Randy DeGraw, Superintendent
Thelma Maldonado, Personnel Technician
The District covers approximately four square miles and has a current K-12 enrollment of approximately 2,600. Farmersville is a single unified school district and in fall of 1998 opened the doors to the first high school. Farmersville High School (home of the Aztecs). The high school operates a 9-12th grade comprehensive program with 748 students. J.E. Hester Elementary School is a K-1st grade school with 425 students. Hester School is a site with two transitional kindergarten classes, an extended day Kindergarten program and a Special Ed. Preschool; Snowden School is 2-3rd grade site with 429 students.
Our newest school is Freedom Elementary School. This site is 4-6th grades with 604 students. Farmersville Junior High School is 7 - 8th grades with 363 students. Deep Creek Academy Alternative Education and Independent Studies program. There are 3 county-operated programs on FUSD sites: preschool, community school, and special ed. All sites offer after-school programs until 6:00 p.m. The District General Fund budget is about $32.6 million and employs 275 regular employees.
Current curricular focus is literacy development and mathematics success. 100% of District teachers are authorized to teach English Language learners. The District is a member of the TCOE BTSA program to support new teachers.