Consent Decree High School

The Sacramento City Unified School District will conduct two community meetings to seek input on beginning the new high school (“consent decree” school) with 9th graders at Kit Carson Middle School for one year only, starting in September 2008. The 9th graders would be at Kit Carson while the former Marian Anderson Elementary School campus is renovated to accommodate a college preparatory high school program. The same information will be presented at both meetings. Please join us on:

Monday, April 14, 2008 6 p.m.
Kit Carson Middle School Multipurpose Room,
5301 “N” Street

or

 Wednesday, April 16,2008 6 p.m.
Kit Carson Middle School Multipurpose Room,
5301 “N” Street

For more information, contact Associate Superintendent Susan Miller at 916-643-9079.

Explore Sacramento’s Newest College Prep High School!

Opening September 2008
2850 49th Street

Opening with a maximum 150 freshmen students in the fall of 2008, the new “Consent Decree” High School will be open to all 9th grade students. It will offer a college preparatory curriculum in an extremely supportive environment that combines positive relationships with adults, a solid academic foundation, and community centered learning. Staff and administration will focus on creating a community of learners expecting and attaining excellence. To learn more, call 916-643-9079.

Community Meetings:

Wednesday, February 27, 2008
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Kit Carson Middle School
Multipurpose Room
5301 “N” Street


Tuesday, March 4, 2008
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Kit Carson Middle School
Multipurpose Room
5301 “N” Street

Wednesday, March 5, 2008
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Oak Park Community Center
3425 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard

Please Join Us

The Sacramento City Unified School District will conduct three community meetings to outline and discuss the plan for opening a new high school (“consent decree” school) at the former Marian Anderson Elementary School campus. The school will be a 9-12, college preparatory high school. It is scheduled to open in September 2008 with a 9th grade class. Additional grades will be added in subsequent years.

For more information, contact Associate Superintendent Susan Miller at 916-643-9079.

Board Action:

Marian Anderson Update (Friday, March 17, 2006)

At the March 16, 2006 Board of Education meeting, board members approved proceeding with conversion of Marian Anderson Elementary School to a special education center. The board also voted to retain the name “Marian Anderson” for the new center and directed staff to engage parents and community around the transition issues such as reassignment of the current students to different schools next fall, transportation needs, and timelines. A schedule of these future meetings has not yet been determined. Details may be found under Concept I, Scenario C of the Education Program Recommendations.

Concept II
Scenario A

Special Education Center to Marian Anderson Elementary School
Marian Anderson students to neighboring sites

Attached is the feedback from three community meetings:

March 7, 2006 – 33 parents/residents met at Marian Anderson to discuss Concept II

March 13, 2006 – 7 families met at Theodore Judah to discuss the Special Education Center locating at Marian Anderson

March 14, 2006 – 25 parents/residents met at Marian Anderson to discuss Concept II.  This was a follow-up meeting to March 7

Community meetings at Marian Anderson were advertised through multiple school notifications, special mailer to residents and through our Connect ED system. The special education parents were notified by school notifications and a follow-up personal phone call.