Maze Days (Orientation)

Maze Days

  • Aug 8th Seniors (9 am – 11 am), Juniors (1 pm – 3 pm)
  • Aug 9th Sophomores (9 am – 11 am), Freshman (12:30 pm – 3:30 pm)
    • Freshman Orientation (8 am – 12 pm) in the old gym, Freshman BBQ (12:00 pm – 12:30 pm)

During Maze Days you will be taking your school picture/ID Card (9th – 11th grade only), purchasing any items you will need (PE Clothes, ASB Seal, Yearbook, Parking Permit) getting your schedule and picking out your locker.

** Make sure before coming to Maze days you are registered online. If you are not registered you will not participate in any of the items above.

 

Ohlone for Kids & Teens Summer 2019 Programs

Ohlone for Kids and Teens offers academic and special interest enrichment classes for students in grades 3-11. Students can engage in hands-on learning activities including Arts/Performing Arts, Language Arts, English, Math, Reading, LEGO Robotics, Electronics, Science, Social Studies, and SAT/College Preparation.

Visit https://www.ohlone.edu/ohloneforkids for more information and to register.

There are also scholarship opportunities available for Newark families.  More information about that is available here.

Ohlone for Kids Summer 2019

Ohlone For Kids and Teens Summer Enrichment Program

Ohlone For Kids offers a unique blend of academic and special interest classes to students entering grades 4-11. Students gain new skills, develop confidence, and engage in hands-on learning activities, stimulating their interests and growth. All courses are conducted in an interactive, facilitated workshop format in a safe and supportive environment.

Summer 2019 Session Dates2019 OFK Summer Program Catalog

  • Session 1: June 24-28, July 1-3
  • Session 2: July 8-11, July 15-18
  • Session 3: July 22-25, July 29- August 1

The catalog for Summer 2019, which includes all the classes we offer, is now available. To view catalog, please click on catalog image (right).

Registration will begin on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 9:00 am.

Go to our registration website for more up-to-date details.

League of Volunteers: FREE Summer Programs

League of Volunteers is offering FREE summer recreation for Newark residents ages 5-12.

The program runs June 17-27 and July 8 – August 1, 2019 (closed the week of the July 4), on Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Registration is available at www.lov.org starting May 1, 2019 on a first come, first served basis. Processing fees are $10/child.

Visit www.lov.org or call 510-793 -5683 for more information.

Cell Phone and Electronic Devices NUSD policy

Cell Phone and Electronic Devices

Per our principal, Dr. Bernard, via P.26 of the 2018-19 Student and Parent/Guardian Handbook…

Cell Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices
Use of a cellular/digital telephone, pager or other mobile communications device during instructional time is prohibited. Such devices shall be turned off in class, except when being used for a valid instructional or other school-related purpose as determined by the teacher or other district employee, and at any other time as directed by district employee. Any device with camera, video, or voice recording function shall not be used in any manner which infringes on the privacy rights of a person. (NUSD BP 5131 Conduct)

When a student uses any prohibited device, or uses a permitted device in any unethical or illegal activity, a district employee may confiscate the device. The employee shall store the item in a secure manner until an appropriate time . Students who violate district or school rules and regulations may be subject to discipline or loss of privileges in accordance with Board policy and administrative regulation, with notification to local law enforcement as appropriate . (NUSD BP 5131 Conduct)

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2019 California Healthy Kids Survey is open!

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Newark Unified is participating in the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) this school year.

CHKS is an anonymous, confidential survey of school climate and safety, student wellness, and youth resiliency. It is administered to students at grades five, seven, nine, and eleven. It enables schools and communities to collect and analyze data regarding local youth health risks and behaviors, school connectedness, school climate, protective factors, and school violence.

Please contact your student’s school office directly to obtain access to the parent/guardian survey; follow this link to learn more about CHKS: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/at/chks.asp.