Weekly Updates

Update

Staying Connected – Mar 5

Spring is in the air! Our campus looks alive as new opportunities bloom in student activities and athletics. Alumni will soon be welcomed back for in-person Alumni Family Mass and the Class of 2021 graduation planning is in full swing with some exciting updates to share.

Read on for details and be sure to check the school calendar regularly as more activities will be added daily.

Update

Staying Connected – Feb 19

We hope everyone had a restful mid-semester break. And now, we are back to school! Deadlines, events, and opportunities are included in this week’s Staying Connected.  

Update

Staying Connected – Feb 12

Although it is only February, Jesuit Sacramento is already looking ahead on the calendar. Please find upcoming student activities, a fun lead-up event to the Jesuit Auction, and some exciting news about our Summer at Jesuit programs. 

We are pleased to announce Greg Harcos ‘89 as the new Director of Summer Programs and many of our summer offerings, including the high school classes, are already open for registration. 

Read more below and enjoy your holiday!

Update

Staying Connected – Jan 29

Dear Parents, Students, Faculty and Staff,

As many in our Sacramento region are cleaning up from the storms, so is Jesuit High School. Our Building and Grounds team has been caring for the campus non-stop on our 56 acres since dawn on Wednesday so we are prepared to welcome you back to campus.  Today’s Staying Connected update is a bit of “housekeeping,” too, with reminders and announcements of some upcoming events.

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Staying Connected – Jan 22

Dear Parents, Students, Faculty and Staff,

This last week has been full of the joy and life that we have been working so hard to provide for the last six months. Approximately 600 people were tested for each screening cycle in the most efficient and seamless process to date. Integrating this process into the daily experience has provided a layer of safety that our teachers, staff, students, and parents have come to appreciate. The screening program, combined with the other virus mitigation protocols, has allowed Jesuit to invite any student who chooses to return to campus to be able to do so five days each week.  

Update

Special Testing Message
For those that missed the on-campus drive through PCR test

If you are receiving this message, Jesuit has noted that you are currently distance learning for one of two reasons:

  • Family Choice to Distance Learn: Many of you have proactively made the choice to have your student remain home and Distance Learn, and we will continue to support you as we move further into the second semester. If at a future time you wish your student to return to campus, please contact Meghan Blees for information on when the next Return to Campus Orientation will be held.
  • Student Missed PCR Test:  You missed or chose, at that time, not to participate in the all-school drive-through PCR testing opportunity and would like an opportunity to return to campus without waiting the additional two weeks. 
Update

Staying Connected – Jan 8
Back on campus for second semester and academic planning underway for next school year

Dear Parents, Students, Faculty and Staff,

These timely details and reminders will help us in our return to school next week. We are ready to welcome our students back onto the campus for the full week!

Additionally, you will see important academic planning already underway for our students’ 2021-2022 class schedule.

As a reminder, these weekly communications are also posted to the website and the bundled items can also be searched for on the website.   

Update

Staying Connected – Dec 11

Please read the information below for the finals week schedule, events and happenings for the week ahead. We wish our students and community the happiest of holidays, and we will keep you all in our prayers as we enter repetitions and finals week. May our students feel quiet strength, calm minds, and steady focus as they prepare for and take their exams. 

 

 

 

Update

Staying Connected – Dec 4 – A time for reflection and preparation
We want to hear from you - end of Fall Semester Family Survey

Parents and Friends,

With the end of the semester approaching, it is time to evaluate and reflect on the current hybrid learning experience in preparation for the second semester. Your input is very important to us and, as such, we are asking that families respond to this survey by Wednesday, December 9. Your feedback will allow us to better understand your experiences and desires to help guide our plans for the Spring semester. 

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Staying Connected – Nov 20

For this week’s important communication from the President, please click here or scroll below for the copy of Jesuit Conversations.

Parents and Friends,

This morning our Faculty and Staff explored the transformational power of gratitude with prayer and reflection. We would like to share one of our reflections to send you and your families off on the Thanksgiving holiday. May you return from break rested, restored, and full of love.

A passage from Gratitude by Joyce Rupp:

Update

Staying Connected – Oct 23
We are back on our campus and looking forward to upcoming events!

Parents and Friends,

We have concluded our first week of our phased return to campus using the hybrid learning model. We were delighted to see our students on campus, engaging with their peers, and attending classes. We had over 800 students on campus and screened almost 900 students and employees. It is helpful to think about this as just the beginning. Each week we will learn more and discover how to enhance the daily student experience. 

Update

Staying Connected – Oct 16
Training, Screening and Return to Campus Update

Dean Theodule leads two students in training

Jesuit High School has now completed our all-class training week ahead of our return to campus that included our first antigen screening performed by Urgent Care Now (UCN), a presentation from school administrators, and a campus tour with specific attention to the various elements for virus mitigation. The student presence on campus was a welcome sight to faculty and staff who have been apart from students for so many months.