Students, be sure to visit the new Career Center open every Wednesday
Increasing Your School Funding LCFF
With the completion of a sngle form you can increase funding to your child's school.
Every student in your school receives free meals. However, your school is asking that you complete an “alternative income eligibility” form for your school.
This is not an application for free or reduced meals. This ensures your school receives the most amount of funding available from the state, which is used to increase services for your school, including intervention teachers, academic coaches, special programs, technology, field trips and more!
We need your help: Without everyone’s participation, your school may not receive all of the funding it is entitled to from the state - meaning fewer services for our students.
Confidential: Our system is confidential, we will never share your information with anyone. You may return your form in a sealed envelope, if requested, or complete the form online in the privacy of your home.
Complete the form: Click here to complete the form online. Paper copies are available at the school's front office.
For more information: Call your school or the Categorical Programs department at (916) 294-9000.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson named Kinney High School as one of 32 Model Continuation High Schools for 2018.
Attend a Parent Forum for information and an opportunity to share your thoughts
Student success is supported, with donated supplies from our community partners
Jessica Kahn, a veteran educator currently at White Rock Elementary, was honored Friday, Aug. 23 alongside other outstanding educators at the Sacramento County Office of Education’s annual Teacher of the Year banquet.
Congratulations to the many staff and students who were honored this summer.
Teachers and community partners team up this summer to offer internships
Folsom Cordova’s annual Family Engagement Summer Academy took place at White Rock Elementary School earlier this year. What years ago started as a summer meal program for kids turned into a full summer learning camp where kids can stay active and continue learning in the summer.
This year’s theme, “Climate 2.0,” built upon our school communities’ continued work around strengthening positive relationships with students, with each other as employees, and through self-care ...
Folsom Middle teacher Melissa Lawson represented FCUSD on the national level at National History Day.
Sutter Middle students compete in global tournament.
Adult education student inspires us all that it's never too late to earn a high school diploma
First generation Cordova High graduate shares her story and passion for STEM.