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Great Students Powerful Teaching-Sept. 2015 Student Voice


Highlights From Around the District


Dear FUHSD parents and community,


Over the last year and a half, the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) has been working diligently to address the issue of student sleep and general wellness through the work of the Community Taskforce on Student Wellness, established in December 2015.


Central to the taskforce’s work during 2nd semester of this past school year has been the desire to address the lack of student sleep, its negative consequences on student wellbeing, and the possibility of a move to a later school start time to address these issues. After much collaboration between the taskforce, District administrators, teachers and classified staff, the Collective Bargaining Agreement with certificated staff includes a provision to align school schedules so that the instructional day will not begin earlier than 8 a.m. beginning in the 2018-2019 school year.


The decision was made to delay the implementation of a later start time to a year from now for several reasons, including the need for ample time to effectively communicate the change to all of the District’s families and provide them time to make necessary adjustments, to allow teachers and staff to plan for changes both professional and personal and ensure the thoughtful planning and arrangement of campus master schedules moving forward.


In reaching this decision, District staff and the members of the Wellness Taskforce studied the American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on School Start Times for Adolescents, data from the District’s own surveys of parents and students about student wellbeing, and information gathered from the experiences of surrounding districts.


Another consideration for FUHSD in this process has been CA Senate Bill 328, which proposes that middle and high schools in California start the school day no earlier than 8:30 a.m., and if passed, would go into effect in July 2020. The introduction of this bill occurred after the Taskforce on Student Wellness and the District had done much of its work on realigning our school schedules. At this time, SB 328 has been passed by the State Senate and now moves to the State Assembly for consideration. We will continue to monitor the progress of this bill and hope to know by the Fall whether or not it will pass and become state law. If enacted, the provisions in SB 328 will help guide our planning for schedules in the fall of 2018. 


We understand that any change or shift in school schedules will require a period of adjustment for our students, families and staff. We hope that providing this notice a year ahead of the change will help to mitigate some of the difficulties inherent in any schedule change. This is just the first of several communications from FUHSD on the schedule change and the broader work of addressing the wellness issues our students face. More detailed information will be shared by both the District and your school site as the year progresses. Should you have any questions, please contact Assistant Superintendent Trudy Gross at




Polly Bove



FUHSD is aware that you may have heard recent reports in the media about incidents involving serious racist and misogynistic speech on social media that occurred during this last school year at Monta Vista. While we are not at liberty to provide specific details about this incident due to pending litigation and the privacy rights of those students involved, we do want to emphasize that this conduct goes against everything that is at the core of our beliefs as a school and district. We do not tolerate hate, harassment or bullying, and anytime there is a threat to the safety of our students we take it seriously. Please read the attached letter from Superintendent Polly Bove for more information regarding these incidents. 


Over the course of the last four months, the Fremont Union High School District has honored 13 incredible certificated and classified employees as the FUHSD Employees of the Year for 2017. To read all about these amazing members of our staff, visit 


Congrats to all of our Employees of the Year!


Cupertino High School

Certificated Employee of the Year: Nikki Merrick

Classified Employee of the Year: Susan Fratus


Fremont High School

Certificated Employee of the Year: Rick Barlow

Classified Employee of the Year: Jennifer Hernandez


Homestead High School

Certificated Employee of the Year: Shawnee Rivera

Classified Employee of the Year: Eugenia San Cristobal


Lynbrook High School

Certificated Employee of the Year: Brad Fulk

Classified Employee of the Year: Jose Ramirez


Monta Vista High School

Certificated Employee of the Year: Jackie Corso

Classified Employee of the Year: Joe Roan


Adult and Community Education

Certificated Employee of the Year: Ray Farnsworth

Classified Employee of the Year: Sean Victorine


FUHSD District Office

Classified Employees of the Year: Lena Bryant


The Fremont Union High School District has adopted a set of beliefs to guide our path to excellence and equity.


Please view the statements here: Beliefs




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