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    08/14/20 Superintendent's Message | Mensaje del Superintendente | 總監的話

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    Dear Fremont Unified School District Community,

    As you may be aware, our Board of Education recently approved an MOU between FUSD and FUDTA outlining the framework of expectations for distance learning. I know there are many emotions people are experiencing as we move closer to the first day of instruction for the 2020-2021 school year. Attached to this communication is a general overview of FUSD’s Distance Learning program (English | español | 中文) and I am hopeful this will help provide you with helpful information and context as we move closer to our first day of instruction. In the immediate future, you’ll also receive further communication from your specific school site(s) with more detailed and individualized information, including finalized bell schedules for your school site(s).

    I’d like to acknowledge and appreciate all the parent communication I received in recent days regarding advocacy for a robust and rigorous distance learning program for all FUSD students. While I have not been able to respond to each email, please know they are being received and reviewed.

    It is important to note that while differing perspectives exist of what specific conditions must be met for a successful distance learning program, we do share common ground in wanting a high-quality education program for all students. All FUSD staff members want to see a distance learning program that provides rigorous instruction, relevant learning activities, and structures to support both the academic and social-emotional development of our students.

    Does that mean it will look like the “traditional” in-person school day? No it will not, nor should it, for many reasons. As you can understand, during a normal school day students receive lots of in-person, all-class direct instruction, yet they also spend lots of time engaged in learning activities that are not based on live direct instruction, such as independent work, group work, small group meetings with their teachers, etc. We cannot mirror that exact experience in a distance learning environment. However, we can build structures for live interaction and instruction, as well as opportunities for independent and guided learning activities that are not dependent on live instruction. These combined structures will ensure students are engaged throughout the day with both synchronous (live instruction) and asynchronous (not-live) learning.

    The 2020-2021 Distance Learning program will encompass a robust and supportive distance learning experience for all FUSD students. This learning experience will include access to social-emotional support for students, meals for students in need, access to academic support to address learning loss from last year, along with workshops for families to support navigating distance learning.

    As good practitioners should, we will reevaluate our distance learning programs and practices to see how effectively we are serving our students and supporting our staff. We will also analyze how our programs and practices are meeting our goals of providing high-quality instruction for all FUSD students.

    No one in FUSD has ever been a part of a comprehensive distance learning program to start the school year, during a global pandemic. Without question, this will be remarkably different from our initial crisis response last spring. This new Distance Learning program is truly a new experience for our students, our staff, our parents and guardians, and our community. As a community, I believe we need to focus on the word “unity”. Together, we can provide the learning experiences our students need and deserve, we can reflect on what is working and what needs to be improved, and we can continue to monitor conditions of COVID-19 to determine when we may return to a version of face to face instruction, at the safe and appropriate time.

    Each year, students, parents/guardians, and educators think about what is needed for back-to-school supplies. As we embark on the start of the 2020-2021 school year, some of the most essential school supplies will include ample amounts of empathy, patience, flexibility, and perseverance. I look forward to being a partner with each of you in this new journey, working together, as a community.

    CJ Cammack
    Fremont Unified School District


    Here are some important things to know about the District’s plan.

    Change to Portal Support - Please Read - Contacts Now by School

    Now that school office staff has returned from summer break, they will be the ones to assist you. Most are working from home, so email is still the best method of communication. For your convenience, we have created a list of the school contacts. Please email your student’s school staff directly.

    Thank you for your patience.


    Ahora que el personal de la oficina de la escuela ha regresado de las vacaciones de verano, serán ellos quienes le ayudarán. La mayoría trabaja desde casa, por lo que el correo electrónico sigue siendo el mejor método de comunicación. Para su conveniencia, hemos creado una lista de contactos escolares. Envíe un correo electrónico al personal de la escuela de su hijo directamente.

    Gracias por su paciencia.





    Portal Support Contacts by School
    School Contact Email
    American High Sri Yeung
    Jennifer France
    Ardenwood Carla Leon
    Azevada Frances Herup
    Blacow Lisa James
    Tara Chalfant
    Brier Laura Acero
    Brookvale Lena Anderson
    Cabrillo Kathy Sandoval
    Centerville Jr High Marlene Martin
    Chadbourne Trudy Wentworth
    Durham Ceina Thomas
    Forest Park Marlene Garrison
    Fremont Adult Monique Edwards
    Glankler Shanta Chawla
    Glenmoor Teri Askew
    Gomes Contiza Collantes
    Green Penny Martinez
    Grimmer Kathy Mitchell
    Hirsch LeAnne Kodama
    Hopkins Jr High Selena Yung
    Horner Middle  Yvonne Ng
    Kim Loya
    Irvington High Stacy Yin (student last names A – Ga)
    Regina Maharaj (student last names Gb – L)
    Deanna Silva (student last names M – Sg)
    Connie Cervantes (student last names Sh – Z)
    Kennedy High Rubi Lombrana (student last names A – E)
    Sabrina Moscon (student last names F – Li)
    Julie Mejia (student last names LL – RA)
    Joelle Damewood (student last names RE – Z)
    Leitch Kristela Gonzalez
    Maloney Kristina Miller
    Marisa Garcia
    Mattos Elizabeth Whalley
    Millard Angie Yee
    Mission San Jose Elementary Shanthika Sukumar
    Mission San Jose High  Catherine Keebaugh
    Maria Bustamante
    Mission Valley Kathy Kimberlin
    Kenya Gunnell
    Niles Michele Morhous
    Oliveira Anne Damron
    Parkmont Paulina Sanchez
    Patterson Delia Pulido
    Denise Van Loon
    Gwen Norstrom
    Robertson High Mary Barrs
    Sarah Wilson
    Thornton Jr Tana Steinert
    Andrea Wagoner
    Vallejo Mill Marilyn Harden
    Vista Alt Mary Barrs
    Sarah Wilson
    Walters Middle Tracy Clark
    Malise Bullock
    Warm Springs Kathy Forrest
    Warwick Jane Dymond
    Kelly Lopez
    Washington High Julie Johnson (student last names A – G)
    Irene Barroso (student last names H – O)
    Monika Fleischer (student last names P – Z)
    Weibel Dora Vasquez


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