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Through the six programs of the West Sacramento Home Run, the City of West Sacramento will be a thriving community that benefits children, families and local businesses by providing access to high-quality early learning for all children, opportunities to develop valuable workplace skills, and financial assistance for post-secondary education and training.
West Sacramento’s young people will “run the bases” of the West Sacramento Home Run and return to “home plate” in West Sacramento to work, start businesses and raise their own families.
The Home Run Initiative
There are many ways for families and businesses in West Sacramento to participate in and benefit from this innovative cradle to college and career initiative. The Home Run benefits local businesses and families with children of all ages, helping them achieve success in their education and careers.
Home Run Objectives:
- Promote quality early childhood education for all children;
- Increase financial literacy among families;
- Improve career-readiness among young people, including paid internships;
- Enhance the skills and qualifications of the local workforce;
- Strengthen relationships between local schools and employers;
- Encourage savings and provide financial support for post-secondary attendance and completion.
Our Successes Since 2017 Launch
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COLLEGE PROMISE RECIPIENTS
Automatic Enrollment in College Helps Fight Inequality
Last week, the city of West Sacramento, California, did something fresh and creative — and cheap. It automatically admitted every one of its graduating high school seniors to a local two-year college, Sacramento City College.
06/22/2020 12:27 PM
Every senior in West Sacramento school district gets college acceptance letter
Sacramento City College is offering hundreds of graduating seniors attending schools in the district a letter of admission to the college.
06/10/2020 2:44 PM
Automatic Admission for all WUSD Graduating Seniors
06/10/2020 2:00 PM