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2019–2020 School Accountability Report Card
About This School
Contact Information (School Year 2020–2021)
Last updated: 12/31/2020
School Description and Mission Statement (School Year 2020–2021)
WE NURTURE AND CULTIVATE THE INTERESTS, INTELLECT, AND LEADERSHIP OF OUR STUDENTS BY PROVIDING AN EXCELLENT, EQUITABLE EDUCATION IN A CULTURALLY PROFICIENT ENVIRONMENT.
Organizational culture is the building clock for a highly successful and extraordinary school district. Organizational culture is the set of shared beliefs, truths, assumptions, and values that operate in organizations. Our Fresno Unified values shape our culture by defining the way that things get done and by providing a framework for the expected behavior of faculty, staff, and students to foster the growth of individuals we serve. Fresno unified believes in dependable and tailored service with a focus on our core values.
WE VALUE LEARNING
• We provide high quality teaching and learning that involves challenging and relevant experiences to produce critical, collaborative, and solution-oriented thinkers.
• We create learning experiences that support a wide range of ability and are focused on improving every day with constructive and consistent feedback.
• We emphasize learning is enjoyable, engaging, and interactive.
• We know all individuals can learn and we demonstrate that by having high expectations and a growth mindset.
WE VALUE PEOPLE AND OUR COMMUNITY
• We create a welcoming place where diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the forefront of all our decisions to create a place where people are treated with respect and compassion.
• We strive to ensure that all feel loved, valued, informed, and heard.
WE VALUE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR
• We promote all individuals to grow intellectually, emotionally, morally, socially, and culturally.
• We demonstrate a passion for life rooted in respecting and understanding one another.
• We prepare our students to place active roles in building positive communities.
WE VALUE ACCOUNTABILITY
• We have a responsibility to action and own the consequences of our actions.
• We measure and reflect on outcomes to improve the quality of our work.
• We use evidence-based methods and make data-informed decisions
• We own the intent and the impact of our actions at all levels of Fresno Unified
All district goals shall have objectives that are measurable, actionable, and develops monitoring metrics to asses district progress that guides program evaluation and resource allocation.
• Improve academic performance at challenging levels
• Expand student centered and real-world learning experiences
• Increase student engagement in their school and community
• Increase recruitment and retention of staff reflecting the diversity of our community
• Increase inclusive opportunities for families to engage in their students’ education
Pathways and programs:
Agriscience & Technology: a Linked Learning pathway developing essential career preparation skills through science and engineering, as well as personal leadership opportunities within the exciting industry of Agriculture, Construction, Manufacturing and Technology.
Health Sciences: a NAF certified pathway offering students the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in the fields of medical education, sports medicine, and athletic training. Students who complete the pathway will have the opportunity to earn industry-recognized certifications in the field.
Multimedia & Marketing: a Linked Learning pathway examining the use of photography and videography in the marketing and entertainment industry sectors. Students will receive hands-on training in pre- and post-production jobs, current and emerging technologies, through the creative processes.
Video Production Academy: a pathway exploring broadcasting and cinematography in the arts and media industry sectors. Students will produce school broadcasts and community projects.
Teacher Academy: an academy guiding students to various positions in the education sectors. Students will assist and teach in elementary classrooms, while attaining their paraprofessional certification and taking industry certification tests.
Last updated: 1/4/2021
Student Enrollment by Grade Level (School Year 2019–2020)
|Grade Level||Number of Students|
Last updated: 12/31/2020
Student Enrollment by Student Group (School Year 2019–2020)
|Student Group||Percent of Total Enrollment|
|Black or African American||5.80 %|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0.40 %|
|Hispanic or Latino||69.70 %|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||0.20 %|
|Two or More Races||0.90 %|
|Student Group (Other)||Percent of Total Enrollment|
|Socioeconomically Disadvantaged||91.10 %|
|English Learners||14.20 %|
|Students with Disabilities||7.90 %|
|Foster Youth||1.00 %|