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Report Bullying

Help us create a safer school zone! A new school year brings another reminder of where Fremont stands with bullying. We are very serious about having a safe school zone, and this starts with you!  Report bullying by clicking here and submitting a report to us. Your reports are confidential and will be acted upon quickly. Thank you for making our schools safer! 

Congratulations FCS

A Performance-Qualified Corporation 2019-20!


The Indiana Department of Education and the Office of School Accountability & Accreditation would like to congratulate you on your school corporation’s 2017-18 A-F school performance! Your school corporation has received the status of a Performance Qualified School District for the 2018-19 school year.

In order to be eligible for the performance qualified program, a district must receive an A for the previous school year. A district remains designated as a qualified district until it either receives a C or lower for one school year, or receives a B or lower for two consecutive school years.

WHAT THIS MEANS:
IC 20-30-2-2 requires that the instructional day for grades 1-6 consist of at least 5 hours of instructional time, and the instructional day for grades 7-12 consist of at least 6 hours of instructional time. However, a school that is eligible for the performance qualified school program may exercise some flexibility around these instructional time requirements.

IC 20-24.2-4-2 provides that a performance qualified school corporation does not have to provide 180 student instructional days so long as the total number of instructional minutes provided in a school year meets the required timeframe.

  • For grades 1-6 that looks like 54,000 minutes of required instructional time (5 hours * 180 days = 900 hours * 60 minutes = 54,000 minutes)
  • For grades 7-12 that looks like 64,800 minutes of required instructional time ( 6 hours * 180 days = 1080 hours * 60 minutes = 64,800 minutes)





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Information on the new service provided by FCS

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Why Choose Fremont?

Fremont Community Schools is passionate about guiding every child to experience success with learning every day. We are committed to providing high-quality services in all that we do. Our School Board and our school community will play an active role in establishing and setting our strategic agenda, ensuring that our students are offered the very best education possible. Fremont Community Schools strives to develop students who are literate, able to master the state and national standards, demonstrate responsibility and are prepared for post-graduation success.

To achieve this, we focus on the following:
  • Staff displays dedication, high-level teaching skills and individualized student attention.
  • Each student experiences a vibrant environment where they master new knowledge, tap their creativity and explore their potential.
  • Specialized programs support students with learning difficulties and extend students with gifts and talents.
  • Our schools offer rigorous academic courses, including numerous opportunities for students to excel in athletics, the arts, academic teams and more.
  • Our classrooms and facilities offer contemporary learning environments enriched by the latest technology.

Points of Pride

  • Fremont Community Schools has been recognized as an “A” Corporation for the past (5) years in a row by the Indiana Department of Education.
  • Fremont Elementary and High School have also been awarded the “Four Star Schools” honor by the Department of Education.
  • Fremont Elementary has an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education.
  • Fremont Middle School has an “A” rating from the Department of Education.
  • The Middle School provides outstanding and award winning band and choir programs.
  • The High School offers a variety of advanced placement and dual enrollment credits.
  • FHS works closely with Trine University to provide the best possible educational opportunities to prepare students for successful futures.
  • The High School is very proud to have had 13 Indiana Academic All-State Athletes since 2008.
  • FCS is a member of, and affords students additional opportunities at the IMPACT Vocational Cooperative, Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative and the Educational Opportunity Center.

Fremont Community Schools is preparing students for a world of possibilities every day-for every student! If this sounds good to you, please contact us. We’d love to have you as part of Fremont Community Schools!

Fremont Tips

Three Keys to Success

Fremont faculty and staff regularly emphasize three keys to succeeding throughout school: attendance, work ethic and extra participation. Students who show up on time, work hard and get involved will certainly get the most out of their middle school and high school years. This is not to say that they will not face challenges. School should be challenging to adequately prepare students for life after graduation. Students who work on these three keys, however, will find the strength within and the resources around them necessary to achieve in the face of obstacles. These keys not only help students to find academic success but lifelong fulfillment as well.

