Plesae remember to call the office everytime your student is absent.
We are in need of parent volunteers and yard duties.
Please remember to pull forward when dropping off students.
Early students may be dropped off at 7:50am and late bird students at 8:55am, please do not drop off late birds earlier than 8:55am.
New and returning student registration for the 2020-2021school year begins in mid-January. For parents of returning students, please save your current SMUD and PG&E bills to submit later as proof of residency. Also, make sure you are able to log into your PowerSchool Parent Portal so that on February 1, 2020 you can access the link to online registration. Stay tuned for complete details...
Monday January 20 is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There is no school
Folsom and Vista del Lago high schools are among the best in the nation in providing students rich opportunities to study in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), according to Newsweek’s annual Top 5,000 STEM High Schools rankings.
A costumed crossing guard? Talk about going the extra mile to connect with kids!
Kudos to the students and families at Vista del Lago High School, who helped produce an emotional, insightful video in which youth share letters expressing feelings, experiences, and more they wish their parents knew and understood about them.
The Folsom Cordova Board of Education on Nov. 21 approved a package of budget reductions proposed to help alleviate the District’s budget challenges. The measures were designed to avoid potential layoffs while minimizing impacts to classrooms and student learning.
Over 100 post-secondary options presented to students at the annual College Fair...
Parents across the district gained strategies for connecting with their students to support STEAM learning
Congratulations to CHS teacher on State Finalist award
The Folsom Cordova Unified Board of Education will consider a package of budget reductions proposed to help alleviate the District’s budget challenges during its next regularly scheduled meeting.
Creativity, enthusiasm and competition - fueled by physics and engineering smarts - propelled dozens of students across the campus of Folsom High School on Friday, Nov. 15 at the school’s first-ever Soap Box Derby.
Dozens of students in Cordova High School’s newest career program learned life-saving lessons at a daylong training with the District’s Health Services professionals.
Ways to give to those in need during the holidays
Please participate in the yearly California School Climate, Health, and Learning Survey (CalSCHLS)