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Medicare 101

NVUSD Staff:

Our next Medicare 101 Seminar is Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. in the Board Room at the Ed Center.

If you are approaching 65 and would like to hear about your Medicare benefits, please attend this meeting.

Posted 1/10/19

InnovatEd conference

NapaLearns, NCOE, and NVUSD are excited to announce the 2019 InnovatEd Conference! 

InnovatEd is a one-day teacher conference that showcases new and innovative instructional tools and strategies that can be leveraged to engage students and drive academic success. Our conference will be held on Saturday, February 9th, 2019 at New Tech High School. Download flyer

> Register to attend (free for Napa County Public School Teachers)

Our goal is to highlight the impact and success of our own teachers and leaders in Napa County; we would love to have you present at our conference. 

Things to keep in mind before applying... 

  • Sessions will be approximately 45 minutes long.
  • Session content should align with one or more of the conference themes (Career Readiness, EdTech, PBL or STEM.)
  • You can co-present with colleagues.
  • Applications to present are due January 17th. 

Apply To Present

Posted 12/14/18

CSEA shield logo​​​​​​​The CSEA and District negotiations teams are pleased to share this update regarding our large, multiyear undertaking to revise classified job descriptions and realign ranges.  This is a major accomplishment fueled by the collective commitment to invest time and money in supporting and rewarding the work of our classified employees.  There is still a little more work to be done, but we wanted to pause and celebrate the efforts to date and thank everyone who was involved in the process, both from classified and management employee groups. 

Please read the attached letter in either English or Spanish

Posted 12/13/18

On Dec. 6, the NVUSD Board approved the revised Student Calendar for the 2019-2020 school year. We revised the calendar following feedback from parents, students and staff that the version previously approved in October was problematic.

With the revised calendar, we endeavored to fulfill some key interests:

  • Retain our traditional first week of school: Monday and Tuesday as teacher work days; first day of school on Wednesday; and early release on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
  • Offer staff two full days of District-based professional development.
  • To the extent possible, honor the preferences of parents and staff regarding Thanksgiving and Winter breaks.

Our Calendar Committee built three calendar options, and presented them to parents, teachers and staff for reactions. Thank you to the nearly 1,900 people who responded online.

You can see the recommended calendar here. It features:

  • The traditional first week of school, with teacher work days, a Wednesday start for students, and early release all three student days.
  • No changes to the Thanksgiving or Winter student breaks.
  • An additional student day the last week of school in June (last day of school on Friday, June 5, rather than Thursday).
  • Restoring Monday, April 13, as a student day
  • District-based professional development days for staff on Oct. 11 and March 13 (no students on those days).

We are working on any necessary changes regarding graduations or end-of-the-year activities. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to email or call (707) 253-3571.

Posted 12/7/18


Posted 11/27/18

Fresh fish tacosStop by any of our school sites, with your District badge, and enjoy a tasty, fresh, healthy lunch such as the fresh fish tacos shown. Great food at a great price!

Posted 10/1/18