• Summer Camps
    Over 40 free summer camp programs! For more information go to:
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  • Play Streets / Calles para todos
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  • Coffee Chat / Hora del café 4/29/22
    Friday, April 29 / Viernes, 29 de abril 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

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We're looking for a Physical Therapist to oversee and implement physical therapy to students who are a part of or have been referred for Special Education! For more information and to apply, click here:

Our first Summer Showcase picture features Lily! In this picture, she is heading out to River Camp. Lily loves school because she likes to challenge herself and loves to see her friends and teachers. In the second photo, Gilbert is at the beach enjoying summer!

It’s Farm to Summer Celebration Week across the state of California! This week connects our students with local farm(s) as they enjoy meals that include regional products. #AchievingOurGreatestPotentialFUSD #FarmtoSummer

We're looking for an Executive Director of our Benefits and Risk Management Department! For a full job description and requirements, and to apply, click here: #hiring

The Environmental Services Supervisor is accountable for planning, coordinating, organizing and monitoring the District environmental, energy management and emergency services activities and programs. For more information and to apply, visit:

Students at King Elementary are reaching for the stars ⭐️ as they participate in various STEAM Camps this summer! These pictures feature the Skydome, which is an immersive experience that allows students to learn about constellations and how they connect to form shapes!

Today is the very last day to register for Summer Camps! You can even sign your student up for a second camp if you’d like! Don’t miss out on these unique, fun opportunities to keep your student physically and mentally active over the break. Visit ... now!

The Residents' Academy group met different units of the Fresno Police Department every week for 18 weeks to learn more about what they do in the community. What a great way to develop and foster strong relationships between families and law enforcement!

The Emancipation Proclamation was signed on January 1st, 1863, freeing most of the slaves in confederate states. Slavery in Texas continued beyond this date. On June 19, 1865, Union Army General Gordon Granger issued a proclamation to free the remaining slaves. Happy Juneteenth!

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