Families affected by the non-renewal of FAME's charter are invited to a Parent Information Night hosted by FUSD.
Centerville Junior High School Math Teacher Kathy Fields was nominated as an 'All-Star Teacher.'
In recognition of National Women's History Month in March, FUSD’s Measure “E” Bond Program reflected upon contributions made by women working on behalf of its schools and students.
Warwick Elementary School recognized World Autism Awareness Day by asking students and staff to "Light It Up Blue."
Earning your driver's license is a big milestone during the high school years. But with the privilege comes plenty of responsibility. Students at Mission San Jose and Washington High Schools got a hands-on lesson in the dangers of distracted driving.
This committee has openings in the categories of 1) member of senior citizen organization 2) member of taxpayers’ organization
Science students from throughout FUSD performed well, including a sweep of first-place positions, in the 2015 Bay Area Science Olympiad.
The California State Board of Education voted to suspend use of the Academic Performance Index (API) this school year.
Ardenwood Elementary's Abinayaa Murugupandiyan Finishes 4th in Alameda County Spelling Bee.
FUSD is proud to announce one of its students has been selected to speak at AVID 2015 Summer Institute, July 13-15, in Sacramento.
Members of Oversight Committee listen to Kennedy Principal Velez explain the importance of the Technology Infrastructure Project
For the second time, students from Mission San Jose High School have the opportunity to present a breakthrough technology on an international stage.
FUSD is proud to announce 30 of its high school students have been named as candidates for the United States Presidential Scholars Program.
Congratulations to Hopkins Junior High 7th-grader Emily Yang, named one of three winners by Santa Clara Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contest
At its January 14, 2015, FUSD Board of Education meeting, the Board awarded design-build contracts for the classroom addition projects.
The California State Board of Education has appointed Mission San Jose High School Social Studies Teacher, Risha Krishna, to the state's Instructional Quality Commission.
Students at Durham Elementary got a great lesson in the importance of self-acceptance, as well as the insignificance of physical differences, from a special guest with a lifetime of experience.
The Fremont Unified School District provides an opportunity for senior citizens to apply for a Senior Exemption Waiver to the Measure K Parcel Tax annually.
Facilities Director Therese Gain said that the technology infrastructure projects at these four schools were designated high priority
Physical Education classes at Hopkins Junior High School were treated to a concert of Holiday and Pop music December 18th courtesy of the Dream Achievers.
Mission San Jose High School senior Dustin Chiang has been selected as an alternate to represent California at the 53rd-annual U.S. Senate Youth Program.
Thank you to Autism Yesterday and Today for its generous donation of 14 iPad Minis, an iMac computer, printer & digital camera for Special Education classes at Mission Valley Elementary School.
The term 'Last Man Standing' is often used metaphorically, but few can truly relate.
Three FUSD Elementary schools earned cash awards for their performance in Fire Up Your Feet Fall 2014 Activity Challenge.
Thank you to Autism: Yesterday and Today for donation of technology to Mission San Jose Elementary School
Already established as one of the academically top-performing school districts in California, FUSD proved it is also no slouch physically
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 10th-Annual 'Race for Education,' October 26th, at Niles Elementary School.
FUSD Elementary students learning importance of water conservation through music.
The Niles Rotary Club generously donated nearly $15,000 worth of school supplies to Brier Elementary.
Congratulations to Robertson High School's Amy Perez - Alameda County's 2014 'Teacher of the Year'
Workers involved in upcoming construction projects throughout FUSD got some personal experience in the classroom environments they hope to improve for students and staff.
FUSD is proud to announce Mission San Jose Elementary School has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School.
Students among FUSD High Schools received national recognition earlier this month, earning 158 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist designations for 2015.
FUSD students once again proved themselves ready to take on a rigorous high school curriculum according to results of the 2014 California High School Exit Exam
Students and staff at Mission San Jose High School celebrated the school's 50th birthday September 19th.
Water, or lack thereof, has been a big topic in Veronica Rubalcava's 4th-grade class at Warwick Elementary School.
After surveying Bay Area high schools, San Francisco's KPIX TV (Ch.5) chose FUSD's Mission San Jose to feature as a school on the forefront of head injury prevention.
By all reports, FUSD's new student information system passed its first test during yesterday’s first day of the 2014-15 school year.
Three FUSD veterans take over new schools for the 2014-15 school year.
FUSD High Schools added to their lengthy run of outpacing the state average in ACT scores, topping California in all five categories measured for 2014.
In a move to address concerns of over-crowding at two of its Elementary Schools, the FUSD Board of Education voted to alter boundary lines affecting Leitch and Warm Springs Elementary.
Several FUSD students graduated from a Youth Empowerment and Work Experience Academy August 14th.
FUSD's Kennedy High School is featured in a recent California Bar Foundation video. Kennedy received a 2014 Civic Learning Award of Merit from the Foundation for 'outstanding efforts in providing high-quality civic education.'
