Summer Break begins Monday: Help prevent crime on campuses
Sacramento City Unified School District is asking the community to help keep its 76 schools safe and secure over Summer Break, which begins Monday, June 20. School resumes on Thursday, September 1.
Most campuses will be busy this summer with programs ranging from enrichment (SummerQuest and Summer of Service) to academic classes to credit recovery. All campuses will be locked and alarmed in off hours and security cameras will be monitored.
Nutrition Services will be providing free breakfast and lunch at 32 sites. For a list of locations, click here.
To help reduce the high costs of vandalism, theft and arson, neighbors are asked to be on the lookout for suspicious activity and to report it. “The schools belong to the community,” said SCUSD Safe Schools Office Manager Nina Delgadillo, “and we need the entire community to help us guard them.”
For schools within Sacramento city limits call 264-5471. Residents outside city boundaries should call the county Sheriff’s Department at 874-5115. School security can also be called 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 643-7444.