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Summer School update


May 26, 2020




Students, Parents & Guardians:


The 2019-20 school year has presented many challenges for our students, staff and our parents. Now that it is winding down it is time to prepare for the summer school session. Noli will be offering summer school using the distance learning tools we implemented for the last quarter of the year. The session will start on June 8th and will end on July 3rd. The students will have several courses this year that they can take advantage of for credit recovery. Since the classes will be online, this will allow the student to take up to 3 courses. Below is the list of courses that will be offered:


English: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B


Math: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B


Biology: 1A, 1B


History: US history 1A & 1B, World History 1A & 1B


1 course is equal to one semester for example: If your student needs credit recovery for a full year of Freshman English, English 1A & 1B is considered 2 courses. If your student needs credit recovery for a full year of Freshman English and Freshman Math, they could take English 1A & 1B and Math 1A. This would allow them to recover credit for their full year of English and one semester of Math. They will be able to make up the second semester of Math during the Fall or Spring semesters of the 2020-21 school year.


Counselors will be in touch with all students in need of credit recovery over the next few weeks to determine which classes they should take. As it was during the school year it will be the student’s responsibility to check in with their teachers daily and to complete their assignments and have them turned in before the end of the summer session. If you know your High School student failed a core class (Math, English, Science, History) please reach out to the school. You do not need to wait to be contacted.


Summer school is only offered to those High School Students in need of Credit Recovery.


Noli will be offering Middle School Enrichment during the summer session. This will be open to all Middle School students, including incoming 6th graders. It will be through distance learning online and details will be provided as they become available.


Questions and concerns regarding the summer session should be directed to











Dear Students and Families,


Due to the current shelter-in-place guidelines, Noli Indian School will be adjusting the 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony for the 2019-2020 school year. The faculty and staff of Noli are invested in celebrating the milestone each 8th grade Student has achieved. As a proper and fitting send off to high school, we invite you to join us in this modified yet momentous occasion.

We invite you onJune 2, 2020 from 10:00 am - 11:30 am to log onto YouTube. A link will be shared with 8th grade families and students in the coming weeks. Students will be watching a pre-recorded video presentation with their classmates and teachers from home. Students should be looking for emails in the coming weeks from an Noli staff member asking for your participation in the presentation.

On June 2, 2020 during the hours of 2 pm to 5 pm, Noli Middle School Teachers and Administrations will travel to each individual 8th Grade student’s home and place a yard sign, deliver a memorabilia package and a promotion certificate to each promoting student. A memorabilia package will include gifts from Noli Teachers, Noli Administration and Noli School Board. This mobile pomp and circumstance unit will observe all social distancing protocols as provided by the CDC and the State of California.

Look for updates via emails and on the Noli Indian School Website in the coming weeks. We look forward to celebrating with you and your family. While this celebration will mark the end of your middle school chapter, it is the beginning of your high school journey, and the continuation of your life long learning endeavor. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.


Mr. Moreno

Middle School Teacher

Noli Indian School



P.O. Box 700 • San Jacinto, CA 92581-0700 (951) 654-5596 • Fax (951) 654-7198


April 20, 2020


Dear Parents/ Guardians;



I am writing this in hopes that it will clarify any misinformation that you may have in regards to your students grade and credit. Our distance learning is for credit, and the work that your student turns in will count towards their grade for the 4th quarter. This means that any student who is not on-line and working will not receive high school credit, and middle school students will be behind and will be enrolled in remedial classes at the start of the next school year.


Attendance is being taken weekly by each teacher and your student needs to check-in and tum in work to be counted present in the class. Once your student has reached 20 missed days, they will be dropped from Noli Indian School.


Our staff is at your service and teachers can be reached on-line, by email, and by phone at any time. If you need the office staff for any reason please call the school at 951-654-5596 and we will be there to assist you.


If your student is receiving packet work, do not worry, the teachers will adjust attendance and input grades once the school re-opens and we can receive the work back.






Thank you,



Donovan Post, Principal




March 26, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I understand that this time of distance learning can be confusing at times. Under these new circumstances I am asking you to make sure that your child attends our on-line courses and completes all the assigned work. It is important that our students keep a normal schedule and understand that they will have to be on-line during certain hours to receive credit for their classes. Noli staff must have on-line video meetings with the teachers weekly. This is one of the requirements for students to receive credit for their classes.

