Fresno Unified School District

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Fresno Unified School District
2309 Tulare Street
Fresno, CA, 93721
District information
MottoPreparing College and Career Ready Graduates
GradesPK-12
SuperintendentMichael E. Hanson [1]
Deputy Superintendent(s)Ruthie Quinto
School board
  • Luis A. Chavez, President
  • Christopher De La Cerda, Clerk
  • Brooke Ashjian
  • Valerie F. Davis
  • Lindsay Cal Johnson
  • Carol Mills, J.D.
  • Janet Ryan
Enrollment73,000
Other information
Websitehttp://www.fresnounified.org

The Fresno Unified School District is a school district in Fresno, California, United States.

Facts and figures[edit]

  • California's fourth largest school district[2]
  • 74,000 students[3]
  • $869 million budget
  • 76 different languages represented over the last five years
  • 1,575 children attend preschool
  • 25,400 adults attend adult education classes

Administration[edit]

Superintendent[edit]

Robert G. Nelson

Board of Education[edit]

  • Luis A. Chavez, President
  • Christopher De La Cerda, Clerk
  • Brooke Ashjian
  • Valerie F. Davis
  • Lindsay Cal Johnson
  • Carol Mills, J.D.
  • Janet Ryan

[4]

Schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Ahwahnee Middle School
  • Baird Middle School
  • Bullard Talent Middle School
  • Computech Middle School
  • Cooper Academy
  • Fort Miller Middle School
  • Hamilton Middle School
  • Kings Canyon Middle School
  • Lawless Middle School
  • Rutherford B. Gaston Middle School
  • Scandinavian Middle School
  • Sequoia Middle School
  • Tehipite Middle School
  • Tenaya Middle School
  • Terronez Middle School
  • Tioga Middle School
  • Wawona Middle School
  • William John Cooper Academy
  • Yosemite Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Addams Elementary School
  • Anthony Elementary School
  • Ayer Elementary School
  • Aynesworth Elementary School
  • Baird Elementary School
  • Bakman Elementary School
  • Balderas Elementary School
  • Birney Elementary School
  • Bullard TALENT Elementary School
  • Burroughs Elementary School
  • Calwa Elementary School
  • Carver Academy Elementary School
  • Centennial Elementary School
  • Columbia Elementary School
  • Dailey Elementary School
  • Del Mar Elementary School
  • Easterby Elementary School
  • Eaton Elementary School
  • Edison Bethune Charter School
  • Ericson Elementary School
  • Ewing Elementary School
  • Figarden Elementary School
  • Forkner Elementary School
  • Fremont Elementary School
  • Gibson Elementary School
  • Greenberg Elementary School
  • Hamilton Elementary School
  • Heaton Elementary School
  • Hidalgo Elementary School
  • Holland Elementary School
  • Homan Elementary School
  • Jackson Elementary School
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • King Elementary School
  • Kirk Elementary School
  • Kratt Elementary School
  • Lane Elementary School
  • Lawless Elementary School
  • Leavenworth Elementary School
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • Lowell Elementary School
  • Malloch Elementary School
  • Manchester GATE Elementary School
  • Mayfair Elementary School
  • McCardle Elementary School
  • Muir Elementary School
  • Norseman Elementary School
  • Olmos Elementary School
  • Powers-Ginsburg Elementary School
  • Pyle Elementary School
  • Robinson Elementary School
  • Roeding Elementary School
  • Rowell Elementary School
  • Slater Elementary School
  • Starr Elementary School
  • Storey Elementary School
  • Sunset Elementary School
  • Thomas Elementary School
  • Turner Elementary School
  • Vang Pao Elementary School[5]
  • Viking Elementary School
  • Vinland Elementary School
  • Webster Elementary School
  • Williams Elementary School
  • Wilson Elementary School
  • Winchell Elementary School
  • Wishon Elementary School
  • Wolters Elementary School
  • Yokomi Elementary School

Other schools[edit]

Alternative schools
  • Cambridge Cont. High School
  • DeWolf Cont. High School
  • J.E. Young Academic Center
  • Phoenix Academy
Adult schools
  • Cesar E. Chavez Adult School

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Henry Ellard (Hoover High School class of 1979) - NFL wide receiver, state champion in the triple jump
  • Cliff Harris (Cooper Middle School Class of 2005) - award-winning college football player; played for the University of Oregon 2010-11[6]
  • John Hoover (Cooper Junior High School Class of 1977) - Olympian silver medalist;[7] pro baseball player; Major League Baseball first round draft choice in 1984 by Baltimore[8]
  • Eric Kendricks (Hoover High School class of 2010) - 2014 Dick Butkus Award winner
  • Mychal Kendricks (Hoover High School class of 2008) - NFL linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks
  • Barbara Morgan (Hoover High School class of 1969) - NASA astronaut; teacher in Space Project
  • Rod Perry (Hoover High School class of 1971) - former NFL defensive back for the Los Angeles Rams

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Superintendent's Message Archived March 24, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ About Page Archived March 24, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ About Page Archived March 24, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ "Board Members". www.fresnounified.org. Archived from the original on 2016-03-24. Retrieved 2016-03-24.
  5. ^ "Vang Pao Elementary School." California Department of Education. Retrieved on February 8, 2014.
  6. ^ Canzano, John. 2011. "Ducks gamble and entertain, but size matters," The Oregonian (January 11, 2011)
  7. ^ Woody, Doyle. 1993. "One for the Ages," Anchorage Daily News (July 11, 1993), p. K20
  8. ^ Davis, Jeff. 1989. "Fun Back in Baseball for Hoover," The Fresno Bee (August 26, 1989)

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