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The Governor's Executive Order that allowed for zoom Board meetings ended September 30th. Therefore NUSD Board of Trustee meetings have returned to in-person with the meetings videotaped and available on the District website the following day. Should there be imminent risk or an outbreak that risks public safety, AB 361 permits a temporary return to zoom meetings.
Board President Christina Cameron-Otero graduated with her Masters in Education from GCU this past week! Congratulations!
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All visitors to the volleyball and football games against Laughlin HS this Friday, September 17th MUST purchase tickets online at TicketSpicket.com before the game. Look for tickets under Laughlin High School. No tickets will be available at the gates.
Sign up online for this program that focuses on ways to understand and support our children's mental health! Free registration online.
This is the zoom link for either audio or phone calls to join our meeting on Tuesday, September 14th starting at 5:00 with the public general session reopening at 6:00 pm.
As schools have been reopened with mandates from both CA state and federal authorities, the rules for closing schools if COVID exposure occurs have changed. Currently, if a student becomes positive, the school will send parents a letter stating that their child may have been exposed and that they may consider testing the student. If your child does not have any symptoms you may return your child to school. If your child develops symptoms, you will be asked to get your child tested. The Needles USD is providing tests for all student athletes according to the NIAA regulations. Any students exposed may also request that the District provide a test which they will do. Talk to your child's principal if you have questions.
Students will be required to wear a face mask in all indoor settings on school campuses and on school buses. Students are not required to wear a face mask while outdoors. Staff, and all other individuals on campuses, will also be required to wear a face mask in all indoor settings on school campuses and on school buses, while sharing indoor space with students. The face-covering mandate stated is a requirement and school districts and/or Boards of Education do not have the authority to be less restrictive.
For the 2021-2022 school year, school districts must offer an independent study option to be made available to students whose health may be put at risk by attending in-person instruction, as determined by the parent or guardian.