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We certainly have been busy since the start of the 2014-2015 school year!  We have many accomplishments. One of our greatest accomplishments was creating and re-writing the Vision and Mission Statements. 

  • Vision:  FSUSD is a premier learning community that empowers each student to thrive in an ever-changing world.

  • Mission:  In a safe, welcoming, and supportive learning environment, we provide innovative educational opportunities to develop resilient students who are inspired to succeed.

One of our major goals this year was to improve connections with our community.  Following are some ways students have benefited by these new connections:

  • K to College ($3,250 donation/500 school supply kits for Homeless Students)
  • Back to School Resource Fair provided over 1000 bags with school supplies to students in our community
  • Partnership with Solano Town Center that resulted in a marketing opportunity for our high schools
  • Kaiser's grant that has supported the Mobile Healthy Cooking Program at Matt Garcia, David Weir, and PALCenter
  • Through the Workability Grant, there are partnerships with 27 employers who employ our students with disabilities (CVS, Avalanche Frozen Yogurt, Round Table Pizza, Texas Roadhouse, Monsoon Burgers, and TJ MAXX.)

Example of continuing community partnerships:  City of Fairfield, Fairfield Police Department, Solano Transportation Authority, Travis AFB, Solano Community College, Faith PAC, Voces Unidas, Solano County Probation, Children’s Nurturing Project, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) partnership with SCOE, First 5 Solano, Police Activities League, Contra Costa/Solano Food Bank, Parent Leadership Training Institute of Solano, Children's Network of Solano County.

We have also continued to improve the utilization of technology for learning.  Some of our major accomplishments in this area include:

  • Utilization of Google Docs and other electronic documents to reduce paper consumption

  • Completed wireless coverage project at all schools

  • Purchased and began implementation of server virtualization in our data center to reduce electricity costs, increase uptime, and more effectively manage server resources

The Governor’s budget proposal is very positive for our schools.  The Governing Board approved the following budget priorities at the February 26, 2015 Governing Board meeting:

  • Add 1 FTE Assistant Principal at Armijo High School

  • Add 1 FTE Mutual Organization of Supervisors (MOS) Position-to institutionalize work done to clean up schools

  • Add 3.8 FTE Career Technical Education Teachers (no longer funded by SCOE)

  • Add 1 FTE Assistant Director of HR (Recruitment and Retention)

  • Add 1 FTE Counselor (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Coordinator)

  • Add 3 FTE Psychologists

  • Increase Library Technician allocations to 30 hours/week at 21 sites

  • Increase work year for Attendance Clerks (add 5 days to calendar)

  • Long range plan for full restoration of Elementary Release Time

  • Athletic transportation

  • Ongoing allocation for technology replacement

  • Ongoing allocation for furniture replacement

  • Ongoing allocation for 504 Plan cost items

  • One-time cost to alarm Sem Yeto portion of FHS campus

Governing Board Priorities for 2015/16

  • Employee compensation

  • Extra curricular activities

  • Science

  • Counseling – wrap around services

  • Improve communication structures

  • Billingual communication and outreach

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is a district on the rise.  We will continue to move toward integrating technology into the classroom, providing options for students, and ensuring a rigorous education for all students.

Kris Corey





 Superintendent Kris Corey


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