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Bargaining Update
District presents updated contract proposal to Sacramento City Teachers Association leaders

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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May I Have Your Autograph?

In conjunction with 916 Ink, a local youth writing project, Pacific Elementary students transformed their writing into a published book. Students celebrated recently with an official Book Release Party. The Pacific Youth Writers launched their published work and took pride in the hard work they put into their writing and the power of sharing their story and voice.

Pacific staff hopes to use the opportunity to foster an ongoing love of writing throughout their educational career.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: September 15 – October 15

The California Department of Education reports that of the more than 6.2 million students in California public schools, 53 percent are Latinos and 1.4 million are English Learners. In Sac City Unified, almost 40 percent of our students are Latino.

National Hispanic Heritage Week began in 1968 when President Lyndon B. Johnson created the celebration beginning September 15 to coincide with the independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The celebration then expanded.

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Central Kitchen Showcase Gets Five-Star Review

On Tuesday, September 12th, Nutrition staff planned menus, chopped, diced, marinated, roasted, and sautéed a beautiful showcase of meals they envision making for students when the district’s highly anticipated Central Kitchen project comes to fruition in 2021.

More than 100 guests attended the showcase which featured a 7-course display of fresh and locally produced menu options. The showcase also included displays of how the Central Kitchen will reduce costs and connect students to more locally grown food and produce.

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District Event

Parent Information Exchange (PIE) Meeting
Serna Center Community Rooms

The Parent Information Exchange (P.I.E) luncheon meetings offer a variety of presentational  sessions for SCUSD parents, staff and community partners.  The meetings are designed to  create ever-growing partnerships with resources that will support the educational, health and emotional development of our families and students. During the meeting, FREE lunch, child care (for children 2 years and older), and Spanish and Hmong translation* will be provided.

Board of Education Meeting

Board of Education Meeting
Serna Center Community Rooms

4:30 p.m. Closed Session
6:30 p.m. Open Session

Agenda

The meeting agenda will be posted the Friday prior to the Board Meeting.

Watch the Meeting

Cable Viewing

This meeting of the Sacramento City School Board is being videotaped in its entirety and will be cablecast without interruption on Metro Cable 14, the government affairs channel on the Comcast and SureWest Cable Systems.

Serna Center
Community Conference Rooms
5735 47th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95824
District Event

SCUSD Benefits Fair
Serna Center Community Rooms

For SCUSD Employees. Come and join the fun! 

Benefits Open Enrollment Period: September 25, 2017 – October 13, 2017 

Take advantage of : Medicare Workshops, Western Health Advantage/UC Davis Transition Station & more 

Health Carriers in attendance: 

Kaiser, Health Net, Sutter Health Plus, Western Health Advantage, Delta Dental, VSP and Premier Access Dental 

Have Questions? 

Email: Benefits@scusd.edu 

Telephone: (916) 643-9432 

District Event

Parent Information Exchange (PIE) Meeting
Serna Center Community Rooms

The Parent Information Exchange (P.I.E) luncheon meetings offer a variety of presentational  sessions for SCUSD parents, staff and community partners.  The meetings are designed to  create ever-growing partnerships with resources that will support the educational, health and emotional development of our families and students. During the meeting, FREE lunch, child care (for children 2 years and older), and Spanish and Hmong translation* will be provided.