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The Foundation for Fresno Unified Schools welcomes Amazon in returning as the lead sponsor for the 2023 State of Education Gala. One focus of  The Foundation for Fresno Unified Schools is to raise money for student scholarships. Amazon’s contribution of $30,000 is the largest single donation for Fresno Unified Scholarships and supports future programs and …

What:  Duncan Polytechnical High School will honor veterans and public safety employees at 9/11 event

When:   Monday, Sept. 11, 2023

               8:10 a.m. (10-minute ceremony)

Where:  Duncan Polytechnical High School               4330 E. Garland Ave. (93726)

​Duncan Polytechnical High School will hold a short ceremony commemorating the anniversary of 9/11. The event will not only honor those who lost their lives …

Fresno Unified values our teachers and is proud of the offer we have made to the Fresno Teachers Association (FTA), which estimates taking the average teacher salary into the six figures. Any claims that Fresno Unified salary increases are not keeping up with the rate of inflation or the state funded LCFF cost of living …

What:    Community health and literacy event for Bullard High School region

When:   Thursday, Sept. 7, 2023               5-7 p.m.

Where:  Tenaya MiddleSchool              1239 W. Mesa Ave. (93711)

Families in the Bullard High region are invited to learn more about health and literacy at a regional event that will include free books and hygiene kits with towel, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste …

Fresno Unified has begun transitioning five of its highest-needs schools into community schools, neighborhood hubs where families can access a wide range of services to help students thrive academically and emotionally. The schools are Birney, Holland, Norseman and Thomas elementary schools and Fort Miller Middle School.

The overarching goals of the community schools strategy are to …

Fresno Unified is actively recruiting qualified teachers in a variety of subjects for the 2023-24 school year. The highest needs are for:



Career technical education

Certified tutors


Special education teachers

Speech language pathologists

Deaf and hard of hearing

Early learning special education

Adaptive physical education

Classified employees

Paraprofessionals and paraeducators; positions range from 3.5 hours to 8 hours

Please visit the Fresno Unified website and …

What:    Celebration at Del Mar Elementary School, one of 18 elementary campuses from across the nation selected to receive back-to-school funds and supplies from Office Depot

When:   Monday, Aug. 14, 2023

               8 a.m.

Where:  Del Mar Elementary School               4122 N. Del Mar Ave. (93704)

Del Mar Elementary School has been selected by Office Depot to receive backpacks and …

Fresno Unified’s Nutrition Services looks forward to welcoming students back for the 2023-24 school year with healthy meals, including several new items. Under USDA guidelines, the district will provide meals at no cost to all enrolled students regardless of income levels. This supports the district’s efforts to eliminate all barriers to student learning and helps …

What:    Launch of the second year of the HBCU Step Up program

When:   Thursday, Aug. 10, 2023

               5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Where:  Edison High School cafeteria               540 E. California Ave. (93706)          

Students, staff, families and the community will gather to welcome the second group of 11th graders participating in a dual enrollment partnership with Benedict College, one of …

What:   District leaders share important information about returning to school for the 2023-24 academic year

When:  Monday, Aug. 7, 2023

             1:30 p.m.  

Where: Roosevelt High School              4250 E. Tulare Ave. (93702)

Superintendent Bob Nelson, members of the Fresno Unified Board of Education and district leaders will discuss important information for families as school resumes on Monday, August …

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