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09Aug

NEW LAW EXPANDS GRADING AND RECOVERY OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS

A new bill, AB 104, was recently passed and provides options for students and parents/guardians to address learning recovery needs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill focuses on three major areas: student retention, grading and graduation policies. Student Retention for 2021-22 Parents/guardians of students enrolled in kindergarten…

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 -…

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…

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…

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.

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…

11Feb

Seniors - Don't miss the College Field Trips!

Seniors, don't miss our College Field Trips. We will go on the ARC Field Trip on February 26 at 12:30PM. We will tour the campus of American River College. Come see what ARC has to offer! (Majors, Certificates and Degrees) We also plan on visiting Sierra College on March 18th…

05Feb

Financial Aid Deadline for FAFSA-Cal Grant

Seniors! Do not miss the financial aid deadline for FAFSA-Cal Grant on March 2nd, 2020. This is the deadline for students who may qualify for a Cal Grant and plan on attending post-secondary school in the Fall of 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Martine Cermak at mcermak@sanjuan.edu …

28Jan

Senior Meetings - Graduation Ceremony Details

Seniors, please attend one of these events to receive all your graduation ceremony details. All graduating Seniors must attend. There are 4 dates with 5 possible times. Please attend one session so you are aware of the deadlines for cap and gown orders. You will have time to sign up…

04Mar

A Great Resource - the Parent Tool Kit

  We came across a great resource for parents and wish to share it with you. It's a website called Parent Toolkit. Created and developed by NBC News Learn and Pearson website, it offers information about almost every aspect of a child's development. Healthy, successful children can excel in many…

03Mar

School Bullying Can Leave Lifelong Scars

As a society, we are more aware of bullying than ever. We hear about bullying regularly in social media outlets and on the news. But how really damaging is bullying? Here's a few statistics. According to a 2015 report from the U.S. Department of Education, when students are bullied as children,…

06Jun

Introduction to Growth Mind Set starts 6/13!

This summer our counselor, Martine Cermak and counseling intern, Jade Owen, will be running a group for middle school students current 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Choices.  The group will be an introduction to growth mindset, the concept of changing the way students feel about their mistakes and failures and…

04May

Charter School Facts

In honor of National Charter Schools Week, we hope you enjoy some interesting facts.  

04Apr

Students attend the Sacramento Speaker Series...for free!

Did you know that every year, Choices Charter School invites 5 to 10  students to attend the Sacramento Speaker Series events for free? On top of it, the students may arrive early and participate in a special Q&A session with the speaker before the actual presentation begins.  It provides interested students…

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