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Kash4Kids 2020

Kash 4 Kids is an event that brings together every student at our school. This is the 26th year of Kash 4 Kids. Many fundraising activities are available for students to participate in during the Holiday Season. Even with all these activities, hard work, or many hours of service, we still need the financial support from companies and people like you.

Kash 4 Kids pays for more than just Christmas for students and families. Kash 4 Kids pays for medical expenses, funeral costs, lunches, etc. for students and families in need in the community. This year has been especially hard for many students at Fremont.

Please use the buttons below to make a donation and purchase tickets for the raffle baskets.

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November 18, 2020

Hello Parents and Students,

Due to the current number of 16 positive COVID-19 case counts, and over 200 individuals in quarantine (including key faculty and staff members), we are closing Fremont High School for two weeks. Our capacity to conduct safe and effective in-person instruction is highly compromised. Tomorrow will be a day for teachers to prepare for online instruction. Actual online instruction will begin this Friday, November 20th. Students are scheduled to return to school in-person on Thursday, December 3rd. Students are asked to check their emails and Canvas beginning tomorrow for instructions and messages from teachers.

To review the specifics regarding what leads to a closure, click here for the Utah Department of Health manual (page 95). Not all parameters cited in the manual necessarily relate directly to each school closure decision. An effective and safe educational experience cannot be facilitated at this time due to the large proportion of students and staff who are at home. 

During the closure, the building will be disinfected and sanitized according to our Safe Weber Framework.https://wsd.net/covid-19/news/safe-weber

A couple of important items to know with regards to this soft closure:

  • This is not considered a quarantine for all students in the school. This is a preventative measure to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by reducing the number of people in the school. Any students who have been quarantined to this point by the Weber-Morgan Health Department are still considered quarantined until their release date. If your child is ever exposed at school to someone who has tested positive for COVID, we will contact you directly regarding the quarantine requirements.
  • During the soft closure, all students are expected to attend and participate online with their classes during the designated times. This should be done via Google Meet with the teachers. Check their Canvas sites for more information. We are going to follow the schedule below each day:

1st/5th period: 8:30am - 9:15am

2nd/6th period: 9:30am - 10:15am

3rd/7th period: 10:30am - 11:15am

4th/8th period: 11:30am - 12:15pm

  • This Friday, the 20th, is an A day. There will be no online classes held from November 25th -27th because of the Thanksgiving break.  
  • During this soft closure, do not consider this a "Work at your own pace" situation. Be diligent about engaging in your Google meets and completing the assignments. We want you all to continue the second quarter on the right academic path.
  • Communication is going to be key with your teachers. If there are questions or concerns, ask early, and get help. Teachers are available from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for individual online meetings as needed, by appointment.
  • Students who test positive for Covid-19 during the soft closure should still report this outcome to the school for tracking purposes. Accurate and timely reporting will help us make prudent and safe decisions going forward. We are still conducting contact tracing and expect to have additional students and staff placed on quarantine. We also anticipate that we will receive additional positive COVID cases.
  • The current Driver’s Ed November class will continue through Google classroom. Mr. Arnold will be sending out information. Range and Road tests will still continue as scheduled unless a student is quarantined and can’t participate at this time. Students are required to wear masks.
  • Those students attending Project Lead The Way Classes will participate with their classes through Canvas. PLTW buses will not be running. Students attending Two Rivers will still be provided transportation to/from Two Rivers at their normal pick-up/drop-off times and locations.
  • All UHSAA athletics and other extra-curricular activities have also been suspended for two weeks under the Governor’s mandate which was issued on November 8th. No tryouts, practices or games will be held until the mandate has been lifted. This order is in effect through November 23rd. We will provide more information on this order as it becomes available to us.
  • The Seminary building will also be closed as part of the soft closure. Seminary teachers will contact their students.
  • Parents can order breakfast and lunch for their students through the parent portal. These orders must be made each day by 9:30 AM. These breakfasts and lunches can then be picked up at the Weber Innovations campus at 1007 W. 12th St. between 10:00-10:30 on regular school days.
  • The building will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, November 19th, until 9:30am. Students who need to access their school supplies for online learning may access the building after 9:30am. Visits to get supplies should be a quick in and out. 
  • We will continue to work closely with officials from the Weber Morgan Health Department in monitoring this situation and we will provide updates as needed.

We would like to remind everyone to continue to be vigilant in following current health guidelines by wearing face coverings, practicing good hygiene and physically distancing from others to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We look forward to getting our students back to school. Please continue to do your part as we move through this soft closure.

https://wsd.net/covid-19/news/safe-weber

Regards,

Michele Parry
Principal
Fremont High School

Fremont High Silverpups

Silver Pups Child Care & Preschool Ages 2-6

The Silverpups at Fremont High has full-time and part-time childcare openings available now for the second quarter and would love to provide a quality daycare/preschool experience for your child

Our Early Childhood Education Center provides both daycare and preschool options.

