2018-19 Suggestions

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By Appointment ONLY


EGUSD students who: have no health insurance or insurance that does not cover vaccines, or are MediCal eligible, or are American Indian or Alaskan Native. 
What you need to bring: A parent or legal guardian must accompany child, and bring your immunization records (yellow card) or "Out of Compliance" letter from the school.  
Immunizations provided: All immunizations required for school entry will be provided for students Kindergarten through 12th grade wanting to enter into Elk Grove Unified School District and the TDAP booster.
Immunization Clinic Information:
Friday, September 7, 2018
Robert L. Trigg Center, 9510 Elk Grove-Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624
By appointment ONLY EGUSD students only, ages 5-18.
For questions, please contact Patty Gonzalez at EGUSD student support and health services at 916-6865-7568 ext. 67207.

2019-20 Student Board Member

The California State Board of Education is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 Student Board Member position. Any student who is a California resident and enrolled in a public high school, will be senior in good standing in the 2019-20 school year, and will be available to attend a statewide student leader conference November 5th-November 8th in Sacramento.
For more information about 2019-20 student SBE Member Application, please visit or contact SBE by email at or by telephone at 16-319-0827. Complete applications must be received by 5 pm on Thusday, October 11, 2018.


2018-19 Resources for Teachers, Students, and Families

The California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) has arranged a statewide telephone number (1-844-841-4636) that can screen families and refer them to a community organization to help them understand the offers and sign up for a service for reduced cot internet.  Many affordable offers are available for a limited period s please act quickly.
1.CETF background
2. Toolkit for teachers:
3. Find participating organizations:

California Earned Income Tax Credit
Students and their families may be eligible for the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC). Eligible low-income workers can claim the Cal EITC at any time during the year. To date, 1.4 million Californians have claimed the credit, putting over $300 million back into their pockets. CalEITC4Me, the statewide outreach program for the tax credit, is joining community partners to help prepare families, for the new school year.

1. CalEITC4Me background:
2. CalEITC4Me calculator to determine eligibility and expected EITC:
3. File your taxes:

Student Mental Health
September is national suicide prevention awareness month. If you notice someone suffering or in need, please speak out and help point them toward assistance.

1. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:
2. California Department of Education Suicide Prevention web page:
3. California Department of Education Suicide Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup:
4. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Safety Reminder It is important that traffic laws are obeyed in order to keep our students and our community safe. Please, no U-turns on Atkins in front of the school. Students are running across Atkins to be picked up across the street from the school. Please drop-off and pick up your students at the school. There is a designated drop-off/pick-up zone on the South Side of the school and not in the fire lane in front of the school. Also, please talk to your students about limiting the back and forth to Food Stop throughout the day. 

Free DACA Legal Services

Please click on the flyer for a list of Free DACA Legal Services
Por favor revise el documento para una lista de Servicios Legales para DACA gratis





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