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Wednesday, April 1st is a minimum day. Students will be released at 1:15- No foolin'

Wednesday is also our District Spring Concert at Golden Sierra at 6:30 p.m. 

Finally, Spring Break is upon us. It begins Friday, April 3rd  with a snow day and ends Sunday, April 12th with students returning to school on Monday. Please make sure to pick up all lost and forgotten clothing at school by Thursday. All remaining clothing will be donated to the local clothes closet the following week. 

Northside/District Calendar 2014-15


We are a California Distinguished School

Congratulations Northside School- 2013/14 Nominee

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

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CHP support Northside Dream Run

CHP support Northside Dream Run

Dream Run

Exciting news...The California HI-Way Patrol Mounted Police will be here to cheer us on for our April Dream Run!  Students are running for health and to raise funds the Northside Student Body. Cool Congress, our student run government meets twice a month at lunch and legislates funding for playground equipment, scholarships, music club, technology, field trips and more!This year the CHP Mounted Police will attend in person to cheer us through the run. You can donate to the students by clicking the Go Fund Me Link on our website and facebook page. Check us out!

Students will be running in April to earn your funds but you can donate now! 


Its for EZUP and Parent sign up

Sign up for Dream Run ( http://vols.pt/CSZcUd ) on @VolunteerSpot today!

IOU Lunch Policy

2014-15 IOU Policy

IOU charge limits:

  • Grades K-6 reduced priced meals $.30 Breakfast $.40 Lunch
  • Grades K-6  full priced meals $1.50  Breakfast  $ 2.75 Lunch

Dollar limit is equal to 3 IOU’s for breakfast and 3 IOU’s for lunch. When a student has reached the dollar limit allowed, the parent will be responsible for providing meals until the account is paid.

Students will not be sent to the office to call home. No child will go without eating. Cafeteria managers will provide an alternate meal to those students who have money owed for lunch  or who do not have a lunch with them without an IOU being issued.

Possible Alternate Meals
Breakfast: Dry Cereal & Milk
Lunch: Peanut Butter Sandwich & Milk

Why my student can't skip reading tonight?

Follow this link!

Yearbook Information

Yearbooks are coming!

Yearbooks are now on sale online with a low price of $15 for a soft cover book. They will only be at this price for a short time—through March 15.  Starting March 16 the price will go up, so don’t miss this opportunity to buy a yearbook for your child’s 2014-2015 school year at a reduced price!

On March 16th the price will go up and there will be a limited amount of books availableNow is your best chance to order a yearbook and have a special memory of your child’s school yearGo online to:


Remember, these books will be at this special discounted price for just a few short weeks!  After that prices go up and availability goes down!!!   Order today and be sure to have that yearbook ready for your child to enjoy now and when they are older!  ORDER TODAY!

LCAP Survey!

Welcome to the LCAP Parent, Staff, and Community Survey. The LCAP is the funding plan for our district schools. In other words it dictates how your tax dollars are spent based on your feedback. This survey is your opportunity to give the district feedback on funding choices and help the district plan for the 15/16 school year funding choices. Every dollar counts so your feedback is important and valued!

LCAP Survey Click Here

Smarter Balanced Test Link for Parents

Want to know more about the Smarter Balanced Test or SBAC? 

Click here: SBAC 

Today: 3/29/15

Non-Discrimination Policy


Non-Discrimination Policy

Black Oak Mine Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Director of Educational Services/ Title IX coordinator at the District Office at (530) 333-8300 x6 or rwilliams@bomusd.org A copy of Black Oak Mine's non-discrimination policy is available upon request.

Student Enrichment 2014-15

At Northside students have multiple choices to enrich their learning:

  • Differentiated curriculum in the classroom, focusing on rigor and relevance using Guided Language Aquisition
  • Northside Garden Food Corps
  • Family Math and Literacy Nights (PI Day, Dr. Seuss and Archimedes)
  • School Wide Harvest Meal
  • Dream Run
  • Open House Dinner Theater- Scholarship Fundraiser
  • Standards based science/social studies field trips up to three days in length.
  • Musical Instrument Introduction
  • G.A.T.E. - Visual and Performing Arts Performance- Project Lead the Way Robotics