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About Us

Early education and interventions for children can lead to significantly better outcomes.
Early intervention is more efficient and produces higher academic gains than remedial programs.
High-quality early childhood education can provide the opportunity for increased academic achievement.
 

Our History

Banning Unified School district opened the doors of Florida Street Discovery Center in August of 2014, with classrooms for Transitional Kindergartners and 3- to 5-year-old students with special needs. In July 2016, we expanded our programs to add State Licensed Preschool classrooms for 3- and 4-year-old children. As a part of the Banning Unified School District family, we support the District Mission by establishing our School Mission, which is accomplished through our School Goals as outlined below.

Mission
Banning Unified School District is a diverse community that collaborates to develop responsible, respectful, prepared students to achieve their full potential.
 
Vision
Banning Unified School District's vision is to prepare, inspire, and educate
 
District-Wide Goals
  1. Accelerate Student Achievement
  2. Create and Sustain Organizational Management Systems
  3. Increase Parent and Community Engagement
  4. Implement a Clearly Defined, Consistent Human Resources Management System
  5. Maintain Fiscal Responsibility and Long-Term Financial Viability
  6. Sustain and Streamline Productive Relationships with the Board of Trustees
  7. Demonstrate Values-Based, Equitable, and Ethical Leadership
 

FSDC School Mission

The mission of the Florida Street Discovery Center is to provide a positive and meaningful environment for all students. Our mission is to promote social/emotional development and academic experiences help students to develop their school readiness skills.
 

FSDC School Goals

 
  • Provide a safe, positive, and disciplined learning environment where all students have the opportunity to grow to their full potential.
  • Maximize student achievement in social, emotional, physical, cognitive, intellectual, and creative abilities to help them reach their fullest potential.
  • Provide opportunities for family and community members to participate in site-based enrichment activities.
 

Office Staff

 
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Colette Burgess
Principal/Director
Lorena Ledesma
Site Secretary
Justine Naus
Health Aide
Patricia McCoy
Nutrition Provider