I am also asking you to double check and make sure your student is doing the assigned work. Work is due by weeks end. All teachers can be reached by email and on-line video chat sessions. The teachers are using the *67 function so if you received a call that is “blocked” it is most likely from the teacher trying to make contact.

The Noli office can be reached during this time of closure at any time during normal business hours, and we will do everything we can to assist you.

Thank you,

Principal Post








March 25,  2020

Hello all our Noli Family,

 As we start week 2 of distance learning, I wanted to give everyone a quick update.

We need all students to log in and get to work. We are getting many students on line but this is a reminder to all parents that they need to check in daily and make sure they get their assignments done by the weeks end or when posted by their teacher. If you are having trouble uploading assignments, please email your teacher and you can also join all the video hangs outs that we are required to have. This allows us to see all of you, and makes it a bit easier to introduce new terms and ideas and gives you a chance to talk to all staff members. I have popped in on a few of these and it was nice to see our students again.

If you are receiving packet work please just keep it until school opens up again. This is a safety measure that is being handed down from the BIE. We will come up with a way to check for progress and let you know.

There is no word yet on senior activates like graduation. As we get more information we will be placing it on the website to keep you all informed. I know there is a lot of information being put out by the press, but once we know exactly what the BIE and the Tribe wish to do we will let you know. In the meantime, all of us in the office are working and even if the school is closed you can still call the number and the office will respond.

If you wish have your student placed on the lunch list call Raeann at the office and she will add them.

That’s all for now, I will be posting as I get more information, so keep looking and stay healthy and active and get online and get some work done


Mr. Post




March 18, 2020

  Dear Noli Parent/Guardians


As part of our continued efforts to keep our students and staff safe during the COVID-19 process, Noli Indian School will follow the guidelines set out by Riverside County Health and will be shut down to students until April 30, 2020.

 During this time we will continue practicing Distance Learning. All teachers will be available to students via Google Classroom during the hours of 8am-3pm Mon-Fri. Ed Techs will be available through Google Classroom for tutoring 2pm-4pm Mon-Thu. The counseling staff will also be on line and available to help any student. All updates regarding the closure will be on the Noli school web-site.

 We will keep you updated with the latest information as we get it.

 Please know that the safety and wellbeing of our students is always our top priority.

 Thank you

 Donovan Post




Noli Indian School Principal



Good Afternoon All:


Noli is committed to our students continued learning during the shutdown with the use of Google Classroom. We will be utilizing Distance learning during this time. With the utilization of Distance learning additional time may not be needed at the end of the year. To ensure that your student receives credit during this time please make sure they do the following:


Each student is required to check in with each teacher Daily:

·        Sign in to google classroom using your Gmail account

·        Go to each teacher individually

·        Follow the teachers instruction for daily check in requirements

·        If you do not see a teacher listed:

o   Check your Gmail account you may not have confirmed your classroom access. There will be a link from your teacher to accept access.


Thank you for your assistance and cooperation during this difficult time. If you have any question please call our front office.


Noli Staff


March 17, 2020

 Re: Library Books

Good Afternoon Parents and Guardians:

 Noli understands that during the shutdown, our student may find it difficult to keep busy. We would like to offer our school library up for anyone who would like to check out a book to read. Please contact our front office for a list or we can pick one out for them based on their reading levels. Those who do not reside on the reservation we will gladly mail the book out and it can be returned when school resumes. Our students who live on the reservation are welcome to call for a list and we can have the book ready for pick up. Mr. Post will also extend his movie offer for the books read and papers written. (within reason)

Keep checking, your emails, and our website for updated information on the shut down.


Noli Staff



School Closures for Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Precautions


After long and careful deliberations, Noli Indian School, has made the decision to close to students Monday, March 16, 2020, through Friday March 20th, 2020. Please note that Noli will re-evaluate on weekly basis and will inform parents if we will be extending the closure. Spring Break will be stay as scheduled at this time and will be from April13th-April 17th.


This closure is for precautionary measures, and currently there are no known cases of novel coronavirus in our district. These measures are to help slow the progression of the virus and protect our students, staff, and community. 


This closure includes all extra-curricular activities, and after school programs. This closure may result in adding instructional days to the end of the school year if required by the California Department of Education.


Noli understands that a school closure affects all families and is committed to addressing the needs of all our students.



