On Saturday, the FMS Robotics team went to their first ever qualifying tournament, making it to the next qualifying round. They should be so proud of themselves—this is really a big accomplishment! The team came prepared, and they worked well together. Let’s congratulate them and wish them luck for their competition on December 4th! Courtesy Fillmore Middle School Blog.
On Saturday, the FMS Robotics team went to their first ever qualifying tournament, making it to the next qualifying round. They should be so proud of themselves—this is really a big accomplishment! The team came prepared, and they worked well together. Let’s congratulate them and wish them luck for their competition on December 4th! Courtesy Fillmore Middle School Blog.
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We are so proud to say that today it was standing room only for our seniors applying for community colleges! The excellent Ventura College support team came today and approximately 50 students completed their applications all at once! Did you know that there is one application for 116 of California’s community colleges? You can find out more at https://home.cccapply.org/en/. Courtesy Sierra High Blog.

 


 
On Tuesday, October 18th, Sierra High students had an opportunity to speak with a representative from the US Air Force. Students were engaged and asked great questions. Did you know that the Air Force has its own accredited community college program that accepts cadet’s basic training and tech training towards an Associate’s Degree, getting them halfway to a 2-year degree? Once the cadet is at a permanent duty station, they can finish their courses at the base. Courtesy Sierra High Blog.
On Tuesday, October 18th, Sierra High students had an opportunity to speak with a representative from the US Air Force. Students were engaged and asked great questions. Did you know that the Air Force has its own accredited community college program that accepts cadet’s basic training and tech training towards an Associate’s Degree, getting them halfway to a 2-year degree? Once the cadet is at a permanent duty station, they can finish their courses at the base. Courtesy Sierra High Blog.
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Above and below are Rio Vista students in Mrs. Moise’s third grade class using their engineering skills to create bridges after learning how the Golden Gate Bridge was built. Photos courtesy Rio Vista Blog.
Above and below are Rio Vista students in Mrs. Moise’s third grade class using their engineering skills to create bridges after learning how the Golden Gate Bridge was built. Photos courtesy Rio Vista Blog.
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(above) These 20 students were on time to school 100% of the time! These responsible students are reliable and dedicated to their learning! Quarter 1 is officially finished for Sierra High School! We are immensely proud of our students-they worked hard! There were 105 awards given. We were so thankful to have families join us to witness their student’s successes be rewarded. As a school, the students earned 1,540 credits in just 37 days of school! We celebrated our students with certificates and prizes. We are so grateful to our donors who helped gather the prizes. To top it off, it was the first day our students were able to get their lunch from the new food truck! Photos courtesy Sierra High Blog.
(above) These 20 students were on time to school 100% of the time! These responsible students are reliable and dedicated to their learning! Quarter 1 is officially finished for Sierra High School! We are immensely proud of our students-they worked hard! There were 105 awards given. We were so thankful to have families join us to witness their student’s successes be rewarded. As a school, the students earned 1,540 credits in just 37 days of school! We celebrated our students with certificates and prizes. We are so grateful to our donors who helped gather the prizes. To top it off, it was the first day our students were able to get their lunch from the new food truck! Photos courtesy Sierra High Blog.
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Chavez's award winners!
Chavez's award winners!
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Schoolwide award winners!
Schoolwide award winners!
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Karayan's award winners!
Karayan's award winners!
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These students exhibited the qualities laid out in our school P.R.I.D.E. Congratulations for being: P-Proud Positive Citizens, R-Respectful individuals demonstrating integrity, I-Individuals striving to be successful, D-Driven to our maximum potential, E-Excelling in academics, attendance, and attitude.
These students exhibited the qualities laid out in our school P.R.I.D.E. Congratulations for being: P-Proud Positive Citizens, R-Respectful individuals demonstrating integrity, I-Individuals striving to be successful, D-Driven to our maximum potential, E-Excelling in academics, attendance, and attitude.
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Lomeli's award winners!
Lomeli's award winners!
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Fillmore’s Middle School Principal Valdovinos made a special visit to an 8th grade classroom and worked with an 8th grader on a science lab. They determined the impact weight has on elasticity. Photo credit Fillmore Middle School blog.
Fillmore’s Middle School Principal Valdovinos made a special visit to an 8th grade classroom and worked with an 8th grader on a science lab. They determined the impact weight has on elasticity. Photo credit Fillmore Middle School blog.
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FMS is proud of their fantastic AVID team pictured above, which consists of teachers from all subjects/grades and one of their counselors! The team met last week to review and celebrate student success so far. Courtesy FMS blog.
