School Schedule

Regular Daily Schedule Elementary K-4JCAC 5-6Middle School 7-8High School 9-12Learning Center 8-12Elementary K-4 Building Opens - 7:30 AM Students Report - 7:55 AM Classes Begin - 8:00 AM Classes End - 3:20 PM Building Closes 4:00 PM WEDNESDAY EARLY OUT Building Opens - 7:30 AM Students Report - 7:55 AM Classes Begin - 8:00 AM

November 20, 2016

From the Superintendent

From the Superintendent ~Fremont continues to move forward with important advances on all levels. The past two years the Board of Education established time-sensitive, measurable goals in the areas of Student Achievement, Career Technical Education, Graduation / Dropout rates, access to the Core Curriculum, District Finances, English Language Learners and Continuous Improvement.  The District continues

November 20, 2016


REGISTRATION ~All new or transfer students who have not registered for classes should do so as soon as possible. Elementary students (K-4) should register at the Main Street Education and Administration Center, 130 E. 9th Street. Please call 402-727-3097 for an appointment. Students in grades 5-8 should register with the Guidance Department at the Fremont

November 15, 2016

Printing In Color Video Tutorial

This video covers how to Print in Color by changing printer properties

October 10, 2016

Tech Request Video Tutorial

This video covers how to fill out a Technology Work Request

October 10, 2016

Word Press Video Tutorial 01

This video covers the very basics of logging in and making simple edits to pages using Visual Composer

October 7, 2016


PHILOSOPHY Students who are visually impaired have unique needs that can be met through a full range of program options and cooperative endeavors with other pertinent individuals / agencies to promote high quality education. With the proper training and tools, anything is possible. Core curriculum, as well as, extended curriculum is addressed.

December 28, 2014


OUTREACH Parents Siblings School staff Community Communication with Eye Doctors Advocate for Costly at Home Technology Serve as Liaison to Necessary State Agencies

December 28, 2014


EXTENDED CURRICULUM Social / Emotional Skills Daily Living Skills Orientation & Mobility Sports Skills Recreation and Leisure Skills Post High School (age 21) Transition Programming

November 22, 2014


SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT Assessment & Evaluation (from birth through 21) Individual and small group instruction in visual alternatives Monitor and Consult Collaboration with school staff on programming accommodations and expectations

November 22, 2014