Students BP 5145
To maximize student safety and the opportunity for students to relate in an informal setting, it is
the goal of Fremont Unified School District to provide closed campuses at all school sites.
Only students enrolled at FUSD schools are permitted on campus during instructional hours. All
student visitors must first have the permission of the principal to visit the schools. No pupil shall
be permitted to leave school at any time before the regular hour for dismissal except as noted in
A principal shall not permit a minor student to leave school in the custody of a person other than
the student's legal parent or guardian unless that person has the verified authorization of one of
the legal parents or guardian. Properly authorized law officers may seize or apprehend according
All elementary schools and junior high schools will continue to have closed campuses at lunch
time and at all other times during the instructional day.
Two years prior to a comprehensive high school site achieving an enclosed student dining
capacity and student meal serving capacity to serve 1/3 of the students during the lunch period,
the schools administrative staff will begin the planning process to close the campus.
This process will involve all stakeholders in planning the food service system, scheduling,
supervision and activities which will result in a successful implementation of the closed campus.
During the fall of the first year in which the dining facilities at a high school meet the standard
and the above implementation issues are resolved, a closed campus will be implemented.
Policy Adopted: August 24, 1983
Policy Revised: January 9, 2002
Closed Campuses AR 5145
No pupil shall be permitted to leave school at any time before the regular hour for
1. in case of emergency.
2. with the approval of the principal or his designated representative.
3. that pupils in grades 1-6 may be permitted to go home for lunch.
4. that senior high pupils may leave campus during the existing open campus lunch
period at each school.
5. that senior high pupils with written parent permission may be permitted by the
principal to leave campus and arrange for his/her transportation to and from school
classes and/or educational, cultural, scientific or athletic events at locations off
campus. Student-arranged transportation may include all public transportation, taxi,
licensed carriers, walking, biking, or by motor vehicle driven by the student
excused. Students may not arrange to ride with another student or other driver who
is not an employee or parent driver who has not filed the required driver declaration
with the school.
Regulation Established: August 24, 1983
Last Modified on August 1, 2012