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SDC Parent Meeting
The day and time of our monthly SDC Parent Meeting has been changed to the last Thursday of the month at 5:30pm. Our next meeting will be March 30, 2017 at 5:30pm at the District Office.
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The Mayor’s Cup is coming!!!
Friday, October 28th at 7 p.m. at RVHS Stadium. Are you Team YCHS or Team RVHS?
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Art at Sutter County Supt.
River Valley High School and Yuba City High School have filled the halls at the Sutter County Superintendent of Schools office with student artwork. Sutter County Superintendent of Schools office is open to the Public Monday - Friday 8 AM to 5 PM
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Union decision to strike puts students and their families last
After union’s repeated rejections of talks, decision is not surprising
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YCUSD statement on union leaders’ move toward strike
Union leaders’ zeal for strike is disappointing and puzzling YCTA must keep promise to community, provide specific advance notice.
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RELEASE/STATEMENT ON PERB INJUNCTION FILING
The Yuba City Unified School District notified YCTA leadership today that it will file a formal request with a state labor board to block a planned teachers strike and require union leaders to return to negotiations.
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An update for YCUSD Families
View a letter regarding the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year.
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PE Specialists
YCUSD is hiring teachers for all grade levels. Our schools feature rich learning environments for our students and support programs that help teachers excel.
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At YCUSD, music is center stage.
At some districts, budget cuts have made music an afterthought. At YCUSD, music is center stage. We’re proud to offer vocal and instrumental instruction in elementary, middle and high school, and proud of the professionals who bring music into the lives of our community’s children. Our community has made a great investment in schools that enrich students’ lives and help them succeed.
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YCUSD has a lower student-to-counselor ratio
YCUSD brings social, emotional, and academic support to students each day and in every school. One main source of support are school counselors, and YCUSD has a lower student-to-counselor ratio than most other districts. Our community has worked hard to create and advance schools that put students first and give them the support they need to succeed.
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