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
Bye Bye Bears
What a year!!! Thank you for being a part of our Blanche Sprentz family. We miss you and cannot wait until Fall!
Please check out our Goodbye Bears video as it contains special tributes to our retiring staff members and messages from all other staff.
Have a safe and relaxing summer Bears!
Online registration is underway! Thank you to those who have completed their students registration. If you have any questions regarding registration, please email our Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Clerk, Mrs. Emily at email@example.com.
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.
Announced at the April 14, Board Meeting, Griffin Ankhelyi will begin as Director of Communication and Community Engagement immediately.
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.
Local teacher works with Library of Congress to help develop resources for better access...
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.