High schools in Citrus Heights will be holding virtual graduations for seniors on Monday and Tuesday, as traditional, in-person ceremonies were ruled out by administrators last month amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The San Juan Unified School District last week announced a decision to celebrate graduation through a live-streamed ceremony on YouTube.
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Citrus Heights City Council members on Thursday unanimously voted to accept a $606,000 grant to curb youth tobacco use over a three year period.
The San Juan Unified School District will be holding distribution events for elementary schools in Citrus Heights this Wednesday, to provide students with Chromebooks for distance learning.
Over the weekend, the California Interscholastic Federation held a scheduled teleconference meeting discussing the future of spring athletics, which has been in limbo amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Public schools in Citrus Heights are now extending closure until May 1st due to COVID-19 and are loaning laptops to students to continue online classes.
The Sentinel is making its coronavirus coverage available to all readers, with no subscription required. Please consider a digital subscription for just $3.99/mo. to support local news in Citrus Heights. By Marcus D. Smith–The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) held a meeting over the weekend discussing the future of the spring season for[Read More…]
The San Juan Unified School District’s Board of Education voted Tuesday to initiate a shift away from the current method of how voters elect members to serve on the school board, citing concerns that its current system of “at-large” elections could make the district subject to a California Voting Rights Acts (CVRA) lawsuit.