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Friday, January 30, 2015


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Jan. 30

Regular Monday

 Flex A

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Feb. 4

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Feb. 6


 Flex A

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Click here to see January 2015 Monthly Newsletter.

Congratulations to the following ELD students who were honored this week for their academic success and growth during the school year:

Elvis Lapoyeu

Nelson Gonzalez

Eduardo Calderon

Yackelin Mejia

Jeremiah Navarro

Kenny Tenorio

Sude Shemsu

Ria Yu

Harjinder Singh

Amos Pugeda

Kate Balangatan

Cristina Bardales

Bryan Serrano

Rothem Machlev

Bezawit Yesuf

Aleczandra Columna

Janisha Gurung

Michelle Sun

Abdifatah Ahmed

Nissa Gonzalez

Dawd Shemsu

Hy Ngo

Ingrid Ayala

Francisco Rincon

Nestor Juarez

Sagiv Guelfand



Congratulations to the soccer varsity, girls team who defeated Monta Vista by a score of 2-0, with goals by Jessica Yu & Gianna Pezzella. (P. Hajjarian)



Tired of the clutter?  The Fremont Choir is accepting donations on behalf of Goodwill.  Bag up your clutter, clothing, books or whatever and bring it to the choir room or donation barrels around campus.  There will also be a trailer in the back parking lot from 9-3 on Saturday. (A. Gibson)


The fifth annual Career Day will be Friday, February 6th as a school-wide event. We are expecting over 65 guest speakers and look forward to having our students get the most our of these presentations. We will have special schedule. Please note that 4th block begins at 8:35, earlier than the usual Friday schedule. The library will be closed to students before school until lunch, as it will be used by the guest speakers. (L. Villagomez)


FBLA is hosting a guest speaker event with Ro Khanna on Wednesday, February 4, at lunch in the small auditorium.  Ro Khanna is a Stanford economics professor and a former member of the White House Business Council. He will be speaking about economic opportunities for high school students, his fellowship for civic participation this summer, and his experiences working with President Obama. Please come and bring your friends along as well!

Students: February bus passes are available for purchase at the student center with Ms. Moyoli.

Come see ‘RUMORS OF POLAR BEARS’ in the Shannon Theatre, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm. Part drama, part comedy, ‘RUMORS OF POLAR BEARS’ tells the story of a group of teenagers who live in a dystopian future that has run out of water, oil and government. 

This ragtag bunch finds their way north, looking for polar bears, hoping that there’s part of the world that hasn’t been destroyed yet. The Fremont High School Production is the west coast premiere of this play. The author will be in attendance, and we will hold a question and answer session after the show on Friday. All seats are $5, and will be available at the door. (B. Houck)


The Featherettes begin their competition season this coming Saturday, January 31st at Homestead High School!  The competition begins at 8am and the Featherettes compete throughout the day.  Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students with a student ID card.  Come support the Featherettes Dance Team!


Are you a 9th or 10th grader whose goal to go to college, but don’t know how to get there on your own? Looking for a class that will both support and challenge you in that quest? Come learn more about the AVID program on Tuesday, February 10, at lunch in Room 87. Bring your questions, and see if the program might be right for you. Final applications will be due on March 3. (J. Kakes)

There is an opportunity to decrease stress and increase calm during the school day. Student Advocates Cindy Gowen and Leila Lurie will be leading sessions on mindfulness with mindfulness in action (Talking Circles) during Flex Time on Wednesdays.  To sign up, select Mindfulness from the list of teachers when you make your appointment.
(C. Gowen)

Sugar, spice, and everything nice. These are the ingredients chosen by the baking club to create the perfect little pastries. If you like creating and eating delicious baked treats then the baking club is just the place for you. Meetings are every Thursday at lunch in the Foods room. There will be snickerdoodles and cinnamon sugar pretzels available at this weeks meeting. Hope to see you there!



