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     Site                                     Address                                                                    
    Year
    Built   
    Grade
    Level  
    Class
    Rooms  
     Anna Kyle Elementary School 1600 Kidder Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1961  TK-5 39
     B. Gale Wilson School  3301 Cherry Hills Court, Fairfield, CA 94534 1990 K-8 37 
     Cleo Gordon Elementary  1950 Dover Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1953  TK-5 28
     Cordelia Hills Elementary   4770 Canyon Hills Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534  2007 TK-5    30
     Crescent Elementary   1001 Anderson Drive, Suisun City, CA 94585 2004    TK-5 32 
     Dan O. Root Health and Wellness Academy 820 Harrier Drive, Suisun City, CA 94585 1990    TK-8 37
     David Weir Preparatory Academy 1975 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1965 K-8 31
     Dover Academy for International Studies 301 East Alaska Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1955 TK-8 31
     Fairview Elementary 830 First Street, Fairfield, CA 94533 1954    TK-5 35
     K.I. Jones Elementary 2001 Winston Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534 1980 TK-5 33
     Laurel Creek Elementary 2900 Gulf Drive, Fairfield, CA 94533 1993 TK-6 36
     Nelda Mundy Elementary 570 Vintage Valley Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534 1998 TK-5 32
     Oakbrook Academy of the Arts 700 Oakbrook Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534 1988 TK-8 30
     Rolling Hills Elementary 2025 Fieldcrest Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94534 2007 TK-5 23
     Sheldon Academy of Innovative Learning 1901 Woolner Ave, Fairfield, CA 94533 1963 TK-8 29
     Suisun Elementary 725 Golden Eye Way, Suisun City, CA 94585 1980 TK-5 34
     Suisun Valley School 4985 Lambert Road, Fairfield, CA 94534 1957 K-8 24
     Tolenas Elementary 4500 Tolenas Road, Fairfield, CA 94533 1952 K-5 32
     Crystal Middle School 400 Whispering Bay Lane, Suisun City, CA 94585 2003 6-8 35
     Grange Middle School 1975 Blossom Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1974 6-8 44
     Green Valley Middle School 1350 Gold Hill Road, Fairfield, CA 94534 2004 6-8 34
     Armijo High School 824 Washington Street, Fairfield, CA 94533 
    1947
    1956
    1958 
    9-12 95
     Fairfield High School 205 East Atlantic Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1965 9-12 101
     Rodriguez High School 5000 Red Top Road, Fairfield, CA 94534  2001 9-12 81
     Adult School 900 Travis Blvd, Fairfield, CA 94533 1954   33
     Public Safety Academy 230 Atlantic Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1965 5-12 36
     Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center 420 East Tabor Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533 1962 Pre-K 8
     Matt Garcia Career & College Academy 1100 Civic Center Drive, Fairfield, CA 94533 1965 6-12 14
     Richardson Educational Complex 1069 Meadowlark Drive, Fairfield, CA 94533 1968 K-6 31
     
     
      
    1600 Kidder Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4105

    Anna Kyle was opened in 1961 as an elementary school on an 8.6 acre site in the eastern part of the City of Fairfield.  The school received several renovations over the years including 12 new classrooms in 2004, a renovated parking lot to improve parking and student pick up and drop off, and an expansion to the administration and library building. 

    In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $7.5 million has been allocated to Anna Kyle in order to repair and upgrade existing building systems and toilets and provide additional safety and security upgrades.  Additionally, new photovoltaic (solar) parking shade structures and a student lunch shelter were installed during the 2017-2018 school year.


     

    B. Gale Wilson School
    3301 Cherry Hills Court
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 421-4225

    The campus was built in 1990 and includes modern facilities for teaching and learning including 37 classrooms wired for technology, a library-media center and ample book storage. Field renovations were completed during the summer of 2016 and a complete HVAC replacement in summer of 2018.  In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $16 million has been allocated to B. Gale Wilson expand the kitchen, provide additional safety and security upgrades, and provide a new gymnasium.  This project is anticipated to start with the third bond sale.

     
     

     
     

    Cleo Gordon Elementary School
    1950 Dover Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4125

    Cleo Gordon was originally built in 1953 and includes 31 classrooms, a library media center, and a multi-purpose facility wired for assisted hearing for the hearing impaired. The playground was resurfaced during the summer of 2002 and a new kindergarten classroom was added in 2003.  In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $19 million has been allocated to build a new classroom building and library, provide additional safety and security upgrades, expand the existing parking lot, and provide safety modifications to the administration to address direct access from the front of the campus.  This project is anticipated to start with the third bond sale.

