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May 21, 2020


Hello families and students, 


We’re here with another round of answers to this week’s FAQ. As information changes, we encourage you to stay current on the latest updates from our state here and our district here.  


If you have other questions or concerns, please contact your principal. We are here for you, and want to get your questions answered!


1. How does the parent/student choice grading system work?

For the 4th quarter grades, parents/students get to choose which grading option they want:  letter grades or credit/no credit. Please indicate which grading model your student chooses for each class by completing this form by May 27, 2020. Please note, if parents complete the form multiple times, we will use the most recent entry as the grading choice. If the form is not completed, credit/no credit is the default grading model. The details of the board-approved grading option can be found here.  


2. Can parents/students change their minds?  

Yes, if families change their mind and enter data more than once, the district will use the most recent entry. Records will be kept of all the original data in case parents have questions about which choice was used.

3. How will you determine when or how you will open schools?

School will start Monday, August 10, 2020. We will work closely with our families, the Placer County Office of Education and local health officials to formulate appropriate plans to ensure we open in accordance with state and county guidelines. If you haven’t already, please complete the RJUHSD Parent Input Form:

 4. Will meals be offered to students in the summer?

Yes, to-go style meals will continue to be served Monday through Friday from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. at Antelope High School, Granite Bay High School. Oakmont High School, Roseville High School, Woodcreek High School, Excelsior Elementary, Greenhills Elementary to all students 18 & under. There are drive-up and walk-up options that include lunch, and breakfast for the next day. Find more information on the RJUHSD Food Services Website at

 5.  How is the state budget going to affect our district? 

Early information from the state has prepared us for potential budget cuts. We will take an in-depth look into what that means for RJUHSD at our budget workshop meeting Tuesday, May 26 at 4:00 p.m. Meeting information will be posted to the district homepage by Friday afternoon.