Community & Support

Community and Support


SCUSD has myriad opportunities for families and community members to participate in the education of students.

Our goal is to empower and engage parents and community partners so that all students are supported in their learning.

Constituent Services Office


The Sacramento Unified School District established a Constituent Services Office (CSO) to respond to the needs of parents and community members.

The CSO’s mission is to help Sac City parents and community members receive their requested information and guide them on the most effective route to address or resolve concerns.

Racial and Social Justice Supports for our SCUSD Community


Why We Need to Have This Conversation Now

In an effort to achieve our Equity & Access Guiding Principle, (all students are given an equal opportunity to graduate with the greatest number of postsecondary choices from the widest array of options), it is imperative that we acknowledge and understand the racism that exists in our system.  We can only advance so far with our Equity and Access Guiding Principle if we don’t support individual knowledge/understanding of:

Community Facility Use Permits


The District Facilities Permit Office issues civic permits for the use of our facilities, including auditoriums, multi-purpose rooms, playing fields, and other locations. Civic Permit requests must be completed online at least 15 working days prior to the requested date.

Developer and School Impact Fees are also collected by the District Facilities Permit Office.  

School Committees


Each school committee has a focus and goals.  There are various committees at each school site and parents are highly encouraged to participate.  Not all school sites have all committees listed below however parents should inquire at their school site.

To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.


The SCUSD Volunteer Program believes that parents, grandparents, neighbors and community partners have a wealth of ideas and talents to share with our students and our schools. Volunteers help foster stronger school/community relationships by creating a common ownership in the success of our schools, as well as, demonstrating the importance of community service to our students. All SCUSD Volunteer Program requirements are designed with student and adult safety in mind.