Guest Speaker Joe Marquez explores how students and parents alike can use artificial intelligence responsibly and effectively.
Starting in the 2024-25 school year, students from transitional kindergarten through sixth grade in all 22 NMUSD elementary schools will experience integrated learning that blends computer science, engineering, biomedical science, and more.
This month's issue of School News Roll Call is now available online.
Agenda items for the DELAC meeting on February 28.
Through the district's dual immersion opportunities, students acquire increased cognitive skills and problem-solving abilities, strategic thinking and listening skills, high levels of academic achievement, and more.
As we head toward the end of the school year, we want to share a friendly reminder about the importance of your student attending school every day.
Superintendent Dr. Wesley Smith was inducted into the Dean's Superintendents Advisory Group Hall of Fame at USC Rossier School of Education.
NMUSD is pleased to provide high-quality Summer Programs for students,
NMUSD is now enrolling new students for the 2024-25 school year.
The Education Technology Department hosts two Virtual Parent Education sessions focusing on Raising Responsible Digital Citizens.
Nutrition Services Assistant II Ellen Sugiyama, Payroll Technician Ma Elena Singson “Elena” Concepcion and Electronics Technician Hung “Hank” Nguyen were recognized for their commitment to providing exemplary service to NMUSD’s students, staff and community.
SELPA invites parents and community members to the next CAC Meeting and Parent Education session.
Nutritionist Pam Williams offers Nutrition Lessons tailored to grade levels at all NMUSD schools.
The Mobile Maintenance Crew maintains clean, safe learning environments among NMUSD schools.
Education is key to combatting the fentanyl crisis. By prioritizing
education, we can take a proactive education approach to
address the risks associated with fentanyl and work toward
a safer future.
The district updated its Mobile Communication Devices Board Policy to create a more conducive learning environment that promotes academic focus and engagement and encourages positive social interactions among students.
NMUSD is looking for Instructional Assistants - Extended Day Program.
All California school districts must develop an annual plan. Help NMUSD shape programs important to your child's success by taking a 10-minute survey.
Agenda for the DELAC meeting on January 17, 2024.
At the annual organizational meeting for the NMUSD Board of Education, Carol Crane was elected president, Krista Weigand was elected vice president, and Leah Ersoylu was elected clerk.
The December 2023 issue of School News Roll Call is now available online.
NMUSD is nearing completion of the DRAFT facility master plan. Take the survey by Dec. 21.
NMUSD is seeking new community members to serve on the Citizens Oversight Committee, which is responsible for ensuring Measure F bond expenditures are consistent with what voters approved in November 2005.
Agenda for the November 29, 2023, meeting.
Most NMUSD elementary schools have gardens that can be used as part of the science curriculum. But teachers have found that students also learn how to be a part of a community.
Regular attendance is crucial -- even during the holidays!
NMUSD's Education Technology Department hosts this informative workshop on keeping your children safe online.
NMUSD invites parents to attend this informational session about the fentanyl crisis and how to reduce the risk of accidental overdose with guest speaker OCSD Sergeant Brian Gunsolley.
Volunteers from the community joined NMUSD families to beautify school sites as part of Love Our Schools Day, an event organized by Love Costa Mesa.
Please join us to provide input about the future of our school and district facilities. You may attend any of the meetings to provide input about any school or district facility. Spanish interpretation will be available.
According to recently released 2022-23 standardized test data, NMUSD students continued to show growth in English, math and science scores.
In partnership with the Newport-Mesa Schools Foundation, NMUSD hosted its annual State of the Schools Breakfast at Costa Mesa High School, raising more than $51,000 toward the foundation’s Grants to Teachers Program.
The latest issue of School News Roll Call is now available.
What are your school facility priorities?
Agenda for the October 18, 2023, DELAC Meeting
This update on a few major school construction projects provides a snapshot of our progress and the exciting developments occurring at various school campuses.
NMUSD is inviting interested and qualified properties to apply to be a member of a committee to review and analyze the district's Banning Ranch property.
Please join us to provide input about the future of our school and district facilities. A meeting will be hosted in each school zone. You may attend any of the meetings to provide input about any school or district facility.
As the 2023-24 school year kicks off, we want to stress the importance of instilling positive attendance habits.
As part of NMUSD's commitment to prioritize safety, we would like to update you on a few safety initiatives.
Welcome back video message from Superintendent Dr. Wesley Smith and Board President Ashley Anderson.
NMUSD has taken proactive steps to mitigate potential storm impacts. We want you to be confident in our preparation for possible inclement weather next week, as reports have mentioned potentially strong storms expected in Southern California.
Approximately 2,000 elementary and more than 1,100 secondary students participated in NMUSD's Summer Programs.
In partnership with the Melinda Hoag Smith Center for Healthy Living and IKEA, NMUSD hosts a resource fair to connect you with community partners offering a variety of resources for school-aged children.
A record number of students kicked off the Elementary Summer Program last week.
Effective July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024, children enrolled in NMUSD schools are eligible for free or reduced-price meals if the household income is less than or equal to the federal guidelines.
Summer is an important time for our Newport-Mesa community. Safety is always a driving priority. We are taking this opportunity to share some community safety messages.
Newport-Mesa Unified School District continually seeks to update and modernize school facilities by creating beautiful and purposeful learning spaces for students. Detailed here are some projects currently under construction, slated for construction, or in the planning process.
The Maintenance and Operations team is responsible for maintaining district facilities and carrying out daily operations to provide a solid base for student success. During the summer of 2023, the team will completing a multitude of projects.
The June 2023 issue of School News Roll Call is now available online.