Students and Masks As we prepare to return to in-person learning, students might need to start building their mask comfort levels and stamina! Our top three safety measures will be wearing masks, physical distancing, and hand-washing. Here are some helpful resources on masks:
Closed Campus Cordova Meadows is an open and friendly campus where families are always welcome. However, as we plan for a safe return to school, limited family/visitor access to campus is part of our safety plan. Only students will be allowed beyond the cones/signs at entrances before, during, and after school. Families will drop off and say goodbyes outside of the designated areas and entrances to school. Thank you in advance for your support with safety and providing the best care we can for our children. If you have any questions, please call the office at 916-294-9120.
FCUSD schools will begin the 2020-21 school year in a Distance Learning model. Planning details are ongoing and information will be updated on our website at:
Please continue to check this website often for information and resources to documents and links.
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At the July 14, Special Board Meeting, the Board voted (4-1) to begin the 2020-21 school year in a full Distance Learning model....
District leadership and staff continue to build and plan scheduling models for the 2020-21 school year that prioritize the health and safety of our staff and students while developing instructional delivery that is high quality and engaging...
We are pleased to announce that on June 9, 2020, the Sacramento County Committee on School District Organization unanimously approved the district-area map submitted by the FCUSD Board of Education to conduct future Board member elections by-trustee areas, rather than at-large. Map #5 was approved. To view the map, please visit: www.fcusd.org/board
Sacramento area school district superintendents issued the following statement regarding athletics for the fall of 2020...
With the intent to align with California Department of Education (CDE) guidance to hold students harmless for their spring grades and the transition to distance learning. There will be no letter grades on report cards for the second semester.