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School Policies

Activities
Activities

Activities at Fremont High School are an important and integral part of the high school experience. Activities come in a variety of aspects. These are designed to reach out to the high school student population and community as well. They are to be uplifting, involving, and educational whenever possible. Activities come in forms of: assemblies, athletics, bands, banquets, choral, dance performances, dances (stomps and formal), drama, musicals, orchestra, etc. Behavior becoming of Silver Wolves is expected at all activities. Negative behaviors will be dealt with through the discipline system of FHS.

Activity Cards

Upon payment of the activity fee, each student receives an activity card. This card entitles the student to attend many of the school functions held during the year, free or at reduced rates. This card must be used only by the person to whom it is issued. Any violation of this rule may result in forfeiture of the card. Cards are required for home games, stomps and all other activities that students attend. STUDENT BODY CARDS ARE REQUIRED EVERY DAY AT FREMONT HIGH. You need it for LUNCHES, BOOK KEEPER, MEDIA CENTER, STOMPS, AND SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Assemblies

Assemblies are an integral part of school life. They are planned to be educational, informative and entertaining. Students are encouraged to attend and support assemblies. Proper conduct includes being respectful, not talking or whistling during programs, not leaving during programs and not putting feet on the chairs in the auditorium. Be prompt going to assemblies and plan on staying the entire performance. Students are not to leave campus during assemblies. The cafeteria is available for students not wishing to attend an assembly.

Dances

Fremont High School holds dances throughout the year. There are stomps in the commons, semi-formal/best dress dances, and formal dances both at and away from Fremont High School. Entrance fees are required in advance or at the door. Those paying at the door at semi-formal/best dress dances may pay a higher price than pre-sold tickets. Friday and Saturday night dances will begin at 8:00 p. m. and end at 11:00 p. m. School stomps will begin at 7:00 p. m. and end at 9:00 p.m. Dress for dances and stomps will be determined by the sponsoring group and approved by the administration. Appropriateness is determined by the standard set for the dance. Any removal of clothing or alterations to clothing will not be acceptable or allowed, particularly for dance pictures. Students who wear inappropriate attire to a dance will be allowed into the dance, and may have their money refunded. Any student who is dressed inappropriately will not be allowed to have their picture taken at the dance. All students as well as candidates for dance royalty shall abide by the dress standards of the dance. Dress for stomps is acceptable school dress. Due to the danger to participants and those in attendance at the, no moshing or similar activity will be allowed. Stomps are restricted to current Fremont students only. Students from other schools or fairly recent graduates who accompany our students may be allowed at the dance at the digression of those supervising the dances. NO JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS ALLOWED. Dances are not intended for adults.
Attendance
Attendance Policy

Consistent attendance is important to a student’s educational success. Parents, we ask that you help in monitoring and encouraging the attendance of your child. If your student is absent, please call the school. Written excuses are not acceptable and will not be accepted. When your student is absent, please call the attendance office between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p. m. at 801-452-4001; state your child’s name, grade, reason for absence, date of absence and time involved. Parents must call the attendance office within three days to excuse any absence. Absences not properly excused within the three day time frame will not be allowed make-up work. A 24-hour voice mail line (801-452-4001) is available to parents for the purpose of excusing student absences. Special arrangements needs need to be made in the case of prolonged or prearranged absences. A doctor’s statement must be provided if a student misses four consecutive days of school due to illness; otherwise, the missed days will count against attendance credit. Fremont High is a CLOSED CAMPUS –students should not leave campus during assemblies.

Attendance Policy

The Weber County School District attendance/citizenship policy will be followed. A summary of important points follows:

Absence: A student will be marked absent from class when not in attendance. Five or more absences in any class during any quarter will result in a loss of .25 unit of attendance credit in each class affected. Allowances may be made for prearranged absences. Students experiencing long-term illness under certain circumstances or absences incurred extenuating circumstances beyond student/family control.

Tardies: A tardy is a late arrival to class. Students tardy five or more times in any class during any quarter will result in a loss of .25 unit of attendance credit in each class affected.

