Please find some helpful resources below to find out about filing for unemployment insurance.
Information about the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act)
Bridgepoint and Crossroads Families: We will have a minimum day on Monday, March 16th. Dismissal will be at 1:27 p.m.
School will be closed from Tuesday, March 17th – Friday, March 27th.
Spring Break has been moved to March 30th – April 3rd.
Classes will resume on Monday, April 6th.
Monday, April 13th, will remain a district holiday so there will be no school.
Please have your child attend on Monday so they can get materials needed for the closure. Teachers will be making contact throughout the closure.
Beginning March 17th, NUSD will provide to-go meals from 11am – 12pm for NUSD students. Meals will be provided at 2 locations – NJHS 6201 Lafayette Ave. & at Central Kitchen 37370 Birch St. Each site will be walk up or drive thru open to all students. More info to come on Monday.
Atención familias de Bridgepoint y Crossroads: Tendremos un día mínimo el Lunes, 16 de Marzo. La salida sera a la 1:27pm
La escuela estará cerrada del Martes, 17 de Marzo – Viernes, 27 de Marzo.
El Descanso de Primavera se cambió del 30 de Marzo – 3 de Abril.
Las clases reiniciaran el Lunes, 6 de Abril.
El Lunes, 13 de Abril, seguirá siendo un día feriado del distrito por lo cual no habrá clases.
Por favor que su niño/a asistan a la escuela el Lunes para que reciban los materiales necesarios para el cierre. Los maestros se pondrán en contacto durante la clausura.
Comenzando el 17 de Marzo, NUSD proveerá comidas para llevar de las 11am a las 12 pm para los estudiantes de NUSD. Las comidas se daran en 2 lugares – NJHS 6201 Lafayette Ave. y en Central Kitchen 37370 Birch St. Cada lugar será de acercarse caminando o de pasar manejando y estará abierto para todos los estudiantes. Se dará más información el Lunes.
What is Noncredit?
Ohlone College now offers noncredit classes and certificate programs in a variety of disciplines. You’ll find noncredit courses in the following departments:
- Business Administration (BA)
- Business Supervision / Management (BSM)
- Computer Applications and Occupational Technology (CAOT)
- Computers, Networks, and Emerging Technology (CNET)
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- are tuition FREE
- are repeatable
- will not eat up your Financial Aid
- do not require proof of residency
- will prepare you to achieve academic, career, and/or lifelong learning goals
- will help prepare you for success in college level work
Who should take noncredit classes?
Noncredit courses are ZERO UNIT courses offered to students who are:
- 18 years of age or older
- Minors who may benefit from instruction and have permission from both the local high school district and a parent or guardian
NOTE: Students who hold F1 visas will need to connect with the Ohlone College International Program to learn the process and eligibility for enrolling into a noncredit course or program. Please contact: https://www.ohlone.edu/international/contact
Noncredit classes have been designed to give students the chance to learn skill sets if they are:
- Reentering the workforce
- Lifelong learners
- Seeking continuing education for job advancement
- Looking to improve skills before attempting a college course for credit
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