Welcome and thank you for visiting the department where the goal is to meet or exceed your expectations. The Matriculation & Orientation Center is the district’s centralized registration office for in-take of new language minority students to Sacramento City Unified School District.
The MOC provides Assessor-Translators who perform numerous language-related services linking parents to district programs. Languages are available in Spanish, Hmong, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese and Mien. For more information to your questions, please contact Ms. Luda Hedger.
MOC will be offering a Bilingual Interpreter Network Training Workshop designed to help you improve your skills as an interpreter in the Sacramento City Unified School District. This training is intended for SCUSD employees only.
If your child will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2015, you are eligible to enroll for the 2015-2016 school year. Kindergarten registration begins on January 20, 2015 and will continue throughout the year at 5601 47th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95824
In an effort to provide better service for your interpretation needs, the Matriculation and Orientation Center has put together a list of possible interpreters who may be able to assist your school or department after their regular work hours. It is the responsibility of the requesting site or department to contact these interpreters and pay for their services (minimum 2 hour charge per assignment).
Please contact Luda Hedger at (916) 643-2374 if you have any questions.
The Matriculation and Orientation Center provides Translators/Assessors who perform numerous language-related services linking parents to district programs. Languages are available in Spanish, Hmong, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese and Mien. For more information to your questions, please contact Ms. Luda Hedger.
Sacramento City Unified School District Language Immersion and Bilingual Programs.
Welcome to SCUSD’s Language Immersion Home Page. Our district is working diligently to provide opportunities for our students to expand their linguistic repertoire to meet the ever-changing needs of the global economy. As a result, language immersion programs have become a pathway for our students to become literate in both English and their home language.