Our Commitment


We will provide all students access to high quality options and a variety of activities. We will implement, continue, or expand practices proven to raise student achievement; and eliminate practices that do not.

We expect all students to achieve their personal best; differences in achievement among socio-economic and ethnic groups are not acceptable. We expect effective teacher performance toward desired results.

We will require the timely delivery of high quality services to every site. We will sustain and monitor a financial plan that ensures the viability of the district. We will provide clear expectations and regularly support professional growth.

We will provide a safe, clean, and orderly learning and working environment.

We will establish collaborative relationships with staff, parents, students, and the community. We strongly encourage and welcome the valuable contributions of our families. We expect and depend upon individual responsibility.


The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. All aspects of the District’s school environment, including all academic, extra-curricular and school-sponsored programs, activities and practices shall be free from harassment, intimidation, and discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

The Superintendent or designee shall review district programs and activities to ensure the removal of any barrier that may unlawfully prevent an individual or group in any of the protected categories stated above from accessing district programs and activities, including the use of facilities. He/she shall take prompt, reasonable actions to remove any identified barrier. Board Policies found in the Parent Student Notification and Information Handbook are subject to change. Please visit the following website for the most current board policies: www.fresnounified.org/board/policies/Pages/default.asp


The purpose of the four Fresno Unified School District Goals is to give the District direction to improve student outcomes. To accomplish the four District goals, it is expected that all students will be in school, on time and ready to learn every day.

  1. All students will excel in reading, writing and math
  2. All students will engage in arts, activities, and athletics
  3. All students will demonstrate the character and competencies for workplace success
  4. All students will stay in school on target to graduate

Schoolwide Student – Learning Outcomes

  • Apply literacy skills throughout the disciplines
  • Analyze ideas historically, locally, and globally within a rigorous academic environment
  • Demonstrate knowledge of American democracy through civic engagement
  • Accomplish tasks through social influence, integrity, and a variety of management skills

No Fee Policy

  • No fees of any kind may be collected from students participating in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title II in the following AEFLA Programs: English as a Second Language, Citizenship Preparation, Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency Preparation, High School Diploma Program, Parenting Classes, and Distance Learning Programs for ESL/Citizenship/ABE/ASE.