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Your child's safety is our first priority.

  • Read the letter from Superintendent Sweeney.
  • For more information, visit our Student Safety webpage to find out more about mental health services, facilities safety, lockdown and other drills and more. 

Tuesday, February 27th is NOT a late start day. We will be on a regular bell schedule with first period starting at 8am. Early flight will begin at 6:59am, as usual. 


Seniors - If you want your senior quote in the yearbook, please fill out this form. You will need to be logged into your nvusd.org email address to complete the form. The deadline to submit your quote is Wednesday, February 28th


If your student is coming to Vintage High School as a 9th grader in the 2018-2019 school year and is NOT currently attending an NVUSD middle school, then he/she will need to schedule a special registration appointment. A counselor will meet with your student in a small group and walk them through the course selection and registration process. Please sign up here.  Please come to Vintage High School and check in at the counseling office on the date/time of your appointment. 


If your student is at a middle school in our district, counselors will register him/her directly at the middle school site. No appointment is necessary. 


If you will be a 10th or 11th grader next year and are interested in joining AVID (and are not currently an AVID student), you may apply to be part of the program by filling out this application

Applications are due by Friday, March 9th


Sunday, February 25th is our Via Heart Event. Young people ages 12 to 25 are invited to participate in our Heart Screening event. Click here for more information in English or here for Spanish. 

We also need parent volunteers to provide food/snacks for the event staff/volunteers. If you can help out, click here


Tickets are now on sale for Les Miserables, our musical. Click here for dates, times, and to purchase tickets. 

Link to Flyer


If you are in an AP class and are planning on taking an AP exam(s) in May, you may purchase your exams in the Activities office starting Tuesday, February 6th thru Monday, March 5th. The price is $100.00 per exam. If you have free or reduced lunch the price is $35.00 per exam and you must see Miss Loretta in the front office first to get a coupon. All payments will be made in the Activities office with cash or check only.

Click here for a list of exams and test dates. 


Worldwide, nationally and locally, humans are being challenged by forces of nature: fires, hurricanes, earthquakes and more. Close to home, we know the anxiety and uncertainty people feel when their world is changed overnight, such as the earthquake of Aug. 24, 2014. So our empathy for those in Texas, Florida, Mexico and other places is real and heartfelt.


Many in our community are uncertain and anxious due to the announced changes in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy.  


Our Board of Trustees, as well as the County Supervisors and municipal councils, resolved in April 2017: “We aspire to be a model for inclusion and equity for all populations, including immigrants, refugees, and other newcomers and are committed to supporting the ongoing inclusion and long-term economic and social integration of newcomers, and to demonstrate values of unity and acceptance.”


We will continue to follow the policies put in place nationally, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, until new policies or laws are enacted, and remain committed to our vision of preparing all of our community’s children for college and careers in the 21st century.


El NVUSD se compromete a servir a todos los estudiantes


A nivel mundial, nacional y local, los seres humanos están siendo desafiados por las fuerzas de la naturaleza: incendios, huracanes y otros elementos. Cerca de casa, somos conscientes de la ansiedad y la incertidumbre que la gente siente cuando su mundo cambia de la noche a la mañana, como pasó con el terremoto del 24 de agosto de 2014. Así que nuestra empatía por aquellas personas que viven en Texas, Florida, México y otros lugares es real y sentida.


Muchas personas de nuestra comunidad tienen incertidumbre y ansiedad debido a los cambios anunciados sobre la normativa Acción Diferida para Llegadas Infantiles (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés).  


Nuestra Mesa del Consejo Directivo, así como los Supervisores del Condado y consejos municipales, resolvieron en abril de 2017: “Aspiramos a ser un ejemplo de inclusión y equidad para todas las poblaciones, inclusive inmigrantes, personas refugiadas y otros recién llegados, y estamos comprometidos con el hecho de apoyar la inclusión económica y social continua y a largo plazo de los recién llegados, y con el hecho de demostrar los valores de la unidad y la aceptación.”


Continuaremos siguiendo las normativas que se implementen a nivel nacional, inclusive la Acción Diferida para Llegadas Infantiles, hasta que se promulguen nuevas normativas o leyes, y permanecemos comprometidos con nuestra visión de preparar a todos los niños y niñas de nuestra comunidad para la universidad y las profesiones del siglo 21.


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