PJS and All FCUSD schools and offices will be closed Thursday Nov. 15
Due to persistent unhealthy air quality conditions, we are closing all District schools and offices, including the Education Services Center, on Thursday, Nov. 15 out of an abundance of caution.
There will be no bus service Thursday, Nov. 15 due to our district-wide school closure. Employees will not need to report to work.
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SUPER Minimum Day
Friday, November 2nd, 2018
For All Students in grades TK - 5th
TK, Kinder, 1st, and 2nd grade Late Readers
will come early that day
Minimum Days Week for
Friday, November 9, 2018
K -5th 8:25 am - 1:31 pm
TK 8:25 am - 12:06 pm
All Volunteers must have a current negative TB test on file in order to volunteer. The Folsom Cordova Unified School District offers free TB Skin Testing Clinics throughout the year. Our next free clinics is schedule for Monday, November 26, 2018.
Folsom Cordova's Director of Family Engagement and Support Services, Linda Burkholder, received an Inspirational Leadership Award .
Folsom Middle School found themselves with a surplus of school supplies after winning a contest, so the student council decided to give the supplies to another school, White Rock Elementary.
At our first annual, State of our Schools event, we had the opportunity to thank our community partners, show them how their involvement contributes to student success and encourage their continued involvement.
Folsom Cordova students continue to make gains in literacy and math, outpacing average performance locally and across California, according to state test results released this week.
Nine seniors from Cordova High received college acceptance letters, with a total of 28 letters between the group of students that attended the U-CAN Historically Black College and University Fair.
The AF JROTC Color Guard and Cadets at Cordova High paid tribute to the the victims who lost their lives seventeen years ago in the 9/11 attacks this past Tuesday morning Sept. 11.
Students from our Rancho Cordova elementary, middle, and high schools were treated to a surprise landing by the Sacramento County Sheriff Department's Huey Helicopter at Dave Roberts Community Park.
Betty Summers, fondly known to many as Ms. Betty just started her forty-fourth year busing students to school for Folsom Cordova Unified School District.