Any school aged child can get free meals from ANY of the school
locations. You do not need to be a student at a particular
school to get free meals. Please take advantage of this
service provided to our community by SCUSD.
Hours and days have changed! Meals will now be available
from 10-12 Monday – Thursday. 8 students per car.
Each student will receive breakfast, lunch, and a snack.
Meals will no longer be served in the evening.
During our district closure, we share our community’s deep
concern for student learning. We have collected some of the very
best, free online learning options and we hope these will support
our students to continue their learning at home.
Our students can also access our district’s Clever
Platform to use additional educational resources. This is
also a great time for students to do independent reading.
SCUSD families are able to access the internet for free!
Comcast XFinity Wifi Hotspots across the country open and
free. Many of these hotspots are in neighborhoods and might be
accessible from your home.
Comcast Internet Essentials: New Internet Essentials
customers will receive two free months of Internet service, which
is available to all qualified low-income households for
$9.95/month plus tax. Apply by April 30, 2020.
AT&T Access: offering two months of free service to new
Access customers who order by April 30, 2020. $5/mo or $10/mo
thereafter, depending on your speed.
Consolidated Communications Free Hotspot Access: Families can
call 1.844.YOUR.CCI to gain free access to Wi-Fi hotspots
Verizon Wireless: Verizon is offering two months of waived
internet and voice service for Lifeline customers and low income
households starting April 3, 2020
If you experience difficulty accessing the link above, please
see other reduced cost internet access options.
The Governing Board is committed to maintaining a learning
environment that is free of harassment. The Board prohibits
the unlawful sexual harassment of any student by an employee,
student or other person at the school electronically or at any
school-related activity. Any prohibited conduct that occurs
off campus or outside of school-related or school sponsored
programs or activities will be regarded as sexual harassment in
violation of district policy if it has a continuing effect on or
creates a hostile school environment for the complainant or
victim of the conduct. Parents/guardians have the right to
receive the district’s sexual harassment policy as
it related to students. (Education Code 231.5.
48980(g)) Any student who engages in the sexual harassment
of anyone at school or a school-related activity shall be subject
to disciplinary action.
The Governing Board prohibits sexual harassment in the working
environment of district employees or applicants by any person in
any form. Employees who permit or engage in such harassment
may be subject to disciplinary action us to and including
dismissal. Complaints may be filed with site administrator
or department supervisor for initial attempts at resolution.
Title IX Site Coordinator: Pedro Garibay,
(916) 395-5050 x503021
District Title IX Officers
Student Related Issues: Stephan Brown, Director, Student
Hearing and Placement Department (916) 643-9425
Employee Related Issues: Cancy McArn, Chief Human
Resources Officer (916) 643-7474
For more information, please visit the district’s website at
After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs)
The After School Safety & Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs), is an
Expanded Learning program at C. K. Mc Clatchy High School. In
partnership with the Sacramento City Unified School district and
Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center, we provide elective
credit classes, enrichment courses and tutoring opportunities to
all students. Our elective credit classes take place during 0 and
7th period. Our tutoring services are available
in the library after school.
As an extension of the regular school day, ASSETs promotes
diversity, equitable access, and a healthy lifestyle through wich
our Lions thrive. ASSETs works closely with the College and
Career coordinator to provide students with higher education
opportunities and financial aid resources. Additionally,
our tutors/mentors help all interested seniors with senior
Before & After School Credit Classes (0, 7th, & 8th period)
Homework Help (Tutoring in Math, English, Spanish and
Senior Project guidance
College and Career resources
Family Literacy Opportunities
Free Afternoon Meals
0 Period: M,T,W, & TH (7:14AM - 8:13 AM)
7th Period: M,T, W, & F (3:18PM – 4:20PM)
Tutoring: M, T, W, & F (3:18PM – 5:45PM) & TH (2:18PM –
Supper: M, T, W, & F (4:20PM – 4:45PM) & TH (3:20PM – 3:45PM)
CKM counselors provide services in educational counseling as well
as personal/social counseling. Students are assigned a counselor
based on the first letter of their last name, or if they are an
Academy or EL/Bilingual student.
Located in Room 28A, the Student Support Center on the CKM
campus is focused on promoting the integration of community and
school resources to ensure student success. Student Support
Center includes academic and attendance support, resolution
of mental or physical health issues, and enhancing the
self-sufficiency of students and families (clothing, housing,