Fremont City School District
Fremont City School District

Dr. Traci McCaudy
500 W. State Street – Suite A
Fremont, Ohio 43420

Amelia R. Gioffredo
500 W. State Street – Suite A
Fremont, Ohio 43420

FCS District Office

Address: 500 W. State St., Suite A, Fremont, Ohio 43420 (Map)
Main Office: 419-332-6454     Fax: 419-334-5454
During School Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Summer Hours: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

School Hours:
All Elementary Schools - 9:15 AM - 3:45 PM
Fremont Middle School - 7:45 AM - 2:45 PM
Ross High School - 7:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Office Hours:
All Elementary Schools - 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Fremont Middle School - 7:15 AM - 3:45 PM
Ross High School - 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Mission Statement:
The mission of Fremont City Schools is to develop well-educated, life-long learners prepared to be responsible, productive and respectful members of their communities.
District Goals:
  • Increase student achievement.
  • Close socio-economic, ethnic and disability gaps in student achievement.
  • Build hope, trust and respect with our community.

Our Community

  • Located 15 minutes from Ohio’s "North Coast" and Lake Erie Islands
  • County Seat and Home of Hayes Presidential Center
  • War of 1812 Battle Site on Sandusky River
  • Diverse population of 35,000 - 40,000
  • City of Fremont

Our Financial Base
  • A large agricultural base in food production
  • A wide variety of small businesses
  • Several national and international industries
  • Stable fiscal program 
  • 1.25% income tax for schools
  • State Foundation (Guarantee System)
  • Supportive State and Federal Programs

The Fremont City Schools
  • Serves 4,200 students that come from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds.
  • The PK-12 program is provided in seven elementary buildings (Atkinson, Croghan, Hayes, Lutz, Otis, Stamm, Washington) one middle school (Fremont Middle School) and one high school (Fremont Ross High School).
  • The district employs 298 certified staff and 170 classified staff.
  • More than 60% of Fremont’s teachers have a Master's Degree.
  • The district collaborates with a variety of organizations such as Business Advisory Council, Fremont Area Foundation, Learning and Liberty Foundation, Parent Teacher Organizations, Academic Boosters, Athletic Boosters, Music Boosters, Faith Community, Levy Committees and Concerned Citizens.
  • Fremont’s schools are guided by a carefully developed Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan.
  • Fremont is proud of its comprehensive course offerings including Advanced Placement, Post Secondary Education Option classes, Gifted programming, full-day kindergarten, tutoring programs and summer programming.
  • Fremont works closely and partners with Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers and Terra State Community College.
  • Fremont offers a wealth of co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities. Fremont’s athletic programs are respected state-wide and many of its athletic facilities, including a newly-constructed natatorium, are models of excellence. Its Performing and Visual Arts programs (K-12) are recognized for their quality every year.
  • Thanks to the support of the Fremont community, a newly constructed middle school was opened on January 19, 2012.
  • Fremont City Schools achieved an Excellent rating on the State of Ohio District Report Card for the 2011-2012 school year.

Hospitals and Clinics
  • ProMedica Memorial Hospital 
  • Community Health Services 
  • Firelands Recovery Service  

Community Service Programs
The Fremont Community hosts a variety of service clubs and organizations. These provide year-round social activities and community service that encompass diverse cultural and ethnic interests. The local community Recreation Department, YMCA, and Chamber of Commerce also provide recreational, educational, and developmental activities at all levels for all ages. Local service clubs recognize our student leaders and high-achievers at weekly luncheon meetings as "Students of the Month."


Additional Information

Annual Notices
District Report Card
Strategic Plan
Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP)
Curriculum Management Plan (CMP)

District Policies and Guidelines
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Student Handbooks


Excellent Educational Opportunities

Colleges and Universities

Terra State Community College
Heidelberg University
Tiffin University
Bowling Green State University 
The University of Toledo 
Ashland University
The University of Findlay

Public & Private School Systems

Fremont City Schools:
7 Elementary
1 Middle School (6-8)
1 High School (9-12)
Public Pre-School

Private and Parochial Schools:

2 Elementary
1 High School
Private Instruction
Day Care Center

Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers



Dr. Traci McCaudy

Superintendent of Schools

Amelia R. Gioffredo



Tom Anway

Director of Facilities & Operations


Chad Berndt
Athletic Director

Denice Hirt

Director of Curriculum, Assessment & Staff Development

Susan King

Director of Human Resources & Community Relations

 Lindsay Rellinger

Director of Student Services

Justin Eilrich
Transportation Manager


Nancy McKillip

EMIS Coordinator

Michaeleen Rogers
Child Nutrition Supervisor

Rhonda L. Schmidt
Technology Coordinator

Fremont City School District
District Office  |  500 W. State Street, Suite A - Fremont, Ohio  43420  |  (419) 332-6454  |  | CopyRight©2014/2015 FCS | Information Subject to change.