NUSD’s 2015016 LCAP Infographic highlights Goal #2 Staff Success and Goal #3 Community Involvement
(Novato, CA) … The Novato Unified School District board elected Tom Cooper as president and Debbie Butler as vice president/clerk at its December 6, 2016 meeting. Mr. Cooper has been on the board since 2007 and served as president in 2011. Ms. Butler has been on the board since 2006 and served as vice president [...]
(Novato, CA) … This week, Superintendent Jim Hogeboom and a few District Office staff are filling in for teachers while they attend a project based learning (PBL)workshop located at the Marin Office of Education (MCOE). The Novato Unified School District (NUSD) has been promoting and supporting teachers’ professional development especially in the area of project [...]
There will be a Board Meeting on Tuesday, January 17, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Novato Education Center - 1015 Seventh Street, Novato, CA 94945.
Giving is the greatest act of kindness. The students at San Ramon Elementary School have gone above and beyond when it comes to giving. The students at San Ramon started a One Warm Coat drive on December 5 to collect coats for Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) in Sonoma County. They provide shelter and support [...]
Later Start Committee at NUSD This year NUSD formed a Later Start Committee, headed by Ivan Chaidez, Assistant Superintendent, Education Services, and includes parents, teachers, students, administrators and community members. The Committee is conducting a Community Survey, along with a student, parent and staff survey, to learn what the Novato Community thinks about a later [...]
Shannon Dugdale Qualifies for Can Am Para-Swimming Championship (Novato, CA) … In March 2017, Shannon Dugdale will compete in the Canadian American Para-swimming championships. This event brings together the best Para-swimmers from both Canada and the United States, and often other international competitors. As a Novato High Senior, Shannon has been swimming for over 10 [...]
Dr. Levin's French 2 class at Novato High developed their own board games to practice all the language they have learned this semester. They created challenging and interesting questions. After playing their own games to make sure it worked, they then played another group's games.
Dear Novato Community, It has come to our attention that some students may be planning to protest the recent election results via a walk out on the afternoon of Monday, November 14th. As educators, we support our students’ right to express themselves and grow into young adults who are socially-conscious and civically engaged. Any potential [...]