Truancy: A truancy is an unexcused absence without parent or teacher/administrative permission. Unexcused absences become truancies. Hall pass infractions are considered truancies. Leaving school without proper check-out and/or arriving late to school without check-in are considered truancies. Two or more truancies during any quarter will result in a loss of .25 unit of attendance credit in each class affected. Absences not cleared after the 3-day grace period may turn to truancies.
Pre-Arranged Absences

If parents request to have their student excused from school for reasons other than illness or family emergencies, arrangements must be made in advance. Students may pick up and complete a Pre-arranged absence form. This form must be signed by all teachers and returned to the attendance office PRIOR to absences. Pre-arranged absences must be a minimum of three days in duration and will not count against attendance credit.

School Excused Absence

School sponsored activities that require students to be absent from class will be school excused and exempt from the Attendance Credit Policy.

Student Check-In

Students arriving more than 15 minutes late to any class must check at the attendance office. Students arriving less than 15 minutes late to any class should go directly to class.

Student Check-Out

Any time a student needs to leave school before the end of the school day, he/she must check out at the Attendance Office. The school is required by law to have a responsible person approve student check out. Therefore, parents should notify the school prior to check-out.

A. Students who leave campus without proper check-out will be mark truant.
B. Students who are ill will be checked into the sickroom if parents or other responsible adult cannot be contacted.
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Academic Credit Make-up

All academic credit make-up must be cleared through the counseling office. The following is acceptable means of credit make-up to graduation from Fremont High School.

Directed Studies Packets from Fremont High School
Two Rivers Alternatives School TRAMS Program
Any approved Summer School Program and/or PM Program
Electronic High School
BYU Correspondence Courses
Attendance Credit Make-Up

All attendance credit make-up must be pre-approved by Mr. Dale Pollard, attendance credit make-up administrator. All attendance credit loss over .75 must be made up for graduation. Printed guidelines for make-up are available through Mr. Pollard. Each lost quarter credit (.25) requires 10 hours of community service and a fee of $15.00 for make-up. (No more than $90.00 will be assessed any student during his/her high school career for attendance credit make-up)

All community service must be pre-approved by Mr. Pollard and meet the following criteria: (Non-approved attendance hours may not be accepted)

Work for a nonprofit, community-based organization
Students may not receive pay or any other benefit for hours worked
Students may not work for their employer or a relative
Hours worked must be documented by date and signed by supervisor
All work completed for a teacher or school must be turned in during the quarter the work is completed
Students that have to make-up attendance credit cannot have more than 200 actual hours from one person or organization
Attendance Incentive: Clean Quarter

This Clean Quarter Attendance Incentive is designed to restore the student’s worst quarter of lost attendance credit. The student needs to have zero attendance credit loss during a quarter (no more than 4 absences or four tardies in a quarter) to receive the Clean Quarter. The Clean Quarter Incentive doesn’t affect the attendance credit fine, just community service hours. You are responsible for the fine. If you are a senior this DOES NOT APPLY FOR YOU DURING 4TH QUARTER. The attendance incentive can ONLY be used ONCE in your high school career. Once the clean quarter form has been signed by your administrator it must be turned in to the attendance office.
Class Changes
Class Changes

Each students schedule at Fremont High School has been built through the cooperative efforts of student, parent(s), and counselor. Because of the high numbers of students in each and every class we encourage that no schedule changes be made. If a schedule change is unavoidable, the change will need to be made during schedule change day, before school begins. Any scheduling errors made by the computer, will be changed without cost being assessed to the student. All other schedule adjustments will cost the student $10.00. No change will be complete until the fee is paid. Students are responsible to attend their original class schedule until the class change has taken place with a counselor.
Counseling and Guidance
Counseling and Guidance

Each student at Fremont High School has a counselor assigned to assist them in their educational pursuits. Services provided by the counselors include: assistance with educational planning, interpretations of test scores, occupational information, career information, college admissions and scholarship information, study skills and help with school, home or other concerns. Students and/or parents who would like to visit with their counselor should make an appointment with the counseling secretary.
Disclosure Statements
Disclosure Statements

