In the fall of eighth grade, students begin the process of identifying which high school to attend. Some may attend their neighborhood high school; others apply to many of the district’s small high schools or specialized programs which accept students on a space available basis or through a competitive application process.
Students attending their neighborhood high school are automatically enrolled based on their address; they are registered in the spring.
Parents are encouraged to learn about the wide variety of high school choices available throughout the district. Important enrollment information is available from the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD).
The first Produce for All distribution at Hiram Johnson HS yesterday afternoon was an incredible success! We served a total of 875 individuals in 174 households in just one hour. This is remarkable for a first-time distribution and is, so far, the largest distribution of the month. We are very confident that this distribution will continue to grow.
The Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services will be giving free produce to families in our community on the second Thursday of each month from 4:00 – 5:00 beginning March 9, 2017. Families are welcome to stop by the Hiram Johnson Parking Lot to pick up free produce.
As some of you may have heard, our Superintendent Jose Banda has elected not to seek his contract extension beyond this school year. The district will be hosting a series of community meeting as part of the new superintendent search process.
We want to engage the community and education stakeholders about the characteristics that you want to see in our next superintendent. The district will be hosting one of the meetings at Hiram Johnson High School on February 27th from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM in the Littler Theater.