Thank you for your continued perseverance and patience through
this heat wave that has arrived just as we returned to school
this year. As we wrote to you Friday,
schools will move all activities indoors between the hours of
noon-8pm, including Physical Education classes, athletic events
and practices, and expanded learning activities.
All families play a critical role in ensuring our Sac City
Unified schools are properly funded. You can do your part by
completing the required Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
application by October 31, 2022. It only takes a few minutes for
you to help us protect critical funding for our students!
We know that before and after school care is an essential need
for many working families, and we realize how frustrating it can
be to receive a wait-list notice so close to the start of the
school year. Our Expanded
Learning Providers have extended job offers to many
qualified individuals to meet the demand we are anticipating for
this school year, but unfortunately there has been a backlog of
background check clearances that still need to be received and
School starts one week from today! We’re so excited to see your
student on the first day of school: Thursday, September 1. Here
are some important updates, forms and resources to help get you
and your child ready.
We hope you had a great weekend! School starts next Thursday, so
throughout this week and next week, we’ll be sending you more
information, forms and updates to help you prepare for the first
day of school on Thursday, September 1.
It’s hard to believe there are less than two weeks until the new
school year begins. We can’t wait to welcome your students! The
first day of school for all SCUSD schools (except New Joseph
Bonnheim and New Technology High School which are already back in
session) will be Thursday, September 1, 2022. Now is the time to
help prepare your student for their back-to-school routine by
setting a consistent bedtime.
Beginning on August 17, all families with students who are
interested in attending Capital City Independent Study for
the 2022-2023 School Year need to go in-person to the Capital
City campus at 7222 24th Street to complete the enrollment
Even if the student attended Capital City last year and/or filled
out paperwork stating they planned to attend next fall, the
enrollment process must be completed in-person before they can
Last night, the SCUSD Board of Education received an
update on the district’s 2022-2023
budget. The final state budget, which was enacted at the end
of June, increases funding for public education statewide, and
will provide more resources to our district than what was
projected last June.
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 MPX 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