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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. Avoid the last minute rush! For the convenience of parents, the FUSD Enrollment Center is open throughout the summer to facilitate the enrollment of new students. Applications are now being accepted for Full-Day State Preschool for the 2015-16 school year.  Classes will be held at Maple and Randall Pepper Elementary Schools.  See flyer for details. Meet Superintendent Dr. Leslie Boozer, Mayor Acquanetta Warren, and Fontana Unified School District graduates and staff who are all Proudly Made in Fontana. This summer, FUSD is transitioning from Zangle to Q Parent Connection.  Zangle Parent Connection will no longer be available after July 1.  Q Parent Connection will be live on July 15.  Click here to find out more! High summer temperatures getting you down?  Get relief from the heat at Fontana's Cooling Facilities.  Click here for locations and hours of operation. We know parents are interested in learning about extracurricular activities and events for their students.  FUSD now shares this information through our online Virtual Backpack.
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Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

Dear Fontana Community,

It’s hard to believe that another school year is drawing to a close. But, before we launch into summer break, it is fitting to take a few moments to recognize each of you for the dedication, talent, and passion you bring to your work each day. Together, we are making a real difference for our students, families and community.

The end of the year is also a time when we proudly celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates as commencement ceremonies are held for our five high schools, two continuation high schools, and adult school. These 3,192 students (A.B. Miller – 555, Fohi – 537, Jurupa Hills - 509, Kaiser – 540, Summit – 582, Birch – 185, Citrus – 159, and Fontana Adult School – 125) 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.
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Beech Avenue and Citrus Receive Fresh Fruit and Veg Grant

We are happy to announce that Beech Elementary and Citrus Elementary were awarded with a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Grant!  Click here to read more. . . .

FUSD Grads' College Acceptance Rates Rise as National Average Declines

While college acceptance rates across the country have dropped by over 5%, 76% of FUSD’s graduating seniors were accepted to 2-year or 4-year colleges and universities.  Click here to read more. . . .

Meet Darcy Whitney, New Director of Early Education

At the July 15, 2015 Board Meeting, the Board announced Darcy Whitney as the new Director of Early Education.  Click here to read more. . . .

Canyon Crest Students Explore College and Careers

On June 12, third through fifth grade students at Canyon Crest Elementary School wrapped-up a two-week College and Career Exploration Camp with a Careers Alive Museum.  Click here to read more. . . .

Southridge Students to Receive Musical Instruments

Southridge Middle School will soon receive several musical instruments, thanks to a grant from The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation.  Click here to read more. . . .

Recognitions at June 3rd Board Meeting

During each monthly Board of Education meeting, time is allotted for recognition of students, staff, business partners, and schools that bring honor to the district.  Click here to read more. . . .

CBEE Recognition Salutes Schools That are "Getting it Right"

Five FUSD schools have been named to the 2014 California Business for Education Excellence Honor Roll: Dorothy Grant, Oak Park, Oleander, Shadow Hills, and Sierra Lakes.  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 Certificated Personnel, (909) 357-7600, ext. 29045
Civil Right: For student violations contact the Associate Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, (909) 357-7600, ext. 29194
Civil Right: For employee violations contact the Associate Superintendent of Human Resources, (909) 357-7600, ext. 29046