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Flyers/Community Events


The links below may take you to a non-Dry Creek JESD website. Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District accepts no liability, responsibility, and does not endorse any program or activity listed here.

Parent Resources

KidZ Community - Childcare & Preschool (Free)
Kidz Community (Spanish) - Childcare & Preschool (Free)
EmpowerMe Preschool - Childcare (Non-school day daycare)
The Parent Project

Community Event

Run, Jump, Throw Camp


Youth Activities/Sports

Woodcreek Jr Timberwolves

Woodcreek Boys Basketball Camp

Woodcreek Dance Team Kids Camp



Roseville Park & Recreation 

Use this link for information on programs available through Roseville Park & Recreation 


Sunrise Park & Recreation

Use this link for information on programs available through Sunrise Park & Recreation 

Tennis Summer Camp


Youth Groups/Activities – no membership required!

Cub Scout Twilight Day Camp!

Request to Post Link Form

If you would like to request to post a link for approval please use the Request to Post Link Form above for the Request to Post Form.

Due to the new ADA Compliance requirements, we prefer to post a link that will go directly to your organization website.  If you do not have a website, then submitted flyers must meet ADA Compliance requirements beginning January 18, 2018. (See ADA Compliance information below.

Posted links may be submitted by non-district sponsored organizations which are not part of the Dry Creek JESD program.  Subject to approval prior to posting.

The Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District accepts no liability, responsibility, and does not endorse any program or activity listed here.

ADA Website Compliance Good Faith Statement

The Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District endeavors to be 100% ADA Compliant, ensuring the information found on our website is accessible to all parties. However, if you are experiencing difficulty accessing any area of our site, please take a moment to fill out our online response form and report your experience. Thank you in advance for helping enhance our communication efforts.

What is ADA Web Compliance?

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses and nonprofit services providers make accessibility accommodations to enable the disabled public to access the same services as clients who are not disabled. This includes electronic media and web sites. For more information, including detailed guidelines, please visit 

Placer County Foster Youth Parents Needed

Foster YouthPlacer County Foster Youth need you.  There is an urgent need for committed families and adults in our community to step forward to provide temporary and permanent homes for children and youth of all ages.

Often, due to a shortage of local Placer foster home options, youth live out of their communities, taking them out their schools and away from valuable resources and supports.  In many cases, school interruption causes the youth to fall behind during their critical high school years.

The Placer Kids collaborative is reaching out to families who may have desire or interest in becoming either foster parents or who might know current youth or be involved in their communities, and be willing to support the youth in other ways.  Can you help?  Want to know more?  Please come to an orientation or contact Placer Kids/Sierra Forever Families.

Orientation:  Every 3rd Thursday

            Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

            Where: Auburn Placer Kids Office

                           287 Nevada Street

                           Auburn CA 95603


Questions: 530-887-9982 ask for Alisa

                  530-886-5565 ask for Jennifer


Placer County Network of Care

Information on health, mental wellness, services for children, health related legislation, news stories, and a community calendar.  Families in Sacramento County can still call upon these support agencies and these agencies will help them link to corresponding agencies in Sacramento County.