• Corona High Tour & Assembly

    Attention 8th Grade CFIS students attending Corona High next school year: You are invited to attend a Corona High School tour and assembly on November 7th from 9:00 AM until 12:30 PM. Transportation and lunch will be provided. Please come to the CFIS front office and pick up your permission slip. Have it signed by your parents and return it to the CFIS office on or before Friday, October 24th for B track and Friday, October 31st for A, C & D tracks. This is strictly voluntary and not a mandatory field trip for those students who plan on attending Corona High School next school year.

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  • Wednesday (Oct. 22) is Wear Orange UNITY Day

    Join us by wearing an orange article of clothing and unite against bullying during tomorrow's National Anti-Bullying Awareness Day.

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  • Saturday School (October 25)

    The next Saturday School is this Saturday, October 25 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon. Students: If you were assigned Saturday School, please be sure to bring your binder, agenda and all of your required books. You will NOT be allowed to go to your lockers. Arrive no later than 8:00 am in the MPR. Remind your parents/guardians that you must be picked up promptly at noon.

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  • Yearbooks on Sale

    Don’t forget that yearbooks are sold in the quad every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday during both lunches for only $30 (cash only). You can also buy them online at www.jostensyearbook.com. Don’t wait until the last minute. You don’t want to be left out!

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  • Red Ribbon Week (October 20 - 24)

    Attention students: The following activities are planned for Red Ribbon Week. Monday (10/20):Candy Guess Contest during both lunches. Tuesday (10/21): WEAR RED DAY! Licorice handed out to students wearing red. Wednesday (10/22): WEAR ORANGE FOR UNITY DAY! Unite against bullying for National Anti-Bullying Awareness Day. Beach Volleyball lunchtime activity sponsored by Leadership. Thursday (10/23): Harvest Hot Potato lunchtime activity. Friday (10/24): CAMFEL Productions "Quest for Respect" assembly.

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  • Bye-bye B-Track!

    B-Track will track off on Friday, October 24. We'll see you again on Monday, November 24. Enjoy your break!

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  • Welcome Back A-Track

    A-Track starts school on Monday, October 27th. Students: Your 1st period class will be posted on all entrance doors. Get to school early so you can see where you have to report.

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  • Measure GG

    On August 5, the Board of Education unanimously voted to place Measure GG on the November 2014 ballot to address the needs of our outdated and aging facilities. If approved by local voters, Measure GG will provide local funding to improve our Corona, Norco and Eastvale schools — funding that cannot be taken away by the State. For more information about the upcoming measure, please click on the headline for a message from Dr. Lin (CNUSD Superintendent), and visit http://bit.ly/1qI35hU

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  • Internet Safety

    How safe is your profile on the internet? Here is a great resource for parents and students. Click on the headline for a flyer, or visit http://bit.ly/111mOnK to download the document. This document is written for parents and teenagers with 15 tips on how to use social media properly and not let it negatively affect their lives.

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  • 2015-16 School Calendar

    The 2015-16 school calendar for secondary schools at CNUSD (including CFIS) has been released. You can download a copy at http://bit.ly/1w4BAWu

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  • Congrats to Mrs. Jakubik

    Congratulations to our former CFIS teacher, former student-advisor, and now former assistant-principal Mrs. Jakubik. On October 7, the CNUSD School Board appointed her as our newest principal. Congrats Mrs. Jakubik!

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  • Christian Club Morning Meetings

    Attention CFIS Students: Christian Club meets every Wednesday and Thursday morning before school by the flag pole. Everyone is welcomed to join.

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  • Wheelchair Basketball Camp

    Riley's Gymnasium is hosting a FREE wheelchair basketball camp on Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Riley's Gym is located on 3900 Acacia Ave in Norco. For more info, call Riley's Gym at (951) 270-5630

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  • Free After School Tutoring Program

    Attention parents and students: Corona-Norco Unified School District, in a partnership with Norco College, is offering a FREE tutoring program for 6th -10th grade students in the areas of Math, Science and Writing. To apply, click on the headline and download the flyer. For more information, contact Russell Wells at (951) 738-2200or by email at rwells@cnusd.k12.ca.us

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  • CFIS Success Tip of the Week

    CFIS Success Tip of the Week: Be kind to one another!

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 Welcome to the Corona

Fundamental W

Corona Fundamental Intermediate School (also known as CFIS) is a school of choice where traditional values and high expectations meet. Our students receive standards-based instruction in a year-round, four-track school. For the past eight years, our students have achieved above 800 on their Academic Performance Index, a truly remarkable achievement. CFIS also has incredible PTSA support, and their efforts help contribute to our continuing growth. 

Please check back on our website often, as we update our page with the latest news and information on a daily basis. For up-to-the-minute news and updates, please follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/cfis.falcons . We are also on Instagram at instagram.com/cfis.falcons .

Go Falcons !


Neighborhood Parking
We understand that parking is tricky, but we kindly ask that all members of the CFIS learning community respect the neighborhood and please do not block driveways with your vehicles. Thank you.

Student Drop-Off and Pick-Up   
Safety First  
Student drop-off/pick-up is on Belle and Grand Ave. Olive Street is for staff and visitor parking. Please refrain from stopping in red zones or pulling into resident driveways. Thank you for your cooperation. 

Safety First
Bring Your I.D.
Student safety is a priority at CFIS. Please bring valid, government-issued identification with you to the front office if you are picking up a student from school. Students will not be released if your name is not on file in the student's emergency card.


    CFIS PTSA still needs you! We are looking to fill one remaining position on the Executive Board: VP of Ways and Means. Additionally, we have several non-elected positions still needing to be filled: Historian, Parliamentarian, Communications Director, and Reflections-- most of which require little time or previous experience. Please click on the link to view a description of each open position and an interest form: CFIS PTSA Executive Board 2014-15 Information and Application. If you would like to join the PTSA Board for the 2014-2015 school year, please contact Monica at mtpalochik@yahoo.com. Thank you for your time and consideration of this important organization at CFIS.

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    Get up-to-the-minute updates and important announcements in your newsfeed. Find us at www.facebook.com/cfis.falcons

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    CFIS is also on Instagram
    Follow us on Instagram! Open your Instagram app on your smartphone and search for "cfis.falcons". You can also view our Instagram page on the web at www.instagram.com/cfis.falcons

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  • Box Tops for CFIS
     Box Tops
    Keep those box tops coming!  We will be collecting them until the end of the school year. Students: please take your box tops to the front office or to your teacher. If you need additional information, please contact Cyndy Mosley at cyntek1@sbcglobal.net

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  • Keeping Schools Safe
    - How Parents Can Help -
    Safe School 
     School safety is of the utmost priority at Corona-Norco Unified School District, which is why systems and programs are in place and evaluated each year to ensure the safety of our students and staff. The District takes an uncompromising responsibility to provide a safe learning environment for all students and encourages parents and community members to assist us in our efforts in keeping our schools safe. For this reason, the District has partnered with our local law enforcement agencies to develop the “How Parents Can Help Keep Our Schools Safe” video. This video provides an overview about the District’s safety protocols and provides tips on how parents can help during a school crisis. Parents are invited to view & share this new school safety video.
    Click here to watch the video

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