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Assignment Sheet

Anatomy of an Assignment Sheet

Learn everything you need to know about the NPA assignment sheet by watching this 3 minute tutorial.  Click HERE.

Chromebooks

CHROMEBOOKS:  CHROMEBOOK

North Point Academy has a limited number of chromebooks.  If you need a chromebook, please contact Kelly Holland at 530-277-1225. ext/ 2308 to make arrangements. 
 

CHROMEBOOK TROUBLE?  TRY THIS:

 
Clear History
  • Login to your Chromebook
  • Open Chrome window
  • Click on 3 dots in the upper right corner of the window
  • Click on “More Tools”
  • Click on “Clear browsing data” on the left-hand side of that box
  • Make sure the Time Range is “All time”
  • Click the items you wish to clear, usually “Cookies and other site data” & “Cached images and files”
  • Click “Clear data” button
Reset Wifi
  • Login to your Chromebook
  • Click on the wifi icon in the menu on the bottom right of your screen
  • Close all open windows
  • Log off
  • Turn off
  • Let sit for 10-20 seconds
  • Turn on
  • Click on the wifi icon to turn wifi back on
  • Log in
  • Try to open windows that were previously blocked

If you are still having trouble, please contact the Help Desk at

530-272-9998. 

Computer Lab

COMPUTER LAB

COMPUTER LAB: Come on campus to take your tests or quietly study.

Students are welcome to work in our computer lab for school work any day of the week. The Computer Lab is open Monday-Friday, 7:15am-3:45pm, closed for lunch from 12-1pm.  You can make an appointment to reserve a seat or YOU CAN DROP-IN. 

Call Kelly Holland at 530-477-1225 ext. 2308 to reserve a spot. 

Due to Covid-19, hours and availablity may change. Students will be required to follow all district site protocols (screening, masks, physical distancing, etc.) and stations will be sanitized as each student leaves. Students who drop-in may be asked to leave if a student who as made an appointment arrives.  Students who reserve a seat but don't show, may be limited to drop-in only.

District Schools Links

Enrollment Survey

ENROLLMENT SURVEY

Essay Contests

Exit Survey

EXIT SURVEY

Graduation Information

North Point Academy offers a beautiful graduation ceremony for all students who have completed the graduation requirements.  The program is personal and celebrates each student's accomplishments. Caps and gowns are provided for students to borrow at no expense. Details and information will be shared with our graduates and their families as the school year progresses. 

Hoopla/Ebooks

Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service offered by your local public library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. We have hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily. Hoopla is like having your public library at your fingertips. Anytime. Anywhere.
Hoopla Ebook resource:  https://www.hoopladigital.com/
 

How do I...?

Library Resources

How to check out an EBOOK from Nevada County Library:
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS: 
1. Google the phrase "Nevada County Library Online Resources"
2. Click on 1st link
3. Scroll down and click on "All Resources"
4. Scroll down and click on "Library to Go" 
5. Browse books and enter your Student Success Card to check out or put a hold on a book (username = npa+studentID)
6. Check out directly to your chromebook OR download Libby App for your phone or tablet
 
 
How to check out a PHYSICAL library book from the Nevada County Library:
 
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS:
Curbside & Front Door Pick-up
  • Curbside is available at Madelyn Helling Library Monday-Friday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. 
  • Front door pick-up is available at Grass Valley Library Monday-Friday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  •  Front door pick-up is available at Penn Valley Library Monday-Friday Noon to 3:00 PM.
  •  Pick-ups should be scheduled 24 hours in advance.
  •  Call your branch location to schedule pickup and handle inquiries.
 
How to access over 60,00 of free, legal books from Project Gutenberg:
 
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Google "Project Gutenberg" or click on this direct link: http:www.projectgutenberg.org
2. Click on "search/browse"
3. Click on "Popular"
4. Click on the book you want and download in whichever way is best for you
 
 
 

Math Exam

Code of the day:  VCPUQ

Mental Health & Wellness

 
Green ribbon with the words Mental Health Awareness on it. Your mental health and wellness are important to us. We offer many ways to support you.
 
IMPORTANT NUMBERS:
24-hour Crisis Line for Nevada County: 530-265-5811
Nevada County Children's Behavioral Health: 530-470-2736
Sierra Family Medical Clinic (North San Juan): 530-292-3478
Chapa De Indian Health Clinic (Grass Valley): 530-477-8545
Western Sierra Medical Clinic (Grass Valley): 530-274-9762

More hotlines and mental health apps can be found within the NJUHSD Wellness Guide. Click below.

APPS & HOTLINES
wellness guide button
In support of students' emotional health as well as academic success, North Point Academy offers parents the opportunity to have their teens participate in a free emotional health checkup by What's Up Wellness Checkups.  The checkups are offered district-wide by the NJUHSD STARS program.  More detailed information about the program can be found at www.whatsupwellness.com
 
The screening process helps students identify coping skills, support systems, and both in-school and community resources.  The screenings also identify risk factors associated with depression, anxiety, and alcohol/substance abuse.  The program is FREE, completely voluntary, and confidential. 
 
Parent consent is required and can be found HERE.  It is a one-time screening.  Parents are only notified if further support is recommended or requested by their students. 
 

Nettique

PE Log

Schoology

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR SCHOOLOGY FAMILY ACCESS ACCOUNT, PLEASE CONTACT THE NJUHSD TECHNOLOGY HELPDESK AT 530-272-9998 OR EMAIL AT HELPDESK.NJUHSD.COM
 
 
 
 
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Selective Service Registration

Selective Service registration is required by law as the first part of a fair and equitable system that, if authorized by the President and Congress, would rapidly provide personnel to the Department of Defense while at the same time providing for an Alternative Service Program for conscientious objectors. By registering, a young man remains eligible for jobs, Federal student aid, State-based student aid in 31 states, Federally-funded job training, and U.S. citizenship for immigrant men.
 
Selective Service Registration >18:  sss.gov

Student Center

STUDENT CENTERSTUDENT CENTER: Meet with a teacher to get help with your homework!

Our Student Center is open 5 days a week for additional academic support. Due to Covid-19, hours and availabitly may be limited and strict physical distancing guidelines will be in place.  In addition, students may "Google In" through our Virtual Student Center.  
 

StudentVue

WiFi Locations

WiFi locations

Work Permits

Minor students employed in the state of California must have a Permit to Employ and Work (commonly known as a "work permit"). Work permits are typically issued by the school where the student is enrolled. To obtain a work permit, THIS FORMsigned by the employer, student, and student's guardian must be completed and returned to the school.  After review, the school issues the work permit.