We are planning virtual graduation ceremonies to honor our graduating class of 2020. While we wish we could celebrate in person together, a virtual graduation ceremony is a safe way for us to celebrate and congratulate our seniors for achieving this significant milestone.
Our SCUSD Student Support and Health Services team put together a Virtual Calming Room webpage for students, staff, and families to find tools and strategies for managing emotions.
“This health crisis has created many feelings of uncertainty and created difficult challenges for our students and families,” said Sac City Unified Superintendent Jorge Aguilar. “We are pleased to present this virtual calming room, along with the many supports that our district offers, to help support our students’ emotional wellbeing.”
Attention Sac City Unified seniors and families! There are many community and district scholarships available to you. Don’t miss this opportunity, as you could receive a scholarship of up to $20,000. There are many other options.
We have extended our application deadline to May 22. To learn more about scholarships and information about eligibility visit www.scusd.edu/scholarships.
This pandemic has been stressful, for parents, teachers, students – for all of us. Our schools are now a service more than a place, and our families are engaging in distance learning, a whole new way of learning. We recognize that many of the challenges that our families must overcome will be magnified during this health crisis.
We want to encourage continuity of learning and your child’s success – despite the challenging circumstances we share now.
Since the start of our school closures on March 13, our team has been working tirelessly to close the digital divide – including providing our students with computers and looking for new and innovative ways to connect our students to the internet.
Today, we’re announcing Sac City Kids Connect, a new program to provide eligible Sac City Unified families with free internet at home for six months.
1.0 OPEN SESSION / CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL
2.0 ANNOUNCEMENT AND PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED SESSION
Notice to the Public: Any members of the public who wish to comment may do so by calling (605) 313-5689, Access Code 208324# before the Board convenes into closed session. Per the Governor’s COVID-19 Executive Orders, there will be no physical location for the public to observe the open session of the meeting and offer public comment.
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