FCUSD schools will begin the 2020-21 school year in a Distance Learning model. Planning details are ongoing and information will be updated on our website at:
Please continue to check this website often for information and resources to documents and links.
Mitchell is excited to announce a new resource - Wellness at Mitchell.
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The purpose of this google site is to provide resources that promote wellness, both during the instructional day as well as time away from school for students, staff, and families. Are you in need for some relaxing music, guided mediation or a Hip Hop workout? It is easy to find. To check it out, just go to the Mitchell Webpage and click on Wellness at Mitchell Google Site under additional links. ENJOY!
In our efforts to make sure that every Mitchell student has the resources they need for their core classes, we kindly ask that you check with your student, or ask to see their books.
Most students will have a:
Spanish textbook, if they are enrolled in Spanish
6th graders - a copy of the novel Hatchet
8th graders - 2 Study Sync consumables.
If you are unsure of which books your child should have, please call our Library and if you are indeed missing resources, you or your student may pick them up from our library, Mon.-Fri. 8-12:30 or 1:00-3:00pm.
At the July 14, Special Board Meeting, the Board voted (4-1) to begin the 2020-21 school year in a full Distance Learning model....
District leadership and staff continue to build and plan scheduling models for the 2020-21 school year that prioritize the health and safety of our staff and students while developing instructional delivery that is high quality and engaging...
We are pleased to announce that on June 9, 2020, the Sacramento County Committee on School District Organization unanimously approved the district-area map submitted by the FCUSD Board of Education to conduct future Board member elections by-trustee areas, rather than at-large. Map #5 was approved. To view the map, please visit: www.fcusd.org/board
Sacramento area school district superintendents issued the following statement regarding athletics for the fall of 2020...
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.