros de la comunidad a que informen cualquier inquietud con respecto a la seguridad escolar al director de la escuela y / o a nuestro Oficial de Recursos Escolares, Deputado Coronado al (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 o al correo electrónico email@example.com. También se le recomienda utilizar la Línea de Información del distrito que se encuentra abajo. Todas las inquietudes y consejos serán seguidos.