We are devastated by the tragedy that occurred this week at Saugus High School. This tragedy presents another difficult moment for all of us in the education community as we grieve for the victims and their families and cope with strong emotions on our campuses.
Students at Einstein Middle School are learning critical tech skills thanks to an innovative partnership that the school has established with tech giant Intel. The “Maker Pal’s” program inspires students to dream big and work collaboratively in an ever-growing technological world. Skills like collaboration, problem-solving and project management are essential to help students learn these skills at a young age.
Employee spotlight: Mexican Consulate awards scholarship to Sac City Unified Family Partnership Facilitator
Congratulations to Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) Family Partnership Facilitator, Prisila Isais, for receiving a scholarship from the Mexican Consulate to attend the Educación Migrante México-Estados Unidos conference in Mexico City the week of October 28, 2019.
Sac City Unified teams up to open new futsal courts in South Sacramento
Bank of America, City of Sacramento, La Familia Counseling Center, SCUSD and Republic FC partner to revitalize unused tennis courts, creating safe place for play
On Thursday, November 7, Sacramento Republic FC, dedicated its first community futsal court project in the greater Sacramento region, constructed to inspire the next generation to focus on health through sports, create connected communities through teamwork, and provide safe, fun spaces to gather.
Congratulations to Joanna Ramirez, a 5th grader at New Joseph Bonnheim School for being recognized as a stellar student! Joanna was recognized by the board of education on November 7th for her active participation in 4-H and Nature Bowl, as well as her passion and accomplishments in agriculture, science, reading, and learning with Reading Partners.
The Parent Information Exchange (P.I.E.) luncheon meetings offer a variety of presentational sessions for SCUSD parents, staff and community partners. The meetings are designed to create ever-growing partnerships with resources that will support the educational, health and emotional development of our families and students.
We are limited to 70 guests, please call to reserve your space at Serna Parent Resource Center (916) 643-7924
- 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 reserve your space.
SES has school walking tours for families and students on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 am. There is no need to book ahead, just come to the front office. We encourage families to visit our school website for more information. If families require assistance, please contact the school’s main office at (916) 395-5040 or contact Principal Vanessa Buitrago at email@example.com.
The tour will show you our core academic classes, our Learning Resource Center and library, as well as the new construction. As always, you can take a peek at our Physical Education Gymnasium which boasts the original hardwood flooring for the Sacramento Kings. In addition, you will learn about our IB Programme and the exciting path that our school has traveled over the last several years.
Please contact the school at (916) 277-6750 to RSVP.