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Nueva Receives California Green Ribbon Award on Earth Day
Rachel Freeman

We are honored to announce that on Earth Day, April 22, Nueva was named a recipient of the 2020 California Green Ribbon Schools Gold award. This recognition is awarded to schools and districts that demonstrate excellence in resource efficiency, health and wellness, and environmental and sustainability education.

"The Green Ribbon School Gold award is as much a reflection of Nueva's strong tradition in environmental education and stewardship as it is a reminder of the obligation we have to prepare our students to become well-rounded and active environmental citizens," said Director of Environmental Citizenship Tanja Srebotnjak. "I'm so happy to share this award with our entire community and especially our curious, passionate, creative students, some of whom, I'm sure, will lead the way and solve some of the vexing environmental challenges we face."



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#NuevaTogether: Nueva Steps Up to Support One Another and Greater Community

Ask a student, teacher, or parent what makes Nueva so special and, more often than not, the answer you will hear is “The community.” This community has demonstrated in ways great and small what it means to come together during a time of great need to support one another, as well as the greater community around us.

Alegria Barclay

Coming together as a community is critical in combating any kind of discrimination, particularly when it arises from fear and ignorance. As Asian American activist groups began to respond to this current manifestation of racism, I focused on new ways I could stand up for my community, against ignorant or hateful acts targeting Asian Americans.

Remote Learning Roundtable: The World Post Covid-19

In honor of Earth Day 2020, Alegria Barclay, Aron Walker, Patrick Berger, and Tanja Srebotnjak organized a roundtable: “The World Post Covid-19: Opportunities for Social Justice and Environmental Resilience.”

Nueva’s Spring Break Classes Beat Boredom

This year’s spring break presented unusual challenges for families across the nation and around the world, as parents simultaneously juggled working from home and homeschooling their children. The Nueva community hit the reset button as well, and quickly put a plan in place to offer a first-ever spring break program.

Teaching Art During Remote Learning

Art is one of the disciplines that most heavily relies on materials. Nueva art teachers, faced with this challenge, have created engaging art projects for our students to work on in this new learning environment.