NVIB Bell Schedule 2020-2021


Students enter the building beginning at 8am.

Students reporting to Lv 1 and Puentes, Sarrafi, Hall, and Lowe arrive in the bus lobby (lv1) entrance. The rest of Lv 2 and all of lv 3 arrive at the main entrance. Lv 3 then reports to the mega by walking through the cafeteria. 

After students get their temperature checked, they report directly to1st block.

If students would like to get breakfast from the cafeteria, they may do so by reporting to the cafeteria and sitting on the stage side in assigned seats, then reporting to 1st block.

Each class is 68 minutes in length. 1st block has extra time for attendance and homeroom purposes. Lunch is 21 minutes. 

Every student has reading and math each day, while the other 6 classes (Design, Science, Individuals and Societies, Fine Arts, Physical Education, and Language Acquisition) are A/B day. 

During Plan B, students with last names A-K report on Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday is a remote learning day for all students, and students with last names L-Z report on Thursday and Friday. Monday and Thursday are “A” days, while Tuesday and Friday are “B” days. 

Dismissal is at 3:00pm for bus riders with students using the Lv 1 and main doors. Car riders are dismissed at 3:05pm using the same 2 doors. 


Bell Schedule

8:00-8:32 am Arrival and report to 1st Block

8:35 - 9:53 (68 +10)

Plan C kids login at 8:35

1st Block

9:56 - 11:04(68)

Plan C kids login at 10:00

2nd Block

11:07 - 12:38 (68 + Lunch)

Plan C kids login at 11:10, unless teacher communicates otherwise due to lunch

3rd Block and Lunch

12:41 - 1:49 (68)

Plan C kids login at 12:45

4th Block

1:52 - 3:00 (68)

Plan C kids login at 1:55

5th Block


Please note that during Plan B, our students and staff will operate on a learning cycle that goes from Wednesday to Wednesday. Each Wednesday during remote learning, all students are expected to asynchronously login to Canvas and “visit” each of their 8 classes digitally. This is all recorded in Canvas. Then students will have 1-2 days of synchronous “facetime” with their assigned teachers, and students will have 2 days of independent practice and work that is asynchronous.