Bargaining Update
District Approves Tentative Agreement With Teachers' Union

In our effort to make investments to provide students with an equal opportunity to graduate with the greatest number of postsecondary choices from the widest array of options, we are pleased to share that at the September 7th Board of Education meeting, the Board voted unanimously in support of ratifying a three-year agreement with United Professional Educators—a critical labor partner in helping us work toward our goals for improving student achievement.

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Share Your Input By Taking Our Student Wellness Policy Survey

Sac City recently revised it’s wellness policy to continue improving students’ health and wellness. These updates will ensure the district’s nutrition policies are in line with state and federal requirements. School districts across the country are making these changes to help students reduce hyperactivity and an inability to focus on their studies due to high sugar consumption.

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Sac City Unified Students and Team Members Honor MLK

On Monday, January 15, students and Sacramento City Unified team members representing many schools and programs in the district honored the legacy of civil rights leader and icon, Martin Luther King Jr., by participating in the annual Sacramento MLK march, and joining community volunteers in service projects across the city. 

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Don’t Miss Out: Scholarship Deadlines Approaching

The Sac City Scholarships webpage is up and running with scholarships for this year’s graduation seniors. Additional scholarship information will be posted as it becomes available so please check regularly for new items, especially as scholarship deadlines are frequently in February and March. Also, do check the websites of colleges or universities of interest for information about scholarships, grants and other financial help.

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Important Updates In Response To Rumors About Immigration Raids

DACA Participants Can Again Apply for Renewal

There have been a number of recent new developments on immigration law that students, staff and parents should be aware of. On January 9, 2018 a federal court order mandated U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to resume accepting requests to renew a grant of deferred action under DACA.

Click here to learn more about the new federal guidelines for DACA.