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Dear Sac City Unified Families,

It’s almost Spring Break! There will be no school from Monday, April 3 through Friday, April 7. We hope our students and school staff enjoy a restful week off. Check your student’s backpack for another round of at-home COVID test kits which are being distributed in advance of Spring Break, and test your student over break if they become sick or were exposed to COVID.

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Beyond FAFSA/CADAA: Scholarship Displacement and Veterans Benefits

Families of middle and high school students:

Are you interested in learning about how Veterans Benefits can be used for your or your student’s college education? Is your student applying for scholarships and you would like to know about a law that protects their scholarship funds?  As a section of SCUSD’S BEYOND FAFSA/CADAA Series, Financial Experts will share with our community about Veterans Benefits and AB288, Scholarship Displacement Legislation.

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Enroll in 2023-2024 Parent Participation Preschool Program

Your participation in preschool is a wonderful way to begin what will be many years of involvement in your child’s education. 

About the Program

Parents work in the classroom at least one day a week in collaboration and guidance of the preschool teacher to help children develop a variety of skills including social and emotional development, collaborative play, and self-directed learning.

Parents also attend separate parent education classes (usually held in the evening) to learn parenting techniques to use in the classroom and at home. 

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Food Support For Families Webinar

On Tuesday, March 14, join us for a FREE webinar from 6-7pm aimed at addressing food insecurity in our community. 

We’ve partnered with River City Food Bank to inform our community about upcoming benefits changes, locations to access programs and services, and other ways of getting access to food and resources. Hear from our Student Support and Health Services team about upcoming programs that will be launching in partnership with SCUSD, No Kid Hungry and The Alchemist.

Translations will be provided in the following languages: 


District Event

LCAP PAC Workshop
Washington Room, Serna Center

The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is a key group in SCUSD’s stakeholder engagement process. The input provided by the LCAP PAC informs the development of the LCAP, which in turn influences the district’s strategic actions and services to improve outcomes for students. The LCAP PAC meets monthly to engage in discussion, review data, and plan outreach to other stakeholders – all to support the formation of informed input/recommendations to the Superintendent and Board of Education.