From The Superintendent

Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!

Fremont continues to move forward with important advances on all levels. We continue to work towards meeting the Board of Education established goals which are reported on monthly. We are in the fourth year of a five year implementation of PBIS, a systemic approach to establishing a positive culture throughout the District.

Based on the success of our Welding Program at the high school,the District continues to explore other opportunities for our students to pursue areas of need / interest in career-based programs. A strong emphasis has been placed on dual-credit / enrollment opportunities for students in their junior and senior years of high school. The goal is that in the near future every student graduating from Fremont High School will have had the opportunity to complete at least a semester of college dual credit. Partnerships are being formed with Midland University and Metropolitan Community College to ensure that our students are afforded these opportunities.

As part of the Board-established goal related to English Language Learners, the District has established a Dual Language Program at Washington School. Students in the Dual Language kindergarten and first grade classrooms will learn the curriculum in English and Spanish. The goal of the program is to increase student achievement for our non-English speaking students and provide an opportunity for our English speaking students to learn Spanish at a young age.The program is designed as a 4-5 year pilot with expansion by one grade a year until fully implemented. In its third year, our inaugural group of students are now entering second grade. This is an exciting opportunity for our students and families!

We continuously review / upgrade our curriculum and make improvements in programs to ensure program quality and provide high level experiences for children and youth. The District, this past year, approved a new adoption of Math curriculum materials which will help to prepare students for their futures. The Fremont Public School Foundation plays an integral role in much of what we are involved in.Please visit their website at http://fpsfoundation.com/ to learn more about their important work and to identify ways you can participate!

We hope you find that our schools and programs exceed your expectations. We look forward to a great relationship in the education of your youngsters and invite you to become involved in their education. Attend parent-teacher conferences, join the PTA and become knowledgeable about your schools.

FREMONT BOARD of EDUCATION GOALS

Graduation / Dropout Rates
Fremont Public Schools will achieve a 90 percent graduation rate by the graduating class of 2018 across all populations.

Career Technical Education
Fremont Public Schools will research and develop career-ready programs that best serve the students of Fremont Public Schools while partnering with local businesses and industry.

Student Grading Policy Revision
Through a collaborative process, develop a researched based grading practice PreK-12 that focuses on student learning and is based on content alignment to learning standards.

Student Achievement
Fremont Public Schools will increase student performance for all students in core curricular areas.

Increased Achievement by English Language Learners
Increase the percentage of Fremont Public School’s ELL students who are proficient in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics.

Budget / Finance Strategies
Develop budget and financial strategies to limit expenditure growth and maximize revenues creating a balanced budget with current funding.

Participation of All Students in General Education Programs and Curriculum
Implementation of initiatives started through the application of federal funding during the 2010-2011 school year will be continued and monitored to achieve improved performance of special education students as indicated by new state assessments, criterion referenced assessments and/or informal reading inventories. Progress will be made toward creating more inclusive classroom environments.

Development of Proficiency in Appropriate Social Skills and Behaviors
The objective of social skills training focused to assist children and youth in establishing responses to complex social situations and actively demonstrate the means of functioning in ever-changing social environments will continue.

Continuous Improvement Process-Building Goal SettingInterventions-Periodic Evaluation
The function of a district-wide systematic and documented approach in buildings and programs is to establish a clear and understood method of planning and action that provides greater accountability and understanding by and for all participants.
The administration and staff continue to work towards the completion of these goals and provide progress reports to the Board and community at their regularly scheduled monthly meetings.

Please feel free to contact your school or any of the district offices if you have questions concerning a specific area.

Office of the Superintendent
402-727-3007
Executive Director of Student Services and Business Affairs
402-727-3024
Executive Director of Human Resources and Elementary Operations
402-727-3008
Executive Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
402-727-3086
Executive Director of Instruction and Secondary Operations
402-727-3011

Superintendent Contract 2018

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