• Fullerton Communication Skills and Electronic Information/Media Magnet Center is named in honor of Dr. Craig Fullerton, an Assistant Superintendent for the Omaha Public Schools for 26 years. Dr. Fullerton was a creative and visionary educator who was instrumental in developing and expanding many new programs. Several of these programs were linked to communication, such as computer centers, educational, TV, magnet schools, radio station KIOS, and the telecommunication center. The Fullerton mascot is the Falcon and the motto is, “Soaring with Confidence.”

    Fullerton Magnet Center offers a unique program in communication skills and electronic media. All students in grades K-4 are expected to practice communication skills daily. Writing is particularly emphasized across the curriculum. Second through fourth grade students work on special units requiring the application of research, note-taking and writing skills.

    Fullerton’s multimedia focus is the newest and most up-to-date way to learn. It presents opportunities for working cooperatively, making good decisions, and developing excellent problem-solving techniques while preparing students for the technology age in which they live. Each day, 4th grade students use the district provided iPads and the Teams application to record an in-house news broadcast which is shown daily in classrooms and posted on Fullerton's Facebook page.