The San Diego County Office of Education’s Early Education unit is serving young children in Fallbrook with a new preschool that opened Feb. 2. The school, called La Piñata, is located in the Mike Choate Early Childhood Center and is a collaboration with the Fallbrook Union School District. (Click on the title to see more.)
San Onofre School’s media center became a hub of excitement and science inquiry during the annual Exploratorium on January 22. Now in its 16th year, the event featured eighth grade students teaching, demonstrating and engaging third through sixth graders and parent visitors. (Click the title to view more.)
The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District is pleased to announce the re-opening of Maie Ellis Elementary School for the 2015-16 school year. Maie Ellis Elementary will be home to our dual language program, which focuses on language immersion, enrichment, and creating bi-literate leaders. (Click on the title for details.)
Great News! To provide Fallbrook’s families, community, and staff, access to the most up-to-date FUESD information, we are pleased to announce the launch of FUESD’s Mobile Communications App. It is now available for download at Store for both smart phones and tablets in both the Google Play Store and the ITunes Store. It’s easy! (Click the title for more details.)
Many Frazier students are going above and beyond this year, volunteering their free time to help our school community and be leaders. At the start of the school year, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students were encouraged to join a Leadership group of their choice. The enthusiasm and leadership students showed from the start instantly impressed us!
The Frazier Green Team has been very busy this year, getting our school recycling program up and running! Every Friday students collect recyclables including: paper, bottles, and cans from each classroom. We are also working with an organization to minimize the amount of waste in landfills. As a school, we are collecting empty Capri Sun pouches, mailing them into the organization where they are then up-cycled and turned into products that we can use (pencil cases, folders, beach bags, etc.). Through their weekly recycling, as well as classroom presentations, Green Team members are continually educating our entire school about ways they can help our Earth and “Go Green!”