With the passage of Measure E in June, FUSD is now asking the community for volunteers to serve on an Oversight Committee to monitor the use of funds allocated to the District for facility repairs/improvements.
While school may be the last thing on most students’ minds during the summer months, many are taking advantage of a summer program offered by the Fremont Unified School District.
Congratulations to incoming American High School freshman Sami Khan, who took first place in the United Nations Environment Program's Children's Painting Competition earlier this month.
On May 7, 2014, the Fremont Board of Education unanimously voted to adopt new math programs for grades kindergarten through eight.
Irvington High student, William "Ray" Duan earned first place the Dupont Challenge Science essay contest.
Irvington High School will be hosting "Replace the Race" event on Wednesday, March 26th from 3:30 4:45pm in the Irvington cafeteria.
Facing aging facilities in need of repair, the Fremont Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously to place a local school improvement funding measure on the June 2014 ballot.
rvington High School teacher Scott Di Lorenzo has been awarded prestigious teaching fellowship offered by the English-Speaking Union’s San Francisco Shakespeare Competition called the British Universities Summer Scholarship program (BUSS).
We are pleased to announce that the Fremont Unified School District has been approved for a grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Program in the amount of $26,000. Sixty four community-based organizations applied for the grant and 16 were awarded.
The College Challenge is designed to build college awareness among high school students and encourage seniors to complete college applications.
The Fremont Unified School District will hold five (5) Town Hall Meetings in September to review proposed master plan recommendations for all of the sites in the District. These public forums will provide attendees with an opportunity for input on recommendations to modernize and improve the schools in each of the attendance areas.
The Measure K Committee is actively looking for new members. Members may be a parent or guardian of a current FUSD student or a business/community member in the City of Fremont. Qualified applicants must be eligible to vote in the Fremont Unified School District and may not be an employee, official, vendor, contractor, or consultant of the District.
The Weibel won its fifth National Chess Championship in Chicago over the weekend of April 26 through 28.
On Wednesday, May 15 at 6:45 p.m. the Fremont Unified School District and Fremont Unified District Teachers Association signed a tentative agreement for a new three year contract.
Niles Elementary School 5th grader Sahir Qureshi won the 2013 California State Elementary Spelling Bee on Saturday, April 20, 2013.
At the March 13, 2013 meeting, the Board of Education took unanimous action to add staff and provide support for students, staff, and families for next school year.
essica Yeung from Hopkins Junior High won 1st place in Senator Boxer's Earth Day Poster Contest.
Mission San Jose Elementary proved once again they are one of the best chess programs around.
Congratulations to Durham Elementary School for being recognized for the 2012-13 Title I Academic Achievement Award.
Two teams from Warm Springs Elementary School have qualified for the Odyssey of Mind World Tournament. Both teams recently won regional and state tournaments and will advance to the World Finals which will be held on May 22-25, 2013 at Michigan State University.
Fremont students took home all four of the trophies awarded on Saturday, March 16th at the Alameda County Spelling Bee Championship held at Canyon Middle School in Castro Valley.
Hopkins Jr. High has been designated by the California Association for the Gifted as a Five Star School Program for the Gifted for the 2013-2014 school year!
The District and FUDTA met to negotiate on Tuesday March 5, 2013. At the end of the day, the District and FUDTA were unable to come to final agreement on three remaining open articles, and FUDTA unilaterally declared impasse. Impasse means negotiations have reached a point where FUDTA believes differences in positions are so substantial that future meetings would be futile
School safety plans outline emergency procedures and all of our school sites, staff and students, practice emergency drills for earthquake, other emergencies and lockdowns. Parents may ask to view these plans at their school office. Many drills at school sites ask for our parent volunteers to participate.
The Board of Education established a set of quality indicators that comprise the District’s Data Dashboard. Rather than rely on a single measure of performance, the Board has approved a number of quality indicators that tell us how well the District is performing overall. Viewed together, they provide a clear picture of how the system is performing across key areas.
Haarika Kathi is a talented artist who is recently entered ninth grade at Irvington High School. She enjoys learning, playing clarinet and chess but, her favorite hobby by far, is painting. Her artistic talents shine in the exhibit of her paintings on display at the Fremont Unified School District Office.
Senate Bill (SB) 1381 (Chapter 705, Statues of 2010) amended California Education Code (Section 46300, 48000, and 48010) to change the required birthday for admission to kindergarten and first grade and established a transitional kindergarten program beginning in the 2012–2013 school year. Click on the bold headline to see the Frequently Asked Questions.
The Third Grade Team from Oliveira Elementary won 1st place at the Odyssey of the Mind Tournament
The Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) and Fremont Unified District Teacher Association (FUDTA) began bargaining in March 2012. FUDTA’s economic proposal is approximately $28.8 million over three years. The District’s economic proposal is approximately $6.7 million over three years.