Our Mission Statement

Igniting Learning. Impacting Communities. Inventing Our Tomorrows.

The mission of Farmington Area Public Schools, a student centered culture that radiates a dream of an entirely new educational world, is to ensure each student continuously achieves one’s highest aspirations while demonstrating responsibility to communities through a system distinguished by:

  • passion for continuous growth;
  • humanitarian purpose;
  • personal reflection which gives meaning to learning;
  • individual empathetic agency; and,
  • radical trust in self and others.
Tiger Eyes
2019 Community Survey
Updated on 07/17/2019
Farmington Area Public Schools conducts a biannual scientific survey which is key to understanding how we can best serve our community. The results of the most recent survey were presented at the joint meeting of the Farmington Area Board of Education and the Farmington City Council on Monday, July 15. Overall, the results were positive with a third of school district residents rating the quality of education as excellent! You can watch the presentation and take a closer look at the slideshow by clicking "read more."  
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Tiger Paw
Updated on 07/16/2019
The Farmington Athletics Department will hold the 2019 Fall Athletics Registration Night on Monday, July 29th at Farmington High School. All Farmington School District Parents/Guardians and their sons and/or daughters, grades 6-12, who are interested in participating in a fall athletics program offered by the Athletics Department are encouraged to attend. Please note that during the fall athletics season 6th grade participation is limited to the sport of girl’s tennis. The registration night will begin at 7pm with a presentation on general athletics information (registration process, eligibility, scheduling, transportation, etc.) followed by sport specific coaches meeting at 7:20pm. All Parents/Guardians and their sons and/or daughters are encouraged to attend the sport specific coaches meetings at 7:20pm. A reminder that all students interested in participating in an athletics program must have a Sports Qualifying Physical Examination on file within three calendar years before any registration or participation is allowed.  
Superintendent Haugen
Superintendent Haugen Announces Retirement
Updated on 07/16/2019
At a recent joint meeting of the Farmington Area Board of Education and the Farmington City Council, Jay Haugen announced his intention to retire from his position as Superintendent of Farmington Area Public Schools.  
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