School News

LCFF Application

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Sac City Unified, like all districts in California, receives state funds to operate our schools based on the number of students enrolled in our district, and on the socio-economic status of our students. This formula is called the Local Control Funding Formula, or LCFF. The state LCFF process is the main source of funding for our schools. 

PTSO Meeting & Coffee with the Principal

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Hello Camellia Families,

We invite everyone to join us on Friday, October 7th, in the School Library from 8:00am – 10:00am to learn more about our Annual Harvest Carnival and enjoy coffee with the principal.  Attending this meeting can earn 2 hours towards the 40 parent hours. You will be able to meet our PTSO board members, sign up to volunteer for the Harvest Festival, and learn what we have planned for this event.  Hope to see everyone there. 

 

Friendly Reminders

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Drop Off Updates & Staff Parking Lot

All families are now welcome to drop off your child(ren) in front of the school entrance (double doors).  As for pick up, please stay by the gate and your children will come to you.

For the safety of all students, parents, guardians, and staff, please keep in mind that the staff parking lot is NOT for drop off or pick up.  

NO SCHOOL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH!

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Hello Camellia Families,

We made it through our first week of school!  The atmosphere has been joyful as kids and teachers began the routine of in-person learning and I’m feeling positive that we will have a fantastic year.  Just a reminder, there is no school Monday, September 5th in honor of Labor Day.  We will see you back on Tuesday, September 6th! 

Annual SCUSD Parent & Student Rights Handbook and LCFF Form 

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SCUSD Parent & Student Rights Handbook

Each year the Sacramento City Unified School District distributes the Parent and Student Rights Handbook for the benefit of our families. The handbook features relevant information on a variety of topics that will assist you throughout the year. Click here to view the Handbook.

COVID-19 Kit Pick-Up

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Dear Camellia Families,

The 2022-2023 school year will begin for our students on Thursday, September 1, 2022.  As a school community, we have a shared responsibility to minimize the risk of COVID-19 in the school environment.  In an effort to ensure that we all return to school safely after Summer Break, we are distributing at-home rapid COVID tests for students and kindly ask that you administer a test for your student(s) prior to returning to school on Thursday, September 1, 2022.  If your child DOES test positive for COVID-19, please keep your child home and inform the school office right away.