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  • FUDTA Negotiations Update - 12/14/17

    FUSD negotiations team met with FUDTA on September 15th to reiterate the Board’s offer of 1.33% one-time off schedule. FUDTA responded they would notify the Executive Board of the offer on the table. FUSD also addressed the multi-year projection and the Board’s concern on being fiscally responsible. The Board continues to examine the budget to identify ongoing financial resources and strategies that could support an ongoing salary increase that avoids an adverse impact in educating our students.

    FUDTA reported back to FUSD that the Executive Board would not accept any offer other than ongoing, on the salary schedule. FUDTA also stated they would wait to review the 1st interim budget on December 13, 2017, to identify financial resources for consideration. FUSD offered to meet on December 14, 2017 to collaborate with FUDTA.

    FUDTA informed FUSD their budget review would take place on December 18, 2017 and not on December 13th, 2017. FUSD responded they would be available December 19 – 22, 2017, to receive the specific budget resources identified by FUDTA for review. FUDTA then offered January 12 and 19, 2018 as an alternative to the District's invitation to negotiate in December.​

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  • City-District Liaison Committee
    January 23, 2018
    5:30 p.m.
    District Office, Board Room
    4210 Technology Drive

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  • Board Icon - group of figures sitting at tableBoard Meeting
    January 24, 2018
    6:30 p.m.
    District Office, Board Room
    4210 Technology Drive

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  • caaspp California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is the state academic testing program intended to provide information that can be used to monitor student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career. Students who have the most significant cognitive disabilities, as designated in their active individualized education program, are eligible to take the California Alternative Assessments (CAAs).

    Students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take either the computer adaptive CAASPP or CAAs in English and Math. In addition, students in grade 5, 8, and 12 will take California Science Test (CAST) in spring 2018.

    In late summer/early fall, parents/guardians will receive the student score reports with overall score, a description of the student’s achievement level for English language arts, mathematics, science if applicable, and other information.

    More information about CAASPP & CAST or CAAs

    Parents/guardians have the right to exempt their child(ren) from taking the CAASPP, CAAs, and/or CAST. For more information about your school’s schedule or concerns about your child’s participation, please contact your school.

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  • Horner Middle School Conversion Groundbreaking
    Friday, January 19, 2018 at 3 PM
    41365 Chapel Way FLYER

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  • American High School Ribbon Cutting
    Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 3:30 PM
    36300 Fremont Blvd. FLYER

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    Note: LARGE file - 20 megabyte​/500+ page
    Combined Assessment Document

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  • healthDid you know? The Tri City Health Mobile Clinic is on one of the FUSD campuses every day. They provide immunizations, enrollment health physicals, sports physicals and assistance with Covered California/Medi-Cal enrollment. See attached calendar

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  • Book Icon The Adoption committee is recommending the following textbook novels to the School Board on February 14th for the AP Japanese class at Mission San Jose High School.

    Adventures In Japanese 4 Edition by Hiromi Peterson, Naomi Hirano-Omizo

    The Curriculum and Instruction Department will have the novels on display for parent preview from January 9th through January 24th at the District Office in room 260.

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  • Parents of 6th grade students - Secondary Math Placement Information Nights

    Please note: Due to space limitations, please attend only the session scheduled for your child's school site.

    Date (all times 6 to 7:30 pm) Junior High
    December 6 Hopkins FLYER
    (meeting location MSJHS)
    January 23 Horner FLYER
    January 31 Centerville FLYER
    February 5 Walters FLYER
    March 6 Thornton

    NEW Parent Presentation (pdf)

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  • Updated: Gifted and Talented Education - GATE information

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  • arrow pointing to box Implementation of Walters Middle School Delayed to Fall 2019

    Board of Education directed staff to delay implementation of the Walters Middle School conversion due to the extra time needed to perform soil testing. More Info | Timeline Facilities


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  • Community input is important to our district. Your feedback is requested for the instructional guides that are now in compliance with the California Healthy Youth Act​. (leginfo AB-329)

    Comprehensive Health, Puberty and Sexual Education - Grades 4-8th and High School instructional guides will be presented to the FUSD Board of Education on December 13th, 2017, using the 3R's (Rights, Respect and Responsibility) curriculum.

    A FEEDBACK FORM is provided at the top of each guide for your responses. Thank You
    4th - 8th Instructional Guide
    High School 9th Grade ​​

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  •  New to the District  Enrollment Information

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    Every Day Counts! - pdf flyer
    Attendance and Truancy

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  • permit held by handUse of school property is by permit ONLY. Instructions on how to obtain a permit.

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  • construction figureDeveloper (School Impact) fees - Rates & FAQ

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  • CBOC Icon - looking closer at money symbolFUSD is seeking senior citizen volunteers "Active in a senior citizens' organization" to serve on Measure E Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee - CBOC. More information and Application. Thank you.

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    Student Handbook and Notice of Rights & Responsibilities

    Manual & Notificación de Derechos y Responsabilidades Para Padres de Familia/Tutores Legales y Estudiantes

    家長/監護人及 學生手冊 和 權利及責任通知


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  • gauge with word ready on it How can I tell if my child is preparing for college or a career? College and Career Readiness Indicators (pdf) Indicadores de la Preparación para la Universidad y Carreras Profesionales

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    Parcel Tax Exemption - More Information

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS (additional)

    Please check this page for more announcements, including High School Exit Exam INFO/CAHSEE, Preschool, Immunization records and Immersion/bilingual Info

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