     


     
     

    Cordelia Hills Elementary School
    4770 Canyon Hills Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 864-1905

    The new campus opened in the fall of 2007 and includes approximately 55,500 square foot of building space. The new Cordelia Hills Elementary incorporates two-story construction to optimize land use and allow optimal supervision of the campus. The overall campus includes a multipurpose building, library, 32 regular classrooms, two kindergarten rooms, a large amphitheater as well as a playground and field areas. The buildings are arranged so that all classrooms orient toward a central courtyard, providing for better supervision and for easier access from classrooms to the library, multipurpose room and office. The central courtyard has an amphitheater with lots of seating for outdoor performances, assemblies and special events. The multipurpose room has a stage, kitchen, full-sized volleyball court with multiple basketball courts. Other campus facilities include an administrative building, library, learning resource center, special education offices, classrooms, counselor and speech offices, and self-contained kindergarten classrooms. The kindergarten classrooms have their own secured play area at the front of the campus to facilitate the ease of parent drop-off. The classrooms all have the latest features; data outlets for computer and internet access, Phonic Ear sound systems for assisted listening, built in storage, video projection capabilities and natural lighting. The library includes a computer lab, story nook area within the early reader section and an expansive area for student learning. The shelving capacity provides for 35,000 volumes of library books and is conveniently located off a textbook room. The campus includes plenty of space for physical education and after school sports use. The facility includes a soccer field, football field, baseball fields, new playground equipment and expansive asphalt play area. The playground is nestled in the back of the campus, away from the street and adjoins the multipurpose building and field areas.


     
     

    Crescent Elementary School
    1001 Anderson Drive
    Suisun City, CA 94585
    (707) 435-2771

    The new Crescent Elementary School provides 32 classrooms and approximately 48,800 square feet of usable building space. The new school replaces the old Crescent Elementary School where students were housed in temporary portable classrooms. This state-of-the-art educational facility has up to 12 computer data drops per classroom, fiber optic digital phones, and cable TV in each classroom. The classrooms also have in-room sinks, built in cabinetry, lots of windows for natural lighting, and a spacious open floor plan. The school has a centrally located library with wiring for computer access and open clerestory windows for natural lighting.

    The new multipurpose room has a gym floor for basketball and volleyball sports, a stage for theater and band performances, built-in seating and a full-service kitchen. Large open windows in the multipurpose room allow for natural lighting during daytime hours. In front of the building, are architecturally pleasing shade structures that provide a break from the weather for students awaiting pick-up after school. The school also has two separate playgrounds, one for kindergartners and one for older children. Both playgrounds have specialized rubberized surfacing to minimize injuries and give kids a soft landing area.  

    The site incorporates modern storm water Best Management Practices to minimize pollution reaching the neighboring Suisun Marsh. The District built an on-site wetland to help mitigate impacts to surrounding native plants and animals.

     

     
     

    Dan O. Root II Elementary School
    820 Harrier Drive
    Suisun City, CA 94585
    (707) 421-4240

    Dan O Root Health and Wellness Academy is situated on a 6.6 acre site.  The school opened its doors for the first time in 1990.  This facility consists of 37 classrooms, a library-media center wired for technology, support offices, and a multi-purpose room with a kitchen.  All the classrooms are wired for data/internet access giving students maximum opportunities for learning.  In 2017, the Governing Board approved the transition of Dan O Root II to a thematic K-8 elementary school.  The approval included a Health and Wellness theme.

    The change in the grade configuration from a K-5 to K-8 campus will occur one grade level at a time, starting with the addition of sixth grade during the 2017-2018 school year.  To support the increase in students, the school will receive during the summer of 2018 a modernization to the administration offices to increase campus security, a kitchen addition and multipurpose room upgrades, additional safety and security upgrades, technology infrastructure upgrade, and the installation of a new field, shade structure, and playground equipment.