August 18

First Day of School

September 1

Labor Day - no classes

November 10 & 11

Veterans Day - no classes

November 27 - 28

Thanksgiving Break no classes

December 19

Teacher Work Day - no classes

December 22 - January 2

Mid Year Break - no classes

January 5

School Resumes - 2nd Semester

January 19

Martin Luther King Day - no classes

February 16-20

President's Week - no classes

March 16

Teacher Work Day - no classes

April 16 - 20

Spring Break - no classes

May 25

Memorial Day - no classes

June 4

Last day of school year


Procedures for posting announcements to the daily bulletin:  For staff: To post a daily announcement, please email your information to Maria Gomez at maria_gomez@fuhsd.org before 11:00 am the day before the announcement will be posted. Please put Bulletin in the subject line of the email. For club announcements please contact your club advisor first. (M. Gomez)


Career Center

The Fremont Union High School District, in partnership with the City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation Department, is pleased to offer a spring session of the popular College Planning Workshop for high school juniors (class of 2016). These courses, offered at all 5 campuses and taught by experienced FUHSD counselors, will help students to identify goals and plans for college, organize the college search and manage the application process. Students will have several opportunities to work one-on-one with instructors to revise their plans.  For more information and to register for a class, please open the documents below.  The deadline for first round of registration is Tuesday, February 10, 2015.  For more information, please contact Josh Maisel, Coordinator of Academic Interventions, at (408)522-2297.



Attention Juniors! Are you ready to get started in developing a list of colleges you will apply to next fall?  Well, don't wait another minute because now is the time to sign up for the College Planning Workshops offered by FUHSD in partnership with the City of Cupertino! You should have received an email and a School Loop message with the registration materials, but if you have any questions or need an additional copy, please see your guidance counselor or look on the main page of the district website.   Make sure to register by Tuesday, February 10, at the Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino – these popular classes WILL SELL OUT! (L. Villagomez)

Are you wondering about all the different types of college tests that are out there? What is the SAT, ACT, or the SAT Subject Area tests?  Wonder when you are supposed to take them?  Do you start them now?  Come to our Guidance Flex Time workshop titled "College Testing" on Wednesday, January 28 in the Shannon Theater.  We will be talking about all the different test that are available, why you would take them, and when you should be taking them.  Sign up for the workshop by choosing "Guidance Presentation" in the flex time app.  This workshop is open to all current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders. (L. Freitas)



Summer School 2014

For information on summer programs: http://www.fuhsd.org/summerprograms

Sports and Events

This week FHS in sports


Sports Calendar: http://fremonths.schoolloop.com/athletics

Event Calendar: http://www.calendar

Athletic events for the week:



Friday, January 30. Boys and Girls Basketball travel to Homestead High School to take on the arch-rival Mustangs. F/S Boys start at 3:15 pm, JV Girls at 4:45 pm, V Boys at 6:15 pm, and V Girls at 7:45 pm. Let’s bring a great crowd to Homestead to support our teams!!!!

Friday, January 30 – Saturday, January 31. Wrestling at Overfelt High School. Friday is the 2nd Man Tournament, and Saturday is the Varsity main event!



Weekly Club Meetings

Clubs 2014-2015


Monday's club meetings:

Science Olympiad – Will be meeting on Mondays @ lunch in room 92 (M. Amarillas)


The Feminist Activist Movement Club - meets every Monday at lunch in room P-9.  Bring your lunch, questions, and willingness to dig into the most important issues we face today. (B. Irvine)


Octagon Club – Meets every Monday during lunch in room 81. (K. Chew)


BSU – Meets every 1st Monday of the month during lunch, room 74. (S. Durish)


Club FNL, (Friday Night Live) – meets every Monday, during lunch, in the big gym. (Sanchez)


Tuesday's club meetings:


Key ClubWill be meeting every Tuesday, at lunch in the small auditorium. (S. Chaitesipaseut)


GSA — meets every Tuesday during lunch in room 41. (D. Perez)


Math ClubWill be meeting on Tuesday during lunch in room P2. (R. Barlow)


MSA (Muslim Student Association) will be meeting on Tuesdays during lunch. (J. Kakes)


International Students Club  – Meets every Tuesday during lunch in room 93. (M. Wagner)


South Asian Club – Meets every Tuesday in room 40 during lunch. (S. Dass)


Lacrosse Club – Meets every Tuesday in P8 during lunch. (J. Uy)


Wednesday's club meetings: 


Apple Club - Will be meeting on Wednesdays at lunch in room 23. (B. Villa)


