Forest Park Donates $1825 for UNICEF for Nepal
Inspired by 3 of their classmates, Mrs. Liu's 5th graders from Room 403 organized a schoolwide KINDNESS drive to collect donations to support the recovery efforts in Nepal in the aftermath of devastating earthquakes. Students, parents, and teachers filled the donation jars around campus with over $1800 during Open House. Way to make a difference, Forest Park!
Forest Park: A Safe Place to Learn
In order to ensure student safety and focus on student learning, all adults visiting campus must check in at the office before entering campus. Please do not enter the buildings or come onto the blacktop without checking in at the office.
Wolverine Ready, Set, Recycle Challenge!
Forest Park is taking on the challenge of disposing of our lunch waste properly to improve our world by protecting the environment. Students are engaging in the 4S's to promote the 4R's (Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Rot.)
Sort your lunch waste at your table: Separate landfill trash, recycling, and compost.
Stand in line: Wait your turn to dispose of your lunch waste in the proper bins.
Stash your lunch waste in the proper bin: Put your lunch waste in its place!
Stack your tray or unopened items: Place your tray or unopened items on the cart neatly.
Public Health Notice
With the Alameda County Public Health Department’s (ACPHD) recent report of five confirmed cases of measles within the county so far in 2015, the Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is providing families with information regarding the illness.
FUSD reminds families there are currently no known cases of measles within the District. The ACPHD is investigating and will notify the District immediately with any reports of confirmed cases or suspected exposures.
Measles, also called rubeola, is a highly-contagious illness caused by a virus that causes fever, cough, runny nose and watery eyes, as well as a rash. More serious cases of measles can cause diarrhea, middle ear infection, pneumonia, or encephalitis (brain infection). Measles is spread person-to-person when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or shares food/drink. If your child demonstrates any of the above symptoms, please do not send child to school and contact your physician immediately.
Immunization is the best protection against measles. There are typically two doses given: one at 12-15 months, and a second time as soon as 28 days later. Many children receive their second dose before kindergarten. FUSD, as well as all California public schools, requires both doses be administered prior to enrollment.
Please contact FUSD Student Support Services at 510-659-2534 with questions or for more information.