In order to prepare students to succeed in a global, high-tech, information-rich society, the Information Technology team is committed to ensuring that all students and staff have access to and are capable of using technology in their daily work. As one of the largest school districts in the state, serving the needs of our growing community of students, teachers, administration, and staff requires a secure, robust infrastructure, state of the art equipment, and innovative software. These tools support both the learning environment, and the work performed by our employees.
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DeWolf High School welcomed the Institute of Technology to learn about their career pathway programs. Students learned about their culinary arts, barbering, and cosmetology programs and participated in hands-on demonstrations. Way to go, Cobras! #FUSDFamily
This year, each region will be able to showcase art at Downtown Fresno’s ArtHop with the theme “Reflection, Recovery, Reimagination.” The theme focuses on how the pandemic made a lasting impact on everyone’s lives. This month, the Roosevelt region was able to display their art.
Retired Principal Carla Hartunian gives back to King Elementary in today’s highlight! Mrs. Hartunian knows that keeping morale up in a school is important for everyone at a school site, so she does her best to do just that. She graciously gives her time to help however she can!
Bullard High School gives back in today’s highlight! The Bullard Closet is the newest addition to campus and students can now shop for new or gently used clothes if they need them. People donated to the closet at a clothing drive and the turnout was awesome! What a great idea!
Hour of Code is here! December 5-11 https://edtech.fresnounified.org/hour-of-code-december-5-11/ #computerscience
Fifth and sixth graders at Eaton Elementary gave back to their community by collecting coins the week before Thanksgiving. They raised $2,000 in coins and presented a check to the Poverello House. Way to go, Eagles! #FUSDFamily #AchievingOurGreatestPotentialFUSD
California Assembly Member- Elect Esmerelda Soria believes in our students! She graciously donated $20,000 to the Foundation for Fresno Unified Schools specifically to support the Fresno High School region. Thank you for helping our students achieve their greatest potential!
Today is National Special Education Day! Fresno Unified serves over 9,000 students receiving specialized services and strives to create inclusive environments for all students to flourish. Happy National Special Education Day! #FUSDFamily #AchievingOurGreatestPotentialFUSD