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  • Parent Summit "Transitions to Success"
    Join us to learn how to prepare your student for tranistions to college and career readiness at this one day workshop on Saturday, Oct. 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Mills Middle School.
    See the attached flyers for information about this event:  
    For additional information please go to the following webpage:
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  • Private, online applications available for free, reduced meals

    Free and reduced price meal applications are available, under the National School Lunch Program, to any family who believes they may qualify.

    Now you can apply in the comfort and privacy of your own home!  Click here to fill out the online application

    Not sure you'll use the program? That's OK! Apply anyway: your approval may qualify your family for other income-eligible services. Plus, our schools can receive more funding for vital resources based on the number of income-eligible households determined.  Learn more today

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  • Bring Your Own Device Policy
    Due to the district's acknowledgement of the importance of personally owned laptops, tablets and other portable devices' role in education, ETIS has announced the district's new BYOD Policy, approved by the FCUSD Board.
    Click here to view the policy concerning bringing your own device to connect to the district's WiFi network: FCUSD BYOD Policy 
    While it is important to know that ETIS wants your device to be safe while connected to the district's network, ETIS does not support or repair student or staff personally owned devices.
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  • Update: New immunization requirements

    Earlier this summer, Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 277 into law, eliminating the personal belief exemption from the vaccine requirement for school-age children. Please note: This change does not take effect until the 2016-17 school year. No immediate changes are taking effect. 
    Click here for answers to common questions our families may have. 
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  • Do You or Someone You Know Need Help Quitting?
    If you, or someone you know, would like assistance quitting smoking or using other tobacco products, there is help available.  Please refer to the attached list of community based resources that offer free or low cost assistance in tobacco cessation.
    MediCAL members may also get assistance from California Smokers Help Line, see the 1-800 - NO-BUTTS Flyer 
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