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Secondary Campus Reopening Updates

October 20, 2020
By Lance Haliday, JH/SH Principal

UPDATE:  Special Schedule for Friday, October 30th


Dear Parents and Jr./Sr. High School Students,

We continue to have good news about our planned reopening date of Wednesday, October 28!  Sutter County has only seven more days to go until the required 14-day period of staying in the red tier, at which time we may return to in-person instruction.  We are excited to have our students returning to the classrooms.

In order to ensure a healthy and safe learning environment for students and staff, we need to make some adjustments to the daily routine on campus.  Therefore, please read the High School Reopening Plan  (click to view) carefully.  Encourage your student to read it as well.  The High School Reopening Plan is intended to be an addendum to the overall FCS Reopening Plan as posted on our website. Click here to view the overall plan.

Parents must sign and submit to the office electronically or in person both the Parent Commitment and COVID-19 Notice and Release before students may come to class.  (Click each to download).

Parents are to diligently complete the myTempTracker health form on the school app daily.  Students or staff will not be allowed in class until the health form check is submitted.

Some reminders:
  • This Thursday, Oct. 22 is the last day that distance learning classes will meet via Zoom.
  • The deadline for achieving fundraising levels for Lion Run prizes is this Thursday, Oct. 22.
  • Virtual Chapel will still be done on Friday, Oct. 23.  
  • There will be no Zoom class meetings on Oct. 26 and 27; however, students will still have assignments to complete on these days.
  • Click to view the schedule of class meeting times on our new block schedule beginning Nov. 2.

Thank you again for your patience, support, and especially, your prayers. 

"Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." (Rom. 115:13) NKJV