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Math info night


Thunder Run 2018


FUSD Common Sense Workshop


14th Annual Run 4 Education

The 14th Annual Run 4 Education benefiting FUSD schools is happening at Quarry Lakes Park on October 28, 2018 at 9 am.


REGISTER NOW and come join in the fun while raising money for our schools.


This event has something for everyone, and is designed so the whole family can participate and raise money for our schools.


For the KIDS there is a 1/4 mile run (4-6 year olds), or a 1/2 mile run (7-12 year olds).

For TEENS and ADULTS there is a timed 10K run, or a timed 5K walk/ run. Walkers and chatters are very welcome at this event!

For ALL FEF SUPPORTERS there is “Virtual Run” — no activity required, so you can stay in bed and still support the cause.


To REGISTER use the link at the bottom of this page.


All funds raised from this fun event go directly to the Fremont Education Foundation Guy Emanuele Sports Fund.


Elementary School Challenge YOUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL will receive $2 back from EACH registration when you designate your school on the registration page! ANYONE can register on behalf of your school, so get your uncles, aunts, grandparents, neighbors, etc. to register today! (Virtual runners count!)


REGISTRATION LINK 2018/18227/2018-fremont-run-4-education

Bell schedule 2018-2019


Alert: Due to increased security concerns, all student FUSD account passwords (for the FUSDK12 domain and Google) have been reset. Students will receive their new password for these accounts when they return to school on August 29.​​


Please Donate

Child Nutrition 2018-2019

Child Nutrition 2018-2019

The Tri City Health Mobile Clinic is on one of the FUSD campuses every day. They provide immunizations, enrollment health physicals, sports physicals and assistance with Covered California/Medi-Cal enrollment. See attached calendar

Nightmare on Puberty street


Nightmare on Puberty Street


Be a Thornton Volunteer AVID Tutor

Here at Thornton, AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a 7th and 8th grade elective that helps students achieve academic success and be college ready. We are looking for several parents to be volunteer tutors.


AVID students participate in tutorials on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and each tutorial group needs a tutor or facilitator to monitor the group’s progress and keep them focused. The job of the tutor is not to give the students the right answer, but to guide student members as they support the presenters. Tutors do not need to know the answer to the students’ questions to be effective.


Tutor training and ongoing support will be provided.


If interested, please contact Mrs. Harman-Murray at x 58036 or Ms. Odland at x 58038

District Info

FUSD is on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube!!
Stay up to date with all the news and happenings throughout the Fremont Unified School District. Visit and like FUSD's official Facebook page at Fremont Usd, follow the District on Twitter at @USDFremont, and subscribe for the latest videos on YouTube at Fremont Unified School District. Updated daily, FUSD's Social Media pages are the best resources for the latest information and photos from all 42 schools, District Departments - even news from around the Fremont community. 
From the District Office - Posting of Emergency Information
Reminder to families that information regarding Emergency situations around FUSD such as lockdowns will be posted on the District website at From the homepage under 'Quick Links,' or under the 'Resources & Contacts' tab, click 'Emergency Info.' Information will also be posted on the District Facebook page at Fremont Usd and Twitter page at @USDFremont. Individual schools will also contact families via their respective communication systems as soon as it is safe to do so.

Life Touch link for ordering online pictures

Meal Applications On-line
(english, español available - mandarin soon)

Families must re-apply every school year - Please submit only 1 application per household

SBAC Scores

Smarter Balanced (SBAC) Student Score Reports will be mailed home in July. More information is available on the Assessment and Accountability Department web page under CAASPP and the Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBAC)