Dear Parents and Guardians,
Spring is the time of growth, flowers, sunshine – and standardized testing. Testing will be a part of your child’s future – in school and in the workplace. You read about public school testing and hear about it on TV and radio. The test dates are as follows:
You will receive more specific information as the testing time gets closer.
What can you do to help your child do better on tests? Mark important test dates on the calendar. Try not to schedule anything for the night before the tests. Make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep. Eating a nutritious breakfast can also help your child perform better. Also, avoid making morning doctor and dentist appointments during testing and make sure your students are at school on time.
Probably the most important factor for successful test-taking is the attitude of students, parents and school staff. If the child know that taking the test and doing their best is considered really import by the adults in their lives, their effort becomes sharper and more focused.
- Mr. Whipple
Effective July 1, 2013, the Office of Pupil Services will be officially known as the Office of Student Support Services (SSS). The SSS will include the Language Assessment Center (LAC) and School Nurses, as well as the new Centralized Enrollment Center (CEC). Due to these changes, the enrollment process for new Transitional Kindergarten (TK) – 6th grade students will be conducted in the new Centralized Enrollment Center effective July 8, 2013. Therefore, elementary school enrollment will end on Friday, June 14, 2013 and elementary schools will no longer enroll new students for the 2013/14 school. For further information, please call (510) 657-2350 after June 17, 2013 and ask for the Centralized Enrollment Center.
These changes address the requirement for the child passenger restraint system in motor vehicles in California. This change now requires that “….a driver shall not transport on a highway in a motor vehicle, as defined in paragraph (1) of subdivision (3) of section 27315, a child or ward who is under eight years of age, meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards.without properly securing that child in a rear seat in an appropriate child passenger restraint system
FUSD Facilties Needs Assessment Report - click HERE to review the reports for each school. The reports contain four sections: Building Conditions; Suitability; Grounds; Technology Readiness.
On May 7, 2014, the Fremont Board of Education unanimously voted to adopt new math programs for grades kindergarten through eight.
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