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The Fontana Unified School District is located in the Inland Empire.  Our 45 schools serve students from preschool through adult education in a diverse urban/suburban environment. Graduation is just around the corner! Find out the dates for all of our high schools' commencement ceremonies and senior activities. One of our communities most prominent citizens for several decades, Mrs. Binks passed away on May 3, 2018. Mrs. Binks served on the Fontana Unified School District Board of Education from 1987 until 2012. Summit High School student Leslie Madrigal will represent Fontana Unified at the National History Day competition after taking top honors at the state competitio. Alexandra Ortega, a Fohi senior with dreams of working in medicine, is one of just 300 students in the country to receive the 2018 Gates Scholarship, covering all expenses of her academic pursuits at UCLA. Kaiser High School senior Winnie Huang, who was awarded a $40,000 STEM scholarship from Edison International, plans to study mechanical engineering at Stanford University in fall 2018. FUSD Superintendent Randal Bassett praised the District’s efforts to prepare young scholars for emerging careers at the inaugural State of the District Scholarship Breakfast. At the Teacher of the Year Recognition Ceremony on May 8, Theresa Pearce of Shadow Hills Elementary School was announced as FUSD's 2018 Teacher of the Year. At the April 18th Board Meeting, Heather Castillo of Kaiser High School was announced as FUSD's 2018 Classified Employee of the Year. Congratulations to the Jurupa Hills High School Baseball Team and Coach Leon Baham!  The Spartans have won the San Andreas League championship with a league record of 12-3. Congratulations to the Jurupa Hills High School Softball Team and Coach Scott Cartzdafner!  The Spartans have won the San Andreas League championship with a league record of 14-1. As we end the 2017-18 school year, it is also the time that we bid farewell to many outstanding employees as they retire. Their talents, passion, and expertise will be greatly missed. Lynn Ha, a senior at Summit High School, is this year's winner of a 2018 Chevy Sonic donated by Rotolo Chevrolet for the <em>Perfect Attendance Spells Success</em> event. If your child turns 4 years of age on or before May 31, 2019, you can enroll your child in preschool for the 2018-2019 school year. Registration for preschool begins April 9.  See schedule for details.
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A Message From Our Superintendent

Farewell to the Class of 2018

Dear Fontana Community,

For many students, graduation is an event that seems to be far off in the future but, for the Class of 2018, that day has finally arrived!

Fontana Unified School District proudly celebrates the accomplishments of the Class of 2018, as commencement ceremonies are held for five of our high schools, two continuation high schools, and adult school. They have earned a high school diploma, which is the first major accomplishment practically every successful person has made. A high school diploma is truly the foundation for success.

These 3,039 students (A.B. Miller – 483, Fohi – 583, Jurupa Hills – 472, Kaiser – 539, Summit – 558, Birch – 95, Citrus – 133, and Fontana Adult School – 176) have worked hard and will soon be attending college, trade school, enlisting in the military, or going straight into the work force. It has been our privilege helping them prepare for life beyond high school.

In addition to bidding farewell to the Class of 2018, we will also be saying goodbye to our retiring staff members (82, at last count). These administrators, teachers, and support staff have given of their time and lives most generously to our students and families. We truly appreciate their many years of dedication and wish them the best as they enter into the next phase of their lives.

On behalf of the Fontana Unified School District and the Board of Education, I congratulate our graduates and retirees and wish them much success and happiness. To returning students and staff, have a fun and relaxing summer; we look forward to seeing you rested and re-energized in August.

Best Wishes,

Randal S. Bassett
Superintendent

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May 14

 
National Police Week
SSC Meetings at Locust, Redwood, Fontana MS, Seqioia & Fohi
District Language Learner Advisory Committee Meeting
Sequoia 7th Grade Awards
Alder 8th Grade Awards
Summit Senior Awards
 

May 15

 
National Police Week
National Peace Officers Memorial Day
  MORE EVENTS
  dot Retirement Board of Authority Meeting - May 15, 2018
  dot Resolution No. 18-17 – Intention to Grant Temporary Easement
  dot FUSD Community Cabinet Dates for 2017-18
  dot 2017-18 Parent University Workshops
  dot Superintendent Advsiory Council (SAC) Dates for 2017-18
  dot Community Clothes Closet - New Hours!
  dot FREE Summer Lunch Program
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  dot FUSD is Now Accepting Applications for Substitute Teachers
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