French Club & French Honors Society Club – Will be meeting alternating every other Wednesday in room 20. (J. Rich)


Underwater Basket Weaving ClubMeets every Wednesday during lunch in room 144. (L. Potter)


Interact Club – Will be meeting on Wednesdays during lunch in room 143. (K. Sharp)


Best Buddies – Meets every Wednesday in room 6 during lunch. (M. Render )


Programming Club Will be meeting every Wednesday at lunch in room 127. (D. Dobervich)


Latina/o Student Union Will be meeting on Wednesdays during lunch in room 142. (R. Agredano)


Peer Counseling –will be meeting on Wednesday mornings before school at 8:00 am in room 76. (C. Gowen)


Japanese Club – Meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 22. (E. Duus)

Thursday's club meetings:

NHS (National Honors Society) Meets the first Thursday of every month in the small auditorium. (J. Rosado)

The Baking Club - Sugar, spice, and everything nice. These are the ingredients chosen by the baking club to create the perfect little pastries. If you like creating and eating delicious baked treats then the baking club is just the place for you. Meetings are every Thursday at lunch in the foods room. There will be snickerdoodles and cinnamon sugar pretzels available at this weeks meeting. Hope to see you there! (C. Krippene)

B.A.S.I.C.(Brothers and Sisters in Christ, FHS Christian Club) Meets on Thursdays in the choir room during lunch. (J. Howard)


The Fair Trade Club – Meets every Thursday in Room 144 during lunch. (L. Potter)


Engineering ClubWill be meeting on Thursdays, during lunch in Room 153 (B. Capriles)


License 2 Speak Will be meeting on Thursdays in room 7 during lunch. (B. Houck, R. Zamora)


Soccer Club – Meets in the small gym every Thursday during lunch to play indoor soccer.  All students are welcome. (D. Bigelman)


Gamers Club – Meets in room 23 on Thursdays during Lunch (Mr. Musser)


Filipino Youth Organization (F.Y.O.)Will be meeting on Thursdays at Lunch. (B. Buhisan)


Volleyball Club – TBD during lunch  (J. Kakes)


APE Club – (Acting to Protect the Environment) Will be meeting during lunch on Thursdays in room 43. (A. Zamkinos)


Friday’s club meetings:


CSF - (California Scholarship Federation) will be meeting on Friday during lunch (Board members only) (P. Mayuram)


Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) – Meets in P8 every Friday during lunch. (J. Uy)


Page Turner Book Club – Meets every other Friday during lunch in room 85 (M. Birdsong)


The History Club – Meets every Friday during lunch in room 144. (L. Potter)


Chinese Club – Will be meeting the last Friday of each month during lunch. (J. Ying)


Be The Change – Will be meeting on Fridays TBD (announcements will be arranged as dates are set) during lunch. (J. Kakes, M. Siprasoeuth)


Acappella Singing Club Will be meeting on Friday’s during lunch in the choir room. (J. Howard)


DIY Club – Meets on Fridays at lunch in room 161.  (C. Zweig)


Korean Club – Will be meeting every Friday during lunch. (J. Kim)


Anime Club - Will be meeting on Wednesdays during lunch in room 142. (L. Sigmon)


Glee ClubMeets every Friday at lunch in the choir room. (J. Howard)



Other meetings: Different schedule during the year: 


Robotics Club - Will be meeting after-school, schedule and times TBD. (D. Dobervich)


Now that the pool construction is done we will be parking only on staff parking spots, effective immediately. Please make sure you have your parking pass displayed at all times. (N. Ochoa)

Recycling collection will be on Wednesdays.  Rooms 1 and 6 students will collect recycling this coming Wednesday during 4th block, beginning at 9:30.  Recycle bins will need to be placed outside classrooms by 9:30, and I will send a reminder Wednesday morning. 

For those of you new to Fremont this year, students from ACT classes have been collecting recycling for several years.  We collect both paper and bottles/cans.  Bottles/cans (drinks only; no dairy) are taken to the recycle plant by Carlos and friends.  Proceeds go to FHS flower/tulip fund. 25% is retained for student/classroom needs.  Every classroom should have separate bins for paper and bottles/cans.  If not, please let us know. (B. Cooter)