Community Period Calendar

The Community Period is intended to provide dedicated but flexible time for programming that will help us rebuild strong community and relationships (e.g. office hours, peer tutoring, club meetings, student-led activities, athletic team meetings, quiet study/homework time in Library, and other programming).


Service & Justice Speaker: Dr. Felicia Haecker
in Welcome Center during Community Period

Photo of Dr. Haecker

Bridging and Bonding through Brotherhood

Dr. Haecker is a certified Cornell University Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, holds a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership from the University of Massachusetts Global, a master’s from the University of Oklahoma, and a bachelor’s from Excelsior University. Dr. Haecker is also a highly decorated United States Air Force veteran and the Diversity Coordinator at St. Francis High School.

 “In this workshop, we will work together to understand how to connect with others through the lens of bridging and bonding. We will gain an understanding of these terms and learn how to apply them to help us feel more connected to others. We will also discuss scanning our environment to look for our brothers who are not easily able to connect with others and invite them to connect with us.” 

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Students register through MobileServe. 


School Calendar
What's happening for our Jesuit Sacramento community

Browse the Calendar section for ways to connect and stay engaged. Use the different views to flip between an event list or calendar grid and use the filter tabs to see all the events or reduce the content by topics such as Athletics, Counseling or Schedule. View the full calendar

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School Schedule FAQ
Frequently asked questions about the schedule, Collaboration, Community and Flex periods

About the Schedule

What are the benefits of this schedule?

The schedule maintains classroom instructional time and frequency of class meetings while also providing more structured opportunities for students to feel like they are part of the campus community by improving access to teachers, re-emphasizing clubs and other co-curricular programs, and giving space and time for new programs for student support to take shape and help our students flourish.