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  • Important Safety Reminder for Families

    The District wants to take this opportunity to remind our students and families of how seriously we take all threats made to the safety of our schools - even if the remarks are meant to be jokes.

    Over the weekend, Folsom police received a report that a Folsom Middle student created a social media post that threatened violence against both Folsom and Sutter middle schools. Police quickly made contact with all students involved and determined the threat was not credible and, in fact, had been intended as a joke. This happened not long after a student at Cordova High was investigated for making inappropriate comments in class on Friday, and a Folsom High student was reported for allegedly making a threat over social media last week. In all of the above cases, school and police officials have not found any credible threats to students or the schools.

    The District and law enforcement can never be too cautious in these matters. Situations like these require a considerable investment of school and police resources to adequately respond to - including interviews, searches, and more - and can cause significant disruption to the learning environment.

    Because we must take all reports seriously, students can face serious consequences, even if the threats are not credible. This can include suspension, expulsion, and criminal charges.

    Please take a moment to talk to your children about the potential ramifications of their actions, including social media posts they may think are temporary or are only shared with friends. Please also remind your children to always report suspicious behavior or concerning comments to an adult at school, which allows us to gather and work with the best, most accurate information during an investigation.

    Thank you for your continued partnership to ensure the safety and security of our students and schools.

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  • Transportation Services New App

    FCUSD Transportation Services is pleased to announce their new "Here Comes the Bus" app.  It will alert you when the bus is near your child's bus stop, show in realtime where the bus is and many other things.  The app is available to down in the App Store and Google Play. For details and more information please vist the Transportation web site.

    Here Comes the Bus

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  • One simple form can increase your school funding

    Does your child attend one of the following schools?

    • Cordova Gardens Elementary
    • Cordova Meadows Elementary
    • Cordova Villa Elementary
    • Mills Middle School
    • Peter J. Shields Elementary
    • Rancho Cordova Elementary
    • White Rock Elementary
    • Williamson Elementary

    If so, every student in your school receives free meals. However, your school is asking that you complete an “alternative income eligibility” form for your school.

    This is not an application for free or reduced meals. This ensures your school receives the most amount of funding available from the state, which is used to increase services for your school, including intervention teachers, academic coaches, special programs, technology, field trips and more!

    We need your help: Without everyone’s participation, your school may not receive all of the funding it is entitled to from the state - meaning fewer services for our students.

    Confidential: We will never share your information with anyone. Our system is confidential, and you can return your form in a sealed envelope if requested. You also can fill out the form online in the privacy of your home.

    Complete the formClick here to complete the form online, or call your school. You may also call our Categorical Programs department at (916) 294-9000.

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  • WeTip Anonymous Hotline

    WeTIP - report crimes

    If you have information about:
    • theft
    • fraud
    • vandalism
    • or any other illegal activity…

    … you can call this number 24 hours a day and report your concerns to us.

    (800) 78-CRIME

    No one will ask your name, you will remain anonymous.

      QR Code for We Tip to report vandalism and mischief at or around schools
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