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4 PM Update: 8/27/20 Community Message | Mensaje | 消息
Posted 8/27/20

4:00 PM Update

Thank you for your patience today as we adapted to some unplanned events surrounding anonymous threats to some of our school sites. Thanks as well to the Fremont Police Department for their support today. As stated in my earlier messages, the threats were deemed not credible. At this time, we are returning to normal distance learning operations tomorrow for all school sites/programs, August 28th. Should there be any change or significant developments you will receive additional communications. 

Gracias por su paciencia hoy mientras nos adaptamos a algunos eventos no planeados que rodean amenazas anónimas a algunos de nuestros sitios escolares. Gracias también al Departamento de Policía de Fremont por su apoyo hoy. Como dije en mis mensajes anteriores, las amenazas no se consideraron creíbles. En este momento, mañana regresaremos a las operaciones normales de aprendizaje a distancia para todos los sitios / programas escolares, el 28 de agosto. Si hubiera algún cambio o novedades importantes, recibira comunicaciones adicionales.

感謝閣下今天在我們調整適應一些關於對我們某些學校匿名威脅的意外事件時的耐心配合。 還要感謝Fremont警察局今天的支持。 如我先前發布的消息所述,這些威脅被認為是不可信的。 目前,我們將於8月28日恢復所有學校/課程的正常遠程學習運作。 如果有任何變化或重大發展,您將收到更多通信。


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Dear FUSD Parents/Guardians,
I am writing to inform you of an overnight/early morning development that is impacting our instructional day for Thursday, August, 27th. Late last night, we received various threats for thirteen of our school sites. The threats were anonymous and ranged from topics of bomb threats to shooting threats. We immediately contacted the Fremont Police Department, they have been working closely with us on this matter and are in the process of investigating this further. At this time, we have no indication that any of the threats are credible.

Although our schools are not open for in-person instruction, many staff members are still working from our school site each day. Out of an abundance of caution, the thirteen schools that did receive threats will keep their facilities closed to all staff today, August 27, 2020. Distance learning and remote instruction are still taking place throughout FUSD. Additionally, food service at the affected sites will be moved to alternative locations. You will be receiving additional information regarding where to pick up meals.

In consultation with Fremont Police Department, we don’t believe there is any need to adjust the operations of our other school sites. Again, there are no indications that any of the threats are credible, and our initial response has been taken only out of an abundance of caution.

I am very sorry that this undue stress is placed upon our staff, students, and community due to these issues. Thank you all for your flexibility during this time. I will provide a further communication and update later this afternoon. For your reference and review the affected sites are as follows:

Warwick Elementary
Millard Elementary
Hirsch Elementary
Warm Springs Elementary
Maloney Elementary
Patterson Elementary
Oliveira Elementary
Niles Elementary
Mission Valley Elementary
Robertson High School
Mission San Jose High School
Washington High School
Thornton Junior High School

CJ Cammack

Fremont Unified School District