Parents: STAY CONNECTED DURING SCHOOL CLOSURES
Schools are closed until the end of the 2019-20 school year
MANTÉNGASE CONECTADO DURANTE EL CIERRE ESCOLAR
Las escuelas estan cerradas hasta el fin del año escolar 2019-20
The Castro Plaza Family Resource Center is available by phone daily at (831) 633- 5975 (Monday - Thursday 8:00AM - 6:00PM and Friday 8:00AM - 4:30PM). Information is available on the following services:
- Limited Child Care Services to Essential Service Workers
- Food, Resources, and Social Service Information
- Mental Health Service Support
Parent Resource Packet #2-April 13 (Social Services: CalWorks,CalFresh, Medi-Cal, Managing Anxiety)
Parent Resource Packet #3-April 20 (How to Talk to Kids About COVID-19, Parenting Tips & Resources, Mental Health)
Parent Resource Packet #4-April 27(Selfcare, Census 2020 information, COVID-19 Eviction Protection, PG&E Support Programs)
Parent Resource Packet #5-May 3-(Helping Children Cope with Disaster, Tips for Google and Zoom Classroom, Effects of Stress)
Parent Resource Packet #6-May 11 (Parent Distance Learning Supports, Census 2020 Information, self-care)
Parent Resource Packet #7-May 18 (P-EBT, Mental Health Support, Census 2020)
Parent Resource Packet #8-May 26 (Childrens Activities and Census Information)
Students are required to have signed Technology Use Agreements in order to access the school district's network, devices and applications. If a student is issued a technology device, similar to a textbook check-out, they are required to have a signed loaner device agreement. This Agreement (Spanish version) also references a specific Chromebook Contract that applies to the use and replacement costs for Chromebooks that may be damaged or lost.
The Nutrition Department is providing weekly meal distribution are every Monday. Families will be provided 5 days of meals to take home for the week. The drive-thru/pick-up will be available between 11AM-1PM at NMC High School, Prunedale Elementary or Castroville Elementary. In addition there will be extended hours from 5-7PM at NMC High School. As a reminder, weekly meals are one per child ages 18 and under, and only available one time for the week. This is to ensure there are enough meals for each child. Please click here for more information.
Important Information Regarding the Coronavirus
North Monterey County Unified is in collaboration with the Health Department and other agencies to continue to provide up to date information reagrding the COVID-19. At this time, the health risk to the general public in California from novel coronavirus remains low, but our schools are taking common-sense precautions to prevent the spread of all infectious diseases. These precautions will be helpful to also prevent the spread of other common illnesses such as influenza and gastroenteritis. Click here for more informaton...