Twin Rivers Unified Offering Voluntary Coronavirus Saliva TestsA Sacramento County school district is rolling out an ambitious testing system that’s saliva-based. 
Learning Curve: Citrus Heights Teachers Convert Garage Into Distance Learning ClassroomA local husband and wife teaching team went to new lengths to connect with the students from home. 
Low-Income Households Disproportionately Affected As Sacramento Schools Shift To Virtual LearningA surge in coronavirus cases is forcing the Sacramento County Superintendent the public health department to recommend all 13 school districts keep their campuses closed in the fall.
Proposed Homeless Shelter Near Elementary School Sparks Protests From ParentsOutrage overflowed in North Sacramento Wednesday night over a proposed homeless shelter just yards from an elementary school. 
Parents, Teachers Speaking Out About Twin Rivers School Closure PlansParents and teachers are speaking out about plans to consolidate schools in Sacramento's Twin Rivers District. 
Twin Rivers School District Will Likely Close Schools Due To Low Enrollment, Budget DeficitTwin Rivers Unified School District may close several schools because of low enrollment. 
What You Need To Know About Ryde Free RT For StudentsBeginning Tuesday, more than 200,000 TK-12 students throughout Sacramento County will be eligible to ride on public transportation for free. 
Cops Stop To Play Basketball In The Park With KidsPolice officers with the Twin Rivers Unified School District took a break to play with some local kids Wednesday. 
Foothill High Basketball Coach Accused Of Sexually Assaulting StudentFoothill High School basketball coach Stephen Calton was arrested by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department on November 29th after a lengthy investigation. He's facing one count of oral copulation with a minor. 
Pool Will Open At Grant Union High After Public BacklashThe swimming pool at Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights will open to the public Wednesday, July 11.
Grandmother Upset After Autistic Student Forgotten On School Bus, AgainNot once, but twice, Marie Umbay frantically worried, wondering where her special needs grandson, James was when he hadn't returned home from school on time.