Students across Sacramento City Unified School District can now start their day with a free, nutritious breakfast thanks to the district’s expanded participation in the federal school meal program.
With “universal breakfast,” students at all SCUSD elementary, K-8, middle and high schools are being offered free breakfast regardless of family income status. SCUSD is reimbursed for the cost of the meals by the federal government.
A group of parents who live in the Land Park neighborhood have formed a new nonprofit foundation to raise funds for schools.
The Land Park Schools Foundation (LPSF) has been busy hosting fun events to benefit Crocker-Riverside Elementary School, Leataata Floyd Elementary School, California Middle School, C.K. McClatchy High School and Tiny Tots Preschool.
“We’re trying to make sure all those schools have the resources they need,” says LPSF President Konrad Vonschoech. “If we all get a little bit involved, we’ll all have success.”
October 27, 2014 - 8:00am - October 31, 2014 - 5:00pm
Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug prevention program in the nation. Recognizing Red Ribbon Week is an ideal way for parents and educators to unite and take a visible stand against drugs and substance abuse.
This year’s theme is “Love Yourself. Be Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Free”. SCUSD is encouraging all schools to celebrate each day with a theme and have announcements with Drug Free messages!