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The FUHSD Board of Trustees invites you to the next Board Office Hours session of the 2017-18 school year 
In recognition of the critical role that communication, transparency and accessibility play in the relationship between the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) Board of Trustees and the parents, families and community members that reside in FUHSD, the Board launched a Office Hours program last Spring, which will continue to be piloted over the course of the next year. It is our belief that regular, open-door meetings and dialogue between the Board and members of the community will help continue to strengthen positive communication and trust between the District and the students, families and residents that it serves.
You are invited to attend our next Board Office Hours session on Thursday, March 8 at Lynbrook High School from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Library (Study Room). This program provides community members with the opportunity to find out more about the work of the Board and District, ask questions and provide valuable feedback. Trustees Barbara Nunes and Hung Wei will be in attendance at this Board Office Hours session. Please view the attached flyer for more details, or visit    


La Mesa Directiva de FUHSD le invita a asistir a la próxima sesión de Horas de Oficina del año escolar 2017-18

En reconocimiento del papel crítico que desempeñan la comunicación, la transparencia y la accesibilidad en la relación entre la Mesa Directiva del Distrito Escolar Fremont Union High School (FUHSD) y los padres, familias y miembros de la comunidad que residen en FUHSD, la Junta lanzó un programa de Horas de Oficina en la primavera pasada, el cual continuará siendo piloto a lo largo del próximo año.  Creemos que las reuniones regulares de puertas abiertas y el diálogo entre la Junta y los miembros de la comunidad ayudarán a continuar fortaleciendo la comunicación positiva y la confianza entre el Distrito y los estudiantes, las familias y los residentes a quienes sirve.
Usted está invitado a asistir a nuestra próxima sesión de Horario de Oficina el Jueves, 8 de Marzo en la Lynbrook High School de 6 a 7:30 p.m. en la biblioteca. Este programa proporciona a los miembros de la comunidad la oportunidad de conocer más sobre el trabajo de la Junta y el Distrito, hacer preguntas y proporcionar información valiosa. Síndicos Barbara Nunes y Hung Wei estarán presentes en esta sesión de Horas Oficina de la Junta. Por favor vea el folleto adjunto para más detalles, o visite  


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Dear FUHSD parents and families,
Over the last two years, the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) has been working diligently to address the issue of declining enrollment at Lynbrook High School (LHS). When enrollment projections in 2015 indicated that LHS would see a significant decline in students by the year 2020, the District formed the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) to explore possible solutions that would allow LHS to maintain its robust course offerings and extracurricular options for students.
In November 2016, the CAC presented the following recommendation to the FUHSD Board of Trustees, which was unanimously approved via Resolution No. 1617-08: Approving a Supplemental School Assignment Plan for Lynbrook High School:
1.         that all 8th Graders attending Miller Middle School and McAuliffe School who reside in the FUHSD attendance area, but not within the Lynbrook attendance area, have the option to choose to attend Lynbrook for high school; and
2.         that all 8th Graders who reside in the Hyde Middle School attendance area, as such attendance area is defined as of November 1, 2016, have the option to apply to attend Lynbrook for high school, and if there are more Hyde Middle School applicants than available slots at Lynbrook, a lottery system will be used to (randomly) select students from among the applications received.
Thus far, the Lynbrook Supplemental School Assignment Plan (LSSAP) has been successful in producing the number of intra-District transfers necessary to sustain enrollment and the comprehensive selection of courses at LHS. The members of the CAC met and reviewed the LSSAP's progress on December 19, 2017 and found that it had created no undesirable effects on LHS or any of the other four high schools in the District.
In light of this success, and because current enrollment projections indicate that the rate of enrollment decline for LHS in the next two years will continue at a rate that the LSSAP will be able to address, the CAC has made a unanimous recommendation to the Board of Trustees to extend the LSSAP for another two years, with the annual rate of transfers into LHS not to exceed 90 students per year. This means that 8th graders attending McAuliffe and Miller will be able to choose to attend LHS for their 9th grade year, and 8th graders who reside in the Hyde Middle School attendance area will be able to apply to attend LHS for their 9th grade year. This recommendation was presented to the Board of Trustees on Jan. 9, where it was unanimously approved.
As the enrollment decline is projected to affect other parts of the District and worsen after two years, the Superintendent has asked the CAC to extend its work for an additional two years to assist FUHSD in coming up with effective, community-oriented strategies and solutions to recommend to the Board of Trustees regarding the longer-term future. All CAC members voted unanimously to accept this request.
Additional specific information on the transfer application process will be mailed this month to families in the Fremont Union High School District with qualifying 8th graders to advise them of their options for the coming 2018-19 school year.
Should you have any questions about the Board of Trustees’ decision or the LSSAP transfer application process, please contact the Enrollment and Residency Office at (408) 522-2280 or via email at 
Polly Bove



