Fremont City School District
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Statement from the Superintendent

Fremont Families,

Unfortunately, we have had a small group of high school students lately that have chosen to fight in school. I want to assure the community that we are taking this issue seriously and will continue to do all we can to keep our students safe at school. The students that are involved have been held accountable by the District and law enforcement. We have tightened procedures at Ross High School and increased hallway supervision. We have added, with the cooperation of the Fremont Police Department, another School Resource Officer. I have met with Police Chief Dean Bliss, Sheriff Chris Hilton and Mayor Sanchez to discuss our collective response to these events and any future incidents.

Our message to our students is that we will not tolerate violence in our schools, and we will not let the actions of a few define us. The accomplishments of 99% of our students must be what we recognize as what it means to be a Little Giant.


Jon Detwiler

Next Board of Education Meeting:
Regular Meeting
January 27, 2020
4:00 P.M.
Superintendent's Conference Room
District Office
500 W. State St., Suite A

An Update From Fremont City Schools Superintendent Mr. Jon Detwiler

Greetings Fremont Families,

I hope that your summer has been restful. If you have been around town, you have seen a great deal of progress on the four sites of our new elementary schools at Atkinson, Croghan, Lutz and Otis. The work at the four sites, which started this spring, is progressing nicely. The elementary schools are planned to open next fall and the high school is scheduled to open in the fall of 2021. As I write this note, we are just getting under way at the high school site on North Street. The work zones at the elementary schools have been fairly self-contained because we have been able to maintain existing traffic patterns and school entrances. This will not be the case at Ross High School. The location of the new building will roughly be where the current large parking lot is now. This fact is driving the necessity to move the main parking area to the back of the existing building. Our largest parking lot for students and staff will be where the buses used to park and people will enter the back of the building near the cafeteria. The next two years will be a challenge as we live in a construction zone. Please be patient with us as we do the best we can to manage traffic, parking and entrances to keep everyone safe through this historic time for Fremont City Schools. It is a great time to be a Little Giant!

Jon C. Detwiler, Superintendent

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