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College Connection Program - Ohlone

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Ohlone Connections Instructor: Chris Snyder

email: csnyder@fremontk12.ca.us
phone: 510-659-6287

Ohlone Connections Counselor: Ivy Lee

email: dlee@fremontk.12.ca.us
phone: (510) 657-3600, Ext. 37248

 

Students will take the following 6 high school courses to complete their graduation requirements:
Expository Reading & Writing (ERWC)
U.S. Government
Economics
You & The Law
Literature, Justice & Society
Humanities 12 

To learn more about the Ohlone Connections Program, please contact Mrs. Todoroff directly or view this presentation (pdf).

Ohlone Connections Program, a partnership between the Fremont Unified School District and Ohlone College.

Staff and administration will attempt to:

Ohlone Connections Program Students are expected to:

Students should understand that violation of the rules and standards of conduct may result in their being dismissed from the program.

Parents/Guardians are expected to:

  • Provide a safe and welcoming environment for learning and personal growth
  • Provide curriculum and activities that will prepare students for high school graduation, college, and personal success
  • Expect quality work and behavior from students
  • Encourage students to take advantage of the service and to participate in the activities at Ohlone College
  • Treat students and their parents with respect
  • Take their studies seriously and do their best academically, maintaining a minimum 2.0 G.P.A.
  • Attend all classes following FUSDs and Ohlone Colleges attendance policies
  • Respect all students, teachers, and staff and the property of others
  • Obey all the school rules and regulations of FUSD and Ohlone College
  • Develop habits that will help them succeed in high school and college
  • Ask for personal and academic help in areas that give them difficulty
  • Accept responsibility for their actions
  • Not bring or use weapons, drugs, alcohol or other dangerous or harmful items or substances to the Ohlone campus. Students will not abuse any substance while enrolled in the program
  • Provide a safe and supportive home environment. Check in with their students to review their progress
  • Have high expectations for their students attendance and academic progress
  • Read all information from school and respond quickly when necessary