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Celebrating Pride Month at NVUSD



For the fifth year in a row, the Napa Valley Unified School District raised LGBTQ rainbow flags at the district office and at its 26 school sites in celebration of, and in solidarity with, the Pride LogoLGBTQ NVUSD community. The flags will be displayed from June 1 through June 14, the last day of school. 

Raising the flag is aligned with the district’s equity policy and nondiscrimination/anti-harassment policy as well as Board Resolution 19-30, adopted in June of 2019. In May 2020, NVUSD’s Board of Education unanimously approved the flying of the rainbow flag on school-owned poles in the district, which encompass campuses in Napa and American Canyon.

“NVUSD is fortunate to have a wonderfully diverse population and is proud to demonstrate support for our LGBTQ students, staff, and people across Napa Valley and American Canyon,” shared Superintendent Dr. Rosanna Mucetti. “As a symbol of inclusion, these flags represent our commitment to ensuring school environments are safe and inclusive for all our students.” 

More information will be shared on NVUSD’s social media sites throughout the month.


Principal Dev and staff raise the LGBTQ rainbow flag in front of New Technology High School

Caption: Pictured here, New Technology High School principal, Abhinav Dev raises the LGBTQ rainbow flag at the start of the school day, while teacher Mark Rowell and head custodian Lourdes Martinez hold their 2024 California distinguished school flag. To learn more read below and visit our Facebook page.


  • 01 - Elementary Schools
  • 02 - Middle Schools
  • 03 - High Schools