Sacramento Regional Stay-at-Home Order

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Today the Sacramento Region’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity dropped below 15 percent. Under Governor Newsom’s current health order, this means that our region will fall under a stay-at-home order by Thursday at 11:59 PM.

As communicated last week, this means our students will remain in distance learning. As permitted by the order, our district will continue to provide essential services, including serving students in small cohorts, school meal services, and related services and support.

We know this health crisis has been hard – for our students, our families, and our staff – and we want you to know that we will get through this, together. We urge our community to adhere to all health orders, and to continue to practice all health and safety requirements indicated by state and local officials, and SCUSD’s Return to Health plan.

Take care of your physical and mental health. We are here for you if you need help.

Below you will find the Connect Center’s and Student Support Center’s contact information.

Contact information for the Connect Center can be found on the Connect Center page here and below.

Contact Center Coordinator

Daniel Cisneros, MS, NCC, PPSC
(916) 826-4174 – Cell
(916) 643-2354 – Phone
(916) 433-5372 – Fax

School-based Student Support Centers 

Abraham Lincoln

Julie Kauffman, MSW:

(916) 826-3857

Heather Isakson, MSW, PPSC: (916) 826-3816

Albert Einstein

Adriana Rodriguez, LMFT:

(916) 826-2822


Fayanne ​Kirkpatrick:

(916) 826-2715

American Legion

Michael White, LCSW:

(916) 826-2541


Bowling Green Chacón

Prescilla Medrano, MSW, PPSC: (916) 826-3521

Bowling Green McCoy

Prescilla Medrano, MSW, PPSC: (916) 826-3521

Click here to see the full list of Support Center contacts. 

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, reach out for support by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. Students can call SCUSD’s warmline number at (916) 643-2333 or visit the district’s Suicide Prevention Page to find more resources. If you are in immediate distress, please call 911. 

Additional Resources

Take care of yourself and reach out for help should you need it. Be well!