Each teacher will hand out a disclosure statement to each student indicating class expectations. Disclosure statements should include but are not limited to: class grading procedures, credit guidelines, expectation’s of class members, cheating policy, absences, tardiness, make-up work, fees, and any other pertinent information for the particular class. Please read theses carefully, sign it and return it back to the classroom teacher you received it from.
Dress Policy
The Board of Education of the Weber School District recognizes that standards of proper dress and grooming affect the behavior of students attending school. Fremont High’s dress code promotes safety, personal hygiene, and a proper academic environment. Students are expected to maintain a type of dress that is clean, modest, and not distracting to teachers or other students and not detrimental or disruptive to the educational process. Fremont High School is committed to preparing students for the world of work. The following are standards for dress and appearance:
  1. Clothing not ordinarily worn in the workplace may not be worn at school (i.e., robes, pajamas, house slippers, mutilated clothing, etc.).
  2. Shoes (including sandals and flip flops) must be worn at all times. (More restrictive shoe requirements may be required for safety reasons in some classrooms).
  3. Shorts, skirts, and dresses must extend to mid-thigh length or longer. No miniskirts, mini dresses or short shorts at school. Leggings can be worn but must not be sheer. Clothing cannot present a distraction or disruption to the educational process.
  4. Shirts and tops may not have bare midriffs or be revealing at the neck, stomach and/or arm holes. Tank tops, athletic undershirts, halter tops, spaghetti strap shirts, and bare midriff shirts are not allowed at school. Shirts and tops must cover the shoulder to the end of the shoulder.
  5. Sagging pants must not reveal underwear.
  6. Clothing with designs, printed words, or slogans that are suggestive, obscene, in poor taste, promote violence, or that refer to a substance or activity which is illegal for a minor will not be allowed.
  7. For security purposes, hats or other types of head covering such as scarves, hoodies, bandanas, etc. may not be worn in the building. Masks are also prohibited on campus.
  8. Sunglasses may not be worn in the building except under doctor’s note.
  9. Tattoos with designs, printed words, or slogans that are suggestive, obscene, in poor taste, or that refer to a substance or activity which is illegal for a minor will not be allowed.
  10. Performance attire and/or team uniforms should reflect good taste and modesty even though they may not meet the above dress code. They may not be worn in the classroom during the school day unless approved by the administration.
  • First offense: The student will be warned and the incident will be recorded on the discipline tracker. The student will be required to change inappropriate clothing. If the violation involves a head covering, the head covering will be confiscated and taken to the office. The student may pick up the head covering after school.
  • Second offense: A parent/guardian will be contacted and the student will be required to change inappropriate clothing. If the violation involves a 2nd head covering violation, the head covering will be confiscated, taken to the office, and returned to a parent/guardian after school. The incident will be recorded on the discipline tracker.
  • Third offense: The student will be suspended for one day and a parent/guardian will be contacted. The incident will be recorded on the discipline tracker. If the incident involves a 3rd head covering violation, the head covering will be returned to the parent/guardian. · Any subsequent violation(s) of the dress code policy will result in extended periods of suspension from school. Any violation of the dress code policy will follow the above due process tiered disciplinary actions/consequences.
Cell Phones and Digital Media
Cell Phones and Digital Media Devices

At Fremont High School, we value the use of technology to enhance learning and increase student engagement in the learning process. The use of electronic devices for educational purposes is a privilege and with this privilege, responsibility and appropriate educational use is essential. Inappropriate use is a distraction and can be disruptive to the learning process. Students at Fremont may use electronic devices under the direction, approval, and authorization of a teacher for explicit educational purposes. This use includes educationally appropriate and responsible use during lunch and passing periods. While students are allowed use between classes (pass time), use should be reserved primarily for emergencies, not for non-educational purposes. Violations of this may result in disciplinary action. The use of electronic devices for inappropriate reasons while on campus is prohibited. Inappropriate use may include, but is not limited to the following: academic dishonesty, filming/pictures without permission, leaving class to use the device, taking or sharing of unsuitable images, sexting, hacking, harassing behavior that may be threatening or humiliating to students or staff, or any use that is in violation of the Acceptable Use Policy, District Policy, local law, state law, federal law, or disruptive to a positive learning school environment. In addition, violations involving electronic devices and social media sites such as Facebook and other sites will be addressed and may result in disciplinary action including suspension. Students are expected to cooperate in handing over cell phones and digital media devices when requested. In addition, pictures and/or film may also be viewed and deleted and/or given to the proper authorities if deemed inappropriate by school administrators. If a student does not comply, he/she is "insubordinate" and appropriate disciplinary action may take place.

