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Monterey County SELPA Local Plan
In accordance with the SELPA Local Plan Certification (please click here to view plans)
Youth Cinema Project (YCP) Founder Edward James Olmos Visits Echo Valley Elementary YCP Students
Academy Award-nominated actor Edward James Olmos visited North Monterey County Unified School District Youth Cinema Project at Echo Valley Elementary School on May 26, 2022. Youth Cinema Project Students from Elkhorn, Castroville, Prunedale, Echo Valley, and the middle school will then attend YCP LEGACY, the student film festival component within The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) on June 4.
Safety in NMCUSD Schools/Emergency Preparedness
We are deeply saddened to learn of the tragedy that occurred at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. As educators and as parents, it is difficult to comprehend such catastrophic events. We feel closely connected to the children, teachers, staff, families, and the community who are so devastated by this loss of innocent lives. Our primary focus is always to keep our children safe, and schools continue to be one of the safest places for children. Click her for more information on our Emergency Preparedness/Safety.
New Guidance and Masking Timeline
Based on our local decision by the Board of Trustees, here are the guidelines and related timeline for North Monterey County Unified school campuses and facilities: Our District school campuses/facilities current outdoor masking requirement will end on Saturday, March 12. Face masking is still required indoors at our school campuses and facilities until Saturday, March 26 (click to read more)
NMCUSD's Educator Effectiveness Block Grant (EEBG)
The Educator Effectiveness Fund 2021 Block Grant Program was established by Assembly Bill 130, Chapter 44, Section 22, Statutes of 2021. The law specified that Educator Effectiveness Block Grant may be used to support professional learning for certificated teachers, administrators, paraprofessional educators, and certificated staff.
The NMCUSD's ESSER III Expenditure Plan
The District has consulted with its community members in determining the prevention and mitigation strategies, strategies to address the academic impact of lost instructional time, as well as other strategies or activities to be implemented by the school district. In developing the plan, the school district has flexibility to include input received from community members during the development of other District Plans, such as the LCAP, provided that the input is relevant to the development of the district's ESSER III Expenditure Plan. (click to read more)
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TAMC Donates Skateboard, Helmets, & more!
Thank you to the Transportation Agency of Monterey County for your raffle donation to our Walk & Roll event!
Notice of Public Hearing SELPA
TOPIC OF HEARING: Monterey County SELPA Annual Budget Plan Monterey County SELPA Annual Service Plan
NMCHS Students announces first cohort to receive NC3 Certification
North Monterey County High School, a National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) Leadership School, is proud to announce its first cohort of high school students to receive NC3 industry recognized certifications. North Monterey County High School’s CTE program is a part of the Mission Trails ROP JPA. (click to read more)
Monterey County Office of Education and the North Monterey County Unified School District welcome Governor Gavin Newsom
On May 13, 2021, the Monterey County Office of Education and the North Monterey County Unified School District welcomed Governor Gavin Newsom, State Superintendent Tony Thurmond (click to read more)
These Monterey County homeless, foster students have a higher graduation rate than housed students
Thirty-five percent of students enrolled in The North Monterey County Unified School District (NMCUSD) are homeless or foster students, according to district officials. Despite these challenges, students are graduating at a much higher rate than housed students in the county.
School Nutrition Directors Feed Communities Through the Pandemic
Sarah Doherty, Director of Child Nutrition, highlights the weekly meal distribution model and the importance of having local partnerships.
Hartnell Education Center coming to Castroville in the near future.
Castroville will soon have its first college facility proving its community members access to college credit classes, adult education, labs, and a community meeting place. Hartnell Education Center in Castroville is expected to open in Spring 2022.
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