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Update on Continued Learning Resources
Posted 3/16/20

We understand families are urgently awaiting resources for continuity of learning for your children during the COVID-19 school closure period. We also know some of you may have received messages from your principals regarding access to these resources starting today. We apologize if any messages have caused confusion or uncertainty.

Over the weekend, the California Department of Education informed local CA school districts that more specific guidelines and expectations for school work during COVID-19 closures would be shared in the days ahead. In anticipation of these guidelines, NVUSD has decided to delay the formal launch to the remote learning opportunities  until Wednesday, March 18th.

Although we cannot replace the value of instruction at school with teachers, it is our priority to ensure that students have the appropriate resources they need to continue learning and studying at home in alignment with state expectations. We will post school specific continuity of education plans by Wednesday, March 18th via the Continuity of Learning link on the NVUSD website. A district notification along with the link to access materials will be sent to families once the resources are made formally available to students. For elementary families that need paper versions of the educational resources, the district will send out a follow up message regarding the details for distribution of paper packets. Some high school and middle school teachers are also providing access to the same materials via GoogleClassroom. 

The COVID-19 situation is evolving rapidly on a daily basis. We greatly appreciate parents’ understanding and patience as we respond to the various demands and expectations the situation requires. You have our commitment to ongoing, prompt updates as we attain more information and make any decisions that impact your students’ educational experience during these unusual times.

Please stay tuned for updates, and stay healthy and safe.