The Sacramento City Unified School District Health Services
Department offers free immunizations at our Enrollment Center for
students who meet eligibility criteria (see below).
Below is some important information regarding our Clinic:
Staying current with shots or immunizations is essential to your child’s good health and the health of their classmates. That is why you should familiarize yourself with the state’s new immunization requirements.
New Immunization Requirements
For students entering Early Kinder, Kindergarten or transferring to a Sac City Unified school for the 2019-2020 school year, school immunization requirements will now include:
Sacramento City Unified School District would like to thank
employees of the California Franchise Tax Board for choosing
our students to be the recipients of their 2019 Annual Back
to School Drive! The FTB’s school supply drive takes place
every year, with department employees coming together to
collect backpacks, pencils, markers, and other school
supplies for students. Last year, FTB employees donated over
2,000 back to school items at the 6,000 employee Rancho Cordova
The Sacramento City Council passed a resolution on June 4,
2019 that reduces the speed limit to 15 mph near 115 local
schools. Sacramento City Unified District is now working with the
City to raise awareness about the speed limit changes, which are
designed to improve traffic safety near our schools.
With two weeks to go until the first day of school, the district
is able to report that it has filled over 96 percent of its
classroom teaching positions and continues working to hire and
fill teaching and other positions daily.
This school year, we want to make it easier for parents and
guardians to access their student’s records, attendance, grades,
class assignments and other important information that is
critical to monitoring a student’s academic performance. That is
why we are encouraging all parents with smartphones or mobile
devices to download the Infinite Campus Parent Portal App where
all this information is now available at your fingertips.
The Sacramento City Unified School District is once
again proposing an earlier start date for the 2020-21 and
2021-22 school years. The proposed start dates for those years
is August 12, 2020 and August 11, 2021. The proposed end
dates for those years is May 28, 2021 and May 27, 2022.
The start date for the upcoming school year remains unchanged.
This school year will begin as planned on August 29, 2019.
Thank you to the fantastic SCUSD Nutrition Services staff for
participating and promoting our healthy meals at the California
From Executive Chef David Edgar doing a live demonstration on how
to make quick healthy kid-friendly summer snacks to judging
during the Junior Chef cooking competition to handing out food
samples and recipe cards to families. This has been an excellent
time for everyone!
The Sacramento City Unified School District Nutrition Services
will be extending their free federally funded lunch summer meals
program from July 29 through August 15. Lunch is
available at no cost to children 18 years or younger. Lunch will
be available Monday through Thursday from 11:30 to noon at
the following locations:
Sacramento City Unified School District
helps connect more of its students to the Cal Grant and
other forms of federal, state and campus-based financial
aid, according to data recently released by the California
Student Aid Commission (CSAC). The District credits its connect
rates to the creation of a new monitoring tool
and partnership formed with CSAC to keep track of District
students that may need additional support in completing the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and California Dream
Act Application (CADAA).
Please join us in congratulating and thanking our retiring
Principals–Stephanie Shaughnessy of John Morse Therapeutic
Center, Terry Smith of O.W. Erlewine Elementary and Susan Gibson
of Bowling Green McCoy Academy for Excellence. Each is a valuable
member of #TeamSCUSD and we are going to miss
them. We are grateful for their many years of service to our
students and families and are excited for them as they transition
to the next phase of their lives. Thank you Stephanie, Terry, and
Susan for your service!
Sacramento City Unified School District has completed the
construction of its new transportation yard. Buses and
drivers moved into the new yard last month. The previous
transportation facility was 76 years old and outdated.
Source Media Agency, made up of students from the Men’s and
Women’s Leadership Academy, is the official youth media agency
for Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD). They have
designed a documentary to showcase experienced-based education
which highlights the ideology that #LifeDataMatters.
Click here to watch the documentary.
This year Sacramento City Unified School District helped connect
22 graduates from four different high schools (Burbank,
Kennedy, McClatchy and Rosemont) to over $68,000 in scholarships
to support these students’ post secondary education!
Below is a list of our graduates that applied for and earned
scholarships that were promoted by the District this year:
Sacramento City Unified School District is now seeking applicants
to fill various bus driver, on-call bus driver and bus attendant
positions. Please download
this flyer for more information. To see all job openings in
the District, please visit www.edjoin.org.