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Segura leads slate of new officers in Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep student government elections

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory May 19, 2022

On April 29 after around a week-and-a-half of campaigning, the election for 2022-23 Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep student government officers concluded when students went to vote for the candidates they...

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Kit Carson International Academy celebrates 52nd annual Earth Day

Mirella Bennett, Kit Carson International Academy May 19, 2022

The United States celebrated its 52nd annual Earth Day on April 22. In order to get students interested and learning about helping the planet, school garden coordinator Lora Jones (along with several other...

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Natomas Unified approves funding for new science curriculum

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory May 14, 2022

The Natomas Unified School District voted 5-0 on April 6 in favor of adopting a new science curriculum for grades K-12 which will be used for the next eight years. The whole process of choosing a new...

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Funding key motivation in resumption of full-time in-person instruction after over a year

Akshaj Mehta, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory May 4, 2022

Natomas Unified School District is resuming full-time in-person instruction after more than a year of online learning. A key motivation for the change: Funding. One big reason for the change: Funding. ...

C.K. McClatchy High teachers gather at the Serna Center to urge the district to settle the strike.

SCUSD teacher strike ends after students lose eight days of instruction

Dinara Brown, McClatchy High School April 20, 2022

Along with the other members of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, the staff and teachers of C.K. McClatchy High School was on strike 12 school days (March 23 - April 4). Students missed a total...

NP# Mock Trial Team (left to right) Students Angel Pineda, Attorney/coach, Alina Susu, Morsal Abdall, Stefany Munoz, Fernando Serratos at the Federal Courthouse awaiting their mock trial contest to begin.

Natomas Pacific earns third place in Sacramento county-wide Mock Trial competition

Akshaj Mehta, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory April 6, 2022

Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory' s Mock Trial team placed third in Sacramento County competition on March 7, the highest in Np3 history Elk Grove placed first, and Country Day second. They competed...

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Schools adapt to state-wide relaxation of masking rules

Kayli Huang, Mira Loma High School April 6, 2022

Some teachers at Mira Loma High School say San Juan Unified School District dropped its mask mandate too soon. The school stopped requiring students and staff to wear masks at school on March 14, days...

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Natomas school board moves forward on school network upgrades

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory April 6, 2022

At the March 9 meeting of the Natomas Unified School District, the district voted to proceed with internet upgrade projects at two different school sites, plus purchases of new network hardware and software.  In...

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Are schools, students ready for dances this spring?

Dinara Brown, McClatchy High School March 29, 2022

Three dances will be hosted by C.K. McClatchy High School (CKM) this spring. According to a post by McClatchy’s Instagram, students can plan for a spring dance (April 8), junior prom (April 23) and senior...

Lifting of mask mandate emphasizes arguments over masks in schools

Lifting of mask mandate emphasizes arguments over masks in schools

GraceAnn Lesser, Rio Americano High School March 17, 2022

California lifted its mask mandate on vaccinated people on Feb. 16 and gave school districts the power to end them in mid-March, representing a step toward normalcy after nearly two years of required mask...

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Natomas adopts new core values to guide district going forward

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory March 4, 2022

The Natomas Unified School District voted 5-0 in favor of approving a new set of core values on Feb. 9 as the district moves away from using core beliefs. The core values that were adopted are: “We...

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Massive spike in Natomas student absences late January,early February

Akshaj Mehta, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory March 2, 2022

Student absences reached an all-time high in January and February, as new COVID variants spread rapidly through school districts across the United States. In Sacramento, Natomas Unified School District...

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