Natomas Charter School is pleased to announce posting of Requests for Proposals for YR 2015 (YR18) E-Rate Eligible Projects: Internet Service and Network Equipment. The bids are due before 2:00 p.m. on January 30, 2015 at the Natomas Charter School Office. Interested vendors are referred to the Natomas Charter School website for details, instructions, bid forms and submittal due dates. The district website may be accessed at http://www.natomascharter.org/erate
Natomas Charter School Seeks Project Management Services and Architectural
Services for Facilities Projects
Natomas Charter School Board of Directors (NCS) is seeking Statements of Qualifications from interested firms or parties to provide full Architectural Services and full Project Managment Services for two Charter Schools Facilities Program projects and other anticipated future NCS facility needs.
Submissions are due by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, January 21, 2015.
RFQ for Architectural Services (see attached)
RFQ for Project Management Services (see attached)
Applications have been posted for the 2015-2016 school year. Please use the links below to navigate to each academy's application page. Applications for Star, Leading Edge, and PFAA are due February 27, 2015.
Star Academy (TK-5)
Leading Edge (6-8)
Performing & Fine Arts Academy (6-12) PFAA
PACT and VLA accept applications throughout the school year.
Natomas Charter School (NCS) was approved by the Natomas Unified School District Board of Trustees in the spring of 1993 and began operations in the fall of 1993. From the beginning, Natomas Charter School has sought to provide students and parents with expanded choices in the types of educational opportunities that are available within the public school system. The overall goal of the school's charter is to establish a variety of innovative educational programs that will accommodate its diverse student population. Natomas Charter School provides K-12 students the opportunity to develop unique interests, uncover hidden talents, experience satisfaction in accomplishments, gain a sense of responsibility, and pursue education as a way of life through educational programs tailored to their own specific needs.
NCS Educational Programs have the following elements as established in the charter:
- High Academic Expectations
- Active "Real-Life" Learning
- Differential Academic Plans