Our classrooms provide a safe setting for students. In many instances our classrooms provide safer air ventilation and filtration systems than residential homes. If the air quality sustains a Hazardous Level (301+) for a prolonged period of time, Nevada County schools will seek counsel from the Nevada County Department of Public Health as to whether or not schools should consider closing. The decision will be made by district staff and every effort would be made to close prior to the star of the school day. The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority.
Click HERE to link to our Air Quality Index sensor page for information in real-time.