Weekly Updates


Weekly Updates
Current and past weekly school email communications

The “Weekly Update” is sent to current families and students at the end of the week – usually each Thursday evening via email. Filled with upcoming events and announcements, we hope you find it a helpful tool to stay connected to your Jesuit Sacramento community.

  • The last edition for the 2023-2024 school year will be Thursday, May 17, 2024.
  • Summer editions will be June 13 and July 11.
  • Regular weekly Thursday editions will return in August for the 2024-2025 school year.

Summer Update – July 15

Parents and Friends,

The excitement for the start of the 2022-23 school year is growing, and our planning for the opening of school is nearly finalized. I am pleased to report that our staffing is fully complete. As we work to onboard the newest members of our faculty and staff, we also prepare to welcome over 275 freshmen into the Jesuit family. The physical campus is getting its final touches for our return with the new stadium field installed, half of the campus repainted, and four classrooms fully renovated as part of our annual classroom refresh project. 


Weekly Update – May 26

Dear Parents, Students, Faculty, and Staff

Congratulations Class of 2022! A reminder to our returning families that we will switch to a monthly update over the summer—June 15 and July 15.

A few upcoming dates to keep in mind:


Weekly Update – May 12

Let us all remember to take a breath as we prepare for our finals week. This time of year is a bittersweet transition—we get ready to send forth our Class of 2022 as Men for Others, and we welcome our newest Marauders!  Class of 2026 don’t forget to check your Welcome page for events, info, and resources. A.M.D.G.


Weekly Update – May 5
Using good practices now to ensure we enjoy safe end-of-year events

Over the last few weeks, there have been reports of a small uptick in COVID cases throughout the Sacramento region and in a few local schools. As has usually been the case, we have also seen a similar uptick in cases reported amongst our community. 

We want to remind you of several key practices that can help everyone in our community to remain safe from COVID so we can enjoy and celebrate our upcoming events:

  1. Masking, particularly in indoor settings, is one way you can protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID. Please remember that masks are strongly encouraged but not required at school events.

Weekly Update – March 24

Student Class Schedule Balancing Period (March 28-April 13)

At this time we have a freeze on all changes to students’ 2022-2023 academic schedules as we finish up the process at each grade level. Starting Monday, March 28, and up until we depart for Easter Break, we will allow students to request minor changes to their schedule to balance the rigor of their courses. Our ability to honor such requests will be limited, however, so students should meet all prerequisites for a course they are requesting; there will not be an opportunity to appeal. (The appeals process is now closed for all grade levels except rising sophomores, who have until the end of the day tomorrow, March 25. Appeals decisions will be sent out the week of April 4.) We will make changes to students’ course requests based on space available in individual courses, so not all requests will be honored. Please keep in mind that these changes do not guarantee the course will be on a student’s official schedule for the fall. Seniors especially should know that their requests may conflict when we build the master schedule. Any student wishing to make a change to his course requests during this period should contact his counselor directly.

Cafe Purchases Require Student ID

For a variety of reasons, some instances of unauthorized charges for food from the cafeteria were reported last week. In response to this issue, we have returned to the exclusive use of student ID cards to purchase food from the cafeteria. Therefore, effective Tuesday, March 22nd, all students are required to scan their student ID and show their card to the clerk to purchase any food or beverage items from the cafeteria. No items will be sold without a student ID card present. Since students have always been required to have their physical ID card in their possession when they are on campus, this change does not place an undue burden on any students. By having their ID card ready for use prior to arriving at the cash register, our students have also helped to make the process of securing lunch more efficient, which has resulted in more time for them to eat and enjoy a well-earned break in the middle of the school day. For students worried about forgetting or misplacing their ID card, we have suggested placing the ID card in their cell phone case. Should a student find themselves in a position where they forgot their ID card at home, they should check into the Dean’s Office prior to going to the cafeteria so that we can ensure that they can still get food that day. In addition, if a student loses or misplaces his student ID card and needs a replacement, student ID cards are available for purchase and can be reprinted in the Dean’s Office for $10.


Weekly Update – February 17

Please check your email for the latest edition of the Counseling Newsletter! The latest edition sent on Tuesday, February 15 is full of important dates and information for all grade levels.


Weekly Update – January 27
Health & Safety Update

In recent weeks, Jesuit has monitored several social media accounts that feature photos of students and staff and their property without their permission. Taking pictures or recording students or staff for personal use without their consent and knowledge is not allowed. Some of the content found on these accounts is highly inappropriate and could lead to severe consequences.