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"Saving Sam" STEM activity- Lazy Cafe (4th Grade March 2019)
Teachers completing a Breakout EDU.

Breakout EDU- Professional Development

Staff photo in the library 2017-18

Staff Photo 2017-2018

"Saving Sam" STEM activity- Lazy Cafe (4th Grade March 2019)
4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins (2018-2019)

Students wearing special glasses, looking at the Sept. 21 2017 solar eclipse.-Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class.

Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class looking at the solar eclipse. September 2017.

4th grade students create heart sculptures during Lazy Cafe.

Students create heart sculptures (2018-2019)

"Saving Sam" STEM activity- Lazy Cafe (4th Grade March 2019)

4th grade students create heart sculptures during Lazy Cafe.

Students create heart sculptures (2018-2019)

4th grade students creating

4th grade students creating "iPads" with California apps (state symbols) (2019-2020)

3rd Grade Literacy Week-Crazy hair; Girls with donut buns

Litercy Week- Crazy Hair Day (2018-2019)

Students wearing special glasses, looking at the Sept. 21 2017 solar eclipse.-Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class.

Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class looking at the solar eclipse. September 2017.

4th Grade students creating art of the California grizzly using strips of newspaper

4th graders creating the California Grizzly Bear using strips of magazines. (2019-2020)

Literacy Week- Crazy Hair; 3rd Grade girls

Literacy Week- Crazy Hair (2018-2019)

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins (2018-2019)

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins (2018-2019)

The second grade students made ecosystems in a bottle. The fish and water in the bottom provide the succulent water and nutrients.

The second grade students made ecosystems in a bottle. The fish and water in the bottom provide the succulent water and nutrients. (2019-2020)

Front of Nuview Elementary School administration building
Four teachers dressed up us Wonder Woman for Halloween.

Wonder Women! (2019-2020)

Second graders sitting on a rock at The Living Desert field trip.

Second graders at The Living Desert field trip. (2019-2020)

This is a properties of matter science experiment. Second graders created a chemical change and created a gas. The gas blew up their balloons.

Students learn about properties of matter. Second graders created a chemical change and created a gas. The gas blew up their balloons. (2019-2020)

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins

4th Graders participate in art projects after meeting their monthly reading goal- Cellu-clay pumpkins (2018-2019)

"Saving Sam" STEM activity- Lazy Cafe (4th Grade March 2019)
4th Grade Students researching and creating a brochure about California

4th grade students researching and creating a brochure about California. (2019-2020)

Students wearing special glasses, looking at the Sept. 21 2017 solar eclipse.-Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class.

Mrs. Robert's 4th grade class looking at the solar eclipse. September 2017.

About Us

The Nuview Union School District presently operates two K-5 schools, one 6-8 middles school and one charter high school. Nuview District offers comprehensive Language Arts, History/Social Science, Manipulative Mathematics, Hands-On Science, Visual Arts and Music, and Physical Education programs. There are also innovative programs in the District, such as interactive weather observation program connected through the Internet with NASA. In Addition, the District has a strong multimedia technology program, a GATE program, Early Childhood Development Program, and an Adult Literacy Program. The District also offers programs in special education, bilingual education, technology, and federal and state categorical programs.
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Latest News

The First Day of School Has Changed!

In order to provide a quality Distance Learning instructional program for our students and families, we will be postponing our students’ start of the school year. Our Board of Education approved the changes to the school calendars during a special meeting this evening. This means that the first day for students enrolled in our TK-8 schools will be August 17, 2020. This also changes the last day of school for students in our TK-8 schools to June 4, 2021. More detailed information will be coming in the near future about what this learning at home model will look like. A copy of the revised school calendar has been attached to this message for your reference. Our school site offices are open for our families on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to assist families with enrollment and residency verification, and our staff is working hard to prepare for the distribution of supplies and distance learning equipment that is needed to launch our new school year.

2020-2021 New Student Enrollment is now Online!

If you would like to enroll a new student, enrollment is now available online. Please visit the Nuview Union School District website: nuviewusd.org If you have any questions, please call (951) 928-0066.

Nuview Has a YouTube Channel!!

Check out our new YouTube channel by clicking the title above. Our teachers have worked hard to upload fun and interesting videos for our students. We hope you enjoy them!

Parent Square

ParentSquare is a communication system that we use to notify parents via text or e-mail. If you are not receiving messages from the school via ParentSquare, please contact he school office at 951-928-0201 ParentSquare es un sistema de comunicación que utilizamos para notificar a los padres por texto o correo electrónico. Si no está recibiendo mensajes de la escuela por ParentSquare, comuniquese con la oficina de la escuela al 951-928-0201.

Drop Off/Pick-Up

Please remember not to park along or cross Lakeview Avenue to drop off or pick up your child, as this is extremely unsafe. Please use our parking lot or our drive through drop off and pick up zone. We appreciate your patience as we work together to keep our school safe.
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