Monday, January 13
Girls Soccer @ Cupertino, 4/6pm
Tuesday, January 14
Wrestling v Los Gatos, 5:30
Wednesday, January 15
Girls JV Basketball v TKA, 6pm
Girls JV Soccer v Summit Prep, 4pm
Thursday, January 16
Wrestling @ Cupertino, 5:30
Friday, January 17
Wrestling @ MidCals, all day
Girls Basketball v Gunn 4:30/6:15pm
Boys Basketball v Gunn 3:00/7:45pm
Boys Soccer @ Gunn 3:30/5:30pm
Girls Soccer v Gunn 4/6pm
Saturday, January 18
Girls Wrestling @ Ladies Coast Classic, all day
Wrestling @ MidCals, all day
Classes will not be held on Monday, January 20 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr Day. School will resume on Tuesday, January 21 with the standard Tuesday schedule.
Spirit Week is upon us!
1/20 Monday- No Classes will be held in honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day
1/21 Tuesday- Pattern Day
1/22 Wednesday- 70's and 80's Day
1/23 Thursday- Tacky Tourist Day
1/24 Friday- Fremont Worldwide Day Wear colors or articles of clothing to represent your culture or conry on Friday.
Friday we will have a Rally to celebrate the end of Spirit Week.
AACI, Asian Americans for Community Involvement, a Bay Area non-profit is holding their annual art, essay and video contest, Growing Up Asian in America (GUAA), for K-12 Bay Area students.
This year’s theme is: Why I Count! And in celebration of the contest’s 25th anniversary, we will be giving out 25 cash awards to students:
- One (1) $1,000 Grand Prize winner
- Ten (10) $500 Best in Class winners
- Fourteen (14) $250 Honorable Mention winners
The Fremont Union High School Foundation is dedicated to expanding opportunities for our students to explore, discover, and learn. The attached flyer reflects the support that our school received from the foundation funds in 2018-19 school year.
The Fremont Union High School Foundation has recently launched Parent Resource Network (PRN). The mission of Parent Resource Network is to increase parent engagement and provide information and resources to enable parents to guide their students to success in school and in life. Please visit https://fuhsfoundation.org/parent-resource-network/
The PRN will be hosting its first event for our parent community - A screening of award winning original documentary Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety followed by a panel discussion with Trudy Gross, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent, Student and Special Services, FUHSD, Dawn Bridges, LMFT, Student Advocate, FUHSD, Kelly Troiano, MD, Pediatrician, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, El Camino Health. The panel will also answer your questions.
This event is free. Please reserve your tickets today
Date: Wed, January 29, 2020
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PST
Location: Monta Vista High School Theater, 21840 McClellan Road, Cupertino
Questions: Please contact Rita Allen/Benaifer Dastoor, Co-chairs Parent Resource Network at email@example.com
Registration open for Road Map to College (Maximizing Summer) by Syrous Parsay
Thursday, January 23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm, Shannon Theater
Join us for session #2 of the series - Road map to college, a PTSA sponsored event. Session #1 in November was attended by 300+ parents and students and we got a very positive feedback. Focus of this upcoming session will be on steps that can be taken this summer to better prepare for college, including:
- How to develop a summer plan
- Internships / jobs / Volunteer work
- Sample Internship Resource list
- Academics (summer school, SAT, ACT, etc.)
- College application prep work / Essays
Due to limited seating, this is a registered event. Click on the link below to register.
The Choir is Fundraising with Goodwill on January 25th from 8:30-3pm. For more information please see the attached flyer.
The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department’s STD/HIV Prevention & Control Program and the Project More Foundation are happy to announce the official launch of the 2020 Viral Video Contest this month. According to the CDC, 1 in 2 sexually active youth will get an STD by age 25 and most will not know it. This is an exciting opportunity for Santa Clara County high school students to address this staggering statistic by creating a short video (30-90 seconds) that addresses stigma around STDs and testing, encourages safe sexual practices, and promotes healthy relationships. Winning students will be awarded up to $1,500 for themselves and $500 for their high school. Submission deadline is March 1, 2020.
Please share this great opportunity with high school students taking classes in sexual health education, video production, animation, and theater. For more information and to see winning videos from previous years, go to GoViralSCC.org.
For the Contest Rules, Consent Form, and Flyer, please click here.
PixelHacks IV was founded in 2016 as the Silicon Valley's first student-run, all-female high school hackathon. PixelHacks IV will be hosted on January 25-26, 2020 at Qualcomm (Santa Clara). Their goal is to help bridge the gender gap in tech and encourage high school girls to solve problems they face in their community using technology. In the last 2 years, they have empowered over 300 young women in various facets of tech across the Bay Area. No Fremont Staff will be present at this event to supervise.
This is a great opportunity for any female student who is interested in computer science, engineering, or entrepreneurship. Link to signup: https://tinyurl.com/registerpixelhacks For more information, please check out our website at www.pixelhacks.com or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information click here.
**This is not a Fremont High School Sponsored Event. No Fremont Staff or Representatives are associated with this event**
Attention parents of current 10th Grade & 8th Grade (Incoming 9th) students!
FHS 2020 Residency Verification will take place Saturday, January 25th from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Fremont High School Library.
FHS Representatives will be visiting middle schools on the following evenings:
Cupertino Middle School: 1/8/2020, 6:00pm
Columbia Middle School: 1/14/2020, 6:30pm
Lawson Middle School: 1/16/2020, 6:00pm
Please bring ORIGINAL documents required to establish residency. See the list of documents on the letter mailed from the FUHSD office in December or go to the district website for complete instructions:
***To expedite your visit please bring the ORIGINAL and one copy of each document.
The Tech Challenge is ready to launch, but you are needed! If you are great at communication, problem solving, and able to collaborate in a group, join the Tech Challenge!
Thee Tech Challenge is in its 33rd year and wants Fremont High School Students todesigv, document and develop solutions to real world problems.
Information Clinics will take place on December 7, January 11, and February 1 and 8.