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Constitution Day – Sept. 17, 2021

We the people can make history.

Elk Grove Unified recognizes today, September 17, 2021, as #ConstitutionDay. This day commemorates the September 17, 1787 formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution.

Visit the National Constitution Center website to learn how to bring constitutional education to your students through storytelling and habits of civil dialogue and reflection:

September is National Suicide Prevention Month

It’s okay to talk about suicide.

Elk Grove Unified recognizes the month of September as National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is a major cause of death among youth and should be taken seriously. EGUSD has school counselors, psychologists and mental health therapists available at our schools. If you or anyone you know needs help, please use our counselors, psychologists, and mental health therapists as resources, in addition to the information provided on the EGUSD Prevention webpage:

You can also call the Local Suicide Prevention Crisis Line: (916) 368-3111 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-TALK (800-273-8255)


Virtual Back to School Bash and Dance

Our amazing PFO is again hosting our Virtual Back to School Bash and Dance with hosts DJ Villalta spinning tunes and Mr. Hock bringing the dance moves. Pull out your strobe globes, glow sticks and dance apparel…or Spartan gear… and join us for a dance party from 6:30-7:30 on Thursday, August 26. Please have your child enter their full name, first and last and no nicknames, so we ensure that we are letting in our students and families as other visitors are not allowed. Here is the link to the event: Thank you!
Martin Hock is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.  Get the Zoom information from your teacher!!!

Safety Plan / Vaccine Clinic / Health Order

Please find the link to our EGUSD Revised Safety Plan. Please click on the link to read and give input to our district.


We also have an upcoming vaccine clinic. Please find details in the link.


Here is the latest Sacramento County health order for your reference.

July 2021 is Developmental Disability Awareness Month

March is a special time to recognize the wonderful and unique people that we are blessed to serve.

“Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), a group made up of over 200 million people, representing every country, belief system, gender, and ethnicity, continue to be excluded and isolated from their peers in schools, workplaces and communities.  You can combat the hurtful and dehumanizing effects of exclusion.

Inclusion is a skill that each of us can learn and practice.  It builds togetherness through difference and community through adversity.  Make it a personal priority to see others, hear others and value others through inclusion.

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