Access to Meals for Children 2021-22 School Year

Effective September 1, 2020 The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved a nationwide waiver to support access to meals for children while minimizing potential exposure to COVID-19.

The  Nevada Joint Union High School District (NJUHSD) Food & Nutrition  Services  (FNS)  program will provide  an  opportunity  for  families  to  drive  through  and  pick  up  meals  for  the  children  18 and under
in  their family.

Please  stay  in  your  car  and  meals  will be passed to you.

This  program  will  be  solely  for  the  pick  up  of  meals  and  meals  will  not  be  consumed  on site. We encourage  families  to  continue  to  be  proactive  in  reducing  the  risk  of  COVID-19  by not congregating  at  the  school  site  once  meals  have  been  distributed,  continue  to  wash  your hands often,  continue to exercise social distancing,  and  stay  home  if  you  are  sick.

Opiate Overdose Alert from the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

Recently the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports of opiate overdoses. So far this year 20 of these reports have resulted in death. By comparison 6 deaths occurred by opiate overdose in all of 2019. After numerous thorough coroners’ investigations and reviewing toxicology reports, we have learned that several of these overdose deaths have been directly linked to fentanyl.  

Fore more information please visit our School Safety Webpage.