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Michael Garcia and Carina De La Cueva have been selected as the Summit High School boy and girl who will be honored at the 1st Annual Latino Heritage Month Student Recognition celebration sponsored by Rep. Joe Baca.
As the “zero hour” approaches, hundreds of Fontana Unified School District classified and certified employees prepare for the worst summer of their lives.
For almost a decade, FUSD TV17 has been providing educational programming to students, parents and the entire Fontana community.
Kaiser High School teacher Maria Ervin will participate in the month-long 2009 Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad: Native and Foreign Language Instruction and Training in China in June and July, administered by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
Summit High School held its graduation ceremony on June 1.
Several members of Summit High School’s first-ever graduating class received scholarships during the 2009 senior awards ceremony recently.
Aila Hernandez and Maribel Rivera, seniors at Kaiser High School, have been selected as two of 52 winners nationwide of a $6,000 College Educational Scholarship by USTA Serves - Foundation for Academics. Character. Excellence., the philanthropic and charitable entity of the United States Tennis Association.
Kaiser High School has announced its list of top academic students in the Class of 2009.
Bobbi Stanley and Breanna Stanley graduated from Miller.
Fontana A.B. Miller High School has announced its list of scholarship winners for the Class of 2009.
The Fontana Association for Bilingual Education will host its annual Recognition Dinner on Saturday, June 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Garden Hilton Inn, 10543 Sierra Avenue in Fontana.
Fontana High School has announced its list of scholarship winners for the Class of 2009.
Fontana A.B. Miller graduate Brenda Lopez was named a Gates Millennium Scholar as well as the school's Filmmaker of the Year.
Brenda Lopez achieved a major milestone earlier this year by being named a Gates Millennium Scholar, thereby receiving enough funding to pay for her entire college education.
Sequoia Middle School won the seventh and eighth grade championship in the Fontana Unified School District's Math Field Day competition.
Alder Middle School took first place in the sixth grade division.
Oleander Elementary School took first place in the fifth grade division.
More than 300 elementary and middle school students from the Fontana Unified School District demonstrated their mathematical skills as part of the district's 45th Annual Charles Pine Math Field Day competition on May 30, and once again Sequoia Middle School earned top honors.
Tracy Hofmann has been named the Fontana Unified School District's Teacher of the Year for 2008-2009.
Principal Karolee Rosen sat on the roof of the school to help motivate the students at Almond Elementary.
A promise is a promise, and for Karolee Rosen, the principal of Almond Elementary School in Fontana, the day to pay came last Friday by sitting on the roof of the school all day long dressed in pajamas.
Bob Freeman (left) received a plaque for his years of teaching at Miller.
After 13 years of teaching at Fontana A.B. Miller High School, Bob Freeman has decided to retire due to his long battle with cancer.
Instructor Valerie McClellan and her participants in the Kaiser Permanente Virtual Business program at Summit received a certificate of recognition from a representative from Rep. Joe Baca's office.
At 16 years of age, not many people have the privilege to run any company — let alone a $250,000-dollar-budgeted company that offers medical plans for an entire community.
The FUSD Writing Showcase attracted a large crowd.
Sara An, a student at Randall-Pepper Elementary School, was honored at the Writing Showcase.
Fontana's talent was proudly displayed on April 25 at Truman Elementary School during the annual MaryAnn Workman Writing Showcase, which attracted hundreds of writing aficionados.
Students at the conference were taught how to cross a "river" without "perishing" in this exercise involving 64 squares on a floor.
A few days after President Barack Obama acknowledged in Mexico City that the United States has a high demand for drugs, thus keeping Mexican “cartels in business,” local leaders urged students to just “say no” to drugs, alcohol abuse and violence during the Second Annual Youth to Youth Fast Track to the Future Conference.
Assemblymember Wilmer Amina Carter (D-Rialto), Fontana Police Chief Rodney Jones, and San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department Captain Mike Mascetti visited with students at Fontana A.B. Miller High School’s Teacher Education Academy recently to see first-hand how career-focused education is keeping them in school and on track for graduation.
Marisol Castellanos, a student at Oleander Elementary School, achieved a bit of history on April 9 when she received a scholarship through the Ben Carson Scholars Program.
Believing they are running out of options, members of the Fontana Unified School District Board of Education approved a proposal to eliminate dozens of non-teaching positions and to cut back work hours and days of other employees in their attempt to balance a broken budget.
Amy Shimamoto, Satori Daiko, Concert at Schurr HS 6/3/06
The Taiko Center of Los Angeles will bring its dynamic Japanese drumming to Fontana A.B. Miller High School for a special performance on Saturday, April 4.
There are many outstanding students at Kaiser High School, and Jennifer Capp may be one of the very best - and she is only a freshman.
Kaiser High School's students know how to study hard and get good grades. And they also know how to celebrate their achievements in a highly positive way.