• Principal's Message
     
    Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year.  We are off to a great start, and I'm looking forward to a FABULOUS school year.  The construction of the new buildings is officially complete, and the cadets are enjoying use of  the new library, gym, locker rooms and fitness room.
     
    I am honored to work with you as partners in maintaining a high quality educational program in a safe, supportive learning environment.  Together, we will continue the legacy of success that has been established at PSA to insure that our cadets are college and career-ready and socially responsible members of the community.   As Principal, my door is always open, and I welcome your input.  Please feel free to call my secretary Monika Garay, at 707-421-3933 to insure a prompt response.  She will assist you in scheduling an appointment or phone call to discuss any questions, concerns, or suggestions you might have.   I will be in classrooms and out on campus as much as possible, so appointments are encouraged in order to honor your time.  I anticipate a successful year, as we all work to insure that our cadets continue to soar as Eagles:
     
    Engaged life-long learners
    Academic achievers
    Goal-oriented thinkers
    Leaders
    Effective communicators
    Socially responsible ambassadors
     
     
    Thank you for your continued support of the PSA program.  
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Laurie Halcomb
     
     
     
     
     
     

Learn More About Ms. Laurie Halcomb

  • Ms. Laurie Halcomb has been dedicated to the field of education and the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District for the past 31 years. She has served the students of the Public Safety Academy for 1.5 years. Ms. Halcomb has served the district in a variety of different capacities including Assistant Principal at Fairfield High School and Green Valley Middle School, she also has taught at Grange Middle School.

    Ms. Halcomb’s kind-hearted and passionate demeanor is evident in her work. She has mentioned that her favorite part of working in education is watching students overcome insecurities/lack of confidence and encouraging the development of that inner strength that leads to success. Ms. Halcomb has a clear passion for supporting students and adults through the process of continual growth and the discovery of their strengths and talents.

    She enjoys hiking/walking, swimming, reading and her dogs.