Our 2019-20 LCS2019-20-RCS-LCS-LCAP-06-05-19 LCAP is attached. I am pleased at the involvement of our entire school community for their input on this important annual document. Our goal is to ensure that all staff, students, families and community members feel involved in our process.
Lighthouse Charter School is committed to our families, staff, students and school community. Our efforts to select our new Principal have been extensive and I am pleased to welcome Ms. Hope Migliaccio to our team. Ms. Migliaccio comes to us with years of experience as a school admi
Dear Lighthouse Charter School Families, I would like to wish all our families a wonderful break with friends and family. Your support during our first year on our permanent location has been remarkable. The vision we created for this school community is becoming a reality. We have
Our partnership with CSUS is something that truly sets us apart from so many schools in our region. You have heard me say on many occasions that our staff is committed to making a positive impact on our school community and your children. Growing up today is challenging and what I h
Attention all RCS Families and Guardians: Due to worsening air quality, and out of an abundance of caution, River Charter Schools, along with all other school districts in Yolo County and Sacramento County, is closing our two school sites tomorrow. The health and safety of our
Good afternoon RCS Parents and Guardians: In an effort to answer questions regarding the safety of our school community, I am providing the following information: Common questions regarding Air-Quality: How are decisions made to cancel school? River Charter Schools is carefully monito
Good morning LCS families, We continue to monitor the Air Quality Index to ensure our students, staff and school community are safe while at school. We understand many of our families are counting on us to provide students with a safe and supervised school environment. We take this re
Good evening families, This is your Superintendent Steve Lewis: the recent wildfires have caused air-quality in the Sacramento region to reach unhealthy levels. When school resumes tomorrow, students will be asked to stay indoors during recess and lunch break. I have asked both admin
The River Charter Schools’ Executive Team spent yesterday focused on how we can continue to improve our organization to ensure that the educational experience for our students, staff and school community is at the highest level. Steve Lewis, Superintendent
What an amazing day for RCS. Today we joined thousands of educators from around the world in the “Rock Your School” event focused on keeping students engaged in learning by making our day fun with math and language arts activities. Come by one of our schools for a tour.