Tabatha Pachot, School Principal


    Mrs. Pachot attended North Tamarind Elementary, Alder Middle School and Fontana High School. She has been an educator with FUSD for 24 years working as a Special Education Teacher, School Counselor and most recently Assistant Principal. “My educational career with FUSD has provided me with many opportunities to develop into the leader that I am today. As an educator my focus has always been on the students. I hope to inspire the youth around me to strive for success by reaching beyond their expectations and challenging themselves always.”

    “You are braver than you believe, stronger that you seem and smarter than you think” -A.A. Milne



    Clarice M. Riggio-Ocampo, M.Ed Assistant Principal


    Mrs. Ocampo was born in Rhinebeck, New York and grew up in New York.  She attended schools (K-12) in New York and moved to California in 2001.  She received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Liberal Studies, Magna Cum Laude from the University of La Verne, her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, and obtained a Masters in Education from the University of La Verne as well.  Mrs. Ocampo went on to obtain an Administrative Credential and a second Master's in Educational Administration from Cal State University San Bernardino.

    Mrs. Ocampo has taught in Azusa and Garvey school districts prior to Fontana.  Prior to this position, she has taught 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades, has been an English Language Learner Interventionist (K-6), an Instructional Support Teacher (IST) (K-5), and a Common Core Teacher on Assignment (TOA) (TK-5).