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Featured Article: New Elementary Instructional Materials Adopted

Teachers Training

Through a collaborative instructional materials adoption process during the 2016/17 school year, kindergarten through sixth grade teachers, along with site and district leadership have identified two ...more

Community Alliance

We are continually looking for more ways to help support the needs of our students and their families, beyond the classroom. NMUSD collaborates with various community organizations in an effort to provide necessary services and programs for students and families NMUSD recommends these agencies according to the individual needs of our students, parents and families. Please view the Community Alliance Brochure and contact the agency directly for more information regarding services, policies and procedures on enrollment and fees.  

Fun Facts – Health services

Our Department of Health Services works collaboratively with schools throughout the District to support students’ health needs in a variety of ways. Below are some of the services that students received in the 2016/17 school year:  

  • 29,500 - Number of students received health screenings
    (such as general screenings, vision, dental, and hearing screenings)

     
  • 72,000 - Number of student visits to health office
     
  • 15,600 - Number of times medication was administered to students

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