Sacramento City Unified School District and Board President Chinua Rhodes (Trustee Area 5) are pleased to welcome you to a community swim at the newly opened Luther Burbank swimming pool on Saturday, August 19!
Pre-registration is required.
This new pool at Luther Burbank was made possible thanks to the voter approved Measure Q and will welcome physical education classes and student-athlete competition starting this Fall.
Sign-up in advance for one swim session on August 19, swimming space is limited:
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Save a Life
Is a student sick or has lost consciousness? Get help immediately from school staff. Rescue efforts are available throughout the school including Narcan, which can reverse the effects of a drug overdose.
Join us Saturday, July 29 from 10am-1pm for a free event at Serna Center where you can meet Sac City Unified staff and community partners!
We’ll have free meals and new/used youth clothing to give away while supplies last. You can also get your bike repaired for free by Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates, get free COVID vaccines, enjoy live music, and enter to win our raffle for a chance to win a brand-new bike or tablet!
This summer, The Central Kitchen is distributing grocery boxes through our Mobile Food Pantry on a first come, first served basis to any Sacramento community member, every Monday through Friday, from July 5 through August 18 between 8 am and 9:30 am.
Special thanks to Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and No Kid Hungry for partnering with us by providing food and funding.
The Sacramento City Unified School Board today announced that Superintendent Jorge A. Aguilar will step down at the end of this month. The search for a new superintendent to lead the District will begin immediately.
Superintendent Aguilar’s last day of service in Sac City Unified (SCUSD) is June 30, 2023. SCUSD Deputy Superintendent Lisa Allen will serve as acting superintendent during the District’s leadership transition.
Your child’s 2022-23 CAASPP results are now available in the Parent Portal. You will see scores for English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics. If your child was in grades five, eight or twelve, you will also see CAST (California Science Test) scores. You can view theses scores using the following path: More>Assessments>California Paperless Reporting
Your participation in preschool is a wonderful way to begin what
will be many years of involvement in your child’s
About the Program
Parents volunteer in the classroom at least one day a week in
collaboration and guidance of the preschool teacher to help
children develop a variety of skills including social and
emotional development, pre-writing, concepts, collaborative play,
and foundational skills for kindergarten.