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Fullerton School District is aware of the repeal by the Fullerton City Council of City municipal codes regarding sex offender residency and other similar restrictions. The District Superintendent has been in discussion with and will continue to work with the Interim City Manager on the implications of this change in City code.

 

Meanwhile, please be aware that state law restrictions remain in place, including Penal Code section 3003.5 setting forth residency restrictions and prohibiting sex offenders from residing within 2,000 feet of any public or private school, or park where children regularly gather.

 

According to the Interim City Manager, there is no substantive change in the enforcement of the law. A full statement with additional information may be found on the City’s website: http://ci.fullerton.ca.us/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=2253&TargetID=1

 

The safety and security of our students remains our number one priority. If you need additional information regarding Fullerton School District’s safety procedures, please contact Susan Hume, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services at 714-447-7412.

 

For additional information regarding the change in the City of Fullerton’s municipal code, please contact the City at 714-738-6300. Click Here for Spanish – Click Here for Korean

 

10 Fullerton School District Schools Receive CA Gold Ribbon Award
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Fullerton School District is proud to announce that 10 of our elementary/K-8 schools are being honored with the 2016 California Gold Ribbon Schools Award, which is in place while the California Distinguished Program is on hiatus. These schools continue to shine bright and model exemplary programs and educational practices that can be replicated by schools across the country.

Congratulations to: Beechwood ElementaryFern Drive ElementaryHermosa Drive ElementaryLaguna Road ElementaryOrangethorpe OrcasPacific Drive ElementaryRichman ElementaryRobert C. Fisler ElementarySunset Lane Elementary, and Valencia Park Elementary

Click here for more information an article in the OC Register

 

Click Here for 2016-2017 New Year Promo

 

Click Here for FSD Promo video by OCDE

 

Click Here to Read about FSD at National Connected Summit

 
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Fullerton School District inspires learners
to leverage the arts and innovative technology
to create, collaborate, communicate, critically think,
and contribute to a global community.
Please click here to view the District’s video to see this in action

 

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Every student is entitled to a safe school environment free from discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, intimidation, and bullying. The District’s policies on nondiscrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, intimidation, and bullying can be accessed on the District’s website located at www.fullertonsd.org. Copies are also available through a request to the District Office or the local school site. Click here for more information

Related Policies and Regulations: Sexual Harassment BP 5145.7, Sexual Harassment AR 5145.7Uniform Complaint Procedures BP 1312.3Uniform Complaint Procedures AR 1312.3

  • Resources Regarding Immigration Issues and Concerns

    Parents and students may have questions about immigration issues. Please feel free to refer to the following documents for information and resources.

    Community Resources Flyer - click here for English, Spanish, Korean
    ASCA Undocumented Facts Sheet - click English, Spanish

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  • California School Dashboard Reports

    The California Department of Education is field testing a new website designed to help communities across the state access important information about K–12 districts and schools – including ours. Called the California School Dashboard (Coming March 2017), the site features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English learner progress and suspension rates.

    The Dashboard is the next step in a series of major shifts in public education as ...

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  • FSD Summer Camps

    Click Here for STEAM Camp 2017

    Click Here for Kinder CAMP

    Click Here for Fern & Rolling Hills Summer Camp

    Click Here to Read More
  • Kinder Registration Information

    Kindergarten Registration Info

    Kinder Registration Flyer

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  • Full Day Kindergarten

    FSD offers engaging and innovative Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Programs in a full-day setting at a number of our school sites:

    Transitional Kindergarten:
    -Pacific Drive School
    -Raymond School
    -Richman School

    Kindergarten:
    -Beechwood School
    -Commonwealth School
    -Fern Drive School
    -Fisler School
    -Hermosa Drive School
    -Laguna School
    -Maple School
    -Orangethorpe School
    -Pacific Drive School
    -Raymond School
    -Richman School
    -Sunset Lane School
    -Valencia Park School
    -Woodcrest School
    Registration for both transitional kindergarten and kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school ...

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  • Enjoy this short video with students sharing their enthusiasm for our new after school performing arts program.

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  • Open Enrollment 2017/2018

    Open Enrollment 2017/2018

    Open Enrollment for Intradistrict and Interdistrict Transfers for the 2017/2018
    school year begins on January 17 and ends on February 14, 2017.
    Parents who reside within Fullerton School District who would like their students
    to attend a school other than their school of residence may request an
    Intradistrict Transfer at their school of residence between January 17 and
    February 14, 2017.

