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School Safety

The Office of Safety and Operations is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment for over 10,000 students and nearly 850 employees of the Fremont Union High School District. This mission is supported through periodic inspections of existing district facilities, and careful review of all safety and emergency preparedness plans to ensure a school environment that promotes powerful teaching and learning.


The District has prepared  guidelines for users of artificial turf fields including Athletic Directors, coaches, Physical Education teachers, Band Directors, parents, students and all other persons directing or participating in activities on the artificial turf fields.


Sunnyvale Tip Now Program

Now you can provide important crime information to the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety using your cell phone or PDA device! The TipNow text and email messaging system sends an anonymous messages to police investigators anytime day or night. Simply text or email your information to  You can tell us about a crime you may have witnessed or provide information about non-emergency suspicious activity that, in the future, could lead to a human caused emergency. Help make our community safer.... try TipNow today!

Links for Parents and the Community

What Communities Should Know: Earthquakes Earthquake season is year-round in the state of California. The more prepared the entire community is in the event of a disaster, the more advantages we all have rebounding from future catastrophes.

Safe Routes to School Newsletter

What is Alert SCC?

AlertSCC is a powerful mass notification system that will be used to send emergency information and instructions to anyone who lives or works in Santa Clara County. AlertSCC will send messages to phone numbers included in the emergency 911 and 411 directory listings. In addition, by registering at you may provide additional contact information to receive messages on other devices.

What is 2-1-1 Santa Clara County?

2-1-1 is a free, non-emergency, confidential service that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Mandarin, and 140 other languages. For everyday needs and in times of crisis, 2-1-1 provides streamlined access to critical health and human services such as food, shelter, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention, employment assistance, and so much more. It also serves as a link for individuals seeking to volunteer, provide resources, or assist during a crisis in Santa Clara County.

 Local City Disaster Information

City of Cupertino

City of Sunnyvale

City of San Jose

Safety Links For Staff

Emergency Preparedness Links Emergency preparation information from the Department of Homeland Security.

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency information and resources

American Red Cross American Red Cross preparedness information. Federal government information for disability related information and resources.

PTA.Org Parent resources on safety from the National Parent Teacher Association. for Pets Emergency Preparation for Pets