The Director of Student Services is the single point of contact should parents or community members have questions or concerns related to school safety and/or campus climate. The school site principal is the school campus leader and also an available contact should specific site level questions or concerns arise related to safety and/or campus climate. Contact information for the Director of Student Services is listed above, and school principal contact information is located on each FUESD individual school’s homepage.
Raquel Calderon | Secretary III – Bilingual
firstname.lastname@example.org | (760) 731-5442 FAX: (760) 731-9126
Student Services is located at the District Office, in the Education Services Department, Room 401.
Commonly Used Forms
- Independent Study Contract
- Acuerdo de Estudios Independientes
- Interdistrict Transfer Application
- Solicitud de Permiso para Asistencia Interdistrital
- Caregivers Authorization Affidavit
- Declaración Jurada de Autorización del Cuidador
- Residency Affidavit
- Affidavit de Residencia
- Request for Home Instruction Form
- Solicitud de Instruccion en el Hogar
- Transcript Request / Solicitud de Registros Estudiantiles
FUESD has partnered with The Boys and Girls Club for years to provide a safe after school environment
What are the boundaries For FUESD schools?
Click the link here to get a live view of our school boundaries
Student Release Procedures
Below are a few links to parental rights documentation
Health and Immunizations
For more information about SB 277, please review these Frequently Asked Questions
For more information about school immunization requirements and resources, please visit the California Department of Public Health’s website, or contact your local health department.
Medication Administration at School
Report of Health Examination for School Entry: Through early and periodic health care, you will maximize your child’s ability to learn in school. For this reason, the State of California has the “Child Health and Developmental Prevention” (CHDP) Program. It requires all children to complete a physical examinations 18 months before and 90 days after entering the first grade. Please complete this form with your child’s primary health care provided before or during first grade.
FUESD Health History: Updated health information is important to providing a safe and healthy learning environment. Please submit an updated Health History form to the Health Care Specialist at your child’s school site each year. (This new pdf has both the english and Spanish versions in one document and can replace the two separate documents on the website, I also removed the 2017-18 school year so that we won’t have to update this annually)
Oral Health Assessment: “To make sure your child is ready for school, California law, Education Code Section 49452.8, requires that your child have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) during his or her first year in public school. Please complete this form with your child’s dentist and return it to the Health Care Specialist at your child’s school.”