• FCUSD Message to the Community, Feb 2

    February 2, 2022

    Dear FCUSD Community:

    The COVID-19 Dashboard has been updated. Please visit: www.fcusd.org/COVID

    Strengthening Families Program starts on February 16!

    The Strengthening Families Program is a no-cost program, sponsored by FCUSD and is a time for adults and their children (grades 1 to 12) to learn strategies and skills for building a happier, healthier family. Children learn communication and social skills to help them solve problems and resist peer pressure. Parents/guardians learn to effectively bond, set boundaries, and monitor their children’s activity

    To learn more and register, please see the attached flyer or contact Rhonda Franks at 916-294-9013 or rfranks@fcusd.org

    Regular Board Meeting: Thursday, February 3, 2022

    **Open Session: 5:30 p.m.**

    Please note the new start time!

    The full agenda, instructions for viewing on the District’s YouTube channel and on Zoom, and instructions for participating in public comments can be found on our website: www.fcusd.org/virtualboardmeeting


    2. Approve Recommended Actions for School Safety and School Resource Officers
    3. Approve Certificated Assignments Under a Variable Term Wavier for the 2021-2022 School Year


    1. Budget Update: The Governor's Proposed Budget for 2022-2023
    2. International Baccalaureate (IB) Evaluation
    3. Student Care Facility Needs Assessment Update

    The Board meeting will be viewable from the District’s YouTube channel. Public wishing to provide public comments may:

    Submit written public comments prior to the Board meeting, using the Google Public Comment Card Form link found on our website (provided no later than 12:00 p.m., the day prior to the meeting). All written comments will be given to the Board for review by 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 3. The link will close by 3:00 p.m., Thursday, February 3.

    Public comments may be made during the Board meeting, in-person at the Education Services Center (1965 Birkmont Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA), or via Zoom. Due to constraints on our Zoom account, the maximum number of participants in the Zoom room is 300.


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    Sac County Office of Education, listening circles for student mental health and wellness

    In November 2021, the Sacramento County Office of Education and Sacramento County Department of Health Services, Behavioral Health Services launched a participatory process to develop a new plan for student mental health and wellness in Sacramento County. 

    They are excited to launch virtual listening sessions, the next opportunity to participate in the planning process. 

    What: Virtual listening sessions to gather information about strengths, challenges, and opportunities related to student mental health and wellness in Sacramento County.  

    Where: Zoom (​​https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89507000461)

    Who should attend: All are welcome! Sessions are open to anyone with an interest in student mental health and wellness.

    Registration: Please register for the session that works best for you at the following link:  https://bit.ly/smhwlisten. Additional information about the planning process and listening sessions are also available at this link. 

    More information can be found on the attached flyer   or by visiting this link.

    For questions, please contact smhw@glenpricegroup.com