The Fremont Education Foundation is dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities for all our students in Fremont Unified School District’s schools by increasing community investment and involvement. The Fremont Education Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity.
Dates to remember...
2014 Fall Sports application deadline is September 30, 2014
2014 Winter Sports application deadline is November 29, 2014
Guy Emanuele Sports Fund | applications available online
Welcome Teacher Day!
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
FEF and FUSD Scholarship Presentations
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Magnussen Lexus and Lexus Foundation winners; Briana Booker of Washington High, Monica Gamez of Mission San Jose High, Andrew Simion of American High, Tiana Webster of Kennedy High, and Samhita Subramanian of Irvington High (not present). Also In the photo are Lexus rep An Nguyen, FUSD school board President Lara Calvert-York and board members Ann Crosbie, Desrie Campbell, Larry Sweeney, Lily Mei, student member Cara Li and Superintendent Dr. James Morris with FEF President Henry Hutchins and FEF board members Desrie Campbell and Sherea Westra.
Wells Fargo Foundation scholarship winners: Spurthi Kulkarni of American High, Calyne Lewis of Mission San Jose High, Zavier Cabral-Artero of Mission Jose High and Jessica Lew-Munoz of American High. Recipients who were not present for the photo: Nohely Ramirez of Washington High, Emily Chan of Mission San Jose High, Michelle Sekandari of American High and Celina Grunert and Cristofer Rodas of Robertson High of Fremont. The scholarship checks were presented by Ajmal Hashmi of Wells Fargo and representatives of FUSD and FEF.
Thank you to Wells Fargo Foundation, Magnussen Lexus and Lexus Foundation and FUSD high school staff for supporting this program. FEF and Wells Fargo Foundation also awarded three $1,000 scholarships per high school last year (totaling $9,000) to students from Washington, Irvington and Kennedy.
After School Band Telethon
9th Annual Run 4 Education
2013 Fundraising Event
for the Guy Emanuele Sports Fund
The Run 4 Education event was held on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at Lake Elizabeth in Fremont. So far the event has a net of $26,211.75 with a runner registration of over 500 and 43 sponsors. Mattos Elementary School won the elementary registration challenge, with 56 registered students, parents, teachers, and principal racing, and was awarded a check for $1,000 on November 15.
Fremont Education Foundation Vice President Henry Hutchins, FEF Run 4 Education coordinator Dr. Melanie Coronel and Lam Research Sr. Manager Julie Moore present a check for $1,000 to Mattos Elementary School principal Liza Muzaffery. Mattos registered the most runners for the Fremont Run 4 Ed of Fremont Unified's 29 elementary schools.
Guy Emanuele Sports Fund
2014-2015 After School Band Program
Online registration is now open!
Please review your Registration Packets carefully before registering.