The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District serves a kindergarten through eighth grade student population at nine school sites, including two schools located on the United States Marine Corps Base at Camp Pendleton. Evidence of the quality of the educational program offered to students, all of our schools annually meet or exceed the State’s accountability markers of the Academic Performance Index. The District has also been recognized for winning the California School Board Association achievement of the Golden Bell for multiple programs.
The District’s commitment to curriculum development has resulted in an articulated instructional program with continuous input from the teaching staff. An integral part of the school system is the use of up-to-date computers, video and audio systems at all levels. Gifted and talented students, identified and challenged with special coursework, extend their learning opportunities.
The Mission of the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District is to provide the pathway for all students to attain expertise and develop skills of academic excellence that will empower them to:
Become lifelong active learners
Perform successfully in their chosen field and in society
Model respect for themselves and others in a diverse and global society
Think and apply information in a critical manner
The Governing Board of the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District shows great commitment to our professional educators.
The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District adheres to all federal and state laws prohibiting the possession, use, or sale of illegal drugs and alcohol. The District is committed to a smoke-free, drug-free and alcohol-free screening test, at District expense.
It is the fundamental policy of the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District to provide equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, age, creed, color, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, medical condition or marital status.