Welcome Back To The 2018-19 School Year
Message from Superintendent Kim Wallace

Inclusion: Special Education Mainstreaming
FUSD schools are working to make sure students with special needs become an important part of their school's culture.
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  • Board Icon - group of figures sitting at tableBoard Meeting
    September 26, 2018
    6:00 p.m.
    District Office, Board Room
    4210 Technology Drive

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  • Seeking Volunteers  Curriculum & Instruction Advisory Committee. More information and Application

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  • healthTri City Health Mobile Clinic is on one of the FUSD campuses every day. They provide immunizations, enrollment health physicals, sports physicals and assistance with Covered California/Medi-Cal enrollment. See attached calendar www.fremont.k12.ca.us/mobileclinic

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  • heart and hand Make A Difference Day! Oct. 27
    Join volunteers in Fremont by beautifying schools, parks, helping senior residents, and various community projects. Website | Flyer

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  • grad capCollege Fair at Ohlone Tuesday, September 25th at Ohlone Gymnasium (43600 Mission Blvd) Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Over 90 colleges will be represented, including UC's, CSU's, private/independent, and out-of-state colleges. Talk with admissions officers and pick up brochures on your choice of colleges.

    A panel of admission advisors from the University of California, California State Universities and Community Colleges will be holding an informational session during the evening.

    FYI - $4 parking fee

     

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  • Did you know that FUSD offers free CPR/First Aid Training to Staff? The District is also starting a  NEW  class in collaboration with the Fremont Police Department, to offer a Basic Trauma Care course which will teach participants to recognize and treat some of the more common injuries sustained in Mass Casualty Incidents. Staff Sign in

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  • 9/10/18 - Websites are upgrading

    Home pages will have a two column layout. The left column will be UPDATES - a group of headlines with links to short messages. The right column will be feature type content. Here is a preview.

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  • NOTICE REGARDING ADOPTION OF REVISED SCHOOL FACILITIES NEEDS ANALYSIS PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 65995.5-65995.7 Notice September 12, 2018

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  • NEW GATE PARENT INFORMATIONAL NIGHT

    An informational meeting for the parents recently notified via letter that their child qualifies for Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) will be held on September 19, 2018 in the Centerville Jr. High gymnasium.  This optional event is from 6:00-7:30 p.m.  English | español | 中文

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  • FUSDigest Summer 2018 English | español | 中文

    Triannual newsletter designed to help keep the Fremont community informed of what’s happening throughout the District.

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  • Did You Know? FUSD Offers Two Language Immersion Programs - Spanish and Mandarin. The district's Immersion program is open to non English-speaking and English-speaking students. Immersion education is an alternative educational model designed to provide students with fluency and literacy in two languages. More Info
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  •  New to the District  Enrollment Information

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  • no orange card BART has eliminated the Orange Discount Ticket program. In place of the orange tickets, students will need to purchase a Youth Clipper Card. Information on how to purchase.

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  • MEASURE I - SENIOR & SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) EXEMPTION WAIVER Parcel Tax Exemption - More Information

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  • Alameda County Superintendents Open Letter to California's Next Governor
    Be sure our local legislators understand the critical importance of AB 2808 to the future of funding for our schools. A strong show of unity between all of the Alameda districts to "stand together" for the future of education in California. Read the Letter

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  • 6/5/18 Staff Update Office of Civil Rights Memos - FUSD is committed to equity in education - meaning that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, are not obstacles to achieving educational potential and that all individuals are included.   This year, our district has implemented several actions to reduce bullying and harassment of students based on race, color, or national origin called for in our Resolution Agreement with the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) FULL MESSAGE

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  • Update on Lead Testing for Schools/AB 746
    Results of ten FUSD schools tested

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  • 5 minute Video on Transitional Kindergarten (TK) in Alameda County

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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS (additional)

    Please check this page for more announcements, including High School Exit Exam INFO/CAHSEE, Preschool, Immunization records and Immersion/bilingual Info

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