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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 place is your best protection. At Fremont High we think that preparing for emergency situations is vital and have curated a four step plan to further prepare you and your families: 

  1. Consider your environment and location and find out what types of emergencies could potentially occur near you
    • Winter storm, wildland fire, earthquake, cold/heat wave, fires, hazardous materials 
  2. Create a disaster plan with your family according to the disasters that may occur in your area. Assign a designated meeting area and evacuation paths.
  3. Use this checklist as an aid in your emergency planning:
    • Post emergency telephone numbers by phones
    • Teach children how and when to call 9-1-1
    • Show each family member how to turn off water, gas, and electricity
    • Check that you have adequate insurance coverage
    • Teach each family member how to use a fire extinguisher
    • Install smoke detectors
    • Conduct a home hazard hunt
    • Stock emergency supplies and assemble a disaster supplies kit
    • Take a Red Cross first aid and CPR class
  4. Practice and maintain your plan by quizzing your children, conducting drills, adding to storage, etc. 

By following this four step plan you and your family will not be left feeling underprepared and stressed due to the mayhem that is and follows a disaster. 

Fremont’s Community Emergency Response Team is designed to raise awareness and further prepare and protect the community in the case of a disaster. The CERT team is trained in an online course, four hands-on sessions, and a mass casualty simulation. CERT classes are offered during the spring and fall. For more information talk to Shannon Iseminger at Fremont in room B-121 or via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 

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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 www.weber.edu/concurrent

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 classes they should be taking. If you would like one of these appointments please see Lisa Burton in the CTE office. 

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 here.

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 Recognition Ad for your senior. What better way to celebrate than an ad for all to see in the yearbook. Ads need to be created by February 16th. Don't delay recognizing your senior in this special way.

Josten's Yearbook Recognition

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 Music - December 13th

Entrie forms can be found in room B207 or download a submission form below.

Submission Form

Email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

  • Jewelry
  • Photography
  • Art Ceramics
  • Digital Art

Deadline for Art categories - December 10th

See art teachers for details

 

Those chosen for The Howl Chronicles will have their paw print forever engraved in the archives of Fremont's History. Don't let the deadline sneak up and pounce on you!

 

Weber State will be at Fremont October 28, 2019 from 9am - 1pm for individual student academic advising. 
 
These appointments help students see how many credits they have or help map out which concurrent classes they should be taking. If you would like one of these appointments please see
Lisa Burton in the CTE office. 

The 2nd quarter attendance credit make up class starts Tuesday November 5, 2019. You can take the class twice a year if you need to! Don't put it off until fourth quarter. Take it now.

Students who need to take the class should be in the Lecture Hall, upstairs, before 2:45pm on Tuesday November 5, 2019.

  • The class runs five Tuesdays from 2:45 - 5:45pm.
  • The class restores 1.5 credits; Yes 1.5!
  • You don't need to register in advance, just be there on time November 5th.
  • You will need to pay $90 for the class fee.

If you have any questions, please see This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday September 25th in the halls of Fremont High School. Conferences will begin at 1pm and run until 6pm. Students will be released from school at 12:15pm and classes will run on an Early Out Schedule.

The Librarians will also be holding a Book Fair during PTC in the Library.

Book Fair!

Join us at the 3rd annual Fremont High Book Fair September 24th - 27th in the Library. The Fair will be open during lunches and during Parent Teacher Conference.

Can't make it to the school? Shop online! All proceeds benefit the Fremont High Library.

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