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The Fontana Unified School District is located in the Inland Empire.  Our 44 schools serve students from preschool through adult education in a diverse urban/suburban environment.  If your child is turning 4 years of age on or before December 31, 2014, you can enroll your child in preschool for the 2014-15 school year. At the April 2, 2014 meeting of the Board of Education, the 2013-14 Site Teachers of the Year were recognized for their outstanding work and dedication on behalf of the students of Fontana. Kaiser High School is proud to present the musical "Fame Jr." with public performances at the Kaiser Multipurpose Room on April 24-26 and May 1-2 at 7:30 pm. FUSD has joined forces with Fonana PD to keep prom season safe as well as exciting by educating young drivers about the importance of sober driving and responsible celebrations. Fontana Association for Bilingual Education presents its 20th Annual Fiesta Internacional on Friday, April 25 from 6-8 pm at the Fontana High School Auditorium.  Food court will open at 5 pm. A.B. Miller High School presents Movement and Sounds on April 24-26 at 7 pm. Movement and Sounds is an evening of dance presented by the Inland Empire's foremost high school for dance education. The Fontana Art Association is sponsoring the Annual FUSD High School Scholarship Art Show the week of April 29-May 2.  Awards Night and Reception will be on Friday, May 2, from 6-8 pm. at teh Koehler Gallery. Two Fontana Unified School District elementary schools, North Tamarind and Ted Porter, were named winners in Lefty's Reading Challenge, a literacy program presented by Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. The SkyHawks won their third consecutive national championship last weekend, taking first place in the Intermediate Co-Ed Varsity Show Cheer Division at the USA Nationals in Anaheim.
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Dear Teachers, Principals, Staff, Families, Students, and Community Members:

I officially began my tenure as the Superintendent of the Fontana Unified School District on November 1, 2013. I am excited, honored, and humbled to lead this great system of schools and I thank the Board of Education for allowing me to serve this amazing community. I am very impressed by what I have learned. There is no question that many of our schools have enjoyed success and served as models for the entire system. However, we still have much work to do to guarantee that we fulfill the core mission: to ensure that every child, in every school has access to a robust learning experience, resulting in graduation from high school—prepared for college and career. To achieve this goal, we must continue to push ourselves to ensure that ALL children have access to high-quality teaching and learning in every classroom, every day.

It will take all of us to improve student learning outcomes, to ensure equitable access to rigorous coursework within our District, to encourage and support our students as they prepare for college and career, and to provide our teachers and school leaders with the support and guidance they need to be successful. I am currently meeting with teachers, principals, staff, students, community leaders, business leaders, parents, and many others to start learning from you—not only about what’s going right, but also about where we have room to grow and improve.
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Four FUSD Students Make College Choices Official

While it's not quite a national holiday, for high school student athletes across the country National Letter of Intent Signing Day on April 16th is a pretty big deal.   Click here to read more. . . .
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North Tamarind Students Compete at County Science Fair

One individual and six teams from North Tamarind Elementary School participated in the regional fair and they each won either a silver or bronze medals for their efforts.  Click here to read more. . . .
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Olivier Wong Ah Sun Named FUSD's New Chief of Staff

At the April 2nd Board Meeting, the Board approved the appointment of Olivier Wong Ah Sun to the district's newly created position of Chief of Staff.   Click here to read more. . . .
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Penelope DeLeon Named FUSD's Deputy Chief of Schools

At the April 2nd Board Meeting, the Board approved the appointment of Penelope DeLeon, Ed.D. to the district's newly created position of Deputy Chief of Schools (Secondary).  Click here to read more. . . .
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Meet Garth Masik, New Principal of Citrus Elementary School

At the April 2nd Board Meeting, the Board approved the promotion of Garth Masik to be the new Principal of Citrus Elementary School, effective July 1, 2014.  Click here to read more. . . .
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Sequoia Band Shows Off New Instruments Received Through Grant

On April 2, the Board of Education recognized the Sequoia Pride of the Eagle Marching Band and Auxiliary Unit for their recent Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation grant award.  Click here to read more. . . .
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Spartans Receive State Championship Rings

The Jurupa Hills High School Boys Cross Country team members received their long awaited rings for winning this year's state championship. .  Click here to read more. . . .
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Fohi Acute Care Nurse Assistant ROP Students Save a Life

On April 1, it was no laughing matter when two Fohi students found themselves in a life or death situation. Thanks to the skills they learned in ROP, they saved a patient's life.   Click here to read more. . .
   
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The Governing Board desires to provide a safe school environment that allows all students equal access and opportunities in the district's academic and other educational support programs, services, and activities. The Board prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the student's actual race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

To report any violations of the above policy, please contact:

Title IX: For student and employee violations contact the Director of Personnel, (909) 357-7600, ext. 29045 Civil Right: For student violations contact the Associate Superintendent of Instructional Services, (909) 357-7600, ext. 29194
Civil Right: For employee violations contact the Associate Superintendent of Human Resources (909) 357-7600, ext. 29046