Income Verification Forms Needed!
At Williamson Elementary, every student in our school receives free meals. However, we're asking that you complete an important “alternative income eligibility” form.
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 form: Click 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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We’re excited to share some amazing news about the Internet Essentials Program. On August 6th, Comcast announced its largest and most expansive program enhancement to date; Internet Essentials eligibility is now available to all qualified low-income individuals living wherever Comcast offers service! Additionally, since 2011, Internet Essentials has connected eight million low-income people to the power of the Internet home. More information can be found by accessing this link https://corporate.comcast.com/values/internet-essentials.
YOU ARE ALL VERY THOUGHTFUL FOR THINKING OF OUR STUDENTS AT WILLIAMSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. THANK YOU AGAIN FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE FOR US!!
Earlier this year at Oak Chan Elementary School’s ‘Back to School Night,’ something new was unveiled on campus: a book vending machine. It works as one normally would but instead of snacks, it’s books, and rather than cash, it’s special gold coins.
When PBIS is implemented successfully, schools often see reductions in major disciplinary infractions, improvements in academic engagement and achievement, and less incidents of bullying.
The Patient Care pathway helps set students on a path to potential careers in medicine, everything from doctors to nurses, medical assistants to physical therapists, and more.
About 30 students from Folsom High and Cordova High recently had the opportunity to learn more about Historically Black Colleges and Universities - and several received on-the-spot admissions based on their grades and SAT scores!
Led by instructor MSgt Phil Magreevy, the cadets and color guard raised a special version of the American Flag, inscribed with the names of the nearly 3,000 victims who died in the historic attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
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Student success is supported, with donated supplies from our community partners
Jessica Kahn, a veteran educator currently at White Rock Elementary, was honored Friday, Aug. 23 alongside other outstanding educators at the Sacramento County Office of Education’s annual Teacher of the Year banquet.
Congratulations to the many staff and students who were honored this summer.
Teachers and community partners team up this summer to offer internships
Folsom Cordova’s annual Family Engagement Summer Academy took place at White Rock Elementary School earlier this year. What years ago started as a summer meal program for kids turned into a full summer learning camp where kids can stay active and continue learning in the summer.