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Fremont High Boys Golf Tryouts

Who: Any boys going to Fremont who are going into 9th grade-12th grade.

If you are trying out, please email Coach Ballif () before July 24th, and let him know you’ll be there so he has an idea of how many will be there and plan tee times accordingly.

When: Monday and Tuesday, July 26th-27th, at 12:00.

Where: Remuda Golf Course

Cost: You will be responsible in paying your own greens fees which are $20 if you are not a Youth on Course member and $10 if you have a Youth on Course membership.

We will be playing 18 holes on Monday and 9 on Tuesday and we will be walking. You may take a pull/push cart if you’d like. It will most likely be hot, so make sure you bring plenty of water. Don’t just rely on the water out on the course. Drink lots of water the day before and morning of tryouts so you don’t get dehydrated.

There will be a first cut after tryouts on Tuesday and those that are invited back will play another 18 on Wednesday.

Any other questions, email Coach Ballif. See you all there! It’s going to be a great season! Go Wolves!

Registration Information: 2021-2022

July 9th: 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.

Fremont will be holding a virtual Parent Teacher Conference Wednesday Feburary 24th 1-6pm. If you would like to talk with a teacher you can sign up using the links provided below. If you are having problems signing up, please contact the teacher you would like to speak with.

Sign Up Now!

Pack Wednesday

Need extra time or help with your school work? Come to Fremont's Study Group

Early Out Wednesday 11:30am - 2:00pm

Wednesday's don't work and/or you need one-on-on academic, organization, or homework help?

Click or Scan the QR code and fill out a form to sign up for Advocate Support.

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Dr. Seuss Writing Contest

Create your own whimsical Dr. Seuss inspired children’s story


  • Google Slides Format
  • Up to ten pages (ten slides)
  • Illustrations required Hand drawn or from the internet
  • Some type of rhyme scheme
  • Details on entry in B207
  • Elementary Audience
  • Due March 2nd

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Soft Closure Class Schedule Jan 4, 2021

Soft Closure Class Schedule Jan 4, 2021
1st/5th Period 8:30 - 9:15
2nd/6th Period 9:30 - 10:15
3rd/7th Period 10:30 - 11:15
4th/8th Period 11:30 - 12:15
Online Office Hours 1:00 - 3:00


Class Schedule: PDF Version


December 21, 2020

Parents and Students,

We received information today that a number of our students have tested positive for Covid-19. Due to this current number of positive case counts, Fremont High School will be in closure for two weeks beginning at 12:30 PM today.

The 14-calendar-day closure begins tomorrow, Tuesday, December 22nd. Teachers will be given this day to prepare for the delivery of one day of online instruction, which will occur on Monday, January 4th. They will prepare for the return to in-person learning from home. The school is scheduled to reopen for in-person learning one day following our return from holiday break- on Tuesday, January 5th. 

Monday, January 4th will be an online learning day. January 4th is an A day. Students should follow the time schedule below for Google Meets with each class period.

Students are asked to check their emails and Canvas prior to January 4th for instructions and messages from teachers.

  • On Monday, January 4th, 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. Students can check their Canvas sites for links to the meets and more information. Students should follow the schedule below:

January 4th A Day Online Learning Schedule

1st period:                         8:30am - 9:15am

2nd period:                        9:30am - 10:15am

3rd period:                         10:30am - 11:15am

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

  • Be diligent about engaging in your Google meets and completing the assignments. There are only 5 A days and 4 B days until the end of the term after we return from Winter Break. Please use your time away from school to catch up on any work you may still need to complete.
  • 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 on Monday, January 4th for individual online meetings as needed, by appointment. Please reach out to your teacher if you need to schedule an online appointment.
  • Driver’s Ed Road tests will continue as scheduled unless a student is quarantined and can’t participate at this time.  Students are required to wear masks.
  • Parents can order breakfast and lunch for their students through the parent portal for January 4th. These orders must be made 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 Monday, January 4th.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Employees and staff will NOT be able to be in the building on Tuesday, December 22nd due to the fact that 20+ classroom areas are impacted by positive cases today. All identified "outbreak" classrooms/spaces will be sanitized. 
  • While this soft closure was impacted by the Covid testing processes conducted today, which involved student-athletes and some extracurricular participants, it is important to note that Fremont High’s positivity rate in relation to the first two rounds of Covid testing is still far below Utah's overall positivity rate, which is currently above 25%. However, Fremont High’s positive case count has been hovering around the almost-15 positive case mark for several days. We will continue to strongly encourage our families and students to follow the recommended guidelines set forth by the Weber-Morgan Health Department and in the Public Health Order, especially as we move into an extended holiday break.    
  • Project Lead the Way students will not be allowed to attend classes in-person at Weber Innovation and will engage with their teachers virtually during the duration of the soft closure. Students attending Two Rivers will still be provided busing to and from the school. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to students at the Fremont hub pick-up site, Weber Innovation HS, on January 4th from 10:00-10:30 AM. Parents must pre-order meals via the Parent Portal. 
  • Some UHSAA-sanctioned sports will continue to be up and running during the school closure and non-moratorium period of the holiday break. Coaches/advisors will communicate needed information to their students.

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.


Michele Parry
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  or 801-452-4039

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Fremont Football Ticket Sales

General Public

  • General Public go to:
  • 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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