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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. All Fontana Unified School District schools and offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Fontana Unified students with special needs raced to the finish line, launched softballs across the field and cooled off with a water balloon toss on May 13 during the seventh annual Splash and Dash at Henry J. Kaiser High School. Fontana Unified School District showcased student excellence, touted award-winning schools and programs and announced two major projects at the 2019 State of the District scholarship breakfast on April 23 at Center Stage Theater. Congratulations to the five FUSD students who were recognized on May 1, 2019 at the Cal State San Bernardino College of Languages and The Inland Empire Foreign Language Association. Photos from State of the District Event FUSD recently held its the 3rd Annual Parent Volunteer Recognition Event. Parent Volunteers from all school sites throughout FUSD were recognized on April 18 and 19 at the Center Stage Theatre in Fontana. As cheerleaders chanted “We are Southridge Tech,” Fontana Unified board members, administrators, educators and students celebrated Southridge Tech Middle School’s honor as one of 16 California schools newly chosen for the 2019 Schools to Watch list. If you know of anyone who is engaging in dangerous or risky behaviors, hurting themselves or talking about suicide call 1-855-WETIP US
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A Message From Our Superintendent

Dear Fontana Community,

I am proud to present Fontana Unified’s 2018-19 State of the District report, which provides an overview of some of the outstanding programs and services that contribute to the success of our District.

Fontana Unified has long focused on preparing students for the challenges of college and career opportunities and will continue to support those efforts. As the professional world continues to evolve in new and unpredictable ways, we are working to ensure our students are supremely well-equipped to thrive.

Through an educational experience that values multilingualism and multiculturalism, immersion in the arts, mastery of current and developing technologies, personalized instruction and innovative and creative thinking, Fontana Unified students will be ready to tackle the academic and professional challenges that await them.

With the support of our community, our parents, our Board of Education, our dedicated and high-quality educators and staff, our District leaders and our growing partnerships, we will continue to see Fontana Unified flourish and ensure growth and achievement for all learners.

Best Wishes,

Randal S. Bassett
Superintendent
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Henry J. Kaiser High School Senior Earns Prestigious Gates Scholarship

Henry J. Kaiser High School senior Jashandeep Lobana – an accomplished tri-sport athlete, AP scholar and avid volunteer – has been recognized as a 2019 Gates Scholar, one of two in Fontana Unified and among 300 students in the nation to be honored. Continue Reading
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Fontana Unified Renames Elementary School, Middle School to Celebrate STEM, Tech Programs

Fontana Unified School District on April 17 renamed Dorothy Grant Elementary School and Southridge Middle School to reflect the schools’ efforts to prepare students for the academic and professional challenges of the future. Continue Reading
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Recognitions at the April 17th Board Meeting

Nayla Sandoval lead the Board of Education in the Pledge of Allegiance. Nayla Sandoval is in 5th grade at Shadow Hills Elementary School.
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