March 15, 2019
WUSD Community Highlights
Summer Bridge Program - All incoming 9th grade students are invited to sign up for the River City High School (RCHS) Summer Bridge Program 2019.

Summer bridge programs are designed to ease the transition to high school and support a student’s educational journey by providing the academic skills and social resources needed to succeed in a high school environment.

Spaces are limited, so don’t let this exciting opportunity pass by. Please sign and return the application form to your child’s teacher or the district office by April 1, 2019.

Application forms are available in  English, Spanish, and  Russian.

If you have any questions, please contact the RCHS main office and ask for Deanna or Jamie at (916) 375-7800 ext. 2078 or 2077.
STU-CON 2019 - Our WUSD students use technology in their classrooms every day. Our students are writing stories, coding, creating movies, building robots, making music, and so much more. This event is a chance for the kids to share their knowledge and skills with our community! Come learn, explore, and play at STU-CON.

Find out more on the Facebook Event Page and we hope to see you in person at this year's Student-Powered Technology Fest! #Great2bWUSD #WUSDStuCon19

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
River City High School, 1 Raider Lane, West Sacramento
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Adult Education Survey – We are excited to hear from our community about your preferences and interest in our WUSD Adult Education Programs. Your input on these programs is critical to help us improve and expand our current efforts to provide more meaningful educational opportunities for you. Thank you in advance for your participation!

Take the survey or copy and paste the following link into your web browser:
St. Patrick's Day Parade - On Saturday March 16, 2019 the Southport and Westmore Oaks Marching Band is participating in the 23rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Old Sacramento. The event brings together hundreds of colorful marchers dressed in green, along with Irish and Highland dancers, pipe and drum bands, historic re-enactors and a variety of cultural organizations. 

Take advantage of this opportunity to join one of Northern California’s largest and most colorful parades and cheer on our amazing marching band students. Find out more on the Old Sacramento St. Patrick's Day Parade web page.