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
The Counseling Department is working to ensure your students have the resources they need for summer school and class requests for next year.
Students who participate in Cordova High Credit Recover Summer Session will only be eligible to earn the highest grade of a C to recover A-G eligibility and to meet graduation requirements.
If your student needs/wants summer school please fill out the appropriate form and email it back to your student's counselor. You can scan or take a photo of the form.
If you are choosing Options for Youth you no longer have to take the form to their location. Your student's counselor will email it directly to Options for Youth for you.
If you are unsure what course/s to choose please email your student's counselor. The email address are provided below.
If your student still has a Course Selection Form for next year to turn in or a Free Period Contract, please have them email their counselor. You can scan or take a photo. If they need another copy of these forms just let us know.
The Counseling Department is hoping everyone is well and staying healthy.
Mary Stowes. All 9th graders. email@example.com
Marque Willis 10-12th graders Last Names A-D firstname.lastname@example.org
Betsy Anumu 10-12th graders Last Names E-K email@example.com
Kitty White 10-12th graders Last Names L-RA firstname.lastname@example.org
Bailey Dagen 10-12th graders Last Names Re-Z email@example.com
IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTRERED YOUR STUDENT FOR NEXT YEAR YOU MUST DO SO IMMEDIATELY! PLEASE LOG INTO THE POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL TO COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION. WE ARE WORKING ON STUDENT SCHEDULES FOR NEXT YEAR. THIS MUST BE DONE BEFORE COURSE SELECTION FORM REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED.
Priority enrollment for classes will be given based on the date the registration is complete.
Registration for students new to the FCUSD please email Danine Barone-Pelt.
If you live out of the FCUSD attendance area and would like to attend CHS please read HERE.
All visitors must sign in at the Administration Office.
Unfortunately Remind went from being free to costing several thousand dollars so we are no long able to use this app for communicating. We will continue to use Blackboard Connect to send messages via email, phone and/or text. Thank you for your understanding.
Please make sure your student knows that you are dropping it off, and they can pick it up during passing period or lunch. We will not interupt class teaching time to notify students of a drop off. ALL ITEMS DROPPED OFF FOR STUDENTS MUST GO TO THE COUNSELING OFFICE, THE OFFICE BY THE MARQUEE. Thanks!
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.
4:00 PM CANCELED - Swim @ Casa Roble
3:30 PM CANCELED - Boys Tennis vs Valley
3:00 PM CANCELED - Boys Golf vs Florin