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11Dec

Check out our Featured Students this month!

We are starting a new feature on our website! We will be featuring students regularly! This month we are featuring 6 students: VICTORIA SHVETSOVA - Exceptional Character Award Winner - Category Respect MITZY OLMEDO - Exceptional Character Award Winner - Category Preparation LILLY WALPER - Exceptional Character Award Winner -…

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12Aug

Lunches and how to see your schedule

Lunches this year? Where's my schedule? Many questions have come up regarding the 2020-21 school year. One is "Will lunches still be available?" The answer is "Yes!" The San Juan USD provides lunches for Choices, and they will be serving lunches at various school sites throughout the district. To see…

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12Aug

The 2020/2021 school year will start online-only

Choices will start the 2020/2021 school year with an online-only program. The campus will remain closed to in-person learning and support. A few exceptions will be made (as allowed by the Health Department) for students with special needs, but this will be a very small number. Choices Charter School is an…

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12May

FREE INTERNET!

FREE INTERNET! The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA), the City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) have teamed up to equip buses with free wireless super hotspots in communities with limited high-speed internet access during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 10 WiFi Buses are outfitted with combinations of…

13Mar

IMPORTANT NEWS

In coordination with the SJUSD, the Choices Charter campus will be CLOSED starting Monday March 16 for three weeks through spring break. ONLINE INSTRUCTION AND ASSIGNMENTS WILL CONTINUE.  STUDENTS MUST CONTINUE TO COMPLETE ASSIGNMENTS. Please monitor your email and phones daily for updates.

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09Mar

CDE Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

The California Department of Education is monitoring the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and working closely with agency partners. Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) are encouraged to follow the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recommendations. LEAs should identify plans for communicating with families and consider learning supports for possible school…

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