Fontana Unified School District

  • Fontana Unified Students Design Devices to Impact Community, Earn Semifinalist Honors in Prestigious Competition

    Fontana High School students are utilizing their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills to create adaptive and assistive living devices as part of the International Technology and Engineering Educators’ (ITEEA) REACH Challenge, resulting in two Fontana High teams earning semifinalist honors and a third receiving special recognition in the competition. The REACH Challenge is a nationwide design thinking project that tasks students with creating a viable technological solution to help members of their community thrive. All three Fontana High teams were offered discounted registration to ITEAA’s 86th Annual Conference on March 6-9 in Memphis. The REACH Challenge students are all enrolled in Fontana High’s Bio-Animatronic and Neuroprosthetic career technical education pathway, a two-part program that teaches students advanced STEM skills and gives them hands-on experience in the bio-technology and prosthetics fields.

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  • Fontana Unified to Host Black History Month Elementary Excellence Awards Ceremony

    Fontana Unified School District will close out February with a Black History Month Elementary Excellence Awards Ceremony, which will be hosted in collaboration with the District African American Parent Advisory Council (DAAPAC). The event will celebrate Black History Month with local performers and honor District elementary students’ academic and artistic excellence.

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  • Fontana Unified Leadership Team Continues to Evolve with New Administrative Appointments

    Fontana Unified School District has appointed three new administrators and a school principal, continuing a transformative first full year under Superintendent Miki R. Inbody. At the District level, FUSD has named Glenn Alegre as Chief Technology and Digital Integration Officer, Jonathan Dunn as Executive Director of Fiscal Services and Tammy Fleming as Director of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports – Academic. The District also selected Monique Martinez to serve as the new Juniper Elementary School principal.

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