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What:    IdeaFest student showcase

When:   Saturday, April 20, 2024

               9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.  

Where:  Fresno City College – West Lawn              1101 E. University Ave. (93741)         

Students of all ages from throughout Fresno Unified will showcase their creativity at IdeaFest 2024, with a theme this year of “Fresno, My Home…Celebrate, Advocate, Elevate.” Through art, poetry, music, storytelling and other …

What:    Student-athlete signing ceremony

When:   Wednesday, April 17, 2024

              12:30 p.m. 

Where:  Bullard High School theater               5445 N. Palm Ave. (93704)         

Bullard High School will recognize seven student-athletes who have committed to playing their sport at the college level. The signing ceremony will include:

Sam Allen, basketball – Bethel College

Ramon Arredondo, wrestling – Concordia University

Simone Arredondo, wrestling – Concordia University

Anthony …

The spring 2024 edition of the “Faces of Fresno Unified” digital magazine is available, featuring exemplary and inspiring students, staff, alumni and community members and highlighting Fresno Unified’s Excellence in Education winners. In this edition, read about:

Michael Robinson, a teacher on special assignment leading literacy instruction at Terronez Middle School who says, “education saved me …

What:    Free professional dress shopping event for high school juniors and seniors

When:   Tuesday, April 9, 2024

               5-8 p.m. 

Where:  McLane High School cafeteria              2727 N. Cedar Ave. (93703)       

High school juniors and seniors from across Fresno Unified will have the opportunity to select professional dress items for free at the Suited For Success shopping event hosted by …

What:   Family engagement night for Fresno High School region with a focus on reading and student cultural performances

When:   Monday, April 8, 2024              5-7 p.m.

Where:  Fresno High School              1839 N. Echo Ave. (93704)

The Fresno High School region will host a fun family night with interactive literacy workshops, student cultural performances, community resources and free food (first come …

What:   Middle School Tournament of Technology

When:  Saturday, April 6, 2024              8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (awards ceremony at 1 p.m.)

Where: Sunnyside High School              1019 S. Peach Ave. (93727)

Approximately 400 Fresno Unified middle school students will square off in technology-based competitions as part of the 17th annual Middle School Tournament of Technology, the largest contest of its …

What:   White House selects Fresno Metro Ministry for healthy foods initiative; Fresno Unified students benefit

When:  Friday, April 5, 2024              11 a.m.

Where:  Muir Elementary School               410 E. Dennett Ave. (93728)

Fresno Metro Ministry was selected to be part of the White House Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities and is partnering with Fresno Unified and other organizations …

The Foundation for Fresno Unified Schools has been awarded a $40,000 one-time grant from the California Wellness Foundation that will be used to establish a cultural exchange program for staff and students in the district’s Hmong programs. The funds will allow for additional culturally enriching opportunities such as a trip overseas. Fresno Unified offers a …

What:   Edison High School students will plant trees, shrubs and flowers in a new peace garden

When:  Sunday, March 24 and Monday, March 25, 2024             9 a.m.-3 p.m.

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

Students will begin planting a new peace garden at Edison High School, visible from California Avenue, to provide a space for …

Following more than a dozen listening sessions with the community, Fresno Unified is sharing the community’s top priorities for the next Superintendent. Top priorities include: 

Strong educational background and administrative credential,  

Experience throughout a district system and ties to the Valley,  

Transparent and authentic communicator,  

Strategic vision using data analysis,  

Strong community ties and experience with parent and family engagement …

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