• FREMONT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

    DEPARTMENT OF FEDERAL & STATE PROGRAMS

    2018/2019 SCHOOL YEAR
    15 PERCENT AND ABOVE TRANSLATION REQUIRED
    LANGUAGE CENSUS 2016/2017 DATA

    The following chart is derived from each school site's English learners who are classified as EL (English Learner) or FEP (Fluent English Proficient). If a student is reclassified from EL status to FEP, the parents’ need to receive notices in both English and the primary language may not change. The formula used by the California Department of Education in determining the 15 percent and above statistics includes EL and FEP counts. Consequently, a language group at each school site that is over 15 percent mandates that all written notices to the parent/guardian and other communications be translated.

     

       


    School

    Attendance
    Area

    Top
    Language

    School 
    Enrollment

    Number
    of EL's

    Fluent English
    Proficient (FEP)

    Total Number
    EL / FEP

    Total
    EL / FEP
    Percent

    AZEVEDA ELEMENTARY

    Kennedy

    Mandarin

    633

    38

    72

    110

    17.38

    BLACOW ELEMENTARY

    Kennedy

    Spanish

    461

    113

    34

    147

    31.89%

    BRIER ELEMENTARY

    Kennedy

    Spanish

    718

    108

    39

    147

    20.47%

    CABRILLO ELEMENTARY

    Washington

    Spanish

    426

    90

    33

    123

    28.28%

    CHADBOURNE ELEMENTARY

    Mission

    Mandarin

    747

    26

    107

    133

    17.80%

    GLENMOOR ELEMENTARY

    Washington

    Spanish

    651

    83

    46

    129

    19.82%

    GOMES ELEMENTARY

    Mission

    Mandarin

    778

    42

    93

    135

    17.35%

    GREEN ELEMENTARY

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    510

    34

    64

    98

    19.22%

    GRIMMER ELEMENTARY

    Irvington

    Spanish

    495

    135

    36

    171

    34.55%

    HOPKINS JR. HIGH

    Mission

    Mandarin

    1126

    15

    248

    263

    23.36%

    HORNER JR. HIGH

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    1212

    21

    190

    211

    17.41%

    IRVINGTON HIGH

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    2360

    46

    448

    494

    20.93%

    KENNEDY HIGH

    Kennedy

    Spanish

    1379

    77

    254

    331

    24.00%

    LEITCH ELEMENTARY

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    902

    82

    55

    136

    15.08%

    MISSION HIGH

    Mission

    Mandarin

    2014

    36

    564

    600

    29.79%

    MISSION SAN JOSE ELEMENTARY

    Mission

    Mandarin

    550

    21

    66

    87

    16.35%

    MISSION VALLEY ELEMENTARY

    Mission

    Mandarin

    709

    32

    89

    121

    17.07%

    ROBERTSON HIGH SCHOOL

    FUSD

    Spanish

    167

    11

    34

    45

    26.95%

    VALLEJO MILL ELEMENTARY

    Washington

    Spanish

    542

    55

    27

    82

    15.13%

    VISTA ALTERNATIVE

    FUSD

    Spanish

    25

    1

    4

    4

    16%

     

    WALTERS JR. HIGH

    Kennedy

    Spanish

    742

    69

    98

    167

    22.51%

    WARM SPRINGS ELEMENTARY

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    1073

    21

    185

    206

    19.20%

    WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

    Washington

    Spanish

    1940

    73

    223

    296

    15.26%

    WEIBEL ELEMENTARY

    Irvington

    Mandarin

    833

    50

    103

    153

    18.37%

                   

            


    Translation no longer required:

    Brookevale

    Centerville

    Education Code Section 48985.    Parental notification education codes requirements.

    1. (a) If 15 percent or more of the pupils enrolled in a public school that provides instruction in kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, speak a single primary language other than English, as determined from the census data submitted to the department pursuant to Section 52164 in the preceding year, all notices, reports, statements, or records sent to the parent or guardian of any such pupil by the school or school district shall, in addition to being written in English, be written in the primary language, and may be responded to either in English or the primary language.
Last Modified on August 24, 2018