Two Fontana Unified continuation schools celebrated the early graduation of more than 30 students, many of whom came to campus behind in credits.
During each monthly Board of Education meeting, time is allotted for recognition of students, staff, business partners, and schools that bring honor to the Fontana Unified School District and further its mission to improve the quality of education. There were several recognized at the Board Meeting on January 15, 2020.
FONTANA, CA – Fontana Unified middle school bands and high school marching bands will be well-represented when the San Bernardino County Music Educators Association presents its annual winter concert next February.
Southridge Tech Middle School has been named a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP), marking a milestone in the District’s efforts to establish an IB Continuum.
Jurupa Hills High School senior Maya Martinez will pursue her dream of attending an elite Ivy League college thanks to a four-year QuestBridge National College Match scholarship to Brown University, where she will study mathematics.
Southridge Tech Middle School students programmed robots, raced battery-powered motorcars, performed science experiments and displayed their college-bound spirit during the school’s second annual Educational Technology Showcase on Dec. 4.
Summit High School’s Ethical Hacking students have displayed cybersecurity skills in grand fashion, advancing four teams to the CyberPatriot XII National Youth Cyber Defense Competition state final open division, to be held Dec. 6-8.
Southridge Tech Middle School science teacher Pamela Matea has earned recognition as a UC Davis C-STEM Teacher of the Year for smoothly integrating computer coding into science, technology, engineering and mathematics (C-STEM) subjects.
Randall Pepper Elementary School’s international robotics success will be celebrated community wide on Dec. 14, when robotics students, coaches and administrators serve as the grand marshals in the 2019 Fontana Christmas Parade.
Henry J. Kaiser High School sophomore Samantha Martinez sees the effects of hunger in her community every day, even among her classmates. Martinez would love to establish a food pantry on campus, as well as make more community services available during summer and the holidays, when the problem is exacerbated.
Dell Technology Tour Bus
A Message From Our Superintendent
Dear Fontana Unified Community,
I am thrilled to welcome you back to the 2019-20 school year. This year, students and educators alike will strive to reach new levels of achievement, inspiring a culture of innovation that prepares us to meet the academic and professional challenges of the future.
We are committed to engaging our students through connections to the highest growth industries that will shape our future. Our students will be actively involved in designing their future while experiencing emerging fields such as artificial intelligence, biotech, personalized health, and renewable energy. In Fontana Unified, we won’t be merely talking about the future – our students will be making the future as they become the next generation of innovators.
Fontana Unified is proud to continually expand strategic partnerships locally and globally, providing opportunities for students to develop future-focused skills to lead in a changing world.
As we strive to be at the center of innovation in the Inland Empire, we are taking steps to ensure every student has the tools to be successful. We will provide global connectivity to students, taking the next step in our student 1:1 device initiative.
Fontana Unified continues excellent foundational learning opportunities, including dual-language immersion, socio-emotional support systems, and STEAM programs that contribute to a well-rounded and engaging education.
With the continued support of our community, parents, Board of Education, and dedicated teachers and staff, 2019-20 will be the best year yet for Fontana Unified. I thank you all for your commitment to our students and look forward to what we will accomplish together.
Randal S. Bassett
News & Announcements
- The Epic STEAM Takover
- World Read Aloud Day
- CAC Meeting Cancellation Notice
- LCAP COMM REPORT FLYER_ENG_ESP.pdf
- 5-Year Reportable Developer Fees Report for Fiscal Year 2018-19’
- New Website Survey
- DAAPAC Meeting Calendar
- Coffee with the SELPA Director
- Fontana Unified School District Special Education
- Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)
- CTE Pathway Program at Fontana High School open to all FUSD High School Students
- Fontana Unified School District Profile Interest List
- Community Clothes Closet - New Hours!
- Find out the Benefits of Being a Classified Substitute
- FUSD is Now Accepting Applications for Substitute Teachers
- Notice of Public Hearing
- Bullying and Harassment
- Retirement Board of Authority Meeting Agenda
- Pension Rate Stabilization Program Committee
- Community Safety Meetings
- Seven Steps To Earthquake Safety
- Student Transfers
- 2019-20 Parent University Flyer
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canyon Crest Elementary School - Family STEAM
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM Sequoia MS 7th Grade Honor Roll
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Community Safety Meeting
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Family STEAM
7:00 PM - 11:30 PM FUSD Special Board Meeting
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Family Math
The powerful, true drama about six nurses who went to Vietnam. The play portrays each young woman before, during and after her tour of duty in the war -torn jungle of Vietnam.
Wayne Ruble Middle and Randall Pepper Elementary robotics students made a triumphant and award-winning return from the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) Friendship Invitational, after dazzling the global community with their expertise, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Fontana School Police officers Amanda Liabeuf and Nicole Hauptmann will receive an Award of Distinction from the California Peace Officers’ Association Statewide Awards Committee for their exceptional leadership of the Junior Fontana Leadership Intervention Program (Jr. FLIP).