The Fremont Schools Management Association recognized four of its retiring members June 20th.
Professional Development Center re-named for Hattie Hughes.
The FUSD Board of Education holds open meeting Wednesday, June 28th, 6:30pm.
Mission San Jose High School junior will represent U.S. in International Physics Olympiad.
Three FUSD students among 20 winners of writing contest.
FUSD high schools honor graduating seniors at respective Commencement Ceremonies.
FUSD District Office will operate under four-day work week for four-week period.
FUSD State Preschool program given ‘Tier-5’ rating by Alameda County Quality Rating and Improvement System.
Eleven area students receive scholarships courtesy of Fremont California School Employees Association.
Cabrillo receives check for $10,700 as part of 'Saves for Schools' program.
District seeking one community member to sit on naming committee.
FUSD students invited by Assemblymember to discuss Project '401k-9.'
FUSD is proud to count fourteen 2017 National Merit Scholarship winners among its student population.
Competing among chapters from around the world, FUSD DECA students impress at global conference.
FUSD students put their STEM skills to the test at Tech Museum of Innovation’s 2017 Tech Challenge in San Jose.
In its annual rankings, U.S. News & World Report has listed three high schools from FUSD as among the best in California.
The Grimmer Elementary Intervention Specialist has been with FUSD since 1990.
FUSD & 24 of its schools named California Honor Roll Schools for 2016.
Twenty-one FUSD schools earn Gold Ribbon designation since 2015.
Four films from Irvington HS students earn awards in state competition.
HIghlights include a changing of the guard for the 2017-18 school year.
Recognized for work to reduce suspensions, expulsions and chronic absenteeism.
Partnership seeks to forge new connections between FUSD and teaching artists.
Winners from 2017 Young Composer's Contest heard their work performed by Fremont Symphony Orchestra March 21st.
Will compete in State Bee May 13th.
All four will represent FUSD at State Competition April 1st at Cal-State Stanislaus
Washington High School was well-represented at the California DECA Career Development Conference Awards Ceremony.
New website designed to help families access information about K–12 districts and schools debuts March 15th.
Resolution pledges to provide school environment 'free from harassment and fear.'
Irvington High School among five schools in California, and 255 nationwide, named semifinalists in Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.
Robertson recognized for operating innovative academic program to prepare students for college and a career.
FUSD proud to announce 48 students from four high schools candidates for Presidential Scholar Program.
Fremont's St. James Episcopal Church donates $2,000 toward unpaid meal accounts.
Oliveira Elementary 5th-grader Vrajesh Daga takes 1st-place.
Mission San Jose High School's Jessika Baral one of 40 finalists from across U.S.
Former Chadbourne Elementary student Karen Chen earns gold in Kansas City.
FUSD has posted information for seniors and other individuals wishing to apply for waivers to the Measure I Parcel Tax.
A student-built 850 sq. foot home is now on the market.
Students representing two FUSD high schools are helping Fremont businesses conserve energy and save money.
Fremont Police Department gets Holiday Season off to a great start for 20 FUSD students.
District in process of purchasing former Rix Elementary School.
California State Superintnendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson writes letter re-affirming state's position against discrimination and bullying in schools.
Kennedy Fottball Coach Dave Damewood honored by the Oakland Raiders.
FUSD high school students spend day working with next generation of leaders.
Named Finalists in White House Student Film Festival.
Four students from FUSD among 498 named national semifinalists in 2016 Siemens Competition.
Washington HS junior headed to New York in December to deliver TED Talk.
FUSD High School students were again well represented among National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
Lots of ground being broken around FUSD thanks to Measure E funding!
Looking to eliminate paper clutter, FUSD partners with Peachjar for electronic flyer distribution.
FUSD proud to learn one of its teachers nominated for 2016 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Ribbon cut on new classroom buildings at Irvington High School & warm Springs Elem.
FUSD High Schools added to long run of outpacing the state average in ACT scores.
For educators and students alike, the start of a new school year is filled with great excitement and anticipation—and perhaps a few butterflies—especially for those entering kindergarten, junior high and high school.
School districts on track to generate more funds for school construction.
FUSD welcomes four new principals for 2016-17 school year. Meet Mattos Elementary's Susan Guerrero.
FUSD welcomes four new principals for 2016-17 school year. Meet Cabrillo Elementary's David Thornley.
Students from FUSD showed great improvement in the second year of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
FUSD welcomes four new principals for the 2016-17 school year. Meet Mission Valley's Denise Mapelli.
FUSD welcomes four new principals for the 2016-17 school year. We'll meet them all this week starting with Corey Brown.
Two FUSD Administrators earn California Administrator Awards.
Administrative Appointments and Re-Assignments for the 2016-17 school year.