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  • "Engineering for Kids" Summer Camp

    Norco College will be hosting the 1st Annual Engineering for Kids Summer Engineering Camp. The goal of the camp is to bring hands on learning experiences to kids and help bridge the gap between concepts learned in the classroom and how they apply in real life situations. Each camp will take place Monday-Thursday for one week during the summer months. Participants may register for more than one camp. Parents are welcomed to visit or attend a Summer Camp Open House from 5:30 to 7 pm on Thursday, May 28, at the Norco College STEM Center Room 201, 2001 Third Street, Norco, CA 92860. Prospective campers are encouraged to attend with their parents. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO DOWNLOAD A FLIER.

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  • CFIS Families Helping Families

    PTSA is organizing a donation drive to help families (including one of our own) at our local rescue mission. If you would like to help, we’ve broken down some of the items by tracks and/or grades. AIB 7&8: Formula (Enfamil Ready-to-use). Track B7-B8: Diapers size 2 & up. Track C7: Baby Wipes C8: Baby Shampoo & Conditioner, Lotions. Our donation drive will start May 18 and continue until May 27. Students can turn in donations to their 1st period class. We will also accept the following snack items for donation: Fruit snacks, fruit cups, gold fish crackers, regular crackers, granola bars, and apple sauce. The Track and Grade with the most donations will win extended lunch!

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  • Sandy Denkers Community Service Award

    Attention all 8th graders!! There is a new Community Service Award available for YOU. The Sandy Denkers Community Service Award will be given to one current 8th grade CFIS student in the form of a $100 Savings Bond at the 8th grade awards ceremony on June 17th 2015. Any current 8th grader with volunteer or community service during intermediate school is eligible to apply. Two teacher recommendations with a written response about volunteering or community service performed during intermediate school will be required. Grades will be considered but are not going to be held against any student. The deadline to submit is June 4th 2015. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION. (Applications are also available in the front office.)

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  • PTSA Needs You!

    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 2015-16 Information and Application. If you would like to join the PTSA Board for the 2014-2015 school year, please contact us at Thank you for your time and consideration of this important organization at CFIS.

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  • New Recycling / Fundraising Program at CFIS

    Donate your recyclables and our school will earn $$$ MONEY $$$. Drop off "CRV" (aluminum cans, plastic and glass bottles, etc.) as well as other recyclables at our new recycling bin located on Olive St. near the basketball courts. For more information, please click on the "Recycling / Fundraising" headline above.

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  • CJSF Applications for the 3rd Trimester

    CJSF Trimester 3 applications can be picked up at the office. They are due April 10th.

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Student Resources

  • Khan Academy

    Khan Academy is a non-profit organization that provides instructional videos and practice exercises primarily in the area of K-12 math. However, it also offers content in science, computer programming, history, art history, economics and more. You can check it out at

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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

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Parent Resources

  • Basic Safety Rules to Share

    We at CFIS would like to share some basic safety rules that you can review with your children to ensure their safety walking to and from school as well as other public places. Click on the headline to download our "Basic Safety Rules to Share" flyer (English and Spanish versions available). These tips will be placed on our Facebook page as well. We will also embed them into our daily student announcements periodically to support the district’s ongoing efforts to keep all students safe. If you ever have school safety concerns please contact CFIS at (951) 736-3321 or the CNUSD district safety office at 736-5129.

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  • Access Your Child's Grades Online

    Are you the parent of a CFIS falcon? Do you want to view your student's grades, assignments, attendance, and more? Now you can from your smartphone! Click the headline to download a PDF that will show you how! You will need your parent PIN and password? Contact the CFIS front office today. ***Note: You may be asked to show ID in person prior to confidential information being disclosed.***

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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

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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 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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  • Using Caution with Social Media Apps

    Parents, please click on the headline link to see the common apps that students are using to connect with others over social media. Some of these apps have anonymous users and leave our students vulnerable to harassment and bullying. Be Aware. Be Safe.

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  • SBAC Practice & Training Tests

    Parents and Students, did you know you can practice for the SBAC from home? Click on the title to view a user guide on accessing the Smarter Balanced Practice & Training Tests from home. It is never too early to start practicing! SBAC testing will begin at the end of March for D track and mid April for A Track. B and C Track will take their assessment in May.

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  • Common Core Video

    Confused about what is Common Core? Here's a video on Common Core State Standards that may help answer any questions you may have.

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  • PTA Common Core Resources

    The California Parent Teacher Association has some great resources for parents with regard to the new Common Core Standards They even provide the information in several translations. Please visit the following websites for more information:

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    Summer Engineering Camp

    Norco College will be hosting the 1st Annual Engineering for Kids Summer Engineering Camp. The goal of the camp is to bring hands on learning experiences to kids and help bridge the gap between concepts learned in the classroom and how they apply in real life situations.

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The entire CFIS staff is committed to providing a safe, supportive learning environment, with emphasis on high academic achievement, which will prepare our students to become contributing members of society. 
The mission of Corona Fundamental Intermediate is to provide students with a rigorous, standards-based educational program within a safe, supportive learning environment. With an emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, and effective communication skills, students will become contributing members of society who respects peers, authority, and country.
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