For the last two years, a coalition of volunteers and
donors from every corner of the Fremont City
Schools community came together to participate in a Bond
Levy campaign that offered us the
opportunity to construct all new buildings for our
children. Parents, students, administrators, teachers,
support staff, business owners, politicians, retirees,
law enforcement, health care providers, civic
organizations, faith-based communities and more provided
support for the levy.
To those persons, to the thousands of voters who cast
ballots for the levy and to every other supportive
constituency that I have not named above, I offer my
heartfelt appreciation to you for joining me and
Fremont City Schools in the levy efforts.
My priority as Superintendent of Schools is to provide
the safest places and the highest standards for learning
that our means allow the District to provide. That
priority will not change.
Again, I sincerely appreciate your assistance with the
levy effort and will appreciate as well your assistance
in the future as we deal with the challenges of our
District’s building infrastructure.
Sincerely, Dr. Traci McCaudy, Superintendent
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