     

     
     

    David Weir K-8 Preparatory Academy
    1975 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 399-3300

    David Weir was originally built in 1965 and is named after the former owner and publisher of The Solano Republican, a local newspaper now known as The Daily Republic. During the mid 1990’s, the site was closed and converted to a District Administration center and improvements were made at that time. During the summer of 2006, the District invested $7 million dollars to a renovation project on the existing 42,735 square foot administration center converting it back to an elementary school and modernizing it for the future.  The improvements included modernizing 16 classrooms in the existing building; a new administration & library; student restroom remodeling; and new flooring throughout campus. In addition to the rehabilitation of the old kindergarten classroom, a new kindergarten complex was created adding a new 1,000 square foot kindergarten classroom expansion with new play equipment in an enclosed area for student safety and supervision. The project also allowed the reconstruction of the old multipurpose room to include refurbished hardwood flooring, new built-in pocket tables, and assisted listening system. The project included upgrades or replacements to all electrical systems including phone, public address (PA), data, security alarm, and fire alarm systems, new hearing impaired amplification system (Phonic Ear) in all classrooms and new HVAC and plumbing systems. The new 4,600 square foot classroom building was designed specifically for our special education programs and included three classrooms, restrooms, meeting rooms and support spaces. The project also added 6 new portable classrooms and two new restroom buildings in a well-designed layout that allows a natural flow of student traffic. The playground was completely replaced and included new play boxes with new play apparatus and rubberized play surface. The frontage improvements include a new bus drop off area, landscaping improvements, and a staff and visitor parking lot. 

    During the summer of 2014 and 2017, four relocatable classrooms were added. Each of the classrooms are 960 square feet and have wiring to support the latest technology. These classrooms have new laminate flooring, fresh paint inside and out, and were furnished with new student desks.  New doors with an electronic locking features were added in 2018 to the main office offering more security as staff now have the ability to control who has access to the site.

     

     
     
    301 E. Alaska Ave
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 435-3794

    Dover school was constructed by a former small school district, named Dover School District, which at the time was in a rural area of Fairfield.  The former Fairfield School District annexed the Dover school district and in 1954 built a "primary building" to augment the original building that was built many years ago and consisted of just three classrooms. Since 1954, other facilities were added to the school to include additional classrooms and a multipurpose room.   The site has been an elementary school, a middle school, and the home of Sem Yeto Continuation School.   In 2014, the Governing Board took action to move Sem Yeto to Fairfield High School and to close the Dover campus for the 2015-16 school year so that it could receive a renovation.  Dover re-opened in 2016-17 as the Dover Academy for International Studies.  The campus received a $3 million upgrade which included classroom renovations, code and safety upgrades, repairs to access walkways to assure American’s with Disability Access compliance, the creation of a library/media center, new kindergarten complex, and a new track and grass field as well as new play equipment. Additionally, in 2017, new perimeter safety fencing was completed. 

     

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     Fairview Elementary School

    830 First Street
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4165

    Fairview was built in 1953 and was the second school within the former Fairfield School District.  At the time it was constructed, it became the "show" school for the Fairfield-Suisun area.  The school was large by the standards at that time, with 22 classrooms, a multipurpose room, faculty work space, administrative offices and auxiliary conference areas.  Since that time, relocatable portables have been added and in 2005, two permanent classrooms were built to house the District's Child Development Center.  In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $31 million has been allocated to provide campus wide modernization including classrooms and the former administration area; provide a new administration and kindergarten building; a new library media center; and to expand the existing parking lot. This project started construction in the summer of 2018 and is anticipated to be completed in summer 2020.
     

     
     

    K.I. Jones Elementary School
    2001 Winston Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 421-4195

    K.I. Jones Elementary was relocated from its original site on Travis Blvd in 1980 because the original site was needed for the shopping mall.  The school was constructed with two kindergarten classrooms, 12 classrooms, a multipurpose room, library, faculty work space and administrative offices.  Before the school could open, six relocatable classrooms and student restrooms were added.  Since that time, 12 more relocatable classrooms and one permanent classroom were added to accommodate the growth of students in the area.  In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. Approximately $20 million has been allocated to modernize the campus; provide a new administration and kindergarten classrooms with additional safety and security upgrades; additional technology infrastructure; modernize and expand the library media center; and conversion of the existing administration to classrooms. This project started construction in summer 2018 and is anticipated to be completed in fall 2019.
     

