Welcome to Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District
Superintendent Russell Freitas
The Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District is located in Fresno County, known as the richest agricultural county in the nation. Firebaugh's nearest urban area is the City of Fresno, which is forty miles east, with California State University at Fresno and Fresno Pacific College for post-secondary education. The town of Firebaugh's demographic population is representative of the majority of other towns on the Westside of the San Joaquin Valley. Most of the employment in these rural communities is related to agriculture and the school district.
Our school district enrolls approximately 2200 students from Pre-School through 12th Grade on several campuses located within the city of Firebaugh. The schools are as follows: Hazel M. Bailey Primary (Pre-School - 3); Arthur E. Mills Intermediate (4- 5); Firebaugh Middle School (6 - 7); Firebaugh High School (9 - 12); El Puente Continuation High School (9-12) Community Day School and FACE Adult Education.
Our purpose is to create a community for learning, where students, parents, and staff are joined in the pursuit of academic excellence and personal growth in a caring environment. Student achievement continues to grow according to our annual Academic Performance Index and our Annual Yearly Progress. The district staffs are committed to collaborating in Professional Learning Communities and through the use of student data to inform instruction, we will ensure that all students will achieve. The Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District's mission is to provide an environment that maximizes student learning and high levels of academic achievement