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  1. Fontana Unified’s Citrus Elementary School Fosters Student Success, College Readiness through AVID . Citrus Elementary School fifth-grade students held flags and banners aloft, waved blue and yellow pompoms and shouted “U-C-L-A, fight, fight, fight!” in honor of their adopted homeroom university during a college day rally designed to encourage Citrus students to plan their future in ...

  2. The Fontana Unified School District prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment), or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived ancestry, color, disability, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender expression, gender identity, immigration status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of ...

  3. Fontana Unified School District places a high premium on preparing students for college, career, and beyond. As such, we have partnered with several reputable colleges and universities, including Cal Poly Pomona, California State University San Bernardino, Chaffey College, and Loma Linda University to promote academic excellence, dual enrollment, and offer social and mental health support to ...

  4. Glendale Unified School District Ranks in Top 10% of School Districts for Commitment to Whole-Child Education. GLENDALE, CA – The Glendale Unified School District’s dedication to providing an evidence-informed education that prepares students for success in the real world has led it to earn the annual EVERFI Empowered Seal.

  5. Transforming Schools. The initiatives and priorities of State Superintendent Tony Thurmond and the California Department of Education (CDE) integrate new programs and strategies into our K-12 public schools that address the inequities, learning loss, and the social-emotional needs of our students while supporting families, educators, and local educational agencies.

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  7. Fontana saw a position on a Marine Corps-based series called The Lieutenant and applied; Fontana began working as a secretary for producer Del Reisman. Around this time, she adopted the gender-blind pen name D. C. Fontana for her writing, to prevent her pitches being prejudged on the basis of her gender, as she was one of the few female writers at NBC at the time.

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