     
     

    Laurel Creek Elementary School
    2900 Gulf Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4291

    Laurel Creek Elementary was built in 1993 and includes modern facilities for teaching and learning.  The library-media center was renovated in 2006 due to fire damage. It received new carpet, interior shelving and paint.  During the summer of 2017, Laurel Creek Elementary received over $3.8 million in improvements to expand the site. These improvements include the grading of the new land for the campus; expansion of the parking lot; new play field; running/walking track; expansion of the playground asphalt play area; new play box and play equipment; new shade structure; and the removal of two aging portable classrooms.
     

     
     

    Nelda Mundy Elementary School
    570 Vintage Valley Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 863-7920

    Nelda Mundy was built in 1998 and includes modern facilities for teaching that include 33 classrooms, a library media center, and a large multi-purpose room with a full service kitchen. The library-media center and classrooms are wired for technology and have extensive storage and exterior windows providing maximum lighting without the glare. The campus also has a separate play area for kindergarten students and a learning garden. 
     

     
     

    Oakbrook Academy of the Arts
    700 Oakbrook Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 863-7930

    Oakbrook is situated on a 6.2 acre site next to a city park.  The core facility was built 1988 and consisted of two kindergarten classrooms, a multipurpose room, library, faculty workspace and administrative offices.  In the next few years, relocatable buildings were constructed to add 23 classrooms and student restrooms.  Since that time, five portables have been placed on campus.   In 2016, the Governing Board approved of the name change to Oakbrook Academy of the Arts and voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $8.3 million has been allocated to modernize the campus, which will include the expansion to the administration to provide a secure entryway; expansion and modernization to the multipurpose building, which includes a new stage for performances; new outdoor amphitheater; safety and security upgrades to building systems; modernization of restrooms; and associated site work.  The project is anticipated to begin construction in 2019.
     

     
     

    Rolling Hills Elementary School
    2025 Fieldcrest Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 399-9566

    Rolling Hills has approximately 47,000 square feet of building space and was completed in August 2007. The design incorporates two-story construction to optimize land use and allow optimal supervision of the campus. The buildings are arranged so that all classrooms orient toward a central courtyard, providing for better supervision and for easier access from classrooms to the library, multipurpose room and office. The central courtyard has an amphitheater with lots of seating for outdoor performances, assemblies and special events. Other campus facilities include an administrative building, library, learning resource center, special education offices and 28 regular classrooms, counselor and speech offices, and self contained kindergarten complex with two large-sized classrooms. The classrooms all have the latest features: data outlets for computer and Internet access, Phonic Ear sound systems for assisted listening, built in storage, video projection capabilities and natural lighting. The campus includes plenty of space for physical education and after school sports use. The campus also includes a soccer field, football field, baseball field, as well as playground equipment and an expansive asphalt play area located just off the multi-purpose building. 
     

     
     

    Sheldon Academy of Innovative Learning
    1901 Woolner Ave
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4150

    Sheldon Academy of Innovative Learning was opened 1963 and was constructed as a partial school on 7.6 acres.  As intially consructed, Sheldon contained 6 classrooms, a kindergarten classroom and administrative offices in a room to serve as a future classroom.  The facility did not include a library, multi-purpose room or staff restrooms.  Over the years, relocatable classrooms and modular buildings were added to accommodate growth in the area. A multi-purpose building and kindergarten classrooms were added with Measure C funds. In 2016, the voters of the community approved Measure J to provide facility upgrades and improvements.  Approximately $32 million has been allocated to provide a new innovative library media center, replace existing portables with a new two-story classroom building, reconfigure the administrative office to accommodate a secure entrance, expansion to the kitchen/multipurpose building; new outdoor dining area, campus-wide safety and security, technology infrastructure upgrades, and associated improvements for code compliance. This project started construction in summer 2018 and is anticipated to be complete in fall 2019.

