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Educating the Whole Child

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Our mission at Theodore Judah Elementary School is to promote confidence and responsibility in our students through an enriched and engaging approach to teaching the core curriculum. The staff works together with our community partners to create an environment where people feel valued and safe so that each student can develop the skills to access core curriculum and to meet grade level standards. Our emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, strong communications skills and appreciation for diversity provides all of our students an avenue for success in the 21st century.

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Theodore Judah Elementary School 24-25 Info
Missed a tour? Here is some info.

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Hello and welcome perspective families for the 24-25 school year.  Our school tours for the upcoming year have concluded.  However, if you find that you were unable to make it to a tour, below you will find the packet of information given at the tours.  Please contact the office if you have any additional questions 916-395-4790. 

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Theodore Judah Student Support Center

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About

Students and families experience many challenges these days, and you may find yourself searching for support. You’ve come to the right place! 

The mission of the Theodore Judah Student Support Center is to provide students, and their families, with mental health and wellness services, referrals, and resources to support you in your personal growth. We can help with social-emotional education, housing needs & supplies, referrals to community resources, and much more. 

(916) 603-4645

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Theodore Judah Student Support Center

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About

Students and families experience many challenges these days, and you may find yourself searching for support. You’ve come to the right place! 

The mission of the Theodore Judah Student Support Center is to provide students, and their families, with mental health and wellness services, referrals, and resources to support you in your personal growth. We can help with social-emotional education, housing needs & supplies, referrals to community resources, and much more. 

(916) 603-4645

Report an Absence

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To report your student’s absence, please complete this web form or call the office at (916) 395-4790.

Read each option thoroughly and select the reason that best describes your student’s absence. Please note that office staff may call to verify as necessary.

Allow 1-2 school days for attendance to be processed.

THANK YOU for helping your student attend as often as possible in order to stay on track. Attendance MATTERS!

 If you would like to request homework, please email your teacher directly.

Complete Your LCFF Application
About the LCFF Application

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All families play a critical role in ensuring our Sacramento City Unified schools are properly funded. You can do your part by completing the required Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) application.

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) application is available online through October 31, 2022.  https://scusd.rocketscanapps.com/default.aspx