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The Sacramento START Program will not be accepting any more applications for this school year.  Any applications turned in will be considered for the next school year.  If you have any questions please feel free contact the START main office at 916-808-6197.

Sacramento START Wetlands


Explore the Wetlands with the Sacramento START program Saturday, May 30, 2015.  Enjoy the day participating in fun activities while learning about nature, health, and other community resources available to you!

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Speed Stack Tournament!

The Speed Stacking competition is approaching!  Come support the Speed Stackers at the 2015 Tahoe START Stack Attack tournament!  It will be held at Tahoe Elementary on Friday, May 22nd from 3:330 to 4:30 pm.  All Tahoe students, family,teachers, and staff are invited.  We hope to see you there.  Please contact Ms. Jameshia at (916) 826-9296 if you have any questions or concerns

END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR!

As the 2014-2015 school year comes to an end, the Sacramento START program will begin planning for the next school year.  Information regarding enrollment will become available during the summer.  Please stay tuned for any updates regarding next school year.

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The Sacramento START Program is now on Social Media!  Want to know what the START Program and sites are up to?  Join us today and stay informed on what START is doing.

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Health Education Council


The Sacramento START program has been nominated for a 2015 Delta and Gold Country Region Champion for Change Award.  The Delta and Gold Country Champion award recognize those who are working to improve the health of communities in one or more of the California counties.   Sacramento START has been recognized for the work we do incorporating healthy eating and active living in the Sacramento City Unifies School District.  Although our nomination did not make it to the final stage, being nominated was a great honor, and we are proud of the impact we are having in our communities.