• Student Teachers and Student Observers 

    Student Teacher Placements ONLY - (General Education)  (Requests are closed for Spring 2022. Please check back for Fall 2022

    If you are interested in Student Teaching please have your University/College Advisor complete the Student Teaching Placement Form.  This form is to request for general education placement only.

    Special Education, Psychology, SLP, and Counseling placements:  Please contact Maureen Cottrell, Director of Special Education/mcottrell@fjuhsd.org. 

    Student Teacher - Placement Information

    Once you have been contacted by your advisor and a placement has been approved, please contact the school Assistant Principal of Instruction and Operations for more information and details on your placement.

    School

     

    APIO Name

    Email

    Buena Park High 

     

    Dan Sage

    dsage@fjuhsd.org

    Fullerton Union

     

    Steve Garcia

    stgarcia@fjuhsd.org

    La Habra

     

    Craig Weinrich

    cweinrich@fjuhsd.org

    La Sierra/La Vista

     

    Gary Day

    gday@fjuhsd.org

    Sonora High

     

    Steven Cazares

    scazares@fjuhsd.org

    Sunny Hills

     

    Melissa Stinson

    mstinson@fjuhsd.org

    Troy High

     

    Lance Bletscher

    lbletscher@fjuhsd.org


    Resources for Student Teachers who have been placed in the FJUHSD:

    Student Teacher Performance Assessments (TPAs)

    Do you need to fulfill your TPA requirement and videotape your performance in the class?  Please use the following forms to receive permission to do this.

     

    Student Observers 

    Please contact the specific school site Principal directly to request permission if you need to observe a classroom. This is not the traditional student teacher placement and usually is less than 20 hours.  Observers will be cleared as volunteers and will need to go through our Human Resources Department.  The FJUHSD will NOT make an observation placement for you; you will need to do this by reaching out to interested school. 

Last Modified on April 18, 2022