• FCUSD Message to the Community, March 30
    March 30, 2022

    Dear FCUSD Community,

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

    Free COVID vaccine clinics

    FCUSD, in partnership with UC Davis, is offering a series of free COVID vaccine clinics at Cordova Meadows each Friday from now until April 29 (no clinic is offered on April 15 due to spring break).

    All eligible individuals are welcome. No insurance is required. Walk-ins are welcome or sign up using the QR code by clicking on this flyer.

    FCUSD Classified Employees of the Year 

    FCUSD has submitted nine nominations to the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Classified Employee of the Year program, which recognizes outstanding classified and support staff members who exemplify standards of excellence in schools and districts across the county.

    FCUSD is proud to nominate these exemplary staff members who have gone above and beyond to support students and each other this school year. We are #FCUSDproud of them and of all our dedicated staff.   

    Visit our website to see their pictures!

    FCUSD's Classified Employees of the Year:

    • Bill Miller - Skilled Trades Services
    • Dave Scott - Technical Services
    • Doug Marcum - Custodial and Maintenance Services
    • Karol Castillo - Health and Student Services
    • Kathy O'Brien - Food and Nutrition Services
    • Kelley Wentworth - Clerical and Administrative Services
    • Rosanne Olvera – Paraprofessional Services
    • Relly Apaso - Transportation Services
    • Swee Lin Foo - Security Services


    As a reminder, we are still celebrating the 2022 FCUSD and Sacramento County Teacher of the Year, Yvonne Thornton from Cordova High School! Teacher of the Year nominations for 2023 will be made in April so please stay tuned to learn more…

    Mills Middle School Softball Complex grand opening!

    Last Saturday, FCUSD leadership, in partnership with the city of Rancho Cordova and the Cordova Girls Softball League, gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Mills Middle School Softball Complex. Our Board and Superintendent were invited to say a few words and throw the first pitch to open the season.

    The 15-acre complex adjacent to Mills Middle school houses first-class amenities, seven softball fields, a snack bar, and a beautiful plaza.  The City of Rancho Cordova contributed $3 million to this project through the city’s Community Enhancement & Investment Fund. Cordova Girls Softball fundraised over the years and contributed roughly $50,000. The Folsom Cordova Unified School District contributed $5 million through Measure P bond funds and facilitated the construction of the complex.

    To see pictures of the day, visit our website here and follow us on Twitter