Procedures and Reactions to Electronic Device Violations

1st offense:Warning: Phone/Digital Media device is returned to the student at the end of the school day. Cell Phone/Digital Media devices will be taken away by FHS staff member and entered on the discipline tracker. The student’s name will be recorded and the item may be picked up after school by the student in the office. A parent/guardian will be notified.

2nd offense: Warning: Parent is required to pick up the Phone/Digital Media device at the end of the day from office. Cell Phone/Digital Media devices will be taken away by FHS staff member and entered on the discipline tracker. The student's name will be recorded and the item may be picked up after school by the parent in the office. A parent/guardian will be notified.

3rd offense: Suspension: The student will be suspended 1 day and a parent/guardian will be called. Phone/Digital Media device goes home with the student and the violation is entered into the discipline tracker by the teacher.

The school is not responsible for lost or broken digital media devices and serious violations that may constitute the breaking of a law will be referred to law enforcement.
Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular Activities and Eligibility

It is a privilege to represent Fremont High School in any extracurricular activity. The Utah School Activities Association standards as well as those of Fremont High School will be used to determine a student’s eligibility for participation in extracurricular activities. Eligibility requirements and expectations of conduct for student government, cheerleaders and Silver-Line are described in the constitution of each respective group. A copy of eligibility standards for each activity can be obtained through that group’s coach or advisor.

- A student cannot fail more than one subject in the preceding grading period. If an incomplete grade is given, the student is ineligible until the “I” is made up and the grade is change to a passing grade.
- The grade point average of the student for the quarter preceding participation and the grade point average during the quarter of participation must be a 2.00 or better.
- Everyone needs to be at .75 attendance credit loss or lower in order to be eligible.
- In order to participate in any out of class activity or competition at Fremont High School students must have a citizenship point average of 2.50 or above as reported on their report card.
- A student must be in compliance with all Utah High School Activities Association requirements to participate in any out oc class activity or competition.
Hall Passes
Hall Passes

Whenever it is necessary for a student to leave a room during a class period, the student must have a hall pass. If a student is found outside of class without a proper hall pass, he/she may be issued a “Hall Infraction Notice and Warning.” A second violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action, which may include suspension from school. Periodic Hall Sweeps will occur throughout the year and may occur at anytime. Those caught in these hall sweeps will be instructed to go to the cafeteria, meet with their assigned administrator and sign the hall infraction paper, then take the infraction paper and have it signed by a parent of legal guardian. This paper must be signed and returned to the attendance office in order for the infraction to be counted as a tardy. If it is not returned within 3- day grace period, the tardy will marked as a truant. The Hall Infraction policy will be followed as outlined on the hall infraction sheet.
Harrassment and Bullying
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Lockers
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Make-Up Work
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Mid Terms and Report Cards
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Parking
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Safe School Policy
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Tabacco
Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault, Bullying

Fremont High School’s goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety, therefore, Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Fremont High School to any degree or form.

Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both sexes. It must be acknowledged that sexual harassment in our schools creates a hostile environment that compromises student’s educational, emotional, and behavioral lives. Sexual harassment shows disrespect for its victims, whether they are male or female.

The difference between good-natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel, no matter what the intent.

In regards to SEXUAL HARASSMENT, STUDENT HAZING OR ASSUALT, a student shall not do bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person:1) on school grounds during school hours or immediately before or after school hours; 2) on school grounds during use by a school sponsored group; 3) off school grounds during at any school sponsored activity, function, or event; 4) during school provided transportation.

Students in violation of this policy are subjected to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, referral to the law enforcement agency if circumstances warrant. The student (s) shall not be permitted to continue in attendance unless the problem is satisfactory resolved.
Visitors
VISITORS

Visitors of students are not allowed at Fremont High School during school hours. Visitors include, but are not limited to: siblings, young children, relatives from out of town, friends, from other schools.

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.