Announcements for 2/24/2021
Attention Students: Please go straight to class in the morning, wear your masks correctly and always have your ID.
Attention Students: Starting today, Fremont Library is selling bottles of water for fifty cents each. Proceeds from water bottle sales will go toward Library book and equipment purchases, and activities like our Makerspace and Gift Shop. Limit two bottles per customer. Thank you for supporting Fremont Library!
A Message from the Fremont Hero Squad: Did you know that the money you are raising will help fund research? In medicine, research means the careful study of a disease. Since its founding in 1949, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has invested more than $1 billion for research specifically targeting leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma
Attention Athletes: 4th quarter sports, Boys Soccer and Girls Basketball, will begin on 3/15 right after break. Tryouts will begin on that Monday and conclude at the end of that week. Athletes that would like to try out will need to complete a Permission to Participate form (found on Fremont website) it can also be obtained in the front office. Tryouts are closed to spectators.
Attention Students: It is time once again to empty the Lost and Found. There are hoodies and hats, lunch bags and water bottles, jewelry and junk; please come to the front desk and claim your stuff before it goes away on Friday the 26th.
Black History Month: Born into slavery, Booker T. Washington put himself through school and became a teacher after the Civil War. In 1881, he founded the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Alabama (now known as Tuskegee University), which grew immensely and focused on training African Americans in agricultural pursuits. A political adviser and writer, President Theodore Roosevelt invited Washington to the White House, making him the first African American to be so honored. But the fact that Roosevelt asked Washington to dine with him (inferring the two were equal) was unprecedented and controversial, causing a ferocious uproar among white people.