All 13 Sacramento County school districts, including Folsom Cordova, have agreed to keep their campuses closed through the end of the school year to jointly support the coronavirus mitigation effort. The decision was made in consultation with Sacramento County Public Health.
Campuses will remain closed for the rest of the school year, but school is still in session: Our plans for distance learning continue.
Distance learning: For information on accessing our learning platform, Schoology, visit www.fcusd.org/tech.
Please continue to check this website for updates on distance learning, meals for students in need, and other common questions: www.fcusd.org/coronavirus
On Line Registration is available for NEW students coming for the 2020/2021 school year. Please read and complete the following instructions.
1) Download and print out the following paperwork
2) After you complete all of the paperwork, email it to our registrar:
Jocelyn Hammerstrom firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill out the registration form and the course selection form that matches your childs grade
3) After your information is entered into our system, you will receive an email and you will then need to complete the on line registration, (infosnap).
4) Once this is complete, (it will say "Submitted"), you will be registered for next year.
You will most likely not receive any more information from us regarding the 2020-2021 school year until after June.
****INFORMATION FOR CURRENT STUDENTS THAT WILL BE ATTENDING SMS NEXT YEAR***
IF YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE INFO-SNAP REGISTRATION PLEASE DO SO NOW. YOUR STUDENT WILL NOT BE REGISTERED FOR NEXT YEAR UNTIL THIS IS COMPLETED.
ALSO, IF YOU HAVE NOT TURNED IN YOUR 3 PROOFS OF RESIDENCY- PLEASE SEND THOSE TO OUR REGISTRAR JOCELYN HAMMERSTROM JHAMMERS@FCUSD.ORG
OUR SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED THROUGH MAY 1ST
Parents / student-athletes and coaches,
To date, there are no confirmed staff or student cases of COVID-19 in Folsom Cordova schools. Thank you for your patience as we and all schools throughout California work to respond as quickly as possible to a rapidly evolving issue with the best information we have from expert agencies.
The Governor’s Office earlier today directed public agencies to follow updated public health guidance, including restrictions on public events and large gatherings (250+ participants) to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect community health.
Our top priority is the health and safety of our students, staff, families and community members. We respectfully ask your assistance by following these guidelines. Note: These measures will be in effect through April 13, 2020 (including Spring Break) and will be modified or extended based on guidance from public health officials.
School/district-sponsored events (March 13-April 13, 2020):
At this time, school and District-sponsored events scheduled through April 13, 2020 will be postponed or cancelled. If events cannot be cancelled or postponed, total attendees must be restricted to under 250, and appropriate social distancing measures must be in place.
Events include, but are not limited to:
Please know that our surrounding districts and schools are also following similar guidelines, thank you for understanding and for your support.
can be found under the counseling website
Check out our new Health Office Page
Under "Our School"
REGISTRATION INFORMATION 2020-2021
January 31st-Choice forms are due (to HOME SCHOOL) January 31st
February 1st- Power School Enrollment -on line registration (Info Snap) opens for the 2020/2021 school year.(Current students only)
February 10th- STEM information Meeting (Parents only) 6:00-7:00
February 12th- Parent Orientation Night of 6th grade and new students 5:30-6:30 and 7:00-8:00 (only need to attend one)
February 13th- 6th and 7th graders will receive their course selection forms
February 14th- Power School On Line Registration (Info Snap) for current students closes ( students will not receive a schedule until this is completed)
February 20th- Course selection forms due
February 24th- FHS will be giving out registration packets to 8th graders
February 26th- VDL will be giving out registration packets to 8th graders
March 2nd- students residing in SMS boundaries but NOT attending a FCUSD school- registration available
March 9/10- FHS registration due /meet with counselors from FHS during English Class (STUDENTS ONLY)
March 13th- VDL registration due/meet with counselors from VDL (STUDENTS ONLY)
ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK NOW
Now is a great time to order your yearbook. Go to jostens.com to order one today! PRICE IS $60.00 throught the end of the year.
Please order through the Jostens website only and specify Sutter Middle School in Folsom. Some parents have mistakenly ordered yearbooks for Sutter Middle School in Sacramento in recent years.
“Do you have a great picture of your child doing something fun or unusual? We are doing an “Outside Sutter” spread in our yearbook. If you’d like to submit your child’s picture for consideration, please download the replayit app from the app store and submit to our yearbook folder. Or you can send the picture(s) and description to email@example.com
Order your yearbook by March 15 and you’re automatically entered for a chance to win a MacBook Air* – a $1,200 value.
Thanks - The Yearbook Staff
Student Athletes: A physical must be completed and turned in to the coach before starting tryouts for all sports. Your online Athletic Clearance needs to be completed as well at AthleticClearance.com. Please see the Sutter Middle School Athletics page for more information and to download a copy of the physical form to be signed by your doctor.
The Folsom Cordova Board of Education will resume its public dialogue on potential solutions to the District’s estimated $4.4 million budget deficit during its next study session. The Board is not voting on any recommended cuts at this meeting.
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More than 50 Folsom Cordova parents and caregivers gathered together at Rancho Cordova Elementary on a sunny Saturday morning on Feb. 8 to learn about the California School Dashboard and how they can look up information about their schools’ performance.
A Community Enhancement Fund grant from the City of Rancho Cordova helped local partner 916 Ink transform students at both schools into confident writers and published authors. Both schools recently held book release parties for their campus communities.
More than 100 residents, future students, community leaders, members of #TeamFCUSD - and Folsom’s Mangini family - celebrated the groundbreaking of Mangini Ranch Elementary School on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
FCUSD students showcased skill and talent at regional competition, with many coming away with awards.
Folsom Cordova Unified continues to build and expand opportunities for students, and this is your chance to learn more about our District's accomplishments and vision for the important work ahead.
During Black History Month, we’ll highlight examples of teachers and school communities working to expand understanding of African American experiences, voices, and contributions - histories that deserve celebration far beyond four weeks in February.
Those viral TED Talk videos you see in your social media feeds? Cordova High students in the school’s International Baccalaureate Programme recently created and delivered their own inspirational speeches before an audience of students, teachers, and community members.
Hey, we recognize those kids! Big thanks to the Sacramento Kings and VSP Vision Care for choosing to shoot their latest promotional video in our very own Navigator Elementary School in Rancho Cordova.
Student government leaders from Folsom and Vista Del Lago high schools, as well as the Interact Club from Folsom Lake and Folsom high schools, recently delivered baskets filled with snacks, games, puzzles and personal needs items for the residents at Park Folsom Senior Retirement Community.
High school students are invited to apply for a summer internship with a local organization.