Castroville >> Most high school students spend their lunch hanging out on the school lawn or in the cafeteria. But for a group of North Monterey County High School students on Friday, it was all about making lunches for people who aren’t fortunate enough to have one at all.
It is not too late to join one of our committees that help provide input and suggestions on how schools, programs and services will be prioritized and funded. Find out why committee are important in this article from the Monterey Herald SALINAS >> In 2013, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law “revolutionary” legislation that promised to replace an inequitable funding system with one that would bring more resources to the neediest students.
Moss Landing, Calif. – On the morning of Wednesday, October 4, 2017 North Monterey County Unified School District held its Ribbon-cutting Ceremony to celebrate the official opening of the Track and Field Project. North Monterey County High School will have its first night game, Homecoming, under stadium lighting on Friday.
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
Below is a List and links of Programs for this summer:
Monterey County SELPA CAC and Monterey Peninsula Union School District announces this Community Resource Fair designed to help parents and caregiveres become more aware of services and programs for children of all ages with a variety of disabilities.
Monterey County SELPA CAC and Monterey Peninsula Union School Dsitrict Community Resources Flyer/ Volante
El SELPA CAC del Condado de Monterey y el Distrito Escolar Unificado de la Península de Monterey anuncian esta Feria de Recursos Comunitarios diseñada para ayudar a los padres y cuidadores a estar más al tanto de los servicios y programas para niños de todas las edades con un gran número de discapacidades.
Dear NMCUSD parent and community members,
We are seeking parents and community member to serve on committees to provide input and suggestions on how our schools, programs and services will be prioritized and funded.
Please review the description HERE of the committees and if interested please contact 831-633-3343 ext.1210
Estimados miembros de padres y miembros de NMCUSD,
Estamos buscando padres y miembros de la comunidad que sirvan en los comités para brindar aportes y sugerencias para tomar decisiones sobre cómo se priorizarán y financiarán nuestras escuelas, programas y servicios.
Revise la descripción de los comités y, si está interesado, comuníquese al 831-633-3343 ext.1210.
8142 Moss Landing Road Moss Landing, CA 95039
The district office is closed to the public on the following dates:
Dec. 22, 25-29, 2017
Jan. 1, 2, 2018