High school seniors may feel that they are done with most of the heavy lifting to finish school and start college. Applications were submitted applications a few months ago and you are now waiting to hear back from the schools.
On Friday, March 13, 2020, all 13 local Sacramento County school districts announced plans for school closures due to the coronavirus outbreak. That last day of school felt anticlimactic – there were no big goodbyes or instructions for
Your college applications are submitted, the next step is “The Waiting Game.” Waiting to hear back on admissions decisions. You might feel excitement, nervousness, relief or uncertainty. Remember to stay confident and try not to worry. You still have some
In the midst of a trial, remember “stars can’t shine without darkness.”
Life is made of ups and downs, mountain tops of accomplishments and valleys of struggle, but we continue moving forward. We persist because we believe things
WHEN SCHOOLS CLOSED, FUTURE SACRAMETO REMAINED OPEN
Students have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. School closures have created challenges, especially for low-income, first-in-family students. Campus closures, social distancing, and stay-at-home orders have disconnected students
Our four new college freshman have now all begun classes, as of yesterday! Jennifer and Monica began at UC Davis and Hsin began at UCI this week. Tatiana has been in classes at UCB for over a month now. (UCB
Back to school is nearly here! It is exciting each year as the school year approaches. Students, parents, teachers, and supporters like Future Sacramento have been eagerly awaiting how students will return to school for the 2020-2021 academic year. This
The Desert : #1
“…plants that insisted on living where survival seemed impossible.”
Did the plans choose to live in the desert and struggle?