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FUESD Parents and Guardians,

September 15th through October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. We are excited to celebrate the valuable contributions the Hispanic community has made to push culture forward and enrich society. We honor the progress, ingenuity, strength, and resilience of the Hispanic community as we discover and value Hispanic history, Hispanic heritage, and Hispanic progress.

We are excited to share a few historical figures of Fallbrook along with some of today’s leaders to honor the significant accomplishments of the Latino community and understand how you can be a leader for diversity and equality.

Dr. Candace Singh
Superintendent

Latin-x Leaders in FUESD

Ana Arias | Principal, Fallbrook STEM Academy

Ricardo Favela | FUESD Trustee

Historical Highlights

Victoria-Pedrorena

Victoria de Pedrorena Magee

The first school teacher in the West Fallbrook school district in 1879 was Victoria de Pedrorena Magee, a Hispanic woman. Victoria taught class in her adobe home near Fallbrook Street… READ MORE
Alvarado-Street

Alvarado Street

Alvarado Street in the center of Fallbrook is named for the Alvarado family who were the first people of European descent to… READ MORE
Community-De-Luz

The Community of De Luz

The community of De Luz received its name from Jose de la Luz Linares, a California born Spanish soldier… READ MORE

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