Reading At Home Increases Student Achievement

Fremont builds in time for students to read at school each day, but research shows that this may not be enough. Students who read at home in addition to reading at school tend to have higher test scores. Here are some ways to incorporate reading at home!
  • Read the cereal box each morning
  • Find a reading website or app that your child enjoys
  • Look up information about a favorite subject on the computer
  • Take regular trips to the library
  • Start a book club with friends
  • Model reading by reading in front of and to your children

The Importance of Parent/Teacher Collaboration

Parents and teachers share the same goals for children and students; they want each individual to do their best. This will happen when parents and teachers work together. This can happen in a number of ways.
  • Keeping lines of communication open between parents and teachers
  • Parents help by setting aside time for schoolwork at home
  • Teachers can send newsletters, create blogs, make phone calls and send report cards
  • Parents can attend parent/teacher conferences to make sure that parents, teachers and students are all on the same page
  • Parents can volunteer in the classroom or building
  • Parents can help the teacher by letting them know about things happening at home
  • Teachers and parents can work as a team to provide the best for students
  • waneSchool Alerts

    Did you know that you can sign up at http://www.wane.com to receive free weather cancellation and delay text alerts?

    To subscribe:
    • Click on the “Weather” tab
    • Then click on “Text and Email alerts.”
    • After filling in all required fields, type “Fremont Community Schools” in the WANE CLOSINGS box.

    Report Bullying

    Help us create a safer school zone! A new school year brings another reminder of where Fremont stands with bullying. We are very serious about having a safe school zone, and this starts with you!  Report bullying by clicking here and submitting a report to us. Your reports are confidential and will be acted upon quickly. Thank you for making our schools safer! 
  • A Performance-Qualified Corporation 2019-20!


    The Indiana Department of Education and the Office of School Accountability & Accreditation would like to congratulate you on your school corporation’s 2017-18 A-F school performance! Your school corporation has received the status of a Performance Qualified School District for the 2018-19 school year.

    In order to be eligible for the performance qualified program, a district must receive an A for the previous school year. A district remains designated as a qualified district until it either receives a C or lower for one school year, or receives a B or lower for two consecutive school years.

    WHAT THIS MEANS:
    IC 20-30-2-2 requires that the instructional day for grades 1-6 consist of at least 5 hours of instructional time, and the instructional day for grades 7-12 consist of at least 6 hours of instructional time. However, a school that is eligible for the performance qualified school program may exercise some flexibility around these instructional time requirements.

    IC 20-24.2-4-2 provides that a performance qualified school corporation does not have to provide 180 student instructional days so long as the total number of instructional minutes provided in a school year meets the required timeframe.

    • For grades 1-6 that looks like 54,000 minutes of required instructional time (5 hours * 180 days = 900 hours * 60 minutes = 54,000 minutes)
    • For grades 7-12 that looks like 64,800 minutes of required instructional time ( 6 hours * 180 days = 1080 hours * 60 minutes = 64,800 minutes)





  • Information on the new service provided by FCS

    Bowen Center Page

  • Fremont Community Schools is passionate about guiding every child to experience success with learning every day. We are committed to providing high-quality services in all that we do. Our School Board and our school community will play an active role in establishing and setting our strategic agenda, ensuring that our students are offered the very best education possible. Fremont Community Schools strives to develop students who are literate, able to master the state and national standards, demonstrate responsibility and are prepared for post-graduation success.

    To achieve this, we focus on the following:
    • Staff displays dedication, high-level teaching skills and individualized student attention.
    • Each student experiences a vibrant environment where they master new knowledge, tap their creativity and explore their potential.
    • Specialized programs support students with learning difficulties and extend students with gifts and talents.
    • Our schools offer rigorous academic courses, including numerous opportunities for students to excel in athletics, the arts, academic teams and more.
    • Our classrooms and facilities offer contemporary learning environments enriched by the latest technology.

    Points of Pride

    • Fremont Community Schools has been recognized as an “A” Corporation for the past (5) years in a row by the Indiana Department of Education.
    • Fremont Elementary and High School have also been awarded the “Four Star Schools” honor by the Department of Education.
    • Fremont Elementary has an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education.
    • Fremont Middle School has an “A” rating from the Department of Education.
    • The Middle School provides outstanding and award winning band and choir programs.
    • The High School offers a variety of advanced placement and dual enrollment credits.
    • FHS works closely with Trine University to provide the best possible educational opportunities to prepare students for successful futures.
    • The High School is very proud to have had 13 Indiana Academic All-State Athletes since 2008.
    • FCS is a member of, and affords students additional opportunities at the IMPACT Vocational Cooperative, Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative and the Educational Opportunity Center.

