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NVUSD Family Newsletter: Spotlight on Student and Staff Achievements and Community Events

Caption: Liz Corey, third grade teacher at Canyon Oaks, receives a delightful surprise in her classroom as NVUSD and Napa County Office of Education leadership and staff reveal her as the 2024 Napa County Teacher of the Year. Visit our  Facebook and  Instagram  pages to see all the memorable moments from this special occasion!


Tell Us How We're Doing: LCAP Goals Feedback Survey

NVUSD has four district-wide goals to improve student learning in our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  We want to know what you think about how we're doing on each goal:

  • Getting students ready for college and jobs

  • Making sure lessons grab students' attention and respond to their needs

  • Keeping parents well-informed and involved

  • Helping students feel good and do well in school and life

Your feedback is crucial to our progress. Please help us by taking a quick  5-minute survey  to share your thoughts on our efforts. The survey will close on May 3. Your input will make a difference in our strategies and initiatives moving forward.


Students Celebrate Success at Every Student Succeeding Ceremony
On Thursday, April 18, the Association of Napa County Administrators (ANCSA) celebrated outstanding students from across Napa County, including many from the 26 schools of the Napa Valley Unified School District. The Every Student Succeeding ceremony opened with uplifting speeches from NVUSD Superintendent Rosanna Mucetti and County Superintendent Barbara Nemko. They both commended the students for their incredible perseverance and achievements, highlighting how they’ve overcome various challenges. Read more in the  NVUSD News  and enjoy a snapshot of the winners on  Facebook  or  Instagram .


Final Curtain Call for "Legally Blonde" at ACHS!

Don’t miss your last chance to catch the ACHS Theater Arts’ spectacular performance of "Legally Blonde" this weekend! Join us for a night of fun, laughter, and unforgettable performances. Here are the details:

  • Friday, April 26: 7:00 PM

  • Saturday, April 27: 7:00 PM

  • Sunday, April 28: 2:00 PM Matinee

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit  ACHS Drama . Come support our talented students in their final performances of this fabulous musical. 


A Conversation About Trauma/PTSD and the Pathways to Healing
Mentis invites our families to join them at Markham Vineyards for a special talk with Dr. Wiltsey-Stirman, a Stanford professor of psychiatry. She will explore trauma, its effects on individuals and communities, and the latest strategies for managing it. This free event, part of Mental Health Awareness Month activities, will include a question-and-answer session and refreshments. It's scheduled for Wednesday, May 22, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM, with doors opening at 5:30 PM and the presentation beginning at 6 PM.  This event is FREE  to the public.  Please RSVP here , as seating is limited.  Join us to deepen your understanding of mental health in our community!


Sustainability and Local Flavors Shine in NOSH's School Menus
NOSH's brought both sustainability and local flavors to our school menus with great success this month! On Plastic Free Day, our students enjoyed breakfasts and lunches served in eco-friendly packaging. They featured items like NOSH-made Energy Bites and colorful salad bars without the need for utensils. Additionally, our Harvest of the Month, Kale, starred in a delightful Kale Pesto Pasta Salad. This item, sourced from local North Bay farms, has been a hit among the students.  A big thank you to our dedicated team and FEED Cooperative! Our students love these sustainable and tasty options.


2024-2025 Bus Registration Information

Are you interested in registering your student for transportation services in the 2024-2025 school year? If your student is eligible  (see details here ), you will receive a ParentSquare message from transportation services in late May with important details! 

Summer Learning Adventures with NVUSD and Partners

This summer, NVUSD is excited to partner with the Boys and Girls Club of Napa Valley, NCOE COOL School, AIM High, and other organizations to offer a wide range of enriching and educational summer programs for our students. With offerings from hands-on activities and exciting field trips to specialized academic support and social-emotional learning opportunities, there's something for every learner. Dive into more details and sign up by visiting  NVUSD Summer Programs.

Summer Reading Quest: Sign Up and Explore!
Get ready for a summer of exploration and discovery with the Napa County Library’s self-paced Summer Reading Challenge, open to young adventurers ages 3 to 11! Sign-ups begin May 28th—track your reading journey, earn rewards, and enjoy special events. Start your adventure at .
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