The Crocker/Riverside Staff extends a warm welcome to all the students and their parents. Crocker/Riverside is a wonderful neighborhood school with a tradition of high student achievement, academic success for all students, and outstanding parent involvement. We believe in our students and their educational success is our focus.
On Saturday, April 27th, 2019 the Crocker/Riverside PTO will host its Annual Spring Social. The Spring Social is the biggest parents-only social event of the year. More importantly, it is one of the largest fundraisers for the school.
Last year’s “Denim & Diamonds” event was a giant success – live music, fun games, great food, and over $30,000 was raised for our school. And we want this year’s event to be even better!
Check out the Spring Social page to learn more!
We understand many families are making plans now for next school year. To help with your planning, the District would like to share its proposed academic calendar for the 2019-20 school year. Under our proposal, the first day of school would be August 14, 2019. The last day of school would be May 28, 2020. Click here to view the District’s full proposed calendar for next school year.
The money raised supports a breadth of educational programs for all Crocker/Riverside students including classroom enrichment, field trips, and music, science, computer, and arts programs. Funds raised at this year’s event will ensure that these programs can continue — and potentially even expand — next year!
Here are some key event details:
Date: Saturday, April 27th, 6-10pm at B’nai Israel Temple
Price: $35/person (goes up to $40/person on April 1). Scholarships are available.
What: Live and silent auctions, catered food and no-host bar (including margaritas!), Wall of Wine, raffle and other games, live music by local surf rock band, the Funicellos, and more fun than you can shake a stick at!
All proceeds benefit our students!
The Sacramento City Unified School District announced in a video statement on Wednesday that it has managed to find millions in cost savings, with most cuts being made away from the classroom. However, Superintendent Aguilar and Board President Jessie Ryan warned that these cuts will not be enough to entirely address the district’s structural deficit.