District Information

  • Farmington Public Schools serves students from Farmington, Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield. About 100,000 residents live in this suburban area. The community supports cultural activities, religious institutions, service clubs, civic organizations and a community college.

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    District's Vision Statement - Adopted 2006

    The vision of Farmington Public Schools is high achievement by all students, where learning is our most important work. We are a district in which:

    • Students, teachers, parents, community members, support staff, and administrators work collaboratively to create a positive learning environment to ensure all students are successful, competent and productive.
    • Teachers hold high expectations for all students.
    • We rely on our diversity of thought, perspective and people to build on our strengths.
    • All students and staff feel empowered and supported.
    • Teachers use best practice in every classroom to engage each child.
    • Each school provides a safe, caring and nurturing environment for students, staff and parents that enables every child to experience the joy of learning.
    • Decisions are based on data and quality information.

     

    District's Culture Statement - Adopted 2010

    Everything we do is focused on learning

    • We are all accountable for our students’ success
    • We all engage in continuous learning,collaboration and personal growth
    • We respect and care for students and each other
    • We are inclusive and respect everyone
    • We foster innovation,creativity and risk taking
    • We reward and recognize what we value
    • We model civility in our language and actions

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    Farmington Public Schools is a member of the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN)

    Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN)

    The Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) is a national coalition of multiracial, suburban-urban school districts that have come together to study achievement gaps that exist in their districts. With strikingly similar and disturbing disaggregated achievement data, racial disparities on an array of achievement outcomes demonstrate wide gaps in performance between students of color and their white peers. More information can be found on MSAN's web site at www.msan.wceruw.org.