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ALL NVUSD Schools Closed until 4/13/2020
Posted 2/3/20

ALL NVUSD Schools Closed until 4/13/2020


March 13, 2020

Dear NVUSD families,

There is nothing more important than the health and safety of our entire community. Today the U.S. declared COVID-19 a National Emergency. Earlier this week, the World Health Organization declared this virus a pandemic, and yesterday the Napa County Public Health Department declared a local, public health emergency here in our own county. 

In a special emergency meeting called this afternoon, the Board of Education approved a resolution to close all NVUSD schools beginning on Monday, March 16 continuing through spring break. At this time, we expect classes to resume on April 13.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • To ensure continuity of learning for all TK-12 students, teachers are actively preparing lessons that students will be able to complete at home, either online or on paper. Families will receive more information on how you/your student can access these materials early next week.
  • On Monday, March 16, all campuses will be accessible for families and employees to gather any needed supplies or personal items between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm.
  • Our Food Services program will be providing “grab and go” lunches at three school sites for any child,18 or under, needing lunch during this quarantine period. More information on times and locations will be posted on our website and on our district Facebook account.
  • All NVUSD district offices will be closed.
  • To ensure essential services continue, some district staff/faculty will be working during this timeframe.

Because of the evolving nature of the coronavirus pandemic, we hope to be able to resume instruction after spring break, but will continually assess the conditions to determine the best time for reopening schools.

This situation is developing rapidly and we will continue to share the most up-to-date information. Please check our website for important updates and community resources to utilize during this uncertain time. 

Thank you for your ongoing support and patience. 

Stay healthy,

Dr. Rosanna Mucetti Superintendent