We are pleased to announce that the Corona-Norco Unified School District’s Project Safety Net Program has been selected to receive the 2015 Exemplary School Safety Initiative Award by the School Safety Advocacy Council, a recognized leader in school safety based services and training.
Excitement and anticipation from all was clear to see as our year-round schools welcomed students and parents on the first day of the 2015-16 school year! Students came ready learn and eager to meet their teachers and reconnect with friends!
On June 22, 2015, Colonel Bobby C. Woods, Director, United States Air Force, announced Norco High School's United States Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps unit as one of the units having earned the "Silver Star" Community Service with Excellence Award for AY 2014-2015.
On Wednesday, June 3, 2015 second grade teacher Mrs. Oliver received a special visit from Riverside County Superintendent Ken Young and CNUSD Superintendent Dr. Michael Lin who informed her that she was selected as one of the four Riverside County Teachers of the Year for 2016.
Home Gardens Academy’s Dream Big Parent Academy, formerly named Parent University, received the Exemplary Practice In Parent Engagement award at the 23rd District PTA Conference held on June 11-12, 2015.
The Cougars were held in check for the first sixth innings of Saturday's CIF-SS Division 1 championship game. Norco was down to its final out in the top of the seventh inning, but the Cougars pushed four runs across to pull out a 4-2 victory over Valencia West Ranch.
The much anticipated annual El Cerrito Middle School "Salutes Our Veterans" event took place on May 13th, 2015. Hundreds of staff, students, and community members filled the multipurpose room to pay tribute to Veterans in the community.
Santiago High School Juniors, Justin Luna and Brandon Cunningham, in Mr. Tyler's Accounting class placed 2nd in the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) Foundation's acclaimed Stock Market Game challenge for the San Diego Region.
Dr. Michael Lin, Superintendent of the Corona-Norco Unified School District threw the honorary first pitch at the Angels vs. Astro game on Friday, May 8, 2015 .
On May 21, 2015 teachers, administrators and staff from Ronald Reagan Elementary School sported bright red noses to show their support for Red Nose Day, a national campaign to raise awareness about childhood poverty.
CNUSD is grateful for the community and business partnerships established this year through the Adopt-A-School Program.
Thirteen years after enrolling in the District's first Dual Language Immersion (DLI) class at Washington Elementary, four students will be the first DLI graduating class at Roosevelt High School having reached their goal of becoming bilingual, biliterate and bicultural.
We are excited to announce CNUSD’s 1st Annual Parents as Champions Conference
As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), school districts, county offices of education and charter schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).
Roosevelt High School has been honored with the California Gold Ribbon Schools Award, a program that was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Programs.
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 email@example.com. Thank you for your time and consideration of this important organization 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.
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 www.khanacademy.org
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. 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the headline to download our "Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Traffic Safety" brochure, written in collaboration with the Riverside Sheriff's Department and Corona Police Department. This brochure provides clarification on laws related to the operation of vehicles in school zones and provides basic bicycle and pedestrian safety tips.
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.
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. You can also view a brief video tutorial by visiting http://goo.gl/kCIIea
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.
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.
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.
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: http://capta.org/focus-areas/education/common-core/
|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.