Sac City Unified works closely with Sacramento County Public
Health and the Sacramento County Office of Education to develop
and plan for a safe reopening of schools. The health and safety
of our students and staff are our highest priority.
Please read this important message about the announcement
yesterday by the state to reclassify Sacramento County’s COVID-19
risk status and what that means for Sac City Unified.
As part of Suicide
Prevention Awareness Month, Sacramento City Unified School
District urges parents and students to seek mental health support
during COVID-19 health pandemic. The district encourages students
and parents to learn about signs of distress, and how to ask for
help. This includes educating families on the intersection of
suicide, mental health, and substance and alcohol abuse.
We are partnering with Sacramento State University to help our
students with their college application. Presentations will begin
Wednesday, September 23 from 3 p.m. to 4
p.m. Application workshops
start October 7 from 3 to 4:30
Every year, the Sacramento City Unified School District
recognizes September as Attendance Awareness Month. Good
attendance and engagement is even more essential to student
achievement and graduation because of the lost opportunities to
learning that have occurred as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since March, our Nutrition Services Department has served nearly
3.2 million meals. It’s our staff and community partners
that make this important work possible. The district continues to
serve meals at 44 sites Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
As we end our first week of distance learning, we want to say
thank you to our teachers, principals, staff members, parents,
and students. Together, with some bumps along the way, we have
shifted an entire school district online.
Thank you for your patience as we worked to develop our distance
We are very excited to see our students again when
distance learning begins on September 3. Our
students should look forward to a high quality distance learning
experience to meet their academic, social, and emotional needs.
Thursday is our first day of school and we will start with an alternate schedule for Thursday, September 3 and Friday, September 4.
Some of the most important foundations for a successful school year begins with establishing a positive learning community and setting the routines and procedures for successful learning. This is even more important as we return together in our virtual classrooms!
The campaign was sponsored by the California Student Aid
Commission, which aims to increase the number of high school
seniors who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application (CADAA).
SCUSD is seeking input from students, staff, families, and community members on the district’s initial draft of the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan. The purpose of this plan is to describe how the district will address the impacts of COVID-19 and maintain continuity of student learning in the coming year. The final document will include the district’s plans for: