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Great Students Powerful Teaching-Sept. 2015 Student Voice


Highlights From Around the District


Congratulations to the Funky Monkeys, Lynbrook's robotics team, who were the Tournament Champions at the 2017 CalGames held at Evergreen Valley High School last weekend. The team also won the Systems Design Award, the top technical award, with special attention to senior Shadaj Laddad's Scala-based software system, and coach David Giandomenico was recognized as the Mentor of the Year. The Lynbrook team entered 2 robots in the competition: The Funky Monkeys - Team 846  and The Banana Breakers - Team 864, with the Banana Breakers finishing in the quarterfinals, and the Funky Monkeys winning the finals!




Congratulations to the 15 talented scientists from FUHSD announced this week as Semifinalists in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology: Rajiv Nelakanti from Fremont High School; Kelly Ho and Ethan Hsiao from Cupertino High School; Anika Cheerla, Arjun Subramonian and Iris Xia from Monta Vista High School; and Charles Huang, Flora Huang, Athrv Khoche, Rohan Koodli, Andrew Li, Abhinav Naikawadi, Melissa Wei, Peter Wu and Matthew Zhou from Lynbrook High School.


Four of these incredible students are moving forward to the Regional Finals in November: Kelly Ho and Ethan Hsiao from CHS, Charles Huang from LHS and Arjun Subramonian from MVHS.


The Siemens Competition is the nation’s premier competition in math, science and technology for high school students.  Every year, students submit innovative individual and team research projects to regional and national levels of competition as they vie for college scholarships ranging from $1,000 up to $100,000.


Sand Hill Property Company, owner of the Vallco Mall, has made an unprecedented offer to the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) to provide temporary facilities at the vacant mall for the FUHSD Adult School rent-free during the planned construction and modernization of the current FUHSD facilities at 589 W. Fremont Avenue, Sunnyvale. The free use of these facilities represents a more than $4 million savings to the District and its taxpayers over the expected four years of this agreement. FUHSD will pay only for utilities and operational costs during this time. 

“When the FUHSD Adult School informed us of their short-term need, we wanted to make sure this valued program could continue without interruption so we extended an offer to the school district to occupy some of our obsolete space at the mall. The Adult School is of tremendous value to our area providing local adults skills needed to thrive at a time when jobs are very competitive and the cost of living is incredibly high. We couldn’t bear to see this important need go unmet,” said Peter Pau, Principal and Founder of Sand Hill Property Company. 

Construction on the new permanent facility, which is located behind the FUHSD District Office and includes FUHSD’s Educational Options programs, is expected to begin in Spring 2018. The FUHSD Adult School will then be temporarily relocated to the Vallco Mall in Summer 2018 for a period of three to four years, where approximately twelve to fifteen classrooms will be constructed using modular walls. 

“We are thrilled that Sand Hill Property Company has offered our Adult School temporary housing at Vallco so that the 16,000 adult students we serve annually will have no disruption in service,” said Superintendent Polly Bove. “While we are best known for our five outstanding high schools, the FUHSD Adult School is actually our largest program, providing critical assistance and support to members of the community in many areas – from English as a second language and citizenship, to Career Technical Education and employment skills. By utilizing the space available at Vallco, the District and taxpayers will save a total of more than $4 million in temporary rental fees and ensure our residents continue to experience the same high-quality courses currently offered. We are grateful to Sand Hill for working with us as a community partner to ensure the continuation of these essential services and to the City of Cupertino who helped facilitate the permit process.”

FUHSD has had a longstanding commitment to engaging and teaching adults and children in the community before and far beyond the four years of high school. The educational services provided by the FUHSD Adult School enhance life-long learning opportunities and aid students who may wish to transition to college or the workforce.


For more information about the temporary FUHSD Adult School facilities at Vallco Mall, please read the attached FAQ. 


The Fremont Union High School District has adopted a set of beliefs to guide our path to excellence and equity.


Please view the statements here: Beliefs

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