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Sacramento Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall Patnership

Sacramento Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall Patnership

The Sacramento Community is coming together to keep arts alive in schools. The Collaboration between Sacramento Philharmonic and Carnegie Hall partnership culminates in grand performance this coming Thursday, May 19th when over 2,200 students, third to sixth grade, will fill the Capital Christian Center Auditorium for an interactive performance that is the result of a yearlong program with the goal of engaging underserved school children with a meaningful music experience.

This started In March 2010, after years of reaching children through music, Michael Morgan and the Sacramento Philharmonic were one of a select few orchestras throughout the nation contacted by the prestigious organization to expand the "Weil Music Institute at Carnegie Hall- LinkUP for Music Education".

Every 15 Minutes at St. Francis High School - 2011

On April 5, St. Francis High School participated in the "Every 15 Minutes" program designed to educate students about the consequences of drunk driving.  See News10's coverage of the event.

To view the video produced by the St. Francis students, click here:http://stfrancishs.ca.schoolwebpages.com/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=2826&

Sutter Middle School's open house: Effects of education cuts

Sutter Middle School's open house: Effects of education cuts

Sutter Middle School parents and students will host an open house at 6:30 p.m. tonight at 3150 I Street, 95816 to show the community what Sacramento schools are likely to look like if the Legislature fails to address California’s $26 billion budget deficit. 

Forty desks crammed into a classroom? Sports banners showing championships never won? Disappearing teachers?

Governor Jerry Brown has said that if the Legislature will not agree to put the tax extensions on the ballot, he will move to an “all cuts” budget, triggering massive school layoffs, and a loss of programs such as sports, summer school and bus transportation.

Sutter parents and students are very concerned about the looming cuts and have developed tonight’s unique open house for the community to help put a bigger spotlight on the problem.

Sac State internship program ranked among nation's best

Capital Fellows program again ranked among nation’s top 10 internships

Sacramento State’s Capital Fellows program has for the second consecutive year been recognized as one of the nation’s best internships by career development website Vault.com.

The program places students in full-time staff positions in the State Legislature, executive branch and court system.

Vault.com reviewed 821 programs and based its top 10 on “mentorship availability, career advancement opportunities, intern involvement/capacity for learning, compensation, perks, industry clout and work culture.”

Also in the top 10 were such lofty internship programs as Google, Garmin International, NASA, J.P. Morgan and the Smithsonian Institution.

Sacramento State’s Center for California Studies administers the program. Fellows work for 10 to 11 months in one of 64 full-time positions as staff members in the Assembly, Senate, executive branch or in the California court system.

CA experiencing increased flu activity

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reports overall influenza activity is on the increase and cases are now present in both Southern California and Northern California. 

“Flu has the potential to cause serious illness and even death,” said CDPH Director Dr. Mark Horton. “But there is something people can do about it. I urge all Californians to get a flu shot and take other preventive measures to reduce exposure to influenza.”

This year CDPH is recommending flu vaccine for everyone six months of age and older. Vaccine is plentiful and available throughout the state.

To stop the spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses, Californians should:
• Stay home when sick. Limiting contact limits the spread of disease.
• Cover your cough or sneeze.

Sacramento area high school speech students to compete to qualify for state championships

Hundreds of Sacramento area high school students from 23 local schools will take part in the Capitol Valley Forensic League’s annual tournament to vie for a chance to compete at the State Championships, which will take place April 15 to 17 at San Diego State University.

Students will compete in 12 events, broken down into three categories: Original, Interpretive and Spontaneous events.

“Prepare to be awed and inspired by some of the brightest and outstanding students in the region,” said June Read, President of the Capitol Valley Forensic League. “These students have been preparing all year for this event. They will make you laugh, think, cry and give you confidence in our state’s future.”


Folsom Little League Coaching Clinic

Folsom Little League Coaching Clinic

Little League Coaching Clinic with Big Al is this Saturday, Feb. 26 at Sutter Middle School in Folsom.