• Mission Statement


    Our administration, teachers, and dedicated staff in collaboration with the community are committed to empowering students with rich learning opportunities that will prepare them to meet the challenges of the 21st century while fostering social responsibility, good citizenship, and an appreciation for diversity.

Announcements

  • Dear FUSD Families,
    Our thoughts and condolences remain with our neighbors to the north as they struggle with the devastation and aftermath of wildfires. Several of our schools are collecting money and goods to send to Napa and Sonoma Counties and as a district, we will do whatever we can to support those affected by this tragedy.
    Closer to home, the smoke from these massive fires continues to drift over our community causing concern. We have monitored the air quality on an hourly basis and while our schools remain open, principals and site administrators have been instructed to run their ‘Rainy Day’ schedules, which include indoor recess and PE classes. Outdoor activity will be restricted and accommodations will be made for any student with respiratory issues.  After-school sports practices and games were cancelled yesterday and a decision regarding today’s events will be made early this afternoon.
    We are in contact with state and county officials to ensure we are operating in the safest manner possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your school’s principal. Your child’s safety comes first and we will quickly make any necessary adjustments as conditions change.
    Sincerely,
    Dr. Kim Wallace
    Superintendent

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  • Office of Civil Rights Lessons

    Students will receive a series of lessons designed to address the needs of our diverse population in Fremont Unified School District. We want to ensure the emotional and physical safety of our students, especially those in a protected class. Groups are protected on the basis of disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic that is contained in the definition described in board policy.

    These are the learning targets for the series of lessons:

    1. Students will be able to explain that making fun of another student or a teacher because of (for example) their race or cultural background, the languages they speak at home or at school, the food they eat, the clothes they wear or the color of their skin is hurtful and not permitted at school.

    2. Students will be able to demonstrate with an example that it’s particularly serious to make fun of someone for the qualities that make that person unique and special, such as the way the person looks, speaks, or their race or cultural background.

    3. Students will also be able to demonstrate with an example that making fun of other students can make both those students and the whole school community less safe.

    4. Students will be able to describe what to do if they are bullied, if they see someone being bullied, or if they hear about someone being bullied.

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  • Please see our School Site Council Agenda for 10/17/17 HERE.  Share any comments using THIS FORM.

    Thanks!

    Ms. Graham

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  • School Supply Voluntary Donations

    Suggested school supplies for each grade level 

     2017-18 Supply List

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  • Wallball Rules at Forest Park

    Wallball Rules

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  • Resources for Families of English Learners

    Please click the link below to access helpful websites and online games.

    Resources for English Learners

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  • Ready, Set, Recycle Challenge

    Forest Park is taking on the challenge of disposing of our lunch waste properly Find Out More

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  • A Safe Place to Learn

     

    In accordance with FUSD policy, all of our 1st-6th grade students receive training aimed to prevent bullying, and all of our 4th-6th graders have received additional training on preventing sexual harassment. The presentations used for the trainings are posted below for your reference.

     
    The Kids Against Bullying website is a great resource pacerkidsagainstbullying.org -more resources are available on the FUSD website
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  • Campus Security

    In order to ensure student safety and focus on student learning, all adults visiting campus must check in at the office before entering campus. Please do not enter the buildings or come onto the blacktop without checking in at the office. 

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  • Logins

    LexiaCORE5 LoginThink Central Login

    Ten Marks LoginSpring Board Login

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  • caaspp CAASPP:  The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress

    More Information on District Site

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  • Student Enrollment
    New students to the Fremont School District need to enroll for school. This is done through the school district. Please click here https://www.fremont.k12.ca.us/Page/25604 for detailed information on how to enroll your student for next school year.    
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  • Student Health

    ConcussionsPlease read important information about brain concussions

    Measles - Five confirmed cases of measles within the county so far in 2015 - information regarding the illness

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  • Paying for School Lunches
    For directions on paying for school lunches either online or at Forest Park, please click here.
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