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Rachel Zlotziver

Thank you to the FUHSD community for their support and passage of Measure CC. We are so grateful to the many members of our community who volunteered their time for this effort.
 
The funds from Measure CC will provide us with a secure and stable source of revenue that will allow us to tackle many of our school facility modernization needs. Our five campuses are each 50 years old, and Fremont High School is fast approaching the 100 year mark. We have approximately 400 classrooms that are in desperate need of modernization. Work planned for Measure CC funds will include replacement of heating and cooling systems, new roofing and floors, LED lighting, new technology and furniture. We are going to continue our practice of using bond funds to make our buildings more energy efficient in order to save on general fund operating expenses.
 
For more information and a list of possible projects for each of our five campuses, visit the Measure CC webpage
 
Over the course of the next several months, we will be solidifying our project list for the Measure CC funds and working with our principals to gather input from staff, students and families on our proposed projects. We look forward to working with all stakeholder groups to ensure the best use of the bond funds for our students.
 
Thank you again for your support of our students, staff and schools.
 

Rachel Zlotziver

Over the last several years, one of our regular practices has been to respond to questions we receive from multiple community members and/or groups with written Q&A documents. These written responses have helped to address questions, comments and even rumors that continue to percolate out in our community by providing factual information about the District and its operations. While we have found these Q&A documents to be somewhat successful, we have decided to try out a new strategy that will allow us to share this information more widely and through different channels.

In the series of videos posted on our new Frequently Asked Questions webpage, Superintendent Bove responds directly to fourteen questions that the District has heard repeatedly from many members of our community. Some of these questions have surfaced in the last few months, while others are ones we have heard on and off for several years. We hope that by sharing this information directly with our many stakeholders, including parents, staff, students and community members, we can build upon and continue to improve our communication efforts. The questions and answers are also available in written form.

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