Fremont City School District
Fremont City School District

The Ross early college meeting at 6:00 PM today is cancelled.
A date and time will be rescheduled and sent home with the students who qualify for the program.

The FMS Technology Club
Visits WTOL 11



The FMS Technology club, that is responsible for producing the daily video announcements, visited WTOL 11 News in Toledo. They got to see all of the behind the scenes action that makes a news station operate as well as watch the Noon news live broadcast. While on the visit the students got to meet the Noon Achor Amanda Fay and Meteorologist Ellyn Fritz and also got to use the green screen. They even got to hold an Emmy Award!

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Fremont City Schools is a proud participant in the Ohio Seal of Biliteracy Program

Seniors who would like to apply to earn the Ohio Seal of BiIiteracy should contact Mrs. Ward or Ms. Huth by the end of February of their senior year.  More information on the requirements of earning the Ohio Seal of Biliteracy can be found by clicking the link below.

Next Board of Education Meeting
Special Meeting
January 30, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.
Administration Building
500 W. State St., Suite A
Superintendent’s Conference Room

An Update From Fremont City Schools Superintendent Mr. Jon Detwiler


It is an exciting time for Fremont City Schools. We have spent many hours planning and designing our new buildings. This fall, we will start the early site work beginning with Lutz and Otis, and a few weeks after that, the same will happen at Croghan and Atkinson. This will be the preparation work that will allow our contractors to begin putting in footers as early as possible in the spring. Early site work will include installing fences to keep students safe, temporary construction entrances, and moving playground equipment. The high school early site work will happen this spring.

We have had a great start to the 2018-19 school year. Our guest speaker at the District opening staff day reminded us that what we do matters and that every day we have the opportunity to impact the lives of children in this community. As I travel from building to building, I see all of our staff members…teachers, bus drivers, cooks, custodians…going the extra mile to help students be successful. I believe in the power of strong public schools in general and in Fremont City Schools in particular. I am proud to be a part of Fremont City Schools.

Jon C. Detwiler, Superintendent

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Fremont City School District

January 23, 2019

All Schools


Fremont City School Board Members unanimously approved the repeal of the Pay to Participate program for all extra-curricular activities. The Board has recognized the burden on families and is committed to removing the barriers for students to participate. The District has worked on cost saving efforts in other areas to make this possible. The changes will be implemented immediately for the
School Year.

Please refer to the Athletics tab for sports schedule updates.


If your Ross graduating class will be having a reunion and you are interested in a tour of any school facilities, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at (419)334-5432.

of the Month

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"Exchange Club"

"Learning & Liberty Foundation and Old Fort Banking"

"Lions Club"

"Rotary Club"

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