     

     
     

    Suisun Elementary School
    725 Golden Eye Way
    Suisun City, CA 94585
    (707) 421-4210

    Built in 1980, this facility consists of 33 classrooms, kindergarten classrooms with attached play area, support offices, restrooms, and a new multi-use room constructed in 2002.  During the summer of 2004, the site received two new classrooms consisting of 960 square foot buildings. There is a full service library located between the Suisun Elementary campus and the neighboring park. The library is designed to meet the needs of both the school District and the community. In 2008, the campus received an extensive transformation replacing 12 portable buildings with permanent classrooms, enhancing the playground area and creating a center quad area to assure adequate supervision. All 12 new classrooms consist of 960 square foot with a modern stucco exterior, a pitched roof, and an up to date interior enhancements that include plenty of storage space for teachers and a built-in “learning wall” with sliding white boards and a TV/VCR safely enclosed within the case work. The classrooms also include a high degree of natural lighting with windows on both sides of the classrooms as well as operable windows for fresh air. As part of the site's overall transformation, an additional parking/drop off area was constructed to bring cars away from the school buildings and allow better flow of traffic and safety for parent pick up and drop-off.  In 2018, funds were allocated to modernize the older classrooms on site and build a lunch shelter.  Construction is anticipated in 2020.
     

     
     

    Suisun Valley K-8 School
    4985 Lambert Road
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 421-4338

    The original building on Suisun Valley was constructed in 1957 and was formerly a one school district.  Suisun Valley was included in the 1968 unification that created the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School Distrct.  In the summer of 2003, the campus was modernized with American’s with Disability Act (ADA) compliant restrooms, new flooring, and electrical and data upgrades. In 2004, three new classroom buildings were constructed to replace several aging portables.  In May 2010, a new multipurpose building was placed on site.  Seven new classrooms, two new restrooms (boys/girls/staff), enlarged main playground, and a new kindergarten play area were completed over the summer of 2013. These classrooms are located on the northern end of the campus and are laid out to provide for appropriate supervision as well as to foster an optimal learning environment. Each classroom includes space for a 70" television screen to be used as a visual aid and teaching tool, cool roofs for energy efficiency, and solar tubes with dampers and abundant windows for natural light. During the summer of 2017, the site received a new parking lot and an addition of two portable classrooms.  Plans are being developed for a new administration and library building.

     

     


     

     Tolenas Elementary School
    4500 Tolenas Road
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4350

     

    Tolenas was originally built in 1952 and was a small separate elementary school district and then annexed into the former Crystal Union School District.  It became part of the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District with the unification in 1968.  It operated without a standard size multipurpose room or adequate faculty work space and administrative offices for many years.  In the summer of 2004, the main building on the campus was modernized with improvements to the fire alarm system, data and electrical systems. It also included the remodeling of restrooms and other necessary repairs. In January 2008, eight new classrooms were completed on the campus, which replaced portable classrooms. Additional improvements included the construction of a new asphalt playground with new basketball hoops, tetherball poles, and play area striping.  The newest addition to the site is the new library and administration building, completed in February of 2008. In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. Approximately $3.6 million has been allocated to expand the main office to allow for a secure entrance, modernization of the original building, a new large shade structure, and additional site work. This project will be completed in phases with the first phase anticipated to begin in 2019.

     

     


     

     Crystal Middle School
    400 Whispering Bay Lane
    Suisun City, CA 94585
    (707) 435-5800

     

    The original Crystal school was constructed in 1956 as an elementary school and was located on a 7.4 acre site in "old town" Suisun City in the south west portion of town.  The new Crystal Middle School was built in 2003 with Measure C funds and includes 31 classrooms with up to 96,000 square feet in building space centered on quad area with a built-in amphitheater. The modern library/media center was designed with a circulation counter wired for electronic book check out system, elaborate shelving near several locations that allow access to the Internet for electronic research and an adjacent Video Production Studio lab station. The science classrooms include chemical resistant counter-tops, built-in student labs, with adjacent classrooms, gas burners and numerous data drops as well as shared teacher’s lab with modern safety equipment. In addition, specifically designed elective classrooms have been provided in the facility. This includes an art classroom that utilizes specialized cabinetry including plan drawers and numerous sinks throughout the room, an ‘Exploring Technology’ classroom that has been designed to provide students with valuable skills in many areas including, Aerodynamic Principals, Robotics, Laser and Fiber Optics, and Graphic Designs utilizing separate lab stations powered with electrical outlets and data drops. The Business lab’s design allows the instruction of Marketing, Economics, Business Law, and Accounting. The cafeteria includes a full service kitchen, a snack bar and student store kiosk. The Gymnasium includes full service shower/locker facilities, high quality wood flooring, regulation basketball, badminton, volleyball, and six practice courts. Administrative offices are located in a central location in the front of the campus, with easy access and ample parking for staff and visitors. Several conference rooms and offices are provided in this area for parent/student conferences. 2004 was the first year the students and staff occupied this state of the art facility.  In 2016, four relocatable classrooms were added to the site and in the summer of 2017, new photovoltaic (solar) parking shade structures were installed. 
     