FMS is proud of their fantastic AVID team pictured above, which consists of teachers from all subjects/grades and one of their counselors! The team met last week to review and celebrate student success so far. Courtesy FMS blog.
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Last week Fillmore’s Rio Vista TK and Kinder students had a great field trip at the FHS School Farm as part of the Fillmore FFA hosted “Fall on the Farm” event where 450 students attended. The young students toured six different stations around the farm by FFA members. One included pumpkin science, picture taking, hay maze, and a tractor ride. They also got to pick their own special pumpkins to decorate and take home to share with their families. While going around and seeing the farm the kids got the opportunity to ask about the livestock animals and projects students have at Fillmore High School. FFA had a great time hosting the students and getting to be back after COVID. Fillmore FFA is excited to keep this an annual event to educate and give the younger generations a chance to try new things and be a part of an amazing program. Happy Fall! Courtesy Rio Vista Blog.
Last week Fillmore’s Rio Vista TK and Kinder students had a great field trip at the FHS School Farm as part of the Fillmore FFA hosted “Fall on the Farm” event where 450 students attended. The young students toured six different stations around the farm by FFA members. One included pumpkin science, picture taking, hay maze, and a tractor ride. They also got to pick their own special pumpkins to decorate and take home to share with their families. While going around and seeing the farm the kids got the opportunity to ask about the livestock animals and projects students have at Fillmore High School. FFA had a great time hosting the students and getting to be back after COVID. Fillmore FFA is excited to keep this an annual event to educate and give the younger generations a chance to try new things and be a part of an amazing program. Happy Fall! Courtesy Rio Vista Blog.
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Earlier this week Fillmore Adult School had a fun presenter, Kerry from Burlington, come and talk to students about how to use the online learning program they use for most of their classes. They love having guest speakers! Courtesy Fillmore Adult School Blog.
Earlier this week Fillmore Adult School had a fun presenter, Kerry from Burlington, come and talk to students about how to use the online learning program they use for most of their classes. They love having guest speakers! Courtesy Fillmore Adult School Blog.
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Pictured right are Fillmore Middle School 8th grade US History students reviewing the Battles of the American Revolution and preparing for next week’s quarter final. Photo courtesy Fillmore Middle School Blog.
Pictured right are Fillmore Middle School 8th grade US History students reviewing the Battles of the American Revolution and preparing for next week’s quarter final. Photo courtesy Fillmore Middle School Blog.
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A group of our chapter members leading our pumpkin science station educating the kids about pumpkin parts. Photos credit Della Alamillo, FFA Reporter.
A group of our chapter members leading our pumpkin science station educating the kids about pumpkin parts. Photos credit Della Alamillo, FFA Reporter.
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Kindergartners decorating their own special pumpkins to take home to their friends and family.
Kindergartners decorating their own special pumpkins to take home to their friends and family.
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The hay maze was one of the biggest hits.
The hay maze was one of the biggest hits.
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By Della Alamillo, FFA Reporter

On September 20th the Fillmore FFA hosted “Fall on the Farm” for all FUSD Pre-K and Kindergarteners. 450 students attended the event at our School Farm. The young students were toured around to six (6) different stations around the farm by FFA members. One included pumpkin science, picture taking, a hay maze, and a tractor ride. They also got to pick their own special pumpkins to decorate and take home to share to their families. While going around and seeing the farm the kids got the opportunities to ask about the livestock animals and projects students have at Fillmore High School. FFA had a great time hosting the young students and getting to be back after our hard COVID year. Fillmore FFA is excited to keep this an annual event to educate and give the younger generations chances to try new things and be a part of an amazing program.

 
Exciting and fun week at Piru Elementary School! Their week began with a visit from Fillmore’s Rotary Club to present the third grade students with their very own dictionary, followed by their Back-to-School night, and ending with a visit from the Sheriff’s Department during lunch. Big THANKS to all the visitors who brought smiles to the students. Courtesy Piru Elementary Blog.
Exciting and fun week at Piru Elementary School! Their week began with a visit from Fillmore’s Rotary Club to present the third grade students with their very own dictionary, followed by their Back-to-School night, and ending with a visit from the Sheriff’s Department during lunch. Big THANKS to all the visitors who brought smiles to the students. Courtesy Piru Elementary Blog.
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The evening English as a Second Language class has a great time together! Mr. Martinez keeps the lessons fun and engaging. Please reach out if you are interested in improving your English skills! 805-524-8232. Courtesy Fillmore Adult School Blog.
