GRADUATING CLASS OF 2020
In order to participate in the graduation ceremony, all graduates must wear a cap/gown in school approved colors.
Students have two options through Herff Jones:
Students may purchase a cap, gown and tassel to use and keep. To order, complete the order form that was provided to all seniors or refer to: www.highschool.herffjones.com Please note a price increase will go into effect after January 11, 2020.
Students may borrow a cap and gown. Deadline for borrowing is January 11, 2020. Please note a tassel is not required but may be purchased. To download the Borrowing Agreement, please click here: Borrowing Agreement Form
For questions, please contact Karl Hanf at 866-238-5336 or email: email@example.com
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Folsom Police at 916-355-7231
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The Folsom Cordova Unified Board of Education will continue exploring solutions to the District’s budget challenges during its next regularly scheduled meeting ...
The Folsom Cordova Board of Education will hold its next public study session regarding the District’s budget challenges 4 - 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24 in the Education Services Center Board Room, 1965 Birkmont Drive in Rancho Cordova.
Leaders in technology education enjoy the beautiful campus and facilities at CHS at the annual CUE conference.
Folsom Cordova schools have partnered with Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) to offer free transit through SacRT for our students.
Community partners helped connect the classroom to the real world one recent morning at Theodore Judah Elementary, where a buzzing STEM Fair provided students the opportunity to get hands-on with everything from 3D printers to robots to reptiles.
For students who choose to attend college after high school, Folsom Cordova’s three comprehensive high schools - Cordova High, Folsom High, and Vista del Lago High - continues to prepare them for admission.
As part of its community-developed Safety Action Plan, the District this summer worked with Rancho Cordova and Folsom Police and Fire departments to organize three active shooter training drills for officers and SWAT team members at all three comprehensive high school campuses.
Earlier this year at Oak Chan Elementary School’s ‘Back to School Night,’ something new was unveiled on campus: a book vending machine. It works as one normally would but instead of snacks, it’s books, and rather than cash, it’s special gold coins.