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  • 2023-2024
  • Stories

In Napa Valley Unified School District, schools such as Snow Elementary, Redwood Middle, Napa High, and Vintage High are making waves with TeachTown's enCORE curriculum. This innovative program, made for students with moderate to severe disabilities, covers academic, behavioral, and adaptive skills. It's a holistic approach that's really working.

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  • 2023-2024
  • Family Newsletters

In this Issue: 

  • Thanksgiving Letter from Superintendent Dr. Rosanna Mucetti
  • Empowering Students through Empathy: The On Track Collaborative
  • Elementary Teachers Show Dedication to High-Quality Reading Instruction
  • Congratulations to Principal Maria Cisneros
  • Congratulations to Expanded Learning Opportunities Manager, Audrey Dawkins
  • NVUSD Trustees’ Role as School Board Members
  • Empowering Digital Safety: Join Our Virtual Sessions on Combating Online Bullying
  • Matriculation Night at the Ed Center
  • Strategic Visioning Community Engagement Opportunities
  • Celebrating Cultural Diversity: Unidos Hosts Successful Dual Immersion Town Hall
  • It’s Open Enrollment Time!
  • Thanksgiving Feast Thanks to Our Central Kitchen - NOSH
Read More about NVUSD Family Newsletter: Empowering Futures - Celebrating Community and Learning
NVUSD Trustees’ Role as School Board Members
  • 2023-2024
  • Board Members in the Community

Many already know that NVUSD school board members hold board meetings twice per month or approximately 26 times a year. Board members also spend considerable time refining governance practices, carrying out the Superintendent evaluation process, and attending subcommittee meetings on finance, policy, and curriculum, to name a few. However, this is just the beginning of their work and commitment. Read more about the role our NVUSD’s Board plays in leading the Napa Valley Unified School District by scrolling down.

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  • 2023-2024
  • Family Newsletters

In this Issue: 

  • The Pushouts: Film Screening and In-Person Conversation with Dr. Rios
  • It’s Open Enrollment Time! 
  • Discover the World of Opportunities: Explore Our Magnet Schools Today!
  • Fill Out Our Strategic Visioning Survey by November 10 and Attend Our Open House November 4
  • NVUSD Dual Language Immersion Night - November 8
  • NVUSD Student Advisory Council to Shape Education and Student Experience
  • Smart Social Parent Internet and Social Media Resources
  • Día de los Muertos - Downtown Napa - Saturday, November 4
  • Opening Doors to College: Free PSAT/NMSQT for NVUSD Juniors
  • Inclusion Spotlight
  • Elementary Progress Reports
  • Last Chance to Sign Up for Coffee with the Superintendent at Donaldson Way
  • Last Chance to Nominate an Employee of the Year!
Read More about NVUSD Family Newsletter: Eight Ways to Engage - Dive into NVUSD's Opportunities - Can You Spot Them All?
Students speak with each other at the first meeting of the 2023-2024 Student Advisory Council
  • 2023-2024
  • Leadership Stories
The NVUSD Student Advisory Council consists of students from each NVUSD high school. By design, they represent a wide variety of student perspectives. Students serve on the NVUSD Student Advisory Council for a two-year term. The intended outcomes are:
  • Increase students’ role in the development of LCAP goals and actions

  • Understand the basics of District funding

  • Create and put in place options to improve the student learning experience. These council will base the options on the NVUSD the 2022-2023 identified areas of growth

  • Empower students to have a voice in their educational experience

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