The evening English as a Second Language class has a great time together! Mr. Martinez keeps the lessons fun and engaging. Please reach out if you are interested in improving your English skills! 805-524-8232. Courtesy Fillmore Adult School Blog.
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This past week Fillmore School District bus garages have been buzzing with students getting their floats ready for Fillmore High School’s 2022 Homecoming Parade. The parade is on Thursday, September 22, starting at 6pm, and Annual Blue & White Night is from 5pm to 9pm. The Homecoming game will be held Friday, September 23rd. Photo credit FHS Alumni President Mark Ortega Facebook page.
This past week Fillmore School District bus garages have been buzzing with students getting their floats ready for Fillmore High School’s 2022 Homecoming Parade. The parade is on Thursday, September 22, starting at 6pm, and Annual Blue & White Night is from 5pm to 9pm. The Homecoming game will be held Friday, September 23rd. Photo credit FHS Alumni President Mark Ortega Facebook page.
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On Thursday, September 1st, Fillmore High School held a ribbon cutting ceremony on “Back to School Night” for their Wellness Center also known as “The Cloud”. The Wellness Center has been open since August of 2021 and is designed to be a safe and supportive environment on campus where high school students can access support and resources.
On Thursday, September 1st, Fillmore High School held a ribbon cutting ceremony on “Back to School Night” for their Wellness Center also known as “The Cloud”. The Wellness Center has been open since August of 2021 and is designed to be a safe and supportive environment on campus where high school students can access support and resources.
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At Fillmore Middle School’s “Back to School Night” ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Wellness Center, there was an awesome band performance, great classroom presentations by teachers and lots of happy families.
At Fillmore Middle School’s “Back to School Night” ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Wellness Center, there was an awesome band performance, great classroom presentations by teachers and lots of happy families.
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(above and below) Another exciting week at Piru School! Students in Mr. Barrera, Mrs. Herrera and Mrs. Lanning’s classrooms use manipulatives to support math fluency, addition, counting collections, and a special visit from (l-r) Board Clerk Olivia Palacio and Board President Tricia Gradias. Photos courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
(above and below) Another exciting week at Piru School! Students in Mr. Barrera, Mrs. Herrera and Mrs. Lanning’s classrooms use manipulatives to support math fluency, addition, counting collections, and a special visit from (l-r) Board Clerk Olivia Palacio and Board President Tricia Gradias. Photos courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
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We are proud to announce our August Student of the Month Rene Alcantar. We are very proud of his straight A’s and 100%’s in his classes. Not only does he maintain great grades, but he always steps up to help out and demonstrates Warrior P.R.I.D.E. every day. This senior has a bright future ahead of him! Courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
We are proud to announce our August Student of the Month Rene Alcantar. We are very proud of his straight A’s and 100%’s in his classes. Not only does he maintain great grades, but he always steps up to help out and demonstrates Warrior P.R.I.D.E. every day. This senior has a bright future ahead of him! Courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
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Fillmore Adult School kicked off their Fall 2022 Adult Education classes on Monday, August 29th and there is still room for you! Please call 805-524-8232 if you are interested in learning more! Photos courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
Fillmore Adult School kicked off their Fall 2022 Adult Education classes on Monday, August 29th and there is still room for you! Please call 805-524-8232 if you are interested in learning more! Photos courtesy blog.fillmoreusd.org
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Principal Henrey said,
Principal Henrey said, "Our first three days of school were filled with making connections, building relationships, and learning how to be a Sierra Warrior. We made sure every student understands the expectations and focus on Growth Mindsets here. Our students are gearing up for a great year! There are just 33 days this quarter, so we are challenging our students to stay focused and give it their all. Here they are building their collaborative teams and learning to communicate in science with Mr. Karayan." Courtesy https://www.blog.fillmoreusd.org/ sierra-high-school-warriors-blog/2022/8/19/1st-day-back
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Fillmore Unified School District kicked off the 2022 school year this past week. It was all smiles at Piru Elementary as they welcomed both new and returning students and their families. Pictured are Piru Elementary students getting settled into class and checking out their new supplies. Photo credit blog.fillmoreusd.org
Fillmore Unified School District kicked off the 2022 school year this past week. It was all smiles at Piru Elementary as they welcomed both new and returning students and their families. Pictured are Piru Elementary students getting settled into class and checking out their new supplies. Photo credit blog.fillmoreusd.org
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