Dear Parents, Students and Friends,
Due to the current state of the coronavirus in Sacramento County and the requirements imposed by state officials, Jesuit cannot reasonably plan for in-person learning by the start of the school year. We are sure this comes as no surprise given the new school guidelines and 14-day COVID status timeframe we shared last week.
Dear Freshman Parent(s),
Your son has been sent an email to his Jesuit High School email account with instructions on how to access Powerschool and his Fall schedule. Parents will be emailed their access information for Powerschool during the first week of school. Please continue to check PowerSchool as it will have the most current version of your son’s schedule.
Each freshman schedule should contain the following courses:
Dear Parents, Students and Friends,
As families continue to process and work through the challenges of the ever-changing landscape that the COVID-19 pandemic presents, we want to remind you: we are in this together! This week’s message focuses on the multitude of opportunities that Jesuit High School Sacramento is uniquely positioned to provide despite the challenges of a pandemic. We are undertaking a conscious and dedicated effort to continue to provide a well-rounded experience for our students and community.
Sacramento, CA July 20, 2020 – As Jesuit High School Sacramento anticipated, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), the state’s governing body for high school athletics, announced today that the start of the sports season is being pushed back because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents, Students, and Friends,
Today, we wanted to share an update on the ongoing work of the Safe Return Task Force and school leadership. Our draft of a comprehensive Safe Return Plan has been crafted based on the guidance and recommendations from dozens of agencies and organizations in the areas of public health, educational technology, and Catholic education. As we communicated in our previous message and webinar, this next step in outlining our Safe Return Plan will include Jesuit’s plan on protection and precautions (virus mitigation, face coverings, cleaning, COVID response, the science behind our framework, etc.).
Hello, Class of 2024 Parents and Students!
Today marks the official first day of summer. Graduation has come and gone, our digital Summer School programs are in full swing, and that Sacramento summer heat is upon us. I hope that you and your families are happy, healthy, and enjoying the summer sun.
If you can take a quick break from summer fun – I wanted to make sure you have more information about the Class of 2024 Welcome Event we are hosting online next week.
A pre-note from Fr. McGarry, S.J.:
As you know, I have been away from campus for five weeks to receive medical treatment for a heart arrhythmia. I responded well to the treatment and time of rest, and I am happy to be returning to Jesuit High School Sacramento this weekend to resume my ministry as President.
Thank you for your prayers and support during my time of recuperation. The Jesuit High School community remained in my heart and prayers while I was away.
Our messages of congratulations are running on billboards across the area. Check them out through June 7. A special thank you to Marquee Media for making them possible!
“Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:31
To our Marauders – our students:
My heart is heavy. After speaking with several students, parents, and members of the faculty and staff over the last few days I wanted to reach out to you personally and directly. Let me start by saying that I unequivocally condemn the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many others. This is not and should not be a political statement but rather a matter of basic human dignity.