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Foreign Language Department

Kellan Sampson
Spanish 2, 3, 4, 5, AP
Spanish Club Advisor
Assistant Volleyball and Basketball Coach

kesampson@wsd.net
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Why I am in Education: I love sharing experiences and knowledge with others and helping them to become better people in the process.
Favorite TV Program: Sports Center
Favorite Book: Too many
Hidden Talent: I can whistle without people knowing who it is.
Alma Mater: Roy High, Weber State, WGU
Hometown: Roy
Hobbies: I love to read, play sports, watch sports, and spend time with my family
Heroes: My mom and dad
Best thing about Fremont: The school pride, the amazing students and teachers who truly care about the school, students and one another.
Years in Education: 2010-present
Years at Fremont: 6
Carolyn Sandstrom
German 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & AP
casandstrom@wsd.net
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Carolyn first became interested in German when her grandfather gave the family a copy of Struwelpeter in English. She enrolled in German in the seventh grade and was one of the students to attend the first German camp held in Weber County School District. During high school student Carolyn was able to live with a family in Bavaria and attend a Gymnasium (German High School). She earned her B.A. at the University of Utah, opting to spend a year in Kiel, Germany at Christian Albrecht University. Before joining the Fremont High staff she taught at Weber, Davis, and Northridge high schools, as well as developing and teaching the German course for the Electronic High School . Carolyn enjoys interacting with people from various countries and has hosted several students in her home from Asia and Europe. Her favorite pasttime is skiing--water or snow. Her favorite German quote is "Die Grenzen meiner Sprache bedeuten die Grenzen meiner Welt", from Ludwig Wittgenstein. ("The limits of my language are the limits of my world.")
Cody Storey
Spanish 1, Fit for Life
Head Wrestling Coach
Head Boys Track Coach
cstorey@wsd.net
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Why I am in Education: I enjoy working with the youth, helping and encouraging them to reach their life goals and to also instill the importance of being life long learners.
Favorite TV Program: ESPN News
Favorite Book: Heart of a Champion
Hidden Talent: Freestyle Rapper
Alma Mater: Fremont High
Hometown: West Weber Utah
Hobbies: I enjoy the outdoors. Camping, hunting, fishing. I enjoy spending my free time with my wife Mckelle, and our 3 boys Ammon, Hyrum, and Kimball.
Heroes: Parents and my Wife
Best thing about Fremont: It is a family away from Family. The Silverwolf Nation is something to be proud of. Our students are respectful, hard working, and self - motivated.
Years in Education: 6
Years at Fremont: 6
Mark Hugie
Mark Hugie
Spanish 1, Spanish 2 (WSU Spanish 1010)

mahugie@wsd.net

I have loved languages all of my life. In High School I took both Spanish and French. In college I took Swahili and Chinese. I got the opportunity to go live in Ecuador a couple of years and what a wonderful experience learning Spanish and meeting wonderful people on the other side of the Hemisphere. Since that time I have traveled as often as possible looking for chances to learn new languages and use the ones that I am familiar with. I have been to Spain, Costa Rica, Mexico, France, Morocco, Chile and one day in Panama (that was exciting to say the least). I have two beautiful people that are my world, my wife Misty and daughter Holli. Other than traveling I love coaching football, chess, and card games.

Trena Roueche
Sign Language 1 & 3
trroueche@wsd.net

Why I am in Education: I love kids and sharing experiences and knowledge with them. I believe that the youth are the future of this nation and I want to help them reach their full potential. Teaching brings me JOY!
Favorite TV Program: Castle
Favorite Book: Any John Grisham
Hidden Talent: I love watercolor painting
Alma Mater: Weber High, Weber State, USU
Hometown: West Weber
Hobbies: I love to read, run, watch sports, and spend time with my family
Heroes: My Husband
Best thing about Fremont: The students and the AMAZING school culture and spirit!
Years in Education: 32+
Years at Fremont: 2
Amy Walker
Sign Language 1, 2, & 3
awalker@wsd.net
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Why I am in Education: I love to teach!
Alma Mater: BYU, WSU
Hometown: Denver Colorado
Years in Education: 15
Years at Fremont: 7

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Teacher Commitment:

  1. Fremont teachers are committed to being prepared with lessons, activities, projects and assignments that are relevant to the curriculum and will enhance student learning at all levels.
  2. Fremont teachers are committed to frequent monitoring of student progress and communicating progress with students and parents, updating grades regularly.
  3. Fremont teachers are committed to helping students improve in the subjects they teach.
  4. Fremont teachers are committed to holding students responsible for their learning as well as providing encouragement for sustained performance using engagement and best practice.
  5. Fremont teachers are committed to giving their best efforts each day, conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting school groups and activities.
  7. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting the school's mission and vision to set goals for student achievement at Fremont and to encourage post-high school education.
  8. Fremont teachers are committed to maintaining rigorous educational standards within their classrooms to help students be career and college ready and community contributors.

Student Commitment:

The effectiveness of an exemplary school is based on the achievement and character of its students. Therefore, Fremont students are committed to our school motto: E2 (Expect Excellence)

  1. Fremont students are committed to being prepared physically and mentally to learn each day.
  2. Fremont students are committed to self-motivation and the accepting of responsibility for their learning and decisions.
  3. Fremont students are committed to their best efforts each day and the sustaining of those efforts.
  4. Fremont students are committed to demonstrating respect and encouragement for peers, teachers, school and themselves.
  5. Fremont students are committed to conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont students are committed to supporting school groups and activities.