     
     

    Grange Middle School
    1975 Blossom Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 438-1900

    Located on an 18.5 acre site, Grange school was constructed in 1974 and is named after a rural area that at one time in the past was named the Fairfield grange.  The school was originally constructed with just 25 classrooms, a library, faculty work space, locker rooms and two music rooms.  Since that time 11 relocatable portables have been added and one relocatable building to serve as a substitute multipurpose room.  In 2004 the site received a modernization, which included code and safety upgrades and in 2006, four permanent classrooms, a new gymnasium and administration buildings were constructed.  In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $22 million has been allocated for Grange Middle School in order to provide new cafeteria with a student innovation lab; a new locker room to be joined to the gym; modernization of the existing library; additional safety and security upgrades; technology infrastructure; new parking and other significant site upgrades.  The project started construction in summer 2018 and anticipated to be complete in fall 2019.
     

     
     

    Green Valley Middle School
    1350 Gold Hill Road
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 646-7000

    The original Green Valley school was constructed in 1947 as an elementary school on a 7.7 acre site on Richie Road near the I-80/I-680 interchange.  The new Green Valley school on Gold Hill Road was built with Measure C funds and was first occupied the fall of 2004. This campus includes 32 modern classrooms with up to 96,000 square feet in building space centered on a quad area with a built-in amphitheater. The modern library/media center has been designed with a circulation counter wired for electronic book check out system, elaborate shelving near several locations that allow computerized access to the Internet for electronic research and an adjacent Video Production Studio lab station. The science classrooms include chemical resistant countertops, built in student labs, with adjacent classrooms, gas burners and numerous data drops as well as shared teacher’s lab with modern safety equipment. In addition, specifically designed elective classrooms have been provided in the facility. The art classrooms utilize specialized cabinetry including plan drawers and numerous sinks throughout the room, an ‘Exploring Technology’ classroom that has been designed to provide students with valuable skills in many areas including, Aerodynamic Principals, Robotics, Laser and Fiber Optics, and Graphic Designs utilizing separate lab stations powered with electrical outlets and data drops. The Television-Communications / Computer lab’s design allows the instruction of Microsoft Word, Spreadsheets, Powerpoints, and Video Production and editing. The cafeteria includes a full service kitchen, a snack bar and student store kiosk. The Gymnasium includes full service shower/locker facilities, high quality wood flooring, regulation basketball, badminton, volleyball, and six practice courts. Administrative offices are located in a central location in the front of the campus, with easy access and ample parking for staff and visitors. Several conference rooms and offices are provided in this area for parent/student conferences. In 2015, two relocatable classrooms were place and in 2017, the site received new fencing surrounding the property for better campus security.
     

     
     

    Armijo High School
    824 Washington Street
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 422-7500

    Armijo High School is the oldest high school in the community with a long proud history.  The existing school was constructed over a period of years beginning in 1947.  The former Armijo School building on West Texas was sold to Solano County and now houses the judicial courts within the county complex.  Some of the architectural design of the school was retained when the County designed the new complex which is evidence by the stately colmns at the entrance of the building.  On the current campus, Armijo uses an annex to the north-east of the main complex that was a former elementary school, known as Fairfield Elementary.  This portion of the school was built in 1947 and  the main campus was built in phases in 1956 and 1958.  Armijo has 64 classrooms and 31 portables and other facilities including a stadium, gymnasium and a swimming pool, a large band room, a cafeteria and administrative and counseling offices.
     
    Armijo High School underwent a major renovation in the summer of 2003. The modernization work included campus-wide modifications for conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) including handicap accessible door hardware, ramps to entrances, and better travel paths at curb cuts and transitions from the street. The project also included: miscellaneous roof repairs; replacement of double doors at main corridors; renovations of several main building classrooms; improvements to the existing HVAC system; electrical upgrades for computers; new lighting and a new fire alarm system for most of the main buildings. In addition, 14 bathrooms were remodeled with new flooring, wall tile and fixtures. A new walkway was added to allow in natural light and improves the aesthetics of the campus for students. The science wings have received a complete renovation which included new sinks, cabinets, lab work stations with gas spigots, flooring, tackable wall surfaces, better lighting, acoustical ceilings and flooring. The wing was gutted from top to bottom to replace all the plumbing and rebuild the science classrooms and labs and provide new modern science lab stations. The multipurpose room renovations included a new HVAC system, new acoustical paneling, new scratch resistant interior, and upgrades to the stage. The campus has large field areas designed for football, soccer, track, baseball, and softball. 
     
