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The meeting is open to all and will take place at Hart Senior Center in Marshall Park on November 19 at 5:30 pm.
Please attend this important meeting about the Parks in our District and Sacramento Steps Forward’s action plan re: homelessness. Also, below the notice is an information sheet from the City of Sacramento regarding homelessness.
Central City Parks & Safety Meeting
In 2014, Council Member Hansen commissioned a needs assessment of our parks system to help us prioritize resources. The assessment is complete and we would like to share our findings for our Central City parks. Your feedback is essential as we move from assessing the big picture to addressing neighborhood needs.
Also on the agenda, Sacramento Steps Forward will present their action plan for addressing homelessness issues, and the Sacramento Police Department will discuss public safety concerns. The meeting is open to all and will take place at Hart Senior Center in Marshall Park on November 19 at 5:30 pm.
For more information, please call the District 4 office at 916.808.7004
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Sacramento City Unified School District is having a job fair tomorrow for classified positions. Many of these are part time and perfect for a Mom or Dad wanting to re-enter the part-time work force from full-time parenting. Many of the jobs are in the classroom and also have benefits!!! Come prepared—SCUSD will be making offers on the spot to qualified candidates. Here’s more information:
Sacramento City Unified, among the largest school districts in the region, is inviting prospective bus drivers, food service assistants, occupational therapists and more to attend a three-hour job fair for classified employee hiring Saturday morning.
Openings include those for instructional aides for special education and child development; bilingual aides for students who speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish and Hmong dialects; library media technical assistants; and custodians.
Candidates are urged to bring their résumés and be prepared for interviews. The district pays benefits, including paid holidays, vacation and sick leave for eligible positions.
Both part-time and full-time positions for qualified candidates are available. The school serves about 43,000 students at 76 school sites.
The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon in the Serna Center, 5735 47th Ave., Sacramento.
Note: Just found out that fingerprints, TB screening and computers (for positions that require testing) will be set up at the fair. You could walk away with a job if you’re qualified.