    Fremont Community Schools is preparing students for a world of possibilities every day-for every student! If this sounds good to you, please contact us. We’d love to have you as part of Fremont Community Schools!
  • Three Keys to Success

    Fremont faculty and staff regularly emphasize three keys to succeeding throughout school: attendance, work ethic and extra participation. Students who show up on time, work hard and get involved will certainly get the most out of their middle school and high school years. This is not to say that they will not face challenges. School should be challenging to adequately prepare students for life after graduation. Students who work on these three keys, however, will find the strength within and the resources around them necessary to achieve in the face of obstacles. These keys not only help students to find academic success but lifelong fulfillment as well.

    Reading At Home Increases Student Achievement

    Fremont builds in time for students to read at school each day, but research shows that this may not be enough. Students who read at home in addition to reading at school tend to have higher test scores. Here are some ways to incorporate reading at home!
    • Read the cereal box each morning
    • Find a reading website or app that your child enjoys
    • Look up information about a favorite subject on the computer
    • Take regular trips to the library
    • Start a book club with friends
    • Model reading by reading in front of and to your children

    The Importance of Parent/Teacher Collaboration

    Parents and teachers share the same goals for children and students; they want each individual to do their best. This will happen when parents and teachers work together. This can happen in a number of ways.
    • Keeping lines of communication open between parents and teachers
    • Parents help by setting aside time for schoolwork at home
    • Teachers can send newsletters, create blogs, make phone calls and send report cards
    • Parents can attend parent/teacher conferences to make sure that parents, teachers and students are all on the same page
    • Parents can volunteer in the classroom or building
    • Parents can help the teacher by letting them know about things happening at home
    • Teachers and parents can work as a team to provide the best for students
 
    • Administrative Office

      Fremont Community Schools
      Dr. William Stitt, Superintendent
      1100 West Toledo Street
      Mailing: P.O. Box 665
      Fremont, Indiana 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-5005
      Fax: (260) 495-9798

      High School

      Fremont High School
      701 W. Toledo St.
      Mailing: P.O. Box 655
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-9876
      Fax: 260-495-1838

      Mark Sherbondy, Principal
      Roger Probst, Athletic Director
      Holli Miller, Guidance Counselor

      Middle School

      Fremont Middle School
      811 West Renee Drive
      Mailing: P.O. Box 770
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: 260-495-6100
      Fax: 260-495-7301

      Greg Mohler, Principal
      Scott LaPlace, Athletic Director
      Michelle Thiele, Guidance Director
    • Elementary

      Fremont Elementary School
      501 Toledo St.
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260)-495-4385
      Fax: (260)-495-2133

      Mr. Eric Bryan, Principal
      Melissa Duncan, Student Services Director

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      Fremont Community Schools is preparing students for a world of possibilities every day-for every student!

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  • Superintendent Message

    A imageWelcome to Fremont Community Schools and our website. It is an honor and privilege to serve as Superintendent/CFO of Fremont Community Schools. In the Fremont community, we take pride in our excellent quality of life, and the success of our local schools. We are very fortunate to live in a community so supportive of our schools. We are thankful for the resources provided, allowing us to offer a top-notch education for students. We are committed to bringing out the best in each and every child and recognizes that strong schools are the foundation of a strong community.

    The Fremont School Board of Education and Administration strives to support students, teachers, and classified staff, with the intent of creating high morale and a safe, accountable learning environment, which fosters positive parent, staff, and community involvement. Fremont Community Schools has a proud past, an exciting present, and an unlimited future!

    I look forward to working with all members of our school and community family as we continue to make strides in the education of our young people! I invite you to join our journey toward excellence. If you have any questions, or if we can be of assistance, please feel free to call us at 260-495-5005.

    Come Soar with the Eagles!!!

    Dr. William Stitt
    Superintendent/CFO
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