    During the summer of 2011, construction was completed on the new 14,640 square foot library building. The previous library, at 4,603 square feet, was significantly undersized for the student population at Armijo. The new facility was designed to allow for flexible, open spaces so multiple classes can be conducted simultaneously. The space is also designed to host large meetings, allows flexible furniture, and includes collaboration spaces for independent and group learning. There is a technology centered focus on all areas. The library facility consists of 8,000 square feet of open library space capable of hosting large presentations, an Audio Visual Storage room, three small study rooms designed for student group projects that can be opened up into one larger room, a Media Technology room, 1,500 square feet of high density book storage able to hold over 15,000 books, 1,500 square feet of computer lab large enough for two classes, staff and student restrooms, and staff work rooms, offices, and storage. By the end of the summer in 2014, construction was completed on a new, nearly 12,000 square foot Administration/Counseling building to support the student body and staff. This building now houses administrative and counseling offices, conference rooms, work rooms and a generously sized staff lounge. A new quad was constructed in 2016 to connect the administration and library building and to provide easier access between the annex and main portion of the campus.  In 2017, the District completed a full replacement of the synthetic track and field. Both the field and track were replaced with upgraded material including a new anti-concussion prevention shock pad. Additionally, a restroom facility, a new scoreboard, and an enhanced entrance to the stadium was completed in 2018.  The site also received new photovoltaic (solar) shade structures in the parking lot and in the field.
     

     
     

    Fairfield High School
    205 East Atlantic Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 438-3000


    The first phase of Fairfield High School was constructed in 1965 with additional portions following in subsequent years.  The school is located on a 48.2 acre site in the north-eastern part of Fairfield, which at the time of construction placed the school on the edge of town.  The school was modernized in 2004 and currently has 101 classrooms, an extensive library/media center, drama room, a stage, a multi-purpose room, a kitchen, a cafeteria, a gym with adjoining locker rooms, and an administrative and counseling facility centered on a central quad area. The campus houses a pool for competition sports, large field areas designed for football, soccer, baseball, and softball fields. The school received several renovations over the years including code and safety upgrades, creation of a culinary arts building, and expansion and modernization of the library building. Sem Yeto High School was relocated from Dover to Fairfield High School in 2015 and resides mostly in the D and C wings.  In February 2017, the District conducted a replacement of the synthetic track and field. Both the field and track received upgraded material including a new anti-concussion prevention shock pad. Stadium improvements included renovations to the home-side restrooms, new visitor-side restrooms, and a new scoreboard.  During the summer of 2017, the site received new photovoltaic (solar) parking shade structures in the student parking lot. In 2016, the voters of the community approved a $249 Million General Obligation Bond to provide facility upgrades and improvements. $38 million has been allocated for Fairfield High and Sem Yeto High School, in order to modernize, provide additional safety and security upgrades, add additional technology infrastructure, modernize the main office for Sem Yeto, and enhance the parking lot/pick up and drop off area. 
     

     

     

     


     

     

     

     

    Rodriguez High School
    5000 Red Top Road
    Fairfield, CA 94534
    (707) 863-7950

    The Angelo Rodriguez High School was completed and occupied in the fall of 2001. This innovative high school is located on 50 acres in the western portion of the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District. It includes 81 classrooms with science labs, technology labs as well as computer classrooms. All classrooms are wired with data drops to incorporate alternative methods of teaching. This campus hosts a 9,273 square feet library space consisting of a career center, media production room classroom, and audio visual room as well as a home skills lab. The band/choral room was designed with a raised stage and modern acoustics for performances. The campus is built around a quad for central circulation and safety/supervision of the students. The campus also includes a large gymnasium with locker/shower rooms, volleyball courts as well as indoor basketball. The expansive field areas support competition sports including football, baseball and softball. During the summer of 2017, the synthetic field and track were replaced with upgraded material which included an anti-concussion prevention shock pad for additional safety.  Stadium improvements included renovations to the home-side restrooms, new visitor-side restrooms, and a new scoreboard. Additionally, in the fall of 2017, the site received new photovoltaic (solar) parking shade structures. 
     

