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e-Connections Post Free Summer Meals 2018 Nutrition Services & Menus

Free Meals Will Be Served at 29 School Cafeterias This Summer

The Million Meals Summer Coalition is getting ready to launch its effort for the 2018 Summer Meal program with assistance from Sacramento City Unified School District schools and a group of elected officials, community and business leaders. The launch event will take place on May 22 at the State Capitol. Download flyer

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Summer Enrichment Classes Now Available for High School Students

High school students on track to meet A-G requirements who are interested in taking enrichment courses at their high school this summer are now able to apply for these courses! Applications are due May 31. Students will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask your counselor for more information.

Below is a description of the curriculum and which courses are slated to be offered at each one of our five comprehensive high schools:

e-Connections Post Summer Matters 2018

Applications for SCUSD’s SummerQuest Available Now

SummerQuest is a free 6-week summer learning program for incoming 1st – 6th graders. The program gives students the opportunity to participate in meaningful and engaging summer learning experiences that will equip them with the skills to transition and succeed in the 2018-2019 school year.

SummerQuest will provide a theme based learning program to strengthen students’ literacy, math, social science, healthy eating, physical activity and artistic skills.

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Answers to Your Questions About Expanded Learning Summer Program

With the first day of class for the Expanded Learning Summer Program (ELSP) a little over a month away, we want to make sure parents and community members continue to receive answers to their questions about the program. If you still have questions, please take a moment to visit the district’s ELSP Frequently Asked Questions page. This page is being updated regularly with new Q&A’s being added every week. 

e-Connections Post John F. Kennedy

Kennedy Math, Engineering, and Science Students Win Awards

John F. Kennedy Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) students earned top honors at last week’s awards banquet held at the University of California, Davis.

Senior Angie Goh was recognized as an outstanding senior, and sophomore Mugita Kurosaki was honored for his work on the Egg Xpress Physics Competition. Junior Charles Thorpe-Barbier was recognized for his work in aerodynamics past and present MESA competitions.