District Initiatives & Projects
Every 10 years, people across the country and in California fill out the Census in order to have an accurate count of all people in the United States. The Census determines California’s federal funding for important community services that help support our families and fair share of representation in California and Washington D.C.
There is urgent work necessary to support our African American students in reaching their full potential. As educators and leaders in our community, we are obligated to change outcomes for African American students on a variety of key district student outcome indicators, including grade level readiness, graduation, A-G completion, and college and career readiness measurements.
The Graduation Task Force was created on August 31, 2017 by Superintendent Jorge Aguilar to study the impacts of low graduation rates on the Sacramento Community and develop recommendations for improvement. Twenty community members have served on the Task Force and collaborated with the Superintendent. The preliminary recommendations were presented to the Board of Education on December 7, 2017.
The theme of the recommendations include:
On November 1, 2017 Superintendent Jorge A. Aguilar introduced his “Invest In Kids” plan, a $4.6 million budget proposal that would invest one-time funds to expand arts, sports, summer, health and social emotional learning support programs for students. The proposal would invest in the following:
The Sacramento City Unified School District would like to take this opportunity to remind our families of Sacramento’s local protocol in the event there is mass enforcement in our area:
There’s a 24/7 hotline run by Sacramento ACT that should be utilized in two types of situations (1) Individuals that are witnessing active ICE enforcement and (2) Individuals that were apprehended by ICE within the last 12 hours. The hotline number is (916) 245-6773. Please store that number in your phone.