     
     

     

     
     

    Fairfield-Suisun Adult School
    900 Travis Blvd
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-4155

    Bransford Elementary School was converted to the Adult School in 2009.  The original construction dates back to 1954. Due to growth within the previous Bransford Elementary attendance area, it was necessary to add 16 additional buildings that serve as classrooms, library/media centers, and student support facilities. All classrooms and support facilities have been provided with on-line access to support student leaning. The campus also includes a preschool/day care facility designed for early childhood education. Construction of a new library was completed in February 2008. The new library is a valued edition to the campus. The new wood framed building includes approximately 4,000 of useable space.  The exterior of all buildings received a much needed paint job in summer 2018.

     


     

     

    Public Safety Academy
    230 Atlantic Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 421-3933

    The Public Safety Academy is located at the old Amy Blanc Elementary School at 230 Atlantic Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533. The original school facility was built in 1965, but a modernization was completed in 2001 that included upgrades in electrical capacity, improvements for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance, remodeling of the restrooms, and new wiring for technology. In 2016, the District spent more than $3 million to build three new science classrooms, a lunch shelter, expanded parking area and provided necessary infrastructure improvements for fire life safety, including a new fire hydrant “loop system.” In 2017, the site received a new field and six-lane track, an expanded parade deck, and a new portable classroom for growth.  Construction on a new gymansium and library buildings started in 2018 and is anticipated to be complete in January 2019.  

     

     

     
     

    Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center
    420 East Tabor Avenue
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 438-3684

    Mary Bird school was constructed in 1962 as a primary school by the former Fairfield School District for the purpose of accommodating the growth of primary students at that time.  Named after an elementary school teacher, Mary Bird, the school accepted students that could not be housed at either Dover or Anna Kyle elementary schools.  After the construction of Cleo Gordon and H. Glenn Richardson, the building was no longer needed for elementary students, so it was transitioned to a continuation high school, Academy High.  Later, it transitioned again to the Mary Bird Community Day School and eventually the campus closed in 2010.  In 2016, the campus received a modernization and opened for the 2016-17 school year as the Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center.  All classrooms received modifications required for state preschool licensing, including new restrooms and sinks.  One classroom also features an observation room.  In addition, the campus received a new bus drop-off zone, new playground equipment, landscaping, new ramps and upgrades to the main office to allow for a more secured entrance.  

     

     

     
     

    Matt Garcia Career and College Academy
    1100 Civic Center Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 424-9400

    The original facility was built in 1965 as an elementary school and for many years, it housed the Fairfield-Suisun Adult School.  The campus is designed so that the administration facility, library, multi-purpose room, kitchen and kindergarten were centrally located for ease of services. A modernization was completed in 2001 that included upgrades in electrical capacity, improvements for American’s with Disability Act (ADA) compliance, remodeling of the restrooms, and new wiring for technology. The multi-purpose room was also wired for assisted hearing for the hearing impaired. During summer 2012, the site received four portable classrooms, a new portable multi-use room, and an overall campus revitalization to better support the relocation of the 6-12 Matt Garcia Learning Center to the Civic Center site.  In 2014, two programs, the Matt Garcia Learning Center and Dover Bridge to Sucess, came together to form the Matt Garcia Career and College Academy.
     

     
     

    Richardson Educational Complex
    1069 Meadowlark Drive
    Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 420-2300

    H. Glenn Richardson was a former mayor of Fairfield who was very interested in the education of the youth within the community.  The school opened in 1968 to serve K-6 students.  Located on a 10 acre site near a city park, the school was constructed with 22 classrooms, library, a small multipurpose rooom, faculty work space, conference areas, and a music room.  Since that time, nine relocatable classrooms have been added to the site and the campus has been renovated to enhance student safety, technology, roofing, and structural systems. In addition, the renovation upgraded the electrical capacity, communication systems and provided an assisted hearing device in the multi-purpose room for the hearing impaired. In 2009, the site closed as a comprehensive elementary school.  It is now the Richardson Educational Complex and is home to the DELTA and Phoenix programs.