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Highlights From Around the District


Last week nine teams from three of our high schools  — Cupertino, Lynbrook, and Monta Vista — competed in the 2016 National Japan Bowl in Washington DC.  The Japan Bowl is an academic competition that tests the achievement of high school students throughout the United States who are studying Japanese language. The competition also tests the students' oral communication skills and knowledge about the country of Japan.  


Seven FUHSD teams placed in the top four in the nation and here is information about team and student results:


Team placement:

Level 4 – 1st place (Monta Vista), 2nd place (Cupertino), and 4th place (Lynbrook)

Level 3 – 1st place (Cupertino) and 2nd place (Lynbrook)

Level 2 – 1st place (Cupertino) and 4th place (Lynbrook)


Student placement:

Monta Vista:

Level 4 –Szu-Hua Su, Apanuba Mahmood, Yugyung Jung


Level 4 - Shannon Lu, Arik Mahbub, and Madison Steakley

Level 3 - Kang Jin Kim, Andy Yen, and Hwee Cheng Yeo

Level 2 - Margaux Gackiere, Jiyoon Lee, and Ashley Wu


Level 4 – Albert Han, Kate Sanders, and Sasha Williams

Level 3 – Amber Lee, Alie Wu, and Yanru Zhou

Level 2 – Ashley Gong, Kevin Liu, and Patricia Wei


Monta Vista High School team:

Lynbrook High School team:

Cupertino High School team enjoys visiting the zoo between competitions: 

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Fremont Union High School District – home to Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook, and Monta Vista High Schools – closely monitors student enrollment projections in order to best prepare for facilities, staffing, and course offerings for FUHSD students.  Current projections indicate that while enrollment at most of the high schools is increasing, at Lynbrook High School student enrollment continues to decline.  Click here for more information about this matter.


FUHSD Superintendent Polly Bove has created a Superintendent's ad hoc Citizens Advisory Committee on enrollment.  The purpose of this committee is to study the enrollment needs of FUHSD and all its aspects, and to provide a report and findings in order for the FUHSD Board of Trustees to make decisions for implementation in the 2017-2018 school year.  This committee will meet independently from the Board of Trustees and have an independent facilitator.  


FUHSD is now accepting applications for the Citizens Advisory Committee and community members, current and future parents of FUHSD students, FUHSD teachers and staff, and FUHSD students are encouraged to apply.  Applications are due by April 22, 2016.  Click here for additional information about the Citizens Advisory Committee, and to download an application. 


For the fourteenth year in a row, the Monta Vista High School Octagon Club sponsored the Cure Cancer Cafe, an event to raise awareness and valuable funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  


Included in the festivities were a silent auction, a photo booth for pictures with friends, and a dinner-theater program with comedians, magicians, and student performers.  The highlight of the evening was hearing from keynote speaker Cliff Hall.  A cancer survivor as well as a comedian, Mr. Hall spoke inspirationally about his story of surviving cancer and did so in a spirit of optimism and gratitude.


Although the funds from ticket sales, the raffle, and silent auction are still being tabulated, event organizers anticipate that approximately $5,000 will be raised from the event.  


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Monta Vista High School Octagon Club officers

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Keynote speaker Cliff Hall


The Lynbrook High School robotics program -- the Funky Monkeys -- continues to impress and thrive as evidenced by the response to the LHS 'All Girls Subsystem Challenge'. This challenge, issued by LHS robotics coach David Giandomenico, was for an all-female student team to design and build a major subsystem of the annual FIRST robot.  


This year, seven members of the Funky Monkeys stepped-up and completed the challenge by designing and building a ten wheel drivetrain with gearboxes, frame, and bumpers on the nearly complete FIRST robot.  Junior Ria Pradeep even obtained a $1,500 grant from the Society of Women Engineers that was used towards the parts cost of the drivetrain of the robot as the students participated in this challenge.  


The team is composed of (from left to right):

Amrita Iyer (senior), Nikita Seth (senior), Michelle Lum (freshman), Eesha Deepak (freshman), Ria Pradeep (junior), and Anika Singh (sophomore).  Not shown is Maithreyee Vatsan (freshman)

Photo credit: David Giandomenico


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Safety definitely comes first and nobody knows that better than the Lynbrook High School robotics team -- the Funky Monkeys -- who won first place in the national Safety Animation Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories.  The students incorporated a medieval theme to their video in keeping with this year's robot game, 'Stronghold.'  The vision and production of the animation was directed by LHS student Brian Lo and complemented with original music and rap performed by Amrita Iyer.  


The Funky Monkeys will receive a special UL-designed trophy at one of their upcoming events and their animation will be played at every FRC event this season.  


Click here to enjoy the video.


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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

Spring break-April 11-15

Memorial Day-May 30

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