High School is located on Washington Street in the City of
The district takes great
efforts to ensure that all schools are clean, safe, and functional.
To assist in this effort, the district uses a facility survey
instrument developed by the State of California Office of Public
School Construction. The results of this survey are available on
Below is more specific information on the condition of the school
and the efforts made to ensure the students are provided with a
clean, safe, and functional learning environment.
Age of School Building
Armijo High School is the original high school in the
Fairfield/Suisun area and currently resides in facilities that were
originally built in 1947, 1956, and 1958, which house classrooms,
including labs, a library/media center, a gymnasium with adjoining
shower/locker rooms, a large band room, a cafeteria, and
administrative and counseling offices. Armijo High School in
Fairfield underwent a major renovation in the summer of 2003. The
modernization work included campus-wide modifications for
conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) including
handicap accessible door hardware, ramps to entrances, and better
travel paths at curb cuts and transitions from the street. The
project also included: miscellaneous roof repairs; replacement of
double doors at main corridors; renovations of several main building
classrooms; improvements to the existing HVAC system; electrical
upgrades for computers; new lighting and a new fire alarm system for
most of the main buildings. In addition, 14 bathrooms were
remodeled with new flooring, wall tile and fixtures. A new walkway
was added to allow in natural light and improves the aesthetics of
the campus for students.
science wings have received a complete renovation which included new
sinks, cabinets, lab work stations with gas spigots, flooring,
tackable wall surfaces, better lighting, acoustical ceilings and
flooring. The wing was gutted from top to bottom to replace all the
plumbing and rebuild the science classrooms and labs and provide new
modern science lab stations.
The Multipurpose Room renovations included a new HVAC system, new
acoustical paneling, new scratch resistant interior, and upgrades to
The campus has large field areas designed for football, soccer,
track, baseball, and softball. The track includes an 8-lane,
400-meter all-weather running track (made from recycled waste tires)
at Armijo High School in Fairfield, CA. This allows the students and
community to compete in inter-collegiate sports, enhance the
facilities of the high school campus and promote our recycling
efforts. The football field is also composed of a synthetic material
ideal for the sites athletics. The campus also has an aquatic
center, basketball courts, and tennis courts. In addition, the
Armijo High School houses an extensive agricultural program
including a greenhouse and a farm area. The campus is well
maintained with a full-time custodial team.
Maintenance and Repair
staff ensures that repairs necessary to keep the school in good
repair and working order are completed in a timely manner. A work
order process is used to ensure efficient service and that emergency
repairs are given the highest priority.
Cleaning Process and Schedule
The district governing
board has adopted Strategic Goals, which include cleaning standards
for all schools in the district. (Strategic Goal #4). These
standards are available at any school site and the District Office.
The district’s Operations Department works daily with the custodial
staff to develop cleaning schedules to ensure a clean and safe
school, along with the supervision of the site principal.
Deferred Maintenance Budget
The district participates in the State School Deferred Maintenance
Program, which provides state matching funds on a dollar-for-dollar
basis, to assist school districts with expenditures for major
repair/replacement of existing school building components.
Typically, this includes roofing, plumbing, heating, air
conditioning, electrical systems, interior or exterior painting, and
floor systems. For the 2008-2009 school year the district has
budgeted $552,000 for the deferred maintenance program.
Deferred Maintenance Projects
For the 2008-2009 school
year the district’s Governing Board has approved deferred
maintenance projects for this school that will result in repairs to
Currently, the F-SUSD is designing a specialized Video technology
Laboratory and photo laboratory that will be an exciting addition to
the campus curriculum.
New School Construction Projects
There are no new construction projects planned for the 2008-2009