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Preview of NGSS Science Curriculum for Grades 6-8

The Governing Board will review Middle School Science Curriculum at a public hearing on July 14, 2020. The attached document provides instructions for parents to login and review the Foss Next Generation materials for grades 6-8. Physical materials are available for public preview in the District Office.

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2020 Nevada County Writing Participants and 7th Grade Champion


2020 Nevada County Writing Participants and 7th Grade Champion 

2019-2020 E-Sports Teams



2019-2020 E-Sports Teams

2019 CC


2019 PRUSD Cross Country Meet 

5th-Grade Girls

2019-2020 Staff Welcome Back  23 new employees



2019-2020 Staff Welcome Back 

23 new employees

One of our Trustees enjoying Arete Art Night
Mary Newberry
Mary Newberry
2019 CC



2019 PRUSD Cross Country Meet

4th-Grade Boys

Rachel's Challenge visits Magnolia

Magnolia has accepted Rachel's Challenge!  #chainreaction

Kids at work on Go Math
The Kings visit Magnolia
Mr. Richardson leads our band
Character Counts Assembly at Alta Sierra
Alta Sierra makes a splash at the County Art Show!
Cottage Hill Mascot appears at the Jog-a-thon
Art from Alta Sierra
Art from Alta Sierra
Law Day Field Trip
STEM projects at Cottage Hill
Cottage Hill Computer Lab in Use
Art winners
Magnolia Art
Farm assembly at Alta Sierra

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Preview of NGSS Science Curriculum for Grades 6-8

The Governing Board will review Middle School Science Curriculum at a public hearing on July 14, 2020. The attached document provides instructions for parents to login and review the Foss Next Generation materials for grades 6-8. Physical materials are available for public preview in the District Office.

Mental Health Notification

Our staff cares about the mental health of our students. If you think your child may need additional mental health support, we want to help you get started. The link below contains the information necessary to learn about countywide services that are available.

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20-21 School Year Update (6/2/20)

Dear PRUSD Families,
 
What a year we have endured as a county!  I hope everyone is safe and healthy during these times of uncertainty.  I will be providing regular communication throughout the summer months as our plans may change often due to new recommended guidelines by CDC or the county public health department.  As we are uncertain what the State and Local government officials will require of us to open up our schools next year, PRUSD is committed to working with other school districts to open up this August. School operations will be determined per our local public health official and County Superintendent of Schools.
 
The uncertainty is causing teachers to plan both for traditional school and distance learning.  If distance learning is still required, it will be provided primarily through a digital platform with prerecorded or live direct instruction.  Daily interaction will be required for continuous growth and achievement with their assigned teacher.  Students will be held accountable through graded assignments and assessed regularly.
 
The district is working on a “reopen plan” that will address not only the instructional delivery, but also cleaning protocol, safety measures, transportation plans, and facilities management that comply with CDC guidelines if we were to open up on August 18th.
 
I intended to provide a more definite answer for you today, but there are too many variables and unknown factors to make that decision.  I will send you updates as I receive them.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
Rusty S Clark
Superintendent
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Events

Board Meeting
Date: 7/14/2020, 5:30 PM 6:30 PM
Board Meeting
Date: 8/11/2020, 5:30 PM 6:30 PM
Professional Development Day
Date: 8/13/2020
Professional Development Day
Date: 8/14/2020
First Day of School
Date: 8/18/2020

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