Please take a look at our video describing new procedures, safety protocols and expectations for a safe return back to in-person learning. We hope that, after watching this, you’ll have a good understanding of what our campuses will look like upon re-opening.
On Thursday, July 1, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 104 into law, and we’d like to provide you with important information on how this legislation may relate to your student. The bill contained three major provisions: retention, grading, and graduation policies. Please click on the news article to read more.
On March 1, 2021, the NLMUSD School Board voted to reopen elementary schools: Preschool and Grades TK – 2 on March 29, 2021 Head Start and Grades 3 – 5 on April 12, 2021
Elementary school parents/guardians have the option to choose if their child remains in distance learning or returns to school for in-person instruction in a hybrid model.
Please select your option by completing our online form by Monday, March 15, 2021. The option you select for your child(ren) is for the remainder of the school year. If we do not receive your commitment form by March 15, 2021, your child will be placed in the revised distance learning model for the remainder of the year. Please click the article to continue to the Learning Model Commitment Form
Dear NLMUSD Community, As a reminder, all our schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. This decision is in alignment with all public school districts in Los Angeles County. Considering this pandemic and the limitations associated with distance learning, after consultation with our principals, teachers’ union, instructional leads, and district administration, we have decided to transition to a temporary grading policy for the second semester of 2019-2020. Please click on this article to read the full statement from Dr. Hasmik Danielian, Superintendent.