Bancroft Blast 4/22/2021
Dates For Your Calendar
Intra/Inter District Permit Applications - April 1st-May 3rd
Open Enrollment On-Line Registration - April12th-23rd
Family Dine-Out Night - April 29th Leatherby’s
It’s allergy time! Kleenex donations for the classrooms would be greatly appreciated!
NEWS From SCUSD
2021-2022 Enrollment: Fall registration for the 21/22 school year started on April 1, 2021.
Parents have two options to register. They can go to the online link below and choose the 21/22 school year from the drop down menu: https://www.scusd.edu/enrollment-center-k-12
Parents can also come to the Enrollment Center and receive in person
support at our information desk:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 8am to 3pm, Friday 8am to 11am
Summer hours we will close on Friday for in person support.
Our self-service lobby where parents can pick up and drop off hard copy applications in our K-12 drop box will be open:
Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm - Closed Holidays.
Transportation on Sac RTAdded trips and a reminder to RydeFree: Youth in grades TK through 12 can take advantage of RydeFree RT, the fare-free transit program for youth and students. With RydeFreeRT, youth can ride the entire SacRT transit network, including SacRT buses, light rail, and SmaRT Ride on-demand microtransit service for FREE! RydeFreeRT is available all day, any day of the week during regular SacRT service hours.
Due to distribution limitations resulting from COVID-19, all a student needs to ride for free is a student ID card or a RydeFreeRT card. No sticker is required to ride. Youth who are experiencing homelessness or taking part in foster programs are also allowed to participate in the program, regardless of current residence or school address.
For students and youth who need a replacement card or don’t have a student ID can visit SacRT’s Customer Service and Sales Center located at 1225 R Street (adjacent to the 13th Street Station).
Extra Trips: Starting April 22nd SacRT is adding additional routes to the 200 series bus service.
For more information, visit RydeFreeRT.com
Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP): Please Help Us Better Support Our Students, Families and StaffProvide Feedback for SCUSD’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)SCUSD is seeking the input of all stakeholders to help us develop our new Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). With a wide range of needs and limited resources, it is important that we understand the priorities of our community to guide plans for the future. Your input will help us to understand what is most important, what has been working well, and where we need to focus our future efforts.
Fill Out the LCAP Survey by April 28, 2021
The LCAP survey is open to all students, parents/caregivers, staff, and community members. It asks you to share your experience and awareness of specific district programs and services. It also provides an opportunity to provide your additional input on what is working well and what still needs to be addressed. The survey is anonymous and no names or emails will be collected. The online survey is available in Spanish, Hmong, Chinese, Vietnamese, and English. This is the link for the English version: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc77VKy8I8S-PwZGeM5bdU-cukcjlcQFpEQx92huBqgvn9eCQ/viewform
Covid Immunization Opportunity: See the attached flyer for a vaccination opportunity for citizens of Rancho Cordova, on Friday, April 23rd, between 2PM and 6PM.
Stay Home and Return to School Requirements
Please see the attached flyer from the District regarding illness now that so many students are physically back to school. Briefly, if a student is scheduled to be “In Person” but are sick they must be 24 hour fever free w/o medication AND symptoms have improved AND have a negative Covid test (available for students through the school if needed) OR a doctor provides a note for alternative diagnosis OR 10 days have passed since the first symptoms appeared. Please refer to the flyer for more detail.
Runny Noses/Seasonal Allergies
We have been informed by SCUSD Health Services when a student goes through the morning health screening and indicate they have a runny nose, sneezing, and /or coughing due to seasonal allergies they MUST have a verification from their doctor on-file with the office.The verification must include the student’s name, birthdate and verification signed by the doctor’s office stating that the symptoms are due only to seasonal allergies. The note may be sent to the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the teacher.
If a note is not on file the student will be sent home