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Superintendent's Message - April 2019
Posted 4/2/19

As we move into the final portion of the school year heading toward spring break, exams, and graduation, I wanted to catch you up on some of the great news you might have missed. 
We were proud to learn recently that four of our schools were named California Distinguished Schools for 2019. American, Kennedy and Mission San Jose High Schools, along with Hopkins Junior High, join a long list of Fremont Unified schools recognized by the state of California over the past decade for their respective performance and growth. FUSD as a whole was also chosen as a 2019 California Exemplary District – one of 18 from across the state.
On a team level, in February, the Irvington High School competitive cheer team brought home a National Championship from a competition in Anaheim; In early march, FUSD junior high schools finished 1-2-3 in the Bay Area Regional Science Olympiad, while dozens of DECA students representing Irvington, Mission San Jose and Washington High Schools earned trips to Orlando to compete at the international conference later this month. 
Individually, Mission Valley Elementary 5th-grader - Samvrith B. -  became the second Fremont Unified student in a row to win the Alameda County Spelling Bee; Centerville Junior High School's - Lucy G. - won 1st-place in 8th-Grade-Physical Science at the Golden Gate STEM Fair in Sausalito, and Hopkins Junior High’s - Ruhani C. - won the Elks Lodge Americanism State Essay Contest.
These are just a few of the great things happening in and out of our classrooms. To learn more, visit our new website at, or the district’s Facebook and Twitter pages. 

Enjoy the spring and thank you for your continued support of the Fremont Unified School District.