May 13, 2020 – The Nevada County Superintendent of Schools in concurrence with the Nevada County Public Health Department, the superintendents of our 9 school districts, and our 6 charter school directors, are providing Nevada County with an important update on end of year graduations, meal distributions and the 2020-21 school re-openings related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each school district and charter school will be sending out details of how they will be handling graduation ceremonies that are in line with the Governor’s orders and Nevada County Public Health Department guidelines.
SUMMER MEAL DISTRIBUTION
School districts utilizing central kitchen are planning to continue meal distribution throughout the summer for their students. Distribution sites may be consolidated during the summer months. Specific information will be sent by your school district.
2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
Depending on the Governor’s orders and directions from the Nevada County Public Health Department, at this time all Nevada County schools are planning to open on their scheduled start dates for the 2020-21 school year.
It is highly likely schools will start with social distancing protocols in place. All of our schools are currently formulating physical spacing and scheduling options to address these protocols. As schools receive guidance from the state and local officials, more specific information will be sent out to parents and the community.
First day of Nevada County schools for 2020-21 are as follows:
8-17-20: CPSD; CCSD; NCSD; NJUHSD; PVUESD; TRESD; Bitney; UHSD*
8-18-20: GVSD; PRUSD; TRHSC; YRC
8-19-20: EJ; Forest; NCSA;