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Dana Kuhlmann

If you were selected to be a Host for 8th Grade Shadow Day remember you must attend a MANDATORY Training on Wednesday, March 20  during FLEX in the College & Career Center.

 

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Interested in joining the ASB class next year? Even if you are not apart of the ASB Cabinet, you can still join the ASB Class. This class helps plan school events, such as rallies, dances, lunchtime games and activities, charity drives, teacher and staff recognition projects, and more.  Click here to view more information on the ASB Class. Applications are due by March 27th, 2019.  

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Belated congratulations to the Boys and Girls Fremont wrestling teams for a great season-ending championship performance during winter break. Led by individual league champions Cohle Feliciano, T.J. Takafua, Joe Kashitani the team had eight wrestlers qualify for the CCS wrestling championships and took second place in the SCVAL tournament. At CCS, Cohle and James Ost took second place, while Joe Kashitani placed fifth. Cohle and James’ second place finishes qualified them for the CIF state championships. Cohle made it to the semi-finals and ended up placing fifth in the state. This qualified him for the senior national championships later this month.

The girls team was not outdone as they too had the best season in the history of the girls' team . Nicole and Melissa Lee were the first sisters to both become CCS champions, while Annie Hua placed second and Annabel Garcia placed third. The girl’s team placed fourth as a team in CCS. These individual top four finishes qualified all four girls for the CIF state championships where Melissa made it to the semi-finals and placed fifth!

Cohle and Melissa’s state placing performances are especially impressive as they both placed fifth in a one division tourney that starts with athletes from approximately 1000 schools. 

Congratulations to all our wrestlers for an amazing season.  

 

 

ASB Blood Drive 3/26
Dana Kuhlmann

On Tuesday, March 26th, Fremont will be hosting our annual Blood Drive for the Stanford Blood Center. This is a crucial part of helping people in our community that desperately need blood in the case of emergencies or other transfusion needs. Local blood centers can never have enough supply, and Fremont has long been one of the best providers in the area. You’ll be doing good, AND you’ll get a free T-shirt for donating as well!

For age requirements, height to weight ratios, and further information visit: https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/student-activities/asb.

To sign up to donate please click here!

On behalf of the Stanford Blood Center and thousands of grateful recipients, thank you for taking a few minutes out of your day to do something great for your community.

Spirit Wear
Dana Kuhlmann

The cool weather is still here & we have the right gear to keep you warm with

stylish Spiritwear ranging from knit hats to flannel shirtsfleece blankets,

quilted vests and jacketsbaseball caps, and so much more!

We can have your order ready to pick up in 2 days or less!

For those parents attending gym or outdoor spring sports, our folding stadium chairs and fleece jackets are a great investment!  Enjoy some back support and a cushioned seat, while staying warm in the bleachers.

We also offer ladies fit items, and have our students' favorite Hoodies & Sweatpants!

Order now at  https://www.fhsathleticboosters.org/store

Pick up at the school office or request **Off-Campus pick up** by emailing spiritwear@fhsathleticboosters.org  (Note: Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30-4pm)

4th Annual Student Poetry Contest
Dana Kuhlmann

FOURTH ANNUAL STUDENT POETRY CONTEST

Theme: “Be the Inspiration”

Students from Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook, and Monta Vista High Schools (grades 9- 12)

as well as Middle Schools Cupertino, Hyde, Kennedy, Lawson, McAuliffe and Miller (grades 6 – 8) are

invited to submit poems for the fourth annual poetry contest hosted by the Rotary Club of Cupertino.

Cash prizes are $100-$75-$50

to the top three awardees for each category: middle school and high school

TOPIC:

Students may submit poems that address the Rotary International theme “Be the Inspiration”. Inspire

change in the world and in each other. Shows what is possible, inspire others to reach for it, and give

them a path to act.

The focus could be very broad or as narrow as you would like. The strongest poems will address the

poet's experiences and attitudes in detail and evocative language, using all the senses. Write the poem

that comes from your truest heart and your unique identity. Write the poem that no other person could

write!

Reading time should be under 2 minutes.

Poets Laureates Dave Denny, Ann Muto and Kaecey McCormick are the judges.

TIMELINE:

April 22, 2019 - Submission Deadline. Email submissions to the Student Poetry Contest Chair, Jeff Moe jeffmoe111@gmail.com

Format: Word/PDF must include name, age, grade, school, email and phone

May 20, 2019 Judges declare 3 winning poems from high school students and 3 from middle school students

May 24, 2019 - Student poets will be contacted.

June 12, 2019 - Awards Ceremony Quinlan Center, Cupertino 12:00 – 1:30 pm

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Each year Fremont High PTSA honors individuals from our Community and Staff who make outstanding contribution towards our children, school, and community by giving PTSA Honorary Service Awards. Some people make very visible contributions while others work quietly behind the scenes. Outstanding contributions are made in the classrooms, office, library, PTSA, School Site Council, the list goes on. Current members, officers and teachers may be considered for these awards. You are encouraged to nominate individuals for service award from the FHS PTSA. If you would like to nominate more than one person, please make sure to fill one form for each nomination. Please fill out this Google form by Friday, March 29. For questions, please email fremontptsa@gmail.com.

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Join us for speaker session entitled Communicating with Teens - How, What and When? sponsored by PTSA on Thursday, March 28 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Shannon Theater.

As a high school parent, it is very common to have a challenging time communicating with our teens. Before the kids turn 18 and leave the nest, it is very important to establish a strong relationship. Come spend an evening learning some new tricks and tips for dealing with your kids.

About the speaker: Mrs. Mary Eschen is a local parenting educator as well as a Life and Parenting Coach. Her entertaining style and energy will put you back in the drivers seat with some new ideas on how to parent. Parents at our district high schools have thoroughly enjoyed her session.

Due to limited space, this is a registered event. Please register through Eventbrite.

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It is not too late to become a PTSA member. Members get priority registration for such events as they are informed first via email. If you are not yet a member, It just costs $10 to become a member.

You can also support online. For questions, email fremontptsa@gmail.com.
 

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The FUHS Foundation invites you to attend its first annual Spring Fling event on Friday, March 29 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. in the De Anza College Campus Center (this event will take the place of the Annual Crab Feed). Shoulder pads, big hair and 80's outfits encouraged! Tickets are $50 before March 22, and then go up to $55. 

Purchase tickets online on the FUHS Foundation website. Come enjoy food, a live auction, student performances and dancing in order to raise funds for all students. Guests will also experience displays of student work and school programs. The Foundation's 35th Anniversary will be celebrated, as will several long-standing supporters of the Foundation: Harry Bettencourt, Laurie Dean, Joe Hamilton, Nancy Harper, Kathie Kraker, Richard Lowenthal and Chuck Thompson.

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Caridades Catolicas organizará una presentación Conozca sus derechos como inmigrante que será en Homestead High School en la cafetería el lunes 4/29 de las 6:30 p.m. a 7:30 p.m. La presentación será ofrecida en español solamente. Todas las familias del districto FUHSD están invitados a asistir. Para obtener información adicional, por favor clic aquí

Catholic Charities will be hosting a Know Your Rights As An Immigrant/Conozca Sus Derechos Como Inmigrante presentation at Homestead High in the Cafeteria on Monday 4/29 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The presentation will be offered in Spanish only. All FUHSD Spanish speaking families are invited to attend. For additional information, please click here