FUSD and FUDTA share a positive history of working collaboratively in serving the best interests of our students. FUSD looks forward to coming to an agreement with FUDTA on salary negotiations. FUSD and FUDTA met on January 12, January 19, February 8, and February 13. The next negotiations session is scheduled for February 22, 2018.
Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
FUSD offered a total of 24 hours of PLC collaboration with 18 compensated hours on the salary schedule and 6 hours from the 40-hour requirement. The table below represents current practice and FUSD's new proposal:
|Compensated (per diem)||16 hours||18 hours|
|40 hours (Adjunct Duties)||10 hours||6 hours|
|Total||26 hours||24 hours|
FUSD also presented a revised DRAFT 2018-2019 salary schedules to demonstrate the incorporation of 18 compensated hours for all unit members. FUSD looks forward to continuing collaboration with FUDTA on PLC contract language prior to the FUDTA membership vote. Click Here to View the DRAFT 2018-2019 salary schedules.
The District's offer is 1.33%, one-time off-schedule.
News & Newsletters from around the District.
When California adopted the new California State Standards, teachers began to shift their teaching focus to specific skills (standards) that students need to master. Fremont Unified School District is in the process of developing new elementary report cards designed to provide families with detailed information about a student's progress toward mastering those individual standards. We are asking parents and guardians to complete a quick online survey to share feedback.
PLEASE HELP Draft report cards & survey
We are also holding an in-person focus group for families and community members on Tuesday, February 13th from 6-7 p.m. at the district office. If interested, please RSVP on the link at the end of the survey.
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is the state academic testing program intended to provide information that can be used to monitor student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career. Students who have the most significant cognitive disabilities, as designated in their active individualized education program, are eligible to take the California Alternative Assessments (CAAs).
Students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take either the computer adaptive CAASPP or CAAs in English and Math. In addition, students in grade 5, 8, and 12 will take California Science Test (CAST) in spring 2018.
In late summer/early fall, parents/guardians will receive the student score reports with overall score, a description of the student’s achievement level for English language arts, mathematics, science if applicable, and other information.
More information about CAASPP & CAST or CAAs
Parents/guardians have the right to exempt their child(ren) from taking the CAASPP, CAAs, and/or CAST. For more information about your school’s schedule or concerns about your child’s participation, please contact your school.
Parents of 6th grade students - Secondary Math Placement Information Nights
Please note: Due to space limitations, please attend only the session scheduled for your child's school site.
|Date (all times 6 to 7:30 pm)||Junior High|
|December 6||Hopkins FLYER
(meeting location MSJHS)
|January 23||Horner FLYER|
|January 31||Centerville FLYER|
|February 5||Walters FLYER|
Parent Presentation (pdf)
How can I tell if my child is preparing for college or a career? College and Career Readiness Indicators (pdf) Indicadores de la Preparación para la Universidad y Carreras Profesionales
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM City-District Liaison Committee
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Board Meeting