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Update from the Superintendent

In an effort to establish better social distancing, Fremont City Schools, starting Monday, March 23rd, will be passing out breakfast and lunch bags for the week.

Each student will receive 5 days of meals on Mondays only.

All building sites will be open from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Also, students may begin turning in completed paper and pencil assignments starting on Wednesdays, March 25th at the Fremont Middle School.

The front doors of FMS will be open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM and a bin for each building will be available to collect completed assignments.

Students are asked to label work clearly with their name, teacher's name, grade, and school.

Please make sure that papers are secured together.

Updated Open Enrollment Application Information

Open Enrollment applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be still be accepted thru March 31, 2020.

Applications can be mailed to:

Fremont City Schools
500 W. State St., Suite A,
Fremont, Ohio 43420

Applications will also be accepted by faxing to 419-334-5454 or emailing to

Important Internet Access Information
In Response to the COVID-19 School Closure

Información Importante del Acceso al Internet
En Respuesta al Cierre de la Escuela Debido COVID-19

New Elementary Boundaries Announcement

Dear Fremont Families,

We have completed the redrawing of the new elementary boundaries that will be implemented for next school year. We have tried very hard to keep changes to a minimum.

Please use our School of Residence Search Tool to verify the building assignment for your home address.

Jon Detwiler

Having trouble with the tool? Call the Transportation Center at 419-332-7351

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Superintendent's Message

Dear Fremont Families,

The brick veneer is going onto the four new elementary schools and the final touches on the roofs are being completed. Interior painting is beginning and the HVAC systems are being installed. We are within our budget and on track to move in this fall. We will be releasing the boundaries for the new buildings verysoon. We are making progress on the new Ross High School and will see the building walls come out of the ground soon. The bids for the high school came in under budget. The move in to the new high school will most likely be over Christmas Break 2021. The Gilbane/Mosser team has kept us moving forward and we have been able to include many local contractors in our project. Due to the generosity of our community, the future of our district is bright indeed. We have expanded the course offerings at Ross High School to include courses from BGSU that are taught by our teachers. This helps keep those kids in our buildings and helps families save on future costs. The topic of safety has been on the forefront lately. As a parent of two Little Giant graduates, I always expected the school system to keep my boys safe while they were at school. As the Superintendent, I want to assure you that we take that responsibility very seriously. Every day, the parents of this community trust us with their precious children. We will continue to do all we can to make sure they return home each afternoon safe and sound.

Jon Detwiler
It is a great time to be a Little Giant!

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