One of our key areas that drives our work as a Priority School is
a clear focus on Parent & Family Engagement. At Fern Bacon
Middle School we will develop strong links with parents in order
to engage them as partners in the education of their child.
Como una prioridad secundaria, una de las áreas clave que impulsa
nuestro trabajo es un enfoque claro de Padres de Familia y
compromiso familiar. En Fern Bacon Middle School nos encargamos
de desarrollar fuertes lazos con los padres, a fin de entablar
con ellos como socios en la educación de sus hijos.
When school is closed November 23-27th, 2020, Nutrition Services
will be offering curbside meals on Monday, November 23 &
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 from 10:30am – 12:00pm at the
following school site pick-up locations.
Are you interested in helping teachers and admin evaluate school
programs and provide input? This is your opportunity to
participate on our School Site Council (SSC). This
committee is in conjunction with our English Learner
Advisory Committee (ELAC) and programs that impact our
community. If you are interested in nominating yourself,
please send an email to:
Parents will be asked to vote the week of October 26, 2020.
This year there are openings for two (2) Parent
The High School Specialty Program Application is an opportunity
for any 8TH GRADE student who resides permanently within the
boundaries of the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD)
to apply for enrollment in a SCUSD high school specialty program,
based on space availability for the 2021-2022 school year.
SCUSD offers specialty programs at both our
neighborhood and small specialized high schools.
What are your hopes and dreams for your children and the children
in your community?
That they become independent thinkers? Dedicated problem solvers?
Excellent communicators? That they are happy, healthy and have
fulfilling relationships with others? That they love school?
At SCUSD, we are committed to providing schools that are safe,
caring places for children to enjoy learning, be intellectually
challenged, make lasting friendships and master essential
standards of learning.
The District’s Online Parent Portal organizes many of Infinite
Campus’ features into a format that is easy for parents to
navigate. It can be accessed via the smartphone app, a mobile
device or computer and was created to empower parents and
guardians with real-time access to your student’s records and
other important announcements. The portal is designed to allow
parents/guardians to see student’s class progress and activities,
increase communication with teachers, and to provide the
information and assistance needed to support a student’s success.
In July 2011, SCUSD launched a comprehensive bullying prevention
program focused on reducing bullying and harassment of students
district-wide. The program is designed to address the issue of
bullying systemically and follows the district’s strategic plan
on bullying prevention developed in August 2011.
The SCUSD School Board also adopted an Anti Bullying policy in
June 2011 (see attachment) to help ensure a caring and
nondiscriminatory learning environment for all students.
The office of Parent Engagement & Training has a full schedule of
parentworkshops this fall. The Parent Leadership
Pathway workshops are offered over the course of 10 weeks,
and are provided at no cost to the school or the participants.
The commitment from the school is merely to provide space. The
facilitator will bring in all materials, child care,
interpretation where needed, and a light snack.
The SCUSD Connect Center is a centralized Student Support Center
that serves as a “gateway” to critical support services for
students and families in our school district. It offers an
innovative solution to addressing the health, wellness and
educational needs of SCUSD’s children, youth and families.
This central hub is designed to increase coordination of services
by providing a single, easily identifiable point of access and
assistance to address the social, emotional, and health needs of
The Family and Community Engagement Office, Department of Parent
Engagement and Training provides training, information and
technical assistance to assist all SCUSD schools in the creation
of effective school-family partnerships. The FACE Office supports
families and schools in building capacity for achievement focused
family engagement through the following programs:
The Homeless Services program supports the enrollment, attendance
and achievement of homeless students to ensure they receive equal
access to educational opportunities. Specific services include
assistance in the following areas: school enrollment and
attendance support services, records retrieval, school and
hygiene supplies, health/immunization referrals, shelter/housing
and community referrals, and education support services under
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act: Education for Homeless
Children and Youths.
The mission of the Health Services Office is to provide school
health programs which assist students, families and the community
to reach optimal physical, mental and social health in order
to succeed in school and in life.
For more information, please contact the Health Services Office
The Sacramento City Unified School District prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived ancestry, color, disability, race or ethnicity, religion, gender, gender expression, gender identity, immigration status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints, contact Equity Compliance Officer and Title IX Coordinator: Stephan Brown – 5735 47th Avenue, Sacramento CA, 95824; 916.643.9425; email@example.com.