Estimados padres y familias de FUHSD


En los últimos dos años, el Distrito Fremont Union High School (FUHSD) ha estado trabajando diligentemente para abordar el problema de la disminución de la inscripción en Lynbrook High School (LHS). Cuando las proyecciones de inscripción en 2015 indicaron que LHS vería una disminución significativa en los estudiantes para el año 2020, el Distrito formó el Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) para explorar posibles soluciones que le permitan a LHS mantener sus cursos robustos y opciones extracurriculares para estudiantes.


En Noviembre de 2016, el CAC presentó la siguiente recomendación al Junta de Síndicos FUHSD, que fue aprobada por unanimidad mediante la Resolución No. 1617-08: Aprobación de un Plan Suplementario de Asignación Escolar para Lynbrook High School:


1.    que todos los estudiantes de grado 8 que asisten a Miller Middle School y McAuliffe School que residen en el área de asistencia de FUHSD, pero no dentro del área de asistencia de Lynbrook, tienen la opción de elegir asistir a Lynbrook para la high school; y

2.    que todos los estudiantes de grado 8 que residen en el área de asistencia de Hyde Middle School, ya que dicha área de asistencia se define a partir del 1 de Noviembre de 2016, tienen la opción de inscribirse para asistir a Lynbrook parala High School, y si hay más solicitantes de Hyde Middle School que espacios disponibles en Lynbrook, se usará un sistema de lotería para seleccionar (aleatoriamente) estudiantes de entre las solicitudes recibidas.


Hasta ahora, el Plan de Asignación de Escuela Suplementaria de Lynbrook (LSSAP) ha tenido éxito en la producción de la cantidad de transferencias dentro del Distrito necesarias para mantener la inscripción y la selección integral de cursos en LHS. Los miembros del CAC se reunieron y revisaron el progreso del LSSAP el 19 de Diciembre de 2017 y descubrieron que no había creado efectos no deseados en LHS o en cualquiera de las otras cuatro escuelas secundarias en el Distrito.


A la luz de este éxito, y debido a que las proyecciones actuales de inscripción indican que la tasa de disminución de inscripción para LHS en los próximos dos años continuará a un ritmo que el LSSAP podrá abordar, el CAC hizo una recomendación unánime al Junta de Síndicos FUHSD para extender el LSSAP por otros dos años, con la tasa anual de transferencias a LHS que no exceda los 90 estudiantes por año. Esto significa que los estudiantes de grado 8 que asisten a McAuliffe y Miller podrán elegir asistir a LHS para su noveno grado, y los estudiantes de grado 8 que residen en el área de asistencia de Hyde Middle School podrán inscribirse para asistir a LHS para su noveno grado. Esta recomendación fue presentada a la Junta de Síndicos FUHSD el 9 de Enero, donde fue aprobada por unanimidad.


Como se prevé que la disminución de la inscripción afectará a otras partes del Distrito y empeorará después de dos años, el Superintendente solicitó al CAC que extienda su trabajo por dos años adicionales para ayudar al FUHSD a encontrar estrategias y soluciones efectivas y orientadas a la comunidad para recomendar a la Junta de Síndicos FUHSD con respecto al futuro a más largo plazo. Todos los miembros de CAC votaron unánimemente para aceptar esta solicitud.


Información adicional específica sobre el proceso de solicitud de transferencia se enviará por correo este mes a las familias en el Distrito Fremont Union High School con alumnos de grado  8 que califiquen para informarles sobre sus opciones para el próximo año escolar 2018-19.
Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre la decisión de la Junta de Síndicos FUHSD o el proceso de solicitud de transferencia de LSSAP, comuníquese con la Oficina de Inscripción y Residencia al (408) 522-2280 o por correo electrónico a 

Polly Bove



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