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Randall Pepper Elementary School

Fontana, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 582


Randall Pepper Elementary School
16613 Randall Avenue
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 357-5730
Randall Pepper Elementary School is located in Fontana, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
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Reviews5 Reviews

My son has been at this school since preschool and him and i have had issues with all teachers beginning with first grade
Terrible in every way! Staff has all to do with poor academics. Teachers, yard staff, office personnel are all bullies, to kids and parents alike. They squat kids to floor at every bell, onto dirty blacktop and are harassed till they are practically kneeling to the floor. Complaints are ignored and never addressed. A handful of real teachers only so you will be left crossing your fingers for a good one. Parking or the lack of is a nightmare. Heavy traffic, no parking for drop off or pick up. Kids are unruly and allowed to bully other kids. Your kid will be told not to be a tattletale by teachers and yard staff. Yard staff is the worst ever seen! Yelling, talking in slang, no respect for students they pat them on the head ( like animals), and touch them as they walk by. Keep your hands to yourself and off other people’s children!
It's OK. Would not recommend to other parents to put there kids here. But they do have a great after school program.
My children went to Randall Pepper for over 4 years and we enjoyed every bit of it. The office staff is top notch and very caring. Our family had an emergency and they pulled resources together to make sure we survived a trying time. Mrs. Stevenson and Ms. Strouts are the best teachers a student could ask for. They kept the lessons interesting, which help the children stay focused. Mrs. Strouts would make an excellent Principle because of her commitment to not only the students but also the whole community. If you are involved in your children's education by volunteering and attending school events as well as staying abreast of how your child's progressing in the class they will receive a quality elementary education.
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