NCLUSD is offering meal kits for children ages 1-18 to ensure children in our community have food during Winter Break. Registration starts December 1, 8am. Pre-Order Here: https://forms.gle/ASvjNxZXFrd1MiXk9
Pandemic EBT Benefits have been extended. Visit this website to learn more: https://cdss.ca.gov/home/pandemic-ebt
Did you know that meal applications assist in so much more than just meals? Apply at https://www.lunchapplication.com/ https://www.nclusd.org/article/320838?org=newman-crows-landing-usd
20lb boxes of pork and chicken will be distributed on September 25th and October 2nd from 11am-12pm at Barrington, Hunt, Von Renner and Bonita Elementary Schools and at Yolo Middle School. Boxes will be handed out first come-first serve basis while supplies last. Meal distribution will be served at the same time.
The Star Polisher By Leah Becks "I have a great job in the universe of occupations. What do I do? I'm a star polisher. It's a very important job. If you want to know how important, just go out at night and look at the stars twinkling and sparkling. You see, I am a teacher. The stars are the children in my class. My job is to take them in - in whatever shape they come - and shine them and buff them, and then send them out to take their places as bright little twinkling beacons in the sky. They come into my room in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they're bent, tarnished, dirty, crinkly and broken. Some stars are cuddly, soft, and sweet. Some stars are prickly and thorny. As I buff, polish, train, and teach my little stars, I tell them that the world cannot do without them. I tell them they can do anything they set their minds to do. I tell them they can be the brightest, shiniest stars in the sky, and that the world will be a better place because of them. Each night as I look at the sky, I'm reminded of my very important job and awesome responsibility. I go and get my soft buffing cloth and my little bottle of polish in preparation for tomorrow and for my class of little stars." Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Thank you to all of our wonderful teachers who continue to educate and inspire during this time.
NCLUSD Nutrition Services updates. Remember Mon-Fri we are providing free meals to all children ages 1-18 in our communities. Please click the link below for more information. https://sites.google.com/nclusd.org/nclusd-remote-learning/families/meal-schedules
Reminder meals will be doubled today, Thursday, April 9, 2020, because there will be no meal services tomorrow, Friday, April 10, 2020. Meals are packed and ready to go and now include breakfast, lunch and supper! There are three ways to receive meals: 1. Pick up meals at Von Renner or Hurd Barrington Elementary from 11:00am - 12:00pm 2. Food Truck Delivery: Fisherman's Bend/Martin's, Catfish Camp & Bonita Elementary (see full schedule at nclusd.org) 3. Bus Route Delivery (see full schedule at nclusd.org)
Rain or shine our nutrition services employees are here to serve our students. In accordance with CDC recommendations all staff who are interacting with the public are wearing protective masks and gloves. Meals now include a breakfast, lunch and supper! For more information on meal pick up and delivery please visit the remote learning page on our website.
Campuses may be closed but our kitchens are still open! NCLUSD Nutrition Services provided 15,500 meals to children ages 1-18 from March 19, 2020 to March 31, 2020. Starting Monday, April 6, 2020 we will also be providing supper. Thank you to all of our wonderful staff who are making this possible! NCLUSD is continuing to work together to make a difference, today!
Today is National Autism Awareness Day. Please watch former NCLUSD student Robbie Messer's video: This is my Quest: https://youtu.be/4xzsdHwTIPE
April 1, 2020 is Census Day! The Census is important because it helps to decide how much federal money our schools will get over the next ten years, and how much money our state will get for our parks, neighborhood improvements, public health, transportation, and many other programs and services. For more information on the Census go to https://2020census.gov/en.html
Lunch is served! Effective March 23, 2020 meals will be available for pickup at Von Renner and Hurd Barrington Elementary, Monday through Friday from 11:00am-12:00pm. Meals will be FREE to ALL children ages 1-18. Children must be present in order for meals to be provided. Meals will include a daily lunch and breakfast for the following school day. The NCLUSD food truck will also be traveling an established route to deliver meals. Fisherman's Bend/Martin's: 10:00-10:30am Catfish Camp: 10:45-11:15am Bonita Elementary: 11:30am-12:00pm
It was great to see members of our NCLUSD staff this morning during an extended cabinet zoom meeting. We are all still here to support our students, their families and the community we serve. By limiting the amount of time and people we interact with, we are truly working together to make a difference, today!
Times almost up to pick up a nutritious and delicious lunch and breakfast. Hurd Barrington, Hunt, Von Renner, Yolo and OHS will all be serving until 1pm today, parents/guardians can pick up lunches via drive up or walk up. Children must be present in order for meals to be provided. Meals are FREE to ALL children from ages 1-18.
NCLUSD Schools will close effective Thursday, March 19 through April 19, 2020.
Parents, we need your input as we begin to develop NCLUSD’s 2020-2021 Local Control and Accountability Plan(LCAP). The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for local educational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs. We value your input so please complete the LCAP Parent Survey by March 6th. LCAP Parent Survey Spanish: https://forms.gle/XkE4d43n91cAapfV6 LCAP Parent Survey English: https://forms.gle/Tc6EFr8X4buzHGD5A
At this time, the health risk to the general public in California from novel coronavirus remains low. As with any virus, especially during the flu season, there are a number of steps you can take to protect your health and those around you. The Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District is advising parents, as we always do, to not send your child to school if they are sick.
Great news, with power fully restored in Newman we are expecting the school day to run as scheduled. All USDA guidelines are being followed and necessary precautions are being taken to ensure food safety for our students and staff following the power outage.
The power is back on in Newman and all schools are open. We are looking forward to seeing all of our students for a great Monday!
It appears that Newman could be without power until 3:30 pm tomorrow (2/10/2020). We will still open every school tomorrow as a safe place for children to be. There will be a limited food service tomorrow, no lights, no internet, but a lot of time to read books and build relationships!
Yolo Middle School is still experiencing difficulties with the main telephone line. NCLUSD and AT&T are working to correct the problem. If you need to contact the Yolo office please call 209-862-2985. We appreciate your continued patience during the this time. Thank you.
Yolo Middle School is experiencing technical difficulties with the main telephone line. We are currently working to resolve this issue. To contact the Yolo Office please call 209-862-2985. We appreciate your patience and will notify you with any updates. Thank you.
Yolo has a visit from Cambi Brown of Good Day Sacramento. In an online poll Newman was chosen as the town to visit. They were invited to come visit and meet some of the best students in the county!
Join us for the Yolo Show Case, this Thursday, 5/16/19, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Yolo Cafeteria. Student work will be on display. Celebrate your students accomplishments! All future Yolo Panthers are welcome!
No One Eats Alone at Lunch on Thursday, 2/14!
NCLUSD schools are open today. We are closely adhering to recommendations from the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency and will continue to monitor, on an hourly basis, updates from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. We will continue to limit time spent outdoors by students and also cancel all outdoor activities.”