The programs and forms listed below are optional for your student(s).
Optional Parent Signatures
These forms are optional and must be returned to the Principal's office before your elections can be recorded.
The first form covers directories, health education and pesticide information. The second form covers Military release information.
National School Lunch and Breakfast Program
The Nevada Joint Union High School District takes part in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. If you now receive Food Stamps, CalWORKS, Kin-GAP or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservation benefits, or if your income meets the eligibility guidelines, your child may receive meals free. You may submit your application online. Once the page has loaded select the NEXT button to continue. Printable applications are available for download below. Please return the completed forms to Nevada Union High School Principal's office or the Nevada Joint Union High School District Office.
Each year the District conducts a survey to identify American Indian students attending our public county schools. This survey determines the amount of federal funding our Indian Education program will receive. If your student is of American Indian descent, please take a few moments to complete the form. Your child is automatically enrolled in the program when you complete and return this form to your school. The program is coordinated by the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office at 530-478-6400.
Qualifying families of Native American descent who complete the Department of Education Form 506 may be eligible for services from the Nevada County Indian Education program. Identified Native students are not required to participate in program activities and services, but are eligible.
LEA Medi-Cal Billing Option
The District, in cooperation with the California Department of Health Services, participates in the Medi-Cal Billing Option Program which provides our school district with additional federal Medicaid funds for selected student health services. Parental consent must be obtained before the District can submit Medi-Cal claims. This is a one-time consent that can be revoked by the parent at any time. This is often obtained as part of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process or you may complete the form. The parent will never pay a fee for health services nor will school health services currently provided to all students be changed by your response or lack of response.
Medications Required During School Hours
If your student requires medications during the school day, you must complete this form, including a physician's signature and return it to the school nurse.
Restroom Complaint Form
This form may be used for complaints regarding inadequate conditions in public school restroom facilities (maintenance, cleaning, availability, etc). More information.