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Post Cathy Morrison

2019 School Climate Survey for Families
We want to hear from you!

Please take the SCUSD School Climate survey to inform how our district and our schools are meeting the needs of our families and students. The deadline to complete this school climate survey is February 21, 2019.

The district surveys families every year for their opinion on issues such as safety and feelings of connectedness to school. We hope you will share your opinion every year, and complete one survey for every school that your students attend. 

Latest News

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Now Accepting Nominations for Teacher of the Year

The 2018-2019 California Teacher of the Year Program is now open and seeks nomination of pre-kindergarten through grade 12 teachers, including adult education teachers if they are providing in-struction in the same curriculum as those who teach in elementary or secondary grades. Teachers who have some administrative responsibilities are also eligible; however, teaching must be their primary responsibility. All teachers who qualify must have at least seven years of teaching experience.

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Facts About “State Takeover” Of Our Schools

As has been widely reported, Sacramento City Unified Schools are projected to run out of cash in November. Unless significant spending cuts are made by June to balance the budget and meet state required reserve levels, the district will be taken over. This situation has understandably prompted many questions about what a takeover* would mean. The facts below explain what insolvency and takeover would mean for our schools.

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Sac City Unified’s Bond Rating Has Been Downgraded

The Sacramento City Unified School District’s general obligation bonds have been downgraded by the Standard and Poor’s rating agency. The new rating (BBB) represents the lowest investment grade bond rating indicating more risk than higher rated bonds. 

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Interested in a Fellowship? Buck Fellow Program Could be the One for You!

If you have high academic aptitude, strong character and a commitment to improving your community, but lack the resources then becoming a buck fellow could be the answer to help you reach your potential. 

This fellowship will give you one-on-one mentorship, funding for enrichment opportunities, and academic and career guidance. 

The program is designed to help you define, shape and realize your personal, professional or academic goals.

You must:


Board of Education Meeting

Board of Education Meeting
Serna Center Community Rooms

4:30 p.m. Closed Session
6:00 p.m. Open Session


The meeting agenda will be posted the Friday prior to the Board Meeting.

Watch the Meeting

Cable Viewing

This meeting of the Sacramento City School Board is being videotaped in its entirety and will be cablecast without interruption on Metro Cable 14, the government affairs channel on the Comcast and SureWest Cable Systems.

Live Streaming

Serna Center
Community Conference Rooms
5735 47th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95824
School Event George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science

George Washington Carver Visit Day
George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science

Parents and Prospective Students: Please come and see Carver in action!

  • Meet the principal and learn about enrolling at Carver. 
  • Tour our school. Meet teachers, parents, and students. 
  • Visit classrooms and see teaching and learning in action. 
  • Learn about our unique curriculum, college courses, and how to enroll.


Please call our office at 916-395-5266 to reserver your space. Ask for Mrs. Agnos.