Are you interested in representing your school to participate in the 3rd Annual FUSDÕs Got Talent Show? Not only will you have an opportunity to represent your school, you will also have a chance to win money for your school!Last year, 31 acts with over 300 students, teachers, and staff from 27 Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) elementary, junior high, and high schools participated in the show. Trophies and cash prizes were presented to several schools, including first place winners from Mattos Elementary School, Thornton Junior High School, and American High School.Due to the increasing number of acts and participants, Fremont Unified Student Store (FUSS) will add a new category for the 2014 to 2015 school year: Choir. The judging criteria will be based on creativity, technical skills, and showmanship. To participate, you need to have a minimum of three participants in your act and get approval from your principal or staff in charge to represent your school. Please stay tuned and visit www.fuss4schools.org for more details.If you are interested in participating in the event planning, please feel free to come to the next FUSS meeting on Thursday, August 21 at DMCA Bookstore in Fremont.FUSDÕs Got Talent Event Planning Thursday, Aug 21 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. DMCA Bookstore 46164 Warm Springs Blvd., Ste 258, Fremont firstname.lastname@example.org www.fuss4schools.org
Robert was an active Ardenwood parent who helped start and run a very successful after school math club at Ardenwood Elementary School a few years ago. He wanted to see more students in the Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) benefit from such a club, so he decided to share his experience with all FUSD schools.
After many meetings and discussions with the District staff, school authorities and parent groups, Robert was finally able to help Warm Springs Elementary School launch its Math League Club in March, 2014.
Big thanks go to Mr. Scott Iwata (Principal), Mr. Mike Pappas (Vice Principal), and Warm Springs Elementary teachers and staff for their belief in the cause and accommodation of all the facilities needs!
Because of everyoneÕs support, the students at Warm Springs have the opportunity to not only learn math skills at this club, but also experience the gift of giving from caring adults.
What is the reward for Robert and all Warm Springs parent volunteers? Just to see the hope and smile on the faces of all 120+ students!
For information on how to start a math club at your school, please visit: https://www.fuss4schools.org/math-club-workshop/
Fremont United Student Store (FUSS), a non-profit organization created to raise funds for Fremont Unified School District (FUSD), was proud to present a $7,000 check to the Board, Superintendent and Staff of Fremont Unified School District on January 15, 2014. The donated funds were raised from events held in 2013 including FUSDÕs Got Talent Show and FUSDÕs Got Artists Contest.
To help present the check were volunteers from the FUSS Team, and students (Iyesha Puri, Santhosh Paramasivan, Elisheba Dhilpe) who conducted the Speech & Debate Workshops; the Spring Test Prep Camp (Ajjit Narayanan, Akhil Ganti, Devi Nallakumar, Rohan Panuganti); and FUSDÕs Excellence Music CD (Calvin Leung). Students worked through their own initiative to organize these events and projects to benefit all students and schools in FUSD.
Part of the money will be given to schools that won the FUSDÕs Got Talent Show and FUSDÕs Got Artists Contest. Some funds will go to support Proposition 49 After School Programs held at Brier, Cabrillo and Grimmer elementary schools and at the Enrollment Center.