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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. The Jurupa Hills High School Drama Department proudly presents "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" with performances on October 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 7 pm. The Fontana Unified School District Preschool Program has space available for children who will be age 4 by February 28, 2015. The General Election is on November 4, 2014.  Be sure to register to vote by October 20.  Apply to vote by mail by October 28. The Fontana Unified School District Community Clothes Closet has free clothing for all ages.  Open Tuesdays and Thursday, 2:30-4:30 pm and Fridays 11:30 am to 2 pm, at the District Office, Bldg. 18. 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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Transforming Together: Community Forums

Dear FUSD Stakeholders,

We know that we have great schools in Fontana. Our data proves that we continue to improve learning outcomes for students and that we have dedicated teachers, staff and administrators that ensure the best for every child. With the changing world we live in, we want to continue this work and provide the best resources for our students and families.

As we work to strengthen our schools across the City of Fontana, it is critical that we have a comprehensive road map to define what success means to our school district and what strategies we will employ to achieve it. To that end, I am pleased to announce the launch of “Transforming Together (Transformando Juntos),” a collaborative process for Fontana Unified that will establish a strategic framework including a vision, goals, and strategies that will guide our work for years to come. The process, which launched the first week of October, will include input from students, teachers, administrators, parents, community organizations and community members. Both the name and the collaborative process of developing “Transforming Together” reflects the importance of a coordinated, collective effort to shape the future of our schools.

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FUSD Students Receive Scholarships at UCAN College Recruitment Fair

The Board of Education recognized students who were accepted to college and received scholarships as a result of the recent Historically Black Colleges Recruitment Fair.  Click here to read more. . . .
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Officer Bautista & Lassie Place Second in Narcotics Detection Competition

Congratulations to FUSD Police Officer Norma Bautista and her K9 partner Lassie.  The pair came in second place in the CPOA Narcotics Detection Competition.  Click here to read more. . . .
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FUSD After School Program Partakes of "A Taste of Fontana"

The After School Program recently participated in a walking field trip from Truman Middle School to the Jack Bulik Teen Center for the “Taste of Fontana” event.   Click here to read more. . . .
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FUSD Students Participate in Historically Black Colleges' Recruitment Fair

The United College Action Network brought the 15th Annual Historically Black Colleges’ Recruitment Fair to three high schools in the Inland area on September 18.   Click here to read more. . . .
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Kaiser Band Takes First Place at L.A. County Fair

Congratulations to the Kaiser High School Catamount Pride Marching Band and Pageantry for winning the prestigious L.A. County Fair competition in Pomona.  Click here to read more. . . .
   
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