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Didn't quite catch what was said on the Morning Announcements? Visit the Daily Bulletin/Announcements webpage to see what you might have missed!

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Dana Kuhlmann

Registration for AP Exams will take place between September 13-October 1. This registration window is mandated by the College Board© for all AP programs, and is not the decision of FUHSD or its schools. There will be no late registration. AP exams will take place from May 2-13, 2022. The exam fee is $115 for regular format exams and $125 for special format (World Language, Music Theory, Studio Art) exams. Please check with Ms. Moyoli, the ASB School Financial Technician, if you qualify for subsidized rates.  

For more information and how to register for the AP exams please click here, or visit our College and Career Planning page here.  

Dana Kuhlmann

Below is a message from our Food Services department.  If you need a replacement Student ID card they are available for $5 at the ASB window. 

Food Services Department 

For the safety of our students and staff, food services will be going completely contactless and contact-free starting October 1st. We will be replacing the keypads in the cafeteria with touchless scanners. Students will be required to bring student ID cards to the cafeteria to get free brunch or free lunch. Scanners will help scan the barcodes on the ID cards and we will be able to serve our students safely and contact free. 

Departamento de Servicios de Alimentos

 Para la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal, los servicios de comida serán completamente sin contacto y sin contacto a partir del 1 de octubre. Reemplazaremos los teclados en la cafetería con escáneres sin contacto. Se requerirá que los estudiantes traigan tarjetas de identificación de estudiantes a la cafetería para recibir un brunch o almuerzo gratis. Los escáneres ayudarán a escanear los códigos de barras en las tarjetas de identificación y podremos atender a nuestros estudiantes de manera segura y sin contacto.

FUHS Foundation
Dana Kuhlmann

Dear Firebird Parents,

Hard to believe that it's almost October and life is as close to normal as it has been in a while.

Our friends at the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation have organized an event called Youth Sports, Competition & Mental Health: Helping Young Athletes Succeed. Parents and students are welcome.

This event will be on Thursday, October 28th from 6:00 - 7:00 pm

The event is free, but registration is required. https://bit.ly/3kkcoLO

Please see the attached flyer.

Dana Kuhlmann

Concessions Volunteers Needed

Athletic Boosters needs your help to make Football Concessions successful!  Sign up to volunteer for our remaining three home games here: https://signup.com/go/GxFyYnz

September 30 (THURSDAY) (v. Lynbrook)

October 22 (v. Monta Vista – HOMECOMING)

November 5 (v. Saratoga)

Four different timeslots run from 3:15PM to 9:45PM and include Pre-game prep, JV Concessions, Varsity Concessions and Closing. 

BBQ is BACK for Homecoming!

We are especially in need of Adults to help with the Homecoming Varsity game on October 22, when we will be firing up the grills again to make our favorite burgers, dogs and tri-tip sandwiches.


Any questions?  Contact Joan McAuliffe, Boosters Volunteer Coordinator at Boosters Volunteers



Dana Kuhlmann

Monday September 20


Tuesday September 21

Girls Volleyball @ Milpitas, 530/645pm 

Boys Water Polo @ Monta Vista 445pm, varsity only

Girls Water Polo @ Monta Vista 545pm, varsity only

Girls Tennis v Gunn, 4pm

Cross Country @ Baylands Meet 330pm

Wednesday September 22

Field Hockey @ Santa Clara, 4pm

Thursday September 23

Girls Volleyball v Saratoga, 530/645pm

Girls Water Polo v  Lynbrook 3/4pm

Boys Water Polo v Lynbrook, 5/6pm

Girls Tennis v Wilcox, 4pm

Friday September 24

Football @ Los Altos 430/7pm

Field Hockey v Presentation, 4pm(excuse varsity @230pm)

Saturday September 25

Cross Country at Ram Invitational, Westmoor High, Daly City, All Day

Dana Kuhlmann

Join us on Wed, Sept 29, 6:30 - 8:30 pm in Cafeteria


The College application process can be overwhelming and intimidating for both parents and students. There are a myriad of decisions, conflicting information, and as a result the stress level tends to be high. Come join us for this informative lecture on "College Planning Road Map - Senior Class". This workshop will provide the attendees with an understanding of the application process for the Senior Class, and how to reduce the stress of getting through it all.

The session will focus on topics that are important to seniors, topics such as:

o Pandemic changes

o Profiling / selecting the right college

o Submission strategies

o Writing effective essays

o Selecting a major / career

o College interviews

o Insights on how to manage the stress of the process

o List of useful resources

Please come prepared to take notes. Photos or recording of the lecture is prohibited, and there will be no handouts.

Safety Protocol : Masks are mandatory

About the Speaker: Syrous Parsay is a retired inventor, entrepreneur, lecturer, life coach, and career counselor. He frequently lectures on topics of disruptive technologies, entrepreneurship, science and dimensions of wellness, financial planning, college planning, and more.

Mr. Parsay is also a mentor to a broad demographic of individuals from college students to corporate executives. Mr. Parsay's contact information: CRMLECTURES@GMAIL.COM

Note: Due to limited seating please click on the green REGISTER button to register for the event.

If you are unable to attend, please cancel your ticket so that someone on the waiting list can attend it.


Thank You.


Fremont PTSA.


Dana Kuhlmann

The Theme for 2021-2022  is "I Will Change the World By...."

Like last year, everything is going to be virtual/digital.  

There will be a digital entry form coming from State PTA soon.  It will be basically the same as the form for last year.  I will share the information as soon as it is notified.

An overview & resources for the program can be found here: https://capta.org/pta-leaders/programs/reflections/

Please note:  YOUR DEADLINE IS Oct 15th.

REFLECTIONS is a theme-based art competition. Winners move up to Council for further judging (similarly, winners advance to District, State, & National). The art must be created by the students as inspired by this theme! Please don't submit re-purposed past work; that violates the rules!

There are 6 art categories (it is OK if your school chooses not to include all in your program):
• Dance Choreography         • Film Production
• Literature                            • Musical Composition
• Photography                       • Visual Arts

 Please contact me at samu.surya@yahoo.com for any further enquiries

Dana Kuhlmann

Homecoming is right around the corner! ASB has planned an amazing homecoming on Friday, October 22 . To earn spirit points and show your class pride, don’t forget to order a class shirt.  Shirts are only available for a limited time, so order today before they are gone! 

Freshman Class of 2025https://bit.ly/HCmovies2025  

Sophomore Class of 2024https://bit.ly/HCmovies2024

Junior Class of 2023https://bit.ly/HCmovies2023

Senior Class of 2022https://bit.ly/HCmovies2022