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.
Parents may register students for kindergarten at their neighborhood school January 16, 2018 – January 30, 2018. After January 30, kindergarten registration will be ongoing at the SCUSD Enrollment Center.
Children must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2018 to register for fall kindergarten.
This week, the Sacramento Regional Transit Board of Directors unanimously voted to roll back SacRT’s student monthly pass from $55 to just $20. The fare reduction is being proposed as a six month pilot.
A big thank you to Seattle Seahawk Linebacker Eric Pinkins who visited Nicholas Elementary last week to speak to students. He talked about getting a good education, pushing yourself to succeed, never giving up and having respect for yourself and others. Students had time for a Q&A after the presentation and asked great questions.
Sacramento City Unified School District signed a historic agreement with U.C. Davis, Sacramento State, U.C. Merced and the Los Rios Community College District to lead California in the gathering and use of data that will enable the district to identify the challenges that prevent students from obtaining a high school diploma and transition successfully to a college or university.
Watch our highlight video to learn more about this important partnership.
Do you know a student with a disability who is a junior or senior in high school between the ages of 16-18 years old? Does that student show leadership in her/his community? If so, have them apply to the 2018 Youth Leadership Forum (YLF). The Deadline to apply is December 31.
It is important to your student’s learning to have them in class every day of the school year even during this holiday season. A few missed days here and there, even if they’re excused absences, can add up to too much lost learning time and put your child behind in school. This is as true in kindergarten as it is in high school.Simply put, too many absences at any age can affect a student’s chances for academic success and eventually for graduation.
To schedule a visit please call Ms. Carolina at 395-5360 x407002.
We invite all 6th grade students and their parents to come explore the Sam Brannan campus, visit classrooms and meet our outstanding teachers and students. Plan to experience a day in the life of a Sam Brannan Middle School student!
Come and see why Sam Brannan should be your choice for Middle School!
Sam Brannan Middle School
5301 Elmer Way Sacramento CA 95822
No RSVP is necessary. Visitors enter campus through the main entrance on McKinley and report to the library to sign in.
Required for lottery applications for the School Year 2018-2019 to be considered for acceptance.
eK-6th grade visitations begin at 9:15 am in the LdV Library. No children please. No reservation is required. Please call (916) 395-4635 to confirm your visit.
California Middle School welcomes any students interested in enrolling for to come on a school tour. Tours begin at 9:00 am. No appointments are necessary.
Visitation presentations begin at 9:00 in the Library.
Parking will be available through the gates on J Street. There will be a presentation in the library located on the 2nd floor, followed by a self-guided tour. The presentation will take approximately 45 minutes.
Sign up for a Visitation by going to our school website at sutter.scusd.edu.
If you have any questions, call our Office Manager Braunwyn Juhlin at 395-5370 extension 408001.