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801-452-4000  |  1900 North 4700 West, Plain City, Utah 84404

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Learn more about FAMILY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLANS from Fremont CERT. SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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All students at Fremont High will be issued a Chromebook for schoolwork. Learn more on the WSD website. Contact the main office for Chromebook support.

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Coronavirus Video

Take a moment and watch this video. It contains guidance from our head nurse, Claudia Streuper, who is in continued communication with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the local health department.  Please note these important prevention tips:

  1. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  2. Stay home if you are sick.
  3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  4. Cover your mouth when you cough with your elbow--not hand--or with a tissue (then throw the tissue in the trash).
  5. MOST IMPORTANT--Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom, before eating and after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose.

Weber Schoold District custodians are working hard to clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.  We will continue to provide up-to-date, accurate information as we receive it.

 

News from the school

CERT - Emergency Preparedness2020-02-17 21:14:28

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Disaster often strikes quickly and without warning, local officers and responders will be overwhelmed due to the chaos. Having knowledge of what to do and having an emergency plan in...

Concurrent Enrollment Registration - Spring 20202020-01-03 15:44:10

Enrollment for Weber State Concurrent Enrollment is now open for the Spring 2020 semester.  The deadline to register for Spring courses is Friday February 7, 2020. Instructions and deadlines can be found at ...

Weber State Advisor at Fremont2020-01-03 15:26:33

Weber State will be at Fremont monthly on select days from 9am - 1pm for individual student academic advising.    These appointments help students see how many credits they have or help map out which concurrent...

FFA Concert 2019 - Brenn Hill & Andy Nelson2019-11-06 15:20:38

Fremont FFA Alumni Presents: Brenn Hill & Andy Nelson at Fremont High School December 7, 2019 at 6:00pm. $15 tickets available at Fremont High School & Diamond K Buy tickets online...

Yearbook Ads2019-10-28 14:05:54

Celebrate Your Senior! Parents, you now have the opportunity to celebrate your senior student in the yearbook this year. Take a moment and visit the Josten's website (linked below) to create a Yearbook...

Howl Chronicles 20192019-10-21 10:57:32

The Howl Chronicles, Fremont's own literary magazine, is looking for some howling good entries in the forms of:  Short Story - up to 1200 words, nonfiction or fiction Petry Music Comics Deadline for Literature and...

Rules and Information

  1. All Fremont students are entitled to use the Media Center to check
    out books; they must have picture I.D. unless coming to the library
    with a class, in which case the teacher may vouch for the student.
  2. The Media Center is to be used for research, study, checking-
    in/out, printing, and quiet conversation. Students who misuse their
    privilege or Media Center services, may lose their right to use the
    Media Center entirely.
  3. The Media Center is open from 7:15-3:00 p.m. daily except when
    special activities have been pre-arranged.
  4. No food or drink is allowed. Water is okay, but must be stored
    in backpacks or on the floor.
  5. Books should be returned on or before the due date, otherwise
    students will be charged an overdue fine of 10¢ per school day for
    every day the book is late.
  6. Books must to be checked out properly at the circulation desk.
    Books not checked out that leave the Media Center are
    considered stolen and those individuals responsible will be
    prosecuted accordingly.
  7. Remember: when you check out a book, you are responsible for it.
    Any book that is damaged beyond reasonable wear will be
    assessed a damaged fee. All lost books shall also be charged to
    the borrower’s account with a reprocessing fee.
  8. Please—take a moment before leaving the Media Center to check
    your books for damage. Bring anything of concern to the attention
    of the staff.

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AB 2019 20 FHS Calendar

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