Fremont, Neb. – (Apr. 9, 2020) Fremont Public Schools is announcing the Second Phase of the Continuation of Learning Plan to be implemented during the indefinite closure of schools out of an abundance of caution to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The Continuation of Learning Plan Phase Two will begin on Tuesday, April 14, 2020.


To recap Phase 1 of the Continuous Learning Plan, packets were made available on Monday, March 23 by a hard copy pick up or online. Phase 1 will last through this Friday, April 10. 

Phase 2 of the Continuous Learning Plan begins on Tuesday, April 14, in accordance with following the 2019-2020 school calendar and no school scheduled for Monday, April 13. This phase will include online and offline learning opportunities for students in grades K-12. An overview of the Parent and Student information for Phase 2 of the Continuation of Learning Plan can be found at


Grades PK-4 Continuation of Learning 

  • Packets of FPS curriculum materials for all PK-4 students have been prepared for April 14-May 21, 2020.  We encourage all students to have a packet to work directly in.  
  • PK-4 Packet distribution will be on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm and again from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at all elementary schools.
  • Families who cannot pick up on Tuesday will be encouraged to contact their building on Wednesday, April 15, to arrange a time to go into the vestibule to get the packets they need.  After April 15, families are encouraged to call the school to leave a message or email their child’s teacher or school principal to make arrangements to obtain a packet. 
  • Assignments will not be graded.
  • Live Online sessions with classroom teachers for K-4 will begin on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 as this allows students time to pick up the materials and equalizes the number of sessions between the grade levels. Directions for these sessions will be shared with K-4 parents directly by the student’s school

Grades 5-8 Continuation of Learning

  • Instruction will be delivered via online or printed material packets
  • Packets are being sent to families who indicated they will not be participating online via US Mail. 
  •  Those still in need of packets should contact their school via email:
    • JCAC email:
    • Middle School email:
  • Assignments will not be graded 
  • Online sessions with the classroom teachers will begin on Tuesday, April 14, 2020


Grades 9-12 Continuation of Learning & Graduation Requirements

  • Instruction in courses leading toward graduation credit will be delivered via online or printed materials
  • Class credits and assignments will be classified as earned/not earned towards graduation
  • Packets for students who have indicated they will not be participating online can be picked up at the front doors of Fremont High School from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14.
  • If a different time is needed for pick up, please contact the school via email:
  • Online sessions with the classroom teachers will begin on Tuesday, April 14, 2020


District Issued Chromebook Repair

Student Chromebook repairs are specifically repairs to hardware failures or accidental damage to the Chromebook, physical repairs. When a student’s Chromebook is in need of physical repair (Chromebook and charger will be turned in):

  • The student/parent will send an email message to: 
    • The message must include: 
      • Student’s First and Last Name
      • Student’s Grade
      • Description of the problem
  • FPStech will respond to the message and arrange a time for the Chromebook to be dropped and swapped (a replacement Chromebook will be given) at the Main Street Education & Administration Building, located at 130 East 9th Street at the West entrance under the walkway
  • More details about the procedure can be found at


Phase Three

  • Next school year teachers will work with students to review information not learned during the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year to ensure it is mastered.