Dear Parents,

Welcome Fremont families. It is my pleasure to see you all back for another great year at Fremont Elementary School. 

We are honored to partner with you to ensure our students reach their highest academic potential. Our teachers utilize researched-based best practices and analyze academic data to determine current skills to set goals for growth and improvement. The elementary school years set the foundation in education and Fowler Unified School District continues the tradition of collaborative work through discovery, the building of rigor through the integration of technology, and a focus on collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking to promote college and career-readiness. 

There are many opportunities for parents to take an active role in our school. Please consider volunteering as our students greatly benefit from your involvement. We invite you to be involved in your child’s learning experience by being a classroom volunteer, member of the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), School Site Council (SSC), or English Learner Advisory Council (ELAC).  Volunteers and chaperones must be cleared in the front office using RAPTOR.

Please take time to review your child’s work every day and discuss highlights of their school day. When a child knows you care about his or her education, he or she will care too. We ask you to make it a priority to check homework daily as well as helping to support your child and providing a place for your child to complete his or her homework.  Attendance is equally important as well as following school rules, checking the student planner, and attending parent/teacher conferences.

Monthly school newsletters are sent home to inform you of school events.  Please visit our school website at http://www.fowlerusd.org to stay up-to-date with the most current information. Our school marque will also be updated weekly and we ask you to check it for information. Follow us on Twitter at Fremont Eagles@FremontFowler for day to day updates.

We are privileged to be a part of the Fremont family and we thank you for your support as we begin the 2017-2018 school year, where great things are happening! Go Eagles! 

Monica R. Sigala                       

Fremont Principal


Fremont News

  • School Safety Update

    February 21, 2018

    Dear Fremont Families,

    We would like to reassure you that your child’s well-being and safety is our top priority.  Fowler Unified facilities have had numerous student safety enhancements in the past five years.  In light of recent events in Florida and other school safety concerns, we have provided an overview of safety procedures that are in place at Fremont School.  

    • Staff and students practice “Lock Down” procedures throughout the year

    • All classrooms can be locked from the inside by the teacher

    • School campus is fenced to increase security

    • Security cameras are placed throughout campus

    • All visitors are required to check in through the main office

    • Visitors are required to provide a photo ID which is screened through the Raptor security system before being allowed on campus

    • All 911 calls from our school are directly routed to the Fowler PD/Fresno County Sheriff departments

    • In the event of an emergency, we will communicate to families by voicemail, text, or Dojo as early as reasonably possible

    • Adult supervision is in place before school, during school hours, and at dismissal

    We are continuously reviewing school facilities and safety procedures in order to update and improve school safety for our students.  There are emergency protocols in place with local law enforcement (Fowler Police Department, Fresno County Sheriff, California Highway Patrol) and Fowler Unified School District administration.  In the event of an actual emergency there are procedures in place to communicate with families and provide information as a situation may unfold.  We urge you to please make sure the school office has your most updated emergency contact information on file.

    We continue to keep the community of Parkland, Florida in our hearts.  Thank you for your continued cooperation.


    Monica Sigala Eric Cederquist

    Principal Superintendent
    Posted Feb 22, 2018, 5:01 PM by Susan Stewart
  • Solar Eclipse Information

    Dear Parent/Guardian,

    On Monday, August 21, 2017 all of North America will experience an eclipse of the sun. This is the first time since 1918 a solar eclipse will be visible across the entire continental United States. The Central Valley will not experience a total eclipse of the sun. Scientists estimate the moon will cover approximately 70 percent of the sun at the peak of the eclipse.  The eclipse will occur in Fowler/Malaga (Fresno County) around 9:03 a.m. and end at 11:42 a.m. The majority of the sun will be covered at 10:19 a.m.

    Safety during the eclipse is our top priority. Looking directly at the sun during an eclipse is unsafe.  Elementary students, in grades TK-5, will have the opportunity to view the eclipse from the safety of their classrooms through the internet via Live Streaming. Middle school students will participate in a planned eclipse event during the morning break schedule using special glasses designed specifically for a solar eclipse. High school science classes will participate in solar eclipse viewing activities using a handheld solar viewer.  

    Because of these safety concerns, other safety measures will be in place to protect students and staff:
    PE Classes scheduled during the eclipse will be held indoors. 
    Elementary students will have indoor recess. 
    Middle school and high school students will have the opportunity to participate in eclipse viewing activities during science class or through supervised observation times. 
    Restroom breaks will be monitored by school staff. 
    Students will be advised not to look directly at the sun during passing times between classes and/or morning breaks. 
    A solar eclipse is a phenomenal event and presents enormous learning opportunities for students of all ages. Taking these precautionary measures will ensure students have a safe and enjoyable learning experience.


    Eric Cederquist, Superintendent

    Posted Aug 18, 2017, 4:04 PM by Susan Stewart
  • First Day of School
    Fremont Families the first day of school is August, 15th! School starts at 8:15am. Please be on time and ready to learn. We cannot wait to see your smiling faces. All teachers will be in their classrooms at 7:55am to greet you. 

    Posted Aug 2, 2017, 3:59 PM by Monica Sigala
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