The pandemic and current racial injustices have greatly impacted our community’s sense of safety, socially and emotionally, sense of connectedness, and mental well-being. The daily stressors of social distancing and health anxieties impact ALL of us. As we return to school, and especially as we continue to deliver learning from a distance, we can mitigate the impact of current events with an explicit and intentional focus on Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

Student Belonging and Returning any School items
such as textbooks, library books, instruments, uniforms, etc.


Instructions for coming to Rosa Parks to obtain your student’s belongings and to return any school items such as textbooks, library books, instruments, uniforms, etc.

 We want to assure you that we are taking every appropriate precaution as recommended or required by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Sacramento County Public Health (SCPH), and School Insurance Authority (SIA) recommendations, as well as the Governor’s Executive Order, so that we do this safely.

Need WiFi???
SacRT Buses Equipped with WiFi to Help with Distance Learning


SacRT has teamed up with the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and the City of Sacramento to equip buses with free wireless hotspots in communities with limited high-speed internet access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The first three hotspots go live on Monday, May 4. Seven additional buses will be deployed to other “digital desert” communities across Sacramento beginning the week of May 11 to promote more opportunities for distance learning, telework and telehealth.