FONTANA, CA – Fontana Unified School District has announced four developments within District leadership, with the appointment of three new administrators and a school principal to continue a transformative first full year under Superintendent Miki R. Inbody.

At the District level, Fontana Unified has named Glenn Alegre the Chief of Technology and Digital Intervention, Jonathan Dunn the Executive Director of Fiscal Services and Tammy Fleming the Director of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports – Academic. The District also selected Monique Martinez to serve as the new Juniper Elementary School principal.

Three of the four appointments: Dunn, Fleming and Martinez were promoted from within Fontana Unified. It continues the District’s progression under Inbody, who began as Superintendent in March 2023, after Fontana Unified welcomed 15 new administrators for the 2023-24 school year over the summer months.

“Fontana Unified and Juniper Elementary are in good hands today and for years to come with these new appointments,” Inbody said. “All four bring a fresh perspective and commitment to excellence with them to their new positions in Fontana Unified, as we continue our mission to empower our students to success and a bright future.”

Alegre joins Fontana Unified from the Moreno Valley Unified School District, where he served as the executive director of technology, innovation and assessment for four years and previously the director of accountability and assessment. Alegre, who began his career as both a K-12 and college mathematics teacher, also spent 10 years as Redlands Unified’s coordinator of assessment and student data and assessment and evaluation.

Dunn served as assistant director of fiscal services for the past five years after a stint as a payroll supervisor. He also has 13 years of private industry experience, as he served as a client service manager for Paycheck Inc. before he joined the District in 2017.

Fleming has more than 23 years of experience within Fontana Unified and was the principal of Juniper Elementary over the last 10 years. She also served as the coordinator/interim director of elementary instruction and held a variety of teaching positions.

Martinez, a Fontana Unified graduate, comes to Juniper Elementary after serving as an assistant principal at Redwood Elementary for the last four years.

Overall, she has 16 years of experience in educational leadership, staff management and student support. She began her career in Fontana Unified at Juniper Elementary where she served as a special education teacher and program specialist for special services for 12 years and also provided leadership support at Virginia Primrose Elementary.


FUSD_LEADERSHIP: Fontana Unified has announced four developments within District leadership, with the appointment of three new administrators and a school principal. From left to right: Glenn Alegre, Chief of Technology and Digital Intervention; Jonathan Dunn, Executive Director of Fiscal Services; Tammy Fleming, Director of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports – Academic and Monique Martinez, Juniper Elementary School’s new principal.