The state is giving North Monterey County's school district $1.6 million and Carmel's school district $500,000 to hire school resource officers. Report by KSBW 8
Louie Montano (left) joins second-graders from Echo Valley Elementary School and others in presenting the colors during the 26th annual Memorial Day Avenue of the Flags Ceremony at Castroville Public Cemetery. Photo by Erik Chalhoub/Register-Pajaronian
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Track and field teams from Gonzales, Greenfield and King City traveled to meets in Castroville and Pacific Grove this past weekend to complete the Easter break.
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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; English found here.
Versión en español aquí
All LCAP information found here
Changing How We View and Promote School Progress
8142 Moss Landing Road Moss Landing, CA 95039
The district office is open Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The district office is closed to the public on the following dates:
Wednesday, July 4
Monday, Septermber 3