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Great Students

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Great Students Powerful Teaching-Sept. 2015 Student Voice


Highlights From Around the District


When Monta Vista High School freshman Christina Wu walked into the MVHS auditorium for an assembly she had no idea that the assembly was convened in her honor.  Congressman Mike Honda joined with Cupertino Mayor Barry Chang and Cupertino Council Member Rod Sinks -- along with several "Googlers" from Google -- and an auditorium full of MVHS students and staff members to learn that Christina had been selected as the California winner of the annual Doodle 4 Google competition.  


In response to the contest theme 'What makes", Christina painted an extraordinary Asian-themed doodle to celebrate her enthusiasm and affection for her Asian heritage.  Christina's doodle now advances to the national competition and until February 22, 2016 people can vote for their favorite doodle.  Click here to learn more about the contest, and click here to vote for Christina's doodle (her doodle is in the Grades 8-9 category).  To see photos from the assembly in Christina's honor click here.  The San Jose Mercury News printed an article about this recognition which can be read by clicking here and to see a video produced by MVHS students please click here.





The Fremont Union High School District, in partnership with the City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation Department, is pleased to offer a spring session of the popular College Planning Workshop for High School Juniors (class of 2017). These courses, offered at all five campuses and taught by experienced FUHSD counselors and College Advisors, will help students to identify goals and plans for college, organize the college search and manage the application process. Students will have several opportunities to work one-on-one with instructors to revise their plans.  Click here for more information and to to download applications to register for a class. The deadline for the first round of registration is Thursday, February 11, 2016.  For more information, please contact Josh Maisel, Coordinator of Academic Interventions, at (408) 522-2297.


Cupertino High School senior Utkarsh Tandon is focusing his passion for helping others into his invention which is designed to bridge the gap between doctors and patients and to help provide a better quality of life for those diagnosed with Parkinsons.


Utkarsh recently spoke at the Digital Health Summit during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas about his One Ring invention.  This wearable device provides a glimpse to doctors about the intensity of their patient's tremors and this data can be used to better treat patients.


Click here to learn more about this impressive young man and his invention.  



Four Fremont High School alumni were recently honored and celebrated at the school's inaugural Hall of Fame events.  The festivities began with an all-school rally where an enthusiastic welcome greeted the inductees to the Hall of fame: 

  • Manuela and Tino Rodriguez, Class of 1944 – Community philanthropists
  • Charlie Olson, Class of 1952 – Sunnyvale cherry orchard pioneer
  • Francie Larrieu-Smith, Class of 1970 – 5 time Olympic track star
  • Tully Banta-Cain, Class of 1998 – NFL two time Super Bowl champion

The Hall of Fame events continued later that evening with a VIP reception and a dinner and awards ceremony.  


Click here to learn more about the Fremont High School Hall of Fame events and the inductees that were honored. 


Hall of Fame inductees Manuela Rodriguez, Charlie Olson, Francie Larrieu Smith, and Tully Banta-Cain


What is your definition of happiness?  For Polly Bove, happiness is being the Superintendent of the Fremont Union High School District and providing leadership to the 1,000 staff members who serve nearly 11,000 high school students and over 20,000 adult education students.  Click here to read the article recently published in Silicon Valley Impressions and to learn more about this extraordinary leader.  

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The Fremont Union High School District has adopted a set of beliefs to guide our path to excellence and equity.


Please view the statements here: Beliefs


Upcoming School Holidays

Presidents' Week-February 15-19

Teacher's work day-March 14

Spring break-April 11-15

Memorial Day-May 30

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