You can now call 988 as a shortcut to access the National Suicide
Prevention Lifeline if you or someone you know is at risk for
suicide. Spread the word, dialing 9-8-8 saves lives!
Connect to a Provider
We’re proud to offer Care Solace as a complimentary and
confidential resource to our staff, students and household
members to connect to needed care without all the guesswork and
searching. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can
support you in any language.
You may have heard about Monkeypox infections occurring
throughout the nation on the news. SCUSD is providing the
following information to you from the California Department of
Public Health that may help answer some of your questions:
It’s almost time to go back to school, and Expanded Learning is a
great option for working families who need additional care or
study time for their young scholar before and/or after school.
All of our before and after school programs are grant-funded and
families do not need to pay for these programs.
Free Expanded Learning programs are available for all Sac City
Unified students entering Transitional Kindergarten through
Join us on Wednesday, July 20th from 9-11:30am for a hiring fair
focused on special education vacancies. We have teaching, service
provider, and classified positions serving students in all grade
levels (Preschool-12th grade) and with mild/moderate and
Sacramento County is still at the
CDC’s High Covid Community Level as our numbers only
decreased a small amount compared to last week. The case rate is
at 283.75, and hospitalizations are at 15.4 per
The CDC’s Covid Community Level for Sacramento County remains at
the High Level as numbers fluctuated upward compared to last
week. The case rate is at 294.96, and hospitalizations are at
17.1 per 100,000. As a reminder, the High Community Level
for Covid means the District’s indoor masking requirement remains
in place for both school and work occurring this summer. We will
continue to update you on these numbers, and we thank you for
your continued adherence to these safety measures.
Please note that you must re-consent your student for Covid-19
testing using Primary Health
this summer for the 2022-2023 school year. Consent is required
annually. If your student is currently consented, you should
receive a weekly message via email or text from Primary Health
prompting you to re-consent. These messages will stop once the
new consent is submitted. The process is very simple and just
takes a few clicks.
This summer, beginning today, our Nutrition Services department
will be offering free food boxes and fresh produce to community
members at five different locations each weekday between Monday,
June 27 and Friday, August 12. Grab-and-go curbside distribution
is available 8:00am – 9:30am on the assigned days.
The Mobile Food Pantry is available to all community members –
no enrollment in SCUSD is necessary. Grocery boxes and produce
will be available to all community members on a first-come,
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is an optional program that gives
children an additional year of preparation, so they enter
kindergarten with stronger academic, social, and emotional skills
needed for future success in school.
Assembly Bill 130, signed by Governor Newsom last July,
expands TK programs to make it available to all 4-year-olds by
Sacramento County remains at the CDC’s High Community Level, but
there are signs the data is trending downward. We want to
emphasize that the case rate (279.76) and hospitalizations (14.2)
are both at high levels, but both metrics are lower than in
previous weeks. Based on this data, the District’s indoor
masking requirement remains in place as we start our summer
programming. We will continue to update you on these numbers
throughout the summer.
At last night’s Board of Education meeting, Board members
unanimously approved a proposed $690 million budget for the
2022-2023 school year. This budget allows Sac City Unified
to address important student needs with the use of one-time
funding while keeping the District on its path toward long-term
solvency. The District budget is still subject to revision
for a 45-day window after the State gives final approval to its