• FCUSD Message to the Community, Feb 9

    February 9, 2022

    Dear FCUSD Community:

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


    This week, the Governor announced plans to end the statewide indoor mask mandate, effective February 16.  Sacramento County Public Health intends to follow suit and will rescind both local Health Orders (the Order requiring indoor masking and the Order requiring public meetings to occur virtually). 

    The rescission of the mask Orders will not directly impact schools as the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Order regarding face coverings still requires masking in schools and child care settings per their most recent school-specific guidance.

    CDPH has indicated they are actively reviewing their schools’ guidance and we may see some updates in the coming weeks, but we do not yet have an indication of what those updates may entail.  We will keep you posted.

    FCUSD looks forward to returning to pre-COVID school experiences as soon as possible. As a gentle reminder, we are obligated to follow all state and county rules on masking and will not pursue either stricter or lessor health safety measures than those given to us by public health. Our continued focus is on excellent instruction and educational opportunities for our students. 

    If you wish to express your questions and concerns for state-mandated health orders to the California Department of Public Health, you may access their portal HERE

    COVID-19 vaccine clinics, coming to Cordova High School!

    FCUSD in partnership with UC Davis is hosting two upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Please see the attached flyer and information below:

    • Registration is required:
    • When: February 10 and March 3
    • Where: Cordova High School cafeteria
      • 2239 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova
      • Drive down Chase Drive, turn right at Lancer Lane and look for signs that say “event”
    • Time: 2:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    • Ages: 5 and up welcome!

    1st dose, 2nd dose, or booster eligible

    • Vaccine type:  Pfizer only
    • Minors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

    Love and Logic classes, presented by SCOE on Zoom

    Parenting the Love and Logic Way® provides research-proven strategies for effective and positive parenting. Parenting can be challenging in normal times, parenting during a pandemic brings new and unique challenges. 

    Join Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) to learn strategies that will help parents come through this not just surviving, but thriving!

    Please see the attached flyer for dates, times, and more information. 

    Email: Carin Chumbley at pearlsofparenting@gmail.com to register for this FREE series.