Dates to Remember- 2019
Friday, Feb. 1st Choice Forms- Due
Wednesday, Feb. 13th SMS Orientation 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. and 7-8 p.m.
Friday, February 1st Opens to all currently enrolled students in our district schools POWER school registration (formerly known as Info-Snap Information)- Information will go out to elementary and SMS by Feb. 1st
Wednesday, February 13th Elementary Course Selection Forms- Delivered to elementary sites on 13th. Forms will go out in Friday or Wednesday folders and returned to elementary site by 2/27 and then forwarded to us.
Wednesday, Feb. 20th SMS Course Selection Forms- out to Advisory
Wednesday, Feb. 20th STEM Orientation Night- in Cafeteria 6:30 to 7:30 pm
Tuesday, Feb. 26th ATS testing - 3:45-4:45 in the cafeteria
Wednesday, Feb. 27th Course Selection Forms Due- Forms due from elementary (to their sites, not ours) as well as SMS students (due in SMS advisory class)
Wednesday, Feb. 27th VDL Freshman Orientation-
Thursday, March 14th VDL registration for 8th graders-
Friday, March 15th Honors English Placement testing -for elementary and SMS students 3PM-4PM. Qualifying students will be notified.
Monday/Tuesday, March 18th and 19th FHS registration- Held in media center- through English classes.
April 1-5th CAASP testing-
Friday, April 26th 8th Grade Career Faire- Presenters come to educate/present to students
Monday/Tuesday April 29th and 30th Math Challenge testing- for SMS students. Friday, May 10th for all new/incoming students. Register online- SMS website, Math Department
Friday, May 17th. WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) Orientation -for incoming 6th grade students 3:00-4:45 p.m.
Friday, May 31st- 8:30 a.m. 8th grade promotion- Folsom High School
♦Parent Orientation Meeting
Who: Parents of incoming 6th grade students
and Families new to SMS
When: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Session 1: 5:30-6:30 PM
Session 2: 7-8 PM
Please attend only ONE session. This is intended for parents only.
SCHOOL CHOICE FORMS WERE DUE JANUARY31st. FORMS TURNED IN AFTER THAT WILL GO ON A WAITING LIST Important School Choice Information
Space permitting, a student that lives within the
Folsom Cordova Unified School District may attend
a school that is not in his/her attendance area.
A School Choice Request form must be completed,
signed and returned to the student’s resident area school
(boundary home school)
by the deadline of February 1, 2019.
Click here to access the form:
for Current Students
2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for CURRENT students will open
on February 1st. Registration is not complete
until you receive the "Registration (your child's name)
2019-2020 page". Please scroll to the bottom and press
for New Students
2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Registration for NEW students will open
on February 20th
If your student is new to FCUSD/Sutter Middle School
Please call our office at 916-294-9035 or come into our office to register. Please bring proof of residency (PG&E or SMUD bill or lease agreetment), student's birth certificate and immunization record.
Come learn about our innovative homeschool options during our next open house at our Mather campus, 4420 Monhegan Way in Mather from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6.
Thanks to Measure G, Oak Chan has a new campus. Teachers, students, families and Oak Chan alumni came out to celebrate.
Students from various schools presented their history projects to judges at the event.
A growing coalition of Folsom Cordova students, teachers, administrators, parents, and community leaders - under the newly named Equity Advisory Committee - continue to provide input on ways the District can better serve its diverse school communities and achieve equitable outcomes for its most vulnerable students.
Broadway star and Tony Award winner Roger Bart will be performing at the Cordova High School Performing Arts Center in February.
Empire Oaks Elementary held school library book fundraisers for Paradise Elementary School whose school was burned in the Paradise Fire.
Cordova High teacher Jennifer Rossiter has been honored with the Exemplary IB Middle Years Programme Educator Award ...
Nearly three-quarters of Cordova High School students who apply to competitive University of California schools earn admission - one of the highest acceptance rates in the Sacramento region.
Earlier this school year, dozens of students from Folsom Cordova and throughout the region had the opportunity to meet, dialogue, and share experiences as student leaders at a recent roundtable gathering organized by the United Black Student Unions of California (USBUC).
The Bulldogs beat Cathedral Catholic in CIF I-AA championship game.
Folsom Cordova's newest board members were sworn into office.