Users Can Communicate Their Concerns or Questions to District Officials On the Go....
Run By Project Lead The Way (PLTW), New STEM Curriculum Will Match Common Core Standards....
An Eight Week Project Grants Students Fake Money to Invest in the Stock Market....
The Folsom High School Global Program Studies Graduates Its First Class ....
Two High Schools and a Middle School from Folsom CordovaParticipated ....
Focus is on hands-on science, art, math, and technology lessons...
Walnutwood High School Conmemorates Their 10th Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration
"Our Students are the Future" is the first of five-part video series
Lisa Lopez Wins Prize Pack Valued at $500
Giving students practical work experience that they can use
Teachers Mark Nelson and Sham Sidhu Receive the Awards
Only 43 other schools in the United States in Pilot
Don Wersky is recognized state-wide for his amazing contributions to music education across California
Safely dispose of your discarded pharmacy materials on April 27, 2013
Students in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) to Represent South-Western US.
Elizabeth McClain joins the ranks of Andy Warhol and Sylvia Plath with this award.
Students Encouraged to Think Seriously About Their Futures
Event Held at City Hall on March 20
Students from Rancho Cordova to be Special Guests
Middle Year Programme in 2013 & Diploma Programme in 2014.
Participants Will Be Inspired by Top Female Community Leaders at the Event
Students at Vista del Lago Make Up District's First Chapter
STAR "Stars" Walk Red Carpet at Celebration
District's Teacher of the Year, Kat Bahry, to Represent FCUSD
Makes National TV Debut
Raises 5,500 Cans for Sacramento Food Bank
Students Held a Costume Drive to Prepare Donation
Folsom Cordova Schools Boosts Awareness in Fight Against Drugs
Ken Rudulph Returns to Visit His Elementary School
Andy Kotko Was Praised for Mathematics by State Superintendent of Instruction
"Rating the High Schools" shows off district high school successes
Four-day camp near Santa Cruz teaches campers math, science, and valuable life lessons
Several students from throughout the district participate in the dynamic and highly competitive National History Day
At the annual SEVA awards, hosted at Sac State on Monday night by Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium. Folsom Middle School student Tyler Johnstone received an honorable mention for his project while Mills Middle School students once
On Saturday April 28th, the Folsom Cordova Unified School District attended Rancho Cordova’s 23rd Annual Kids Day at the Park held at Hagan Park. “Kids Day” is a festival for parents and young children in the community. Kids are treated to a day filled with fun, games,
Technology causes cheating to evolve, but teachers are staying up-to-date
FCUSD's Project 680 to hold the "Undies Ride", a community bike ride to raise underwear donations
Children learn about mosquito prevention and also earn money for their school
Eight years ago, during a classroom discussion about recycling, an Oak Chan student suggested the idea of recycling clothing—like hand-me-downs but on a larger scale. After expanding this idea to include cash
Rancho Cordova, Calif. – When Cordova Lane Elementary closed down due to budget cuts and declining enrollment back in November 2009, many Rancho
Transportation Department receives grant funds for four new buses
“The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon”, written by Don Zoldis and directed by Folsom High School drama teacher Tamara Mosier, told the stories of several classic Grimm fairy tales. The audience found, however, that the classic stories they thought they knew are completel
Free dental, vision, and medical services offered March 30th through April 2nd
Made up of FCUSD’s Family Support Services Office AmeriCorps*VISTAS employees, The Parent Engagement Project, a project that coordinates
There is no doubt that social media—Facebook, Twitter, YouTube—are a regular part of the everyday lives of modern Americans. In one month, people in the United States spent 53,457,258 minutes on Facebook alone
Lancer Alliance is awarded with "Best Overall Project" in a regional ACE competition
Magical realism and a modern Cinderella story make for a fun and relatable read. Sixth grade is not going well for Calliope Meadow Anderson. Callie’s hair is
he Wildcat Theatre Company of Williamson Elementary school will perform
CAC looks to fill five vacancies with parents and teachers of special needs students
Budget forum answers public's concerns and outlines solutions
Today, spare change can be a hassle. Many people have small fortunes building up in coffee mugs, piggy banks, couch cushions, and cup-holders
The main topic of discussion among school board members and the community was the proposed changes to the FCUSD graduation requirements.
Vote Everyday Until March 12; Winner Awarded $100,000 in Merchandise
Cordova High to become an International Baccalaureate school
The Kaiser Permanente Medical Offices in Folsom is proud to announce a mentoring partnership with a Fifth Grade class at Theodore Judah Elementary School in Folsom.
Over 140 FCUSD students brought their history-related posters, exhibits, websites, documentaries, and papers to the 9th Annual District History
Folsom High's academics get global
Students will compete for chance to win state title
Folsom Hills Elementary won first prize in an online math competition. This competition was held by Sumdog.com—a website that offers free math
A workshop series of the Parent Engagement Project
SOPA, or the Stop Online Piracy Act, since introduced by Rep. Lamar
Grants would support STARS, CHS Student Union, and Teen Haven