 

Daycare Opportunities

Daycare is available from 7:00am to 4:30pm

Full time daycare is $375 a month (5 days a week)

Part time daycare (up to 16 hours a week) is $240 a month

Cildren must be potty trained and between the ages of 3-5

 

Preschool Opportunities

Preschool meets up to 4 days a week from 8:30 - 11:00am

Cost of Preschool is $100 a month for 4 days a week, $85 for 3 days a week and $65 for 2 days a week.

 

Contact for More Information

Kristina at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801-452-4039

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Fremont Football Ticket Sales

General Public

  • General Public go to: fremontathletics.com
  • Click on "Tickets" in the upper right hand corner
  • You will then need to create login information for Hometown Ticketing unless you have previously purchased tickets on this site before.
  • Click on "Buy Tickets" in the black rectangle box.
  • Scroll down and hit the checkout button in a black rectangle box.
  • Enter name, email, and phone number for each guest attending the game.
  • Enter your credit card info.
  • Bring a screenshot of the QR code or a printed copy of the QR code to the game.

 

Limited seating - North gate opens at 6:00pm.

Advance tickets - all tickets will be sold online.

Health Department - regulations are 50% capacity for our stadium.

Masks - masks must be worn while attending this event. Please social distance from those who are not in your family.

Small Children - 3 years and older must have a ticket to enter. Students not in High School must stay in bleachers with parents.

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Fremont Basketball Ticket Sales

General Public

  • General Public go to: fremontathletics.com
  • Click on "Tickets" in the upper right hand corner
  • You will then need to create login information for Hometown Ticketing unless you have previously purchased tickets on this site before.
  • Click on "Buy Tickets" in the black rectangle box.
  • Scroll down and hit the checkout button in a black rectangle box.
  • Enter name, email, and phone number for each guest attending the game.
  • Enter your credit card info.
  • Bring a screenshot of the QR code or a printed copy of the QR code to the game.

 

Limited seating

Advance tickets - All tickets will be sold online.

Health Department - Regulations limit capacity for our stadium.

Masks - Masks must be worn while attending this event. Please social distance from those who are not in your family.

Small Children - 3 years and older must have a ticket to enter. Students not in High School must stay in bleachers with parents.

I Matter Because... 2020-2021. Learn more and get involved! pta.org/reflections

Fremont Teachers & Students

We are excited to announce the 2020-21 PTA Reflections Art Contest.

This year's theme is "I Matter Because..."

Whether you are attending school in-person or online, this is a great opportunity to show your talent in

  • Dance Choreography
  • Film Production
  • Literature
  • Music Composition
  • Photography
  • Visual Arts (2D & 3D)
  • NEW this year - All entries will be submitted online.

Entries must be submitted by Oct 15, 2020

For Rules and Regulation or to Submit your entry, please visit www.utahpta.org/reflections

Questions, please call Trudy Peterson @801-644-5682

Use the button below to watch the Fremont @ Weber football game Friday September 25th at 7pm on Weber High's YouTube page.

Watch online. Fremont at Weber

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Scary Story Contest 2020

Now is the hour to bring your most haunting stories to life! It's time for the FHS Scary Story Contest.

Listen to your ghostly imagination and let the ghouls of creativity fly. But remember after the deadline of 3 P.M. on October 13, 2020, your words will become as silent as the grave.

1st and 2nd place will be published in the school's literary magazine, The Howl Chronicles, and receive cash treasure.

Requirements for the story:

  • emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • typed, double spaced
  • no longer than FIVE pages
  • your original work
  • language and content should be appropriate for a public school setting.

Haunt room B207 and you will find the entry form. If you have any quesitons, rattle them off to Miss Guiver and she will help you summon the answers.

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Weber School District mailed a second round of ACT vouchers to all current 12th grade students who weren't able to participate in the free administration of the ACT in June or July. Students and/or parents should go to my.act.org to register.

Keep in mind that the September and October administrations will be the last two chances for students to test using a voucher to cover the cost.

Register Today!

Registration Information: 2020-2021

July 6th: Parents can begin the Online enrollment process. This means parents can read the enrollment documents and digitally sign them.

July 20th: Parents can begin paying for school fees online. Once a parent pays for a fee online then a flag is marked in the student record that fees have been paid. This is true even if a fee is waived.

August 5th: Schedules for secondary students will be displayed in the portal once fees are paid for the student. For example, a parent pays for student fees on August 10th at 8am, then the schedule will display in the portal at 8:30am.
For all students marked as paid before August 5th, an email will be sent out on August 5th indicating that they can view their schedule in the portal. After August 5th the student will receive an email by the end of the day indicating that their schedule is available in the portal.

August 24th: Schedules will display in the portal for ALL students - even those that have not paid fees.

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