Fulton prep school to hold planning session

February 15, 2012 by  

The public is invited to attend an informational meeting Thursday February 16 to learn more about academic improvement plans at Robert Fulton College Preparatory for the upcoming school year, according to the Panorama City Neighborhood Council. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the brainstorming teams that have been working to come up with ideas to enhance the curriculum and education experience at Fulton.

Fulton is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Public choice program. Specific developmental goals for what’s referred to as a focus or under-performing schools are to improve the quality of instruction and overall academic performance.

Fulton Principal Betty Riley says staff and students are dedicated to the betterment of the school. Student participation in a relevant, rigorous and solid standards-based education program provided in a safe and personalized environment describes the schools vision, according to Riley.

Consistently adhering to these high principles will help ensure that Fulton students are sufficiently prepared for college, groomed to launch careers and to become productive members of their respective communities who recognize and respect diversity. Catalog printing could provide current and prospective students with detailed information about the new goals for the school along with specific class schedules for the 2012-2013 school year.

Nearly 2,200 student are currently enrolled in Robert Fulton College Preparatory. The school employs 99 teachers. Fulton has a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. Thursday’s planning meeting will run from 5 to 8 p.m. at 7477 Kester Avenue in Van Nuys. Van Nuys is located about 3 miles from Panorama City.