A partnership between Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services and Encina High School provides individuals and families fresh fruits and vegetables through a free monthly distribution at the school.
Ten San Juan Unified students were recently honored at an event celebrating graduating seniors in the district’s Indian Education Program at Will Rogers Middle School.
Students from Sierra Oaks K-8 school received an opportunity of a lifetime when their English and debate teacher, Elizabeth Nesci, told them they could become published authors
Several San Juan Unified schools were recognized at a Pennies for Patients awards party sponsored by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on May 8. Together, 35 San Juan Unified schools raised $52,816.14 to raise awareness about and fight blood cancers.
We are asking for your participation in the second step of the Thoughtexchange process, the “star” phase, ending June 2.
Schools throughout the Sacramento region are seeing cases of suspected Norovirus. Find out what it is and how you can help keep our schools, students and community healthy.
May has been a busy month with student athletic activities — read more about them in this overview!
Anna Cacciotti, a dedicated math teacher at Encina Preparatory High School, was recently named ABC 10’s May Teacher of the Month
In recognition of National Bike to School Day on May 10, students from several San Juan Unified schools rode their bikes to school.
San Juan High School hosted the 2017 Seal of Biliteracy Recognition Ceremony and Reception on May 12.
Bella Vista High School senior, Alexandra Hedrick, is defying the odds. In a male-dominated sport, Hedrick is a two-time state champion, four-time state medalist and an All-American wrestler.
Here are a few highlights from the San Juan Unified Board of Education’s most recent regular meeting on Tuesday, May 9.
As part of the Intel Involved Matching Grant program, Intel volunteers spent 12,000 hours volunteering at 21 San Juan Unified schools in 2016.
The annual Kids Art festival took place at Village Park in Fair Oaks on April 29. The event featured several stations where children could participate in creating original works of art using different mediums like paint and fabric.
Leveraging a series of grants and donations from Point West Rotary Club, San Juan Education Foundation, Carmichael Kiwanis and private donations, Encina Preparatory High School is now once again home to a drumline.
Sylvan Middle School hosted its second annual STEAM Night & Open House last week to showcase its innovative science, technology, engineering, arts and math curriculum.
How can we improve future school year calendars? San Juan Unified is asking students, families, staff and community members to provide feedback on the 2019-2020 and later school year calendars.
Six people were honored at the annual Spirit of San Juan awards ceremony on April 27 at San Juan High School.
San Juan Unified offers preschool programs throughout the district and is currently taking registration appointments for the 2017-2018 school year.
As the school year continues to fly by, San Juan Unified students have been busy with activities and earning a variety of recognitions for their hard work.