Fallbrook Union Elementary School District

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  • New Substitute Pay Plan at FUESD

    FUESD is proud to announce an innovative new substitute pay plan with a $120 daily starting rate with incentives built in to reward subs who continue to work in FUESD. (Click on the title for more information.)

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  • What's Ahead for FUESD in 2015-2016?

    Curriculum Corner is published by the Educational Services Department for FUESD parents and the Fallbrook community. Read the summer edition to learn more about the instructional program for the 2015-16 school year. (Click on the title to view the newsletter.)

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  • FUESD LCAP Executive Summary

    Read an Executive Summary of the recently approved FUESD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Learn more about the development of the plan, current district goals, how progress is measured, accomplishments in 2014-15, and revisions to the 2015-16 LCAP to improve learning for all students. (Click on the title for details.)

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  • Student Art in "Wounded Warrior and Veterans" Exhibition

    Patriot artwork from Mary Fay Pendleton School and San Onofre School students is proudly displayed in the "Wounded Warrior and Veterans Exhibition" at Fallbrook Art Center. Our former superintendent and Associate Professor at CSUSM, Jennifer Jeffries, instructed some of our military students about symbols and their use in art. (Click on title for details.)

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  • Understanding Test Scores This Year

    California's new student score report will arrive soon! The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is the new state academic testing program. It replaces the Standardized Testing and Reporting Program (STAR) many of you may be familiar with from previous years. FUESD students in Grades 3-8 took the computer-based, adaptive tests in English-language arts and mathematics, as well as paper-based tests for Science in Grades 5 and 8. (Click on the title for details.)

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  • FUESD Teacher's Space Camp Adventure

    Bryan Gunner, a middle school science teacher at San Onofre School, recently attended Honeywell’s Educators @ Space Academy in Huntsville, Alabama. 104 teachers, representing 32 states and 22 countries, joined together to globally improve STEM education. Read about Bryan’s experiences in his blog. FUESD is honored to have such an enthusiastic, life-long learner on our staff. (Click on the title for details.)

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  • New Online Registration Option Coming in August

    Beginning in August, FUESD is adding the convenient option of registering new students online. (Click on the title for more information.)

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  • FUESD's PE Program is in The Huffington Post

    In this article, Superintendent Singh shares how FUESD has made Physical Education a priority in all of our schools. FUESD is on the nation's radar!

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FUESD Inspires! Blog

  • Update for Boston Marathon Runners

    Posted by FUESD at 4/22/2015
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    Congratulations to Danielle Duarte (PJH), Megan Woodward (PJH), and Bryan Gunner (SOS), for completing the Boston Marathon on Monday! They not only finished the race, but they ran in the rain. They are inspirational wellness leaders for our students and staff. Again, kudos for a job well done and for being exemplary role models of the 7 Habits.

    Bryan Gunner 3:35:32 with a pace of 8:13
    Megan Woodard 3:01.27 with a pace of 6:56
    Danielle Duarte 3:23:46 with a pace of 7:47
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  • On your mark, get set, go! 3 FUESD employees are running in the Boston Marathon!

    Posted by FUESD at 4/16/2015
    On Monday, April 20th. over 30,000 participants will be running the 26.2 mile course in the Boston Marathon. Among these runners will be 3 FUESD employees:
    • Bryan Gunner- a middle school science and P.E. teacher at San Onofre School
    • Danielle Duarte- a counselor at Potter Junior High
    • Megan Woodward- a counselor at Potter Junior High 
    FUESD is proud to have such exemplary role models for wellness, sharpening the saw, and dedication. While we hope that they set new personal bests, we also wish them an enjoyable and safe journey.
    Congratulations to these athletes for qualifying for such a distinguished event! 
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  • Leadership Day 2015 at San Onofre School

    Posted by Lillian Perez at 3/26/2015
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    March 20th, San Onofre School hosted its very first Leadership Day, which is a step to becoming a Leader in Me Lighthouse School. The Leader in Me Lighthouse School title is awarded by Franklin Covey to honor the attainment of a well-rounded leadership model. Lighthouse Schools serve as models of leadership and mentors to other schools.
    The student led Leadership Day consisted of 7 Habits songs, skits, student speeches, technology demonstrations and school tours. The technology demonstrations highlighted BeeBots, Lego WeDo Robotics, iPad presentation projects, Cubelets, and Lego EV3 Robotics. Students from all grades, Preppie K to 8th grade, were showcased. Student emcees Jack Joseph, a 5th grader, and Sophie Williams, an 8th grader, led the event from start to finish. Community guests included San Clemente City Council member, Mrs. Kathy Ward, former San Onofre principals: Barbara Barnes and Julie Hong, our FUESD Board Members: Mr. Darryl Buntin and Mrs. Siegrid Stillman, and Superintendent Candace Singh.
    Guests were inspired to hear from students about how the 7 Habits have influenced their lives. One student spoke about how she was proactive when her mom was expecting her baby brother. To help her mom, she “jumped into action” without being asked. She washed the dishes, took care of the dog, and helped clean the house. Another student shared about Habit 3: Put First things first. She makes sure that she doesn’t forget to feed her dog. “My dog and I agree that Habit 3 is very important!” The students definitely demonstrated Habit 6: Synergize, Together is Better!
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