Public Safety Academy

Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!


We are so excited to welcome back many of our returning Cadets and over 130 new incoming Cadets for the 2021-2022 school year! We wanted to reach out to you, before the new school year starts, to give you some important information!


Back to School Block Party

Monday, Aug. 16th 2021 at 5-7pm

230 Atlantic Avenue

Fairfield, CA

Pick up Schedules, Games, Music, Community Partner Booths, and Food available for purchase. KONA ICE and Pizza by the Slice

Parents will also have the opportunity to be fingerprinted at the cost of $52 if interested. (cash or check only)


  • Our regular school day is from 8:00AM-2:45PM, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.

  • On Wednesdays, the school day is from 8:00AM to 2:10PM, early release for teacher collaboration.

  • Our first minimum day is Friday, September 3rd. School ends at 11:40AM. Lunch is served from 11:40AM to 12:10PM

  • Students are allowed on campus beginning at 7:30AM. Our cafeteria opens at 7:30AM for breakfast, which is free for all students.

  • Zero Period students will be allowed on campus at 7:00AM for class to begin at 7:05AM. Zero Period students will have a short break to get breakfast, as needed.

  • Printed class schedules will be available for pick up at our Back to School Block Party August 16th from 5:00PM to 7:00PM

  • Each Cadets' schedule will also be "live" in Parent Portal/Aeries by August 17th. Please make sure that you have signed up for Parent Portal (CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP) to be informed!

  • For high school individual class schedule changes, please do not contact the office or counselor. Schedule Change Forms will be provided the first two weeks of school and must be reviewed by the counselor and administration . IF a class schedule change is approved, changes may not be made until after the first 10 days of school. We are HIGHLY impacted and have very little room to move any students at all. For Grades 5-8 there will not be changes made to individual schedules.

  • SUPPLIES: For the first week of school please bring your district issued Chromebook (if student kept from last June), backpack, lined paper, pencils/pens and reusable water bottle.

  • Please add Cadet's name (first initial, last name) to all clothing items, backpacks, lunch bags and water bottles.


LINK for PSA Parent/Cadet Handbook 2021-2022

  • When coming to school, drivers will need to drop off/pick up in the front loading zone and make a RIGHT out of our parking lot.

  • PSA Cadets can bring bikes, non motorized scooters, and skateboards to school. Bikes and non-motorized scooters can be locked in our bike rack (you will need to bring your OWN chain/lock) and skateboards will be housed in the main office.

  • If you need to check your Cadet out of school early, you MUST bring a photo ID and be on the emergency card/Aeries Card. We will not dismiss our Cadets to you without this!

  • There are always female products in our nurse and counselor's office. Don't worry!

  • Cell phones ARE allowed on our campus and MUST be put away during class time. Earbuds are NOT allowed during school hours (unless a student is given explicit permission by their teacher during a class). This is for safety as you must be able to hear us!

  • Please remember the dress code (CLICK HERE). Guidelines are also located in the PSA Online Cadet Handbook (see above link).

  • Families may find electronic copies of the 2021-2022 Parent/Student Handbook on the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District's website under the Family Resource dropdown menu. The Handbook is available in English and Spanish. Please contact our school office if you prefer a printed copy.

Information Regarding Covid-19 School Guidelines

  • Please review the link for updated state guidance: COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K-12 School

    • Masks required (unless exempt) indoors; masks are optional outdoors, but not required

    • No indoor physical distancing requirements if masks are worn

  • PSA Cadets may wear blue, black or white masks without logos or symbols

  • Grade 5-12 Cadets may choose to sit outside for lunch, weather permitting.

PSA Library & Chromebook Information

  • Library will have an information booth at Block Party
  • At the Block Party we will be Issuing chromebooks for our “New to District” students only
  • There will also be a Drop-off box for returning books from last year outside the front doors to the library
  • Check emails! Mrs. Reilly is sending out emails for overdue library books/textbooks.

  • Library will be closed in the morning from 8/18 to 8/27 for those students who need their chrome books repaired. Please fill out our Chromebook Repair Form before you go to the library to see Mrs. Reilly.

  • Library will also be closed at lunch time from 8/18 to 9/1 due to classrooms coming in to get textbooks

Breakfast & Lunch UPDATE

We are pleased to announce FREE meals for ALL FSUSD students for the 2021-2022 school year. Under a waiver, provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Fairfield-Suisun USD is able to provide meals, free of charge. Enrolled students are eligible to receive a breakfast and a lunch for free.

*There is no need to fill out a meal application for the

2021-22 school year.

The first meal is FREE but if students want a second meal, they must purchase it:

  • Second Breakfast:$3.00
  • Second Lunch: $4.00
  • Water Bottle: $1.00
  • Snacks items are not included and must be purchased

Students can either pay with cash or create an account and add money at:

FSUSD In Person Learning Plan and Options!

For families who would prefer an alternative to the traditional setting, FSUSD offers a rigorous, flexible, and no-cost option for academic success in its Independent Study program. Families interested in participating in a long-term independent study program for students in TK - 8th grade will enroll in the Virtual Academy of Fairfield-Suisun. Families with students in the 9th - 12th grade program will access the independent study program through their local high school. Distance Learning is no longer being offered.

Upon the request of the parent/guardian of a student, before making a decision about enrolling or disenrolling in independent study and entering into a written agreement to do so, the district shall conduct a telephone, videoconference, or in-person student-parent-educator conference or other meeting during which the student, parent/guardian, or their advocate may ask questions about the educational options, including which curriculum offerings and nonacademic supports will be available to the student in independent study.

The Superintendent or designee shall develop a plan to transition students whose families wish to return to in-person instruction from independent study expeditiously, and, in no case later, than five instructional days. This requirement only applies to students participating in an independent study program for 15 school days or more. A student will be able to return to their resident school unless the enrollment at that school is impacted, in which case the student will be assigned to another FSUSD school.