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Basketball players Jamoncell Redd (Elk Grove), Michael Hills (Elk Grove), and Christian Teresinski (Power Inn) were selected by their coaches at the end the season as the team representatives. They were picked by their coach based on the following criteria: Academic, Behavior, Commitment, Team Work, and Work Ethics. Congratulations!

Join us in congratulating our CREATE class for winning the Best Presentation Award at the SRBX awards banquet. The next time you come across William Grunwald, Greg Mitchell, Jason Scott, Jayden Allen and Coach Bob Visger make sure to ask them about their amazing project and presentation. Our SAVA students competed against a number of schools in the area including: Granite Bay, Rio Americano, Folsom, River City, Oakmont and others. Great job adding another award to our trophy case!

During Golden 1 Credit Union’s Mad City Money event, approximately 100 SAVA students learned real life money management skills. Students not only had a lot of fun, but by being engaged and actively participating they learned valuable lessons which will last a lifetime! Below are some favorite responses from the collected surveys: When I have a career and steady income, I will…
…create a savings account and pay myself first.
…manage my money now that I know how to do it.
…continue to save and spend my money wisely by making sacrifices.
…make sure I get what I need instead of what I want.
…not forget to write every transaction down in my register.
…have a spreadsheet and try to plan my expenses ahead of time to be prepared for any bump that may be on the way.
…have a realistic budget and have a savings account for the unpredictable.
…save money for emergencies or future, and make a budget.
…not have a kid until I am 30 years old.
…go to the bank and start a savings account.
…balance my money wisely and not spend it on dumb stuff.


SAVA Annual College & Career Fair was a huge success again this year! Over 350 people, mostly students, had the opportunity to learn about college and career options available in our area as well as explore more about our Career Technical Education classes. Special thanks to local colleges working with our counselors who afforded students the ability to sign up for FAFSA. Thank you to the following vendors for participating this year: Academy of Art, ARC, Army, Art Institute of California-Sacramento, AT&T, California Dept. Fish and Wildlife, California Highway Patrol Explorer Program, California Restaurant Association Foundation, Center for Employment Training, Chicks in Crisis, City of Sacramento Fire Dept., City of Sacramento Police Dept., City of Sacramento HR, CRC, Department of Rehabilitation, Devry, Dignity Health, Federico Beauty Institute, FIDM, Food Literacy Center, I can afford College, Joint Apprenticeship Committee For The Plumbing & Pipefitting Industry, NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness, National Holistic Institute, Navy, P.H.C.C. Of The Greater Sacramento Area Plumbers U.A.C., Panda Express Cares, Paul Mitchell Sacramento, Sac State, Sacramento Area Sewer District, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District, Sacramento Republic Soccer, Sacramento SPCA, Sacramento Works Job Center – Franklin, Sac City, SMUD, UC Davis, Unitek College, Upper Level Clothing, UTI, Waste Management Education Solutions, Western Electrical Contractors Assoc., Inc. (Weca) Apprenticeship and Training Committee, and William Jessup. As always thank you to our staff who helped set up, transport, and clean up after this wonderful yearly program.