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EGUSD receives national counseling grant

EGUSD receives national counseling grant

The Elk Grove Unified School District has been selected to receive a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program.

This program provides funding to local education agencies to establish or expand elementary and secondary school counseling programs, with special consideration given to applicants that can:

EGUSD students and staff earn Youth Elly Awards

EGUSD students and staff earn Youth Elly Awards

EGUSD students and staff from three high schools captured 12 awards at the 2013 Youth Elly Awards at the Roseville Theater Arts Academy on Sunday, September 8, 2013.  The Elly Awards, presented by the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance, honor outstanding achievements of community theaters and artists in the greater Sacramento area.  The Elly Awards are named for Eleanor McClatchy, a devoted patron of the arts. 

 

EGUSD high schools ready for fall theater season

EGUSD high schools ready for fall theater season

Dim the lights and open the curtain – its fall theater season once again at Elk Grove Unified!  The following high schools are presenting productions during the fall season:

Cosumnes Oaks High School’s theater students will perform “A Flea in Her Ear” on November 7-9 and 14-16.  Playwright Georges Feydeau’s wild and hilarious comedy is filled with mistaken identities, motives and actions.  Raymonde, wife of Chandebise, suspects her husband is having an affair.  When she receives “evidence” of his infidelity, she decides to catch him in the act.  In reality, Chandebise is a good and faithful husband and Raymonde’s plot backfires, which leads to chaos.  Showtimes start at 6 p.m. on November 7 and 14, 7 p.m. on November 8-9 and 15-16 and a matinee performance starts at 2 p.m. on November 9 and 16.  Tickets are $8 general admission and $6 for senior citizens, children under 10 and students with an ASB sticker. 

Registration for EGUSD Virtual Academy closes on September 10

Registration for EGUSD Virtual Academy closes on September 10

Registration for the Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) Virtual Academy will close on Tuesday, September 10.  Current registration is for kindergarten through 8th grade students for the 2013-2014 school year. The online academy is open to students living in Sacramento, Amador, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Placer, San Joaquin, Solano, Sutter and Yolo counties.

The EGUSD Virtual Academy offers an innovative learning experience for the 21st century student. This free online academy allows students in kindergarten through 8th grade to experience teaching and learning from virtually anywhere a computer will take them. All courses are aligned to the State of California’s standards and benchmarks and have a strong emphasis on building skills and critical thinking.

Each EGUSD Virtual Academy student has an individualized plan for his or her course of study. Student learning is guided by Elk Grove Unified teachers.

Sac Area Football Coaches Honor Access Sacramento's Ron Cooper

Sac Area Football Coaches Honor Access Sacramento's Ron Cooper

Sacramento area high school  football coaches touted their programs and their ability to help young men mature into adults during the 11th annual Football Coaches Kickoff Brunch Sunday at the Carmichael Elks Club.

Dozens of local restaurants sign up to fight childhood obesity

Dozens of local restaurants sign up to fight childhood obesity

Nearly five-dozen Sacramento-area restaurants have come together to help fight childhood obesity this September through California Food Literacy Center’s EatSMART fundraising campaign. The campaign, which takes place during Food Literacy Month, adds a voluntary dollar to every restaurant ticket to help children across the region learn food literacy – understanding the impact of food on our health, community and the environment. “This type of campaign has been wildly successful in cities like London and San Francisco, and we are excited to gather Sacramentans together to ensure our children eat smart,” said Peg Tomlinson-Poswall, chair, California Food Literacy Center.  “I can’t think of another time when this many Sacramento-area restaurants have banded together for a single cause.”

Sacramento's First Annual Feria de Educación: Es El Momento this Weekend

Sacramento's First Annual Feria de Educación: Es El Momento this Weekend

On Saturday, August 24, Assemblymember Roger Dickinson, along with Univision 19 and California State University, Sacramento, is hosting Sacramento's first annual education fair, "Feria de Educación: Es El Momento." The purpose of the free, fun, educational fair is to provide families with an opportunity to learn about important educational programs and services within California's education system; to share information about what it takes to attend college and how to pay for college; and provide information about educational community programs and services from Pre-K through high school.

All are welcome to come learn about college and university admission requirements; what you can do to prepare your child for college; how to pay for college through available financial aid programs; and many other important community resources.

Who:
Assemblymember Roger Dickinson (D-Sacramento)
California State University President Alex Gonzalez
Univision 19