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arrowsCounty Committee meeting- June 8, 2016, 7:00 PM at District Board Room
05/26/2016
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS that the Orange County Committee on School District Organization will hold a special meeting and public hearing to receive public testimony/comment on the Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s recommended plan to establish trustee areas within the district from which the governing board members would be elected using a by-trustee area election process
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arrowsBoard Adopted Map for Changing to By-Area Elections
05/23/2016
Click here to view the Map adopted by the Board of Trustees
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arrowsDistrict Process for Identifying Trustee Voting Areas *Updated*
04/08/2016
The Fullerton Joint Union High School District is in the process of changing from at-large elections to by-trustee area elections. Please click here for up-to-date information about the process.
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arrowsDistrict Org Chart
02/19/2016
Please click on the attachment for a list of common issues and the associated District staff member who can help.
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arrowsEnglish Language Learner Parent Survey/Encuesta para Padres de Aprendices de Inglés
02/16/2016
English Language Learner Parent Survey/Encuesta para Padres de Aprendices de Inglés
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Superintendent's Message

Welcome to Fullerton Joint Union High School District!    

Scott Scambray, Ed.D.

The start of a new school year is always invigorating and brings with it a sense of excitement associated with any new beginning. While much was accomplished last year throughout the District, the 2015/16 school year promises a renewed commitment to meeting the educational needs of all our students. The Board of Trustees and I are committed to working together as a team with all parents/guardians, students, teachers, staff members, and the entire school community to provide excellent educational programs in a safe and nurturing environment. Our partnerships with all members of the community will continue to be a central focus of our work as a school district.

As a District, we recognize our important responsibilities to assist all students to: 
• Become contributing members of our society.
• Improve academic, critical thinking, and basic skills, and acquire important knowledge.
• Build constructive, consistent, and compelling systems of values and accompanying attitudes.
• Instill within each an appreciation for the American heritage and the responsibility for citizenship in our democratic society.
• Prepare for a satisfying and useful career.

Working as partners with all members of the District’s educational community, I am confident that our students will be prepared to meet the challenges that lie ahead. The Board of Trustees and I wish you a most successful 2015/16 school year.


Scott Scambray, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

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