    If you reside within Fullerton School District and your ...

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  • Information Regarding Fullerton Joint Union High School Important Dates for 8th Grade Students

    Information Regarding Fullerton Joint Union High School Important Dates for 8th Grade Students

    For parents and guardians of 8th grade students, please click on the link below to access the list of important dates for the Fullerton Joint Union High School District (FJUHSD) school sites.  The list contains the dates of Open Houses, information about touring sites, and testing dates.  Also, FJUHSD’s Open Enrollment Period runs from January 3 – 20, 2017.

    Link to Read ...

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  • Feed Me More Math

    Jeffrey Tran is one of those unique students that teachers dream of having the privilege of teaching. He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge and loves excelling at school, especially in Math. His class started this year in the new GoMath! adoption for sixth grade. Jeffrey was scoring 100% on every assessment and providing well thought out mathematical explanations for his answers. He was also dominating the higher-level Math group his teacher, Laura Grover, was ...

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  • iPersonalize Story Angel

    iPersonalize Story Angel 

    Fifth grade students from Laguna Road, Fern, Raymond, Valencia Park, and Golden Hill Schools are creating digital stories as part of their grade level curriculum on narrative writing.  The program, dubbed Story Angel, matches students with senior citizens to tell their story.  Laguna Road students are the pilot group for the Story Angel program and conducted the second of three meetings with their senior citizen.  The program received coverage on NBC Channel ...

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  • Fullerton School District 2016 CAASPP Results

    Fullerton School District
    2016 CAASPP Results

    “You are the one that made me a better reader,” a young girl wrote in a letter to her reading coach. “You are the one I counted on and you didn’t fail,” wrote a fifth grade student to his reading coach.

    It’s statements like this, heard District-wide, that warms hearts and puts smiles on the faces of students, parents, and Fullerton School District staff. These comments reinforce ...

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  • Gaming + Passion = Engaged Students by Dr. Robert Pletka

    Nationally, student disengagement is a problem in schools. In Fullerton School District we are working to reverse that national norm! We plan to make that change through personalizing student education via ramification.  Sound extreme?  Read on . . . . .
     
     While in primary elementary grades, engagement or active student involvement  rates are close to 70%, those rates decrease with each subsequent year students are in school. By the time, students reach junior high, disengagement rates are 50% .
     
    Students often ...

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  • Advanced Program for Gate or Honor Students Grades 7/8

    Click here to learn more about our Advanced Program for Gate or Honor Students Grades 7/8

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  • Preschool Programs and Philosophy

    Come check out our videos portraying our preschool programs!

    http://www.fullertonsd.org/programs/child-development-services/#gsc.tab=0

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  • Fullerton School District’s iPersonalize Program Endorsed by Marzano Research

    It's official - our iPersonalize Program is endorsed by Marzano Research!  iPersonalize is learning within a blended environment utilizing game elements to activate agency.  This model uses an instructional sequence of a Learning Goal, Engaging the student, Introducing New Knowledge, Common Formative Assessment, Deepening and Practice (Support Cycle), and Celebrating Success.  

    Thanks to all who made this a reality.

    Click Here to Read More
  • CA Assessment of Student Performance and Progress Parent website (formerly STAR)

    CA Assessment of Student Performance and Progress Parent website (formerly STAR)

    Resources for parents who would like more information on CA’s new testing system.

    Click Here to Read More
  • Sunset Lane School Video

    Sunset Lane School Video

    Click Here to Read More
  • Parks School Video

    Parks School Video

    Click Here to Read More
  • District Vision

    District Vision
    Inspired students leveraging the arts and innovative technologies to Collaborate, Communicate, Critically Think, and Create.

    Click Here to Read More
  • Richman School Video

    Richman Elementary School Video. Please Visit site for more info.

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWejDxjwAJw

    Click Here to Read More

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FSD Calendar

March 2017

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  • Richman Open House
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  • SPRING CONFERENCE WEEK - EARLY RELEASE FOR TK-6TH
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  • Maple Open House
  • Rolling Hills Open House
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  • Fisler Open House
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Dr. Robert Pletka’s Message

some text On behalf of Fullerton School District, I extend my warmest welcome to the students, parents, faculty and staff. 

Our motto, “Great Schools – Successful Kids,” is a truism supported every day by providing standards-based academic programs that foster an environment where teachers and parents work together to make instructional decisions that promote success for all students.

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