Noli is set to continue with online instruction with the use of Google Classroom during the shutdown and teachers will continue with daily lesson plans that the students will be required to finish daily.


 General Family Information

As mentioned above, Noli understands the closure of our schools may cause implications with family’s work, please use the link below to access California Labor and Workforce information. 



For other general questions, please visit: 

During this closure, all sites will be cleaned and disinfected as a precautionary measure. 

Noli appreciates your patience and understanding during this difficult time.  Students should stay home and minimize social contact as much as possible to keep our community healthy. In particular, Noli asks parents and students to be mindful of the guidance to avoid activities involving large gatherings.  


Thank you for your understanding and collaboration as decisions for the health and safety of our community are being made. Noli realizes this is a time of uneasiness for many students and families, and Noli will be in touch with additional updates via email, text message, phone and the Noli website. Noli continues to keep safety as our number one priority and remain committed to the well-being of our students and staff. 

We will work on providing regular communications as new decisions are made. We hope you can support us as we work to minimize the spread of the virus to our students, staff, and communities. Thank you for your time. 

Thank you for your partnership in helping to ensure that our students remain healthy and continue to learn in a safe and welcoming environment.

For more information, visit the Riverside County University Health System- Public Health’s Coronavirus webpage.

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus Guidance for schools and school districts can be found at the California Department of Public Health webpage.


The following links provide updated information regarding the Novel Coronavirus.


Riverside County Public Health System 


CA Department of Public Health 


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 




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Here at Noli Indian School we believe a strong and equitable educational system is central to our success not only in a global economy but also in our native communities. We believe the skilled performance of employees and their passion for what they do in the classroom everyday at all levels in the school system drives the achievement of high academic standards and determines organizational success. We believe that we must have a high performing school system that encourages student participation in collaborative, problem-solving activities.  Based on these core beliefs, we are committed to:

• Providing an ethical school system that requires fair treatment, honesty, openness,integrity and respect for all students 

• Providing all students with the opportunity to perform to their fullest potential and ensuring that there is no discernable difference between the achievement levels of students by any religious affiliation, gender or economic level

• Placing a principal and vice principal with strong instructional leadership and management skills as the key leaders at Noli Indian School

• Building and promoting an organizational climate where all teachers take responsibility for the academic achievement of their students

• Enhancing our personnel through meaningful professional staff development (Every Wednesday morning)

• Operating effectively and efficiently with the B.I.E. accountability

• Educating all students in safe and orderly environments conducive to learning

• Providing all students access to a well-rounded, rigorous curriculum

• Partnering with all stakeholders to maximize student learning

• Embracing our community's diversity and using it to enhance the educational environment

• Providing multiple pathways to graduation which prepare students to make informed career choices

• Preparing all students to be successful in institutions of higher learning or the workforce without a need for remediation

• Using internal and external community feedback to continually improve the services we offer

• Developing professional learning communities where shared decision making is expected through SIT meetings every Monday after school (1430 Pacific Time)

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Noli Indian School would like to let our parents and community know that we strive to follow the highest degree of excellence in providing your sons and daughters a wonderful education. To that end, we would like to announce that our staff is highly qualified according to state and federal standards.Mr. Moreno has completed his teaching credential classes and will be finishing by next year. Ms. Alvarez has completed her teaching credential and is waiting on the state to post her credential. Ms. Lowe has a credential in multiple subjects and has accomplished the first of two math tests for high school math. To observe any teacher’s credentials you can visit the California Teaching Credential Webpage.


Noli Indian School has successfully met its AYP for the year 2017-2018 based on the graduation rate and test scores requirements established by the B.I.E.


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Title IX Per SB 1375

Nondiscrimination Policy: Noli Indian School prohibits unlawful discrimination against any protected group as identified under Education Code 200 and 220 and Government Code 11135, and Title IX, including actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental or physical disability, age, or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics in any District program or activity that received or benefits from state financial assistance, including athletic programs. Complaint information is available at Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 487, San Jacinto, CA 92581. For further information, call 951-654-5544 ext. 4160


The name and contact information of the Title IX coordinator:  

George Barchie, Student Coordinator ; 951-654-5596


Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Parents or eligible students have the right to inspect and review the student's education records maintained by the school. Parents or eligible students have the right to request that a school correct records which they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. Schools may disclose, without consent, "directory" information such as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them.



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