Thank You Fremont Families

THANK YOU! Our Fremont Families Soar! We have met our goal of $10,000 with 360 Fundraising. This means that we will have CRAZY HAIR DAY! This also means Dr. Coogan will be dying her hair a color chosen by the class that sold the most. Come by for a visit in the morning of October 10th to see what color Dr. Coogan hair will be and see all the crazy hair. This will also be the day that those that sold enough will “Ride in a Limo to Lunch”. Permission slips will be coming home soon. Please make sure that you sign them and return them. We have approximately 68 students that have qualified for this fun adventure.

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Fall Fundraiser Reminder

Hello Fremont Families,

Just a reminder that this is the last weekend to sell items for our fundraiser.

This year you can due the fundraiser online, just register your student using the seller ID number on the fundraising packet and then  email friends and family the link with your child’s id #


The order forms and money is due on Monday September 15th, 2014.

Each child who sells 15 items or more will get to join us on the Limo to Lunch!

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Important News About Our Fundraiser

Attention Fremont Families

Your Fremont PTA fall fundraiser is fast approaching. This year the fundraiser is even easier with online ordering and mail delivery. So be sure to email the link to all your family and friends.

Fremont fundraiser with 360 Fundraising

Every Child who gets 15 or more orders will be able to join us for the Limo to Lunch. Our goal this year is to raise $10,000 for Fremont. When we reach our goal the children will be rewarded with a Crazy Hair Day! Your involvement at the school is so important to us and we want you to know how much we appreciate your support!

Thank You!!! 


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PTA Reflections Art Program

“The World Would a Better Place if …”
This is the theme for this year’s Reflections, a National PTSA Art Competition

We want to see your inner artist!
Show your creativity by submitting an entry in one of the following categories:
Literature, Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Photography and Film/Video
The deadline for turning in completed projects is Oct. 20th.
General Participation Rules can be found here: General Participation Rules (1)


Back to School Night

It’s a New School Year! Full of Possibilities, New Teachers, New Classrooms, New Friends! 

Please join us at Back to School Night on August 26th. Dr. Coogan will be giving a presentation in the gym at 5:45 and again at 6:45. Classroom presentations will be from 6:00-6:45 OR 7:00-7:45 presentations will be the same so you only need to come to one session. All parents in 1-6 and ASD classrooms are welcome. Kindergarten families were given this information at Getting to Know You Days. Your Fremont PTA will be handing out back to school kits to families. Please come see us at our table in the hall by the gym.



We do it because we love our kids and your kids too! Please VOLUNTEER


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Be in the Directory

The Fremont Elementary PTA understands that communication is a key part of building a strong school community, that why we sponsor the Fremont Student Directory. If you would like your family to be published in the directory please fill out the information below. Please remember that the directory is for the use of Fremont students and their families and should not be used for solicitation.
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First Night Fremont


After you have dropped off your children’s school supplies and  greeted their teachers, please join us for Popsicles at the PTA table! We will be set up outside the main entrance of the school.



10 Reasons To Get Involved


1. Your child benefits.

When parents get connected to the school, children do better. Research shows children whose parents are involved get better grades, do better on tests, and have fewer discipline problems at school.

2. We make a difference.

Our mission is to create a kind of school community where teachers and administrators can do their best work—and so can our children. We provide support and resources for teachers in and out of the classroom. We help enrich the learning opportunities for our children. We are striving to build the kind of supportive, caring atmosphere that makes school fun.


3. Meet nice people who share your concerns.

We all have a common bond. We care about creating the best possible educational experience for our children. We are neighbors and peers who share many of the same experiences, and many friendships have developed as a result of those connections.


4. We have fun.

Volunteer work shouldn’t be drudgery. We accomplish a lot, and not everything we do is easy. But we know we’re not balancing the national debt, either. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, and we try to enjoy our- selves along the way whenever possible


5. There’s a lot to be done.

These days, schools are asked to do more with less. Our help is needed more than ever to fill the gaps.


6. We Pledge to Honor Your Time Constraints.

People are often reluctant to participate because they’re afraid they’ll get pulled into a black hole of never-ending time commitment. That won’t happen here. An hour or two a semester really makes a difference. We promise not to push you to commit more than you want to or are able to.


7. We can match jobs to your interests and abilities.

The work we do covers a broad spectrum: filing and photocopying, planning and executing events, writing and editing, working directly with children, managing a budget and cash flow, and lots more. We encourage creative ideas, and we’re thrilled to have people take on tasks that meet their skills and interests.


8. We’re about parent involvement, not fundraising.

In these times of tight budgets, parent groups everywhere are having to fill int he gaps, and so are we. But our number one goal is to get more parents connected to the school. That’s because more than 300 independent research studies show that building parent involvement in education is the number one thing we can do to create a great school and improve student performance.

9. We’re welcoming.

To us, there are no “outsiders.” We are people who have come together to work toward common goals. We couldn’t be happier to have you join us in working toward these goals.


10. This work is very rewarding.

It’s seeing the bright light of learning sparkle in a child’s eye. It’s seeing the smile that shows we’re making school a little more fun—and a child feel a little more comfortable in a learning environment. It’s learning that test scores have risen and knowing we played a role. There are lots of rewards, both big and small, for those who get involved. Won’t you join us?


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Welcome Back from the Fremont PTA

We are very excited to welcome back our students , families and Fremont staff for another fabulous and fun filled year!


All We are Missing is You!

Your skills and experience are needed! The Fremont PTA is looking for volunteers for 2014-2015 school year. Here is a list of PTA Executive Board and Chair positions we have available. You may view a brief job descriptions of many of the positions by clicking on the title of the event.
After School Game Day
Spelling Bee
Fall Teachers Conference Meals
Winter Dance
After School Movie Day
Spring Teacher Conference Meals

Fifth Grade Level Representative
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Writer’s Tea

What wonderful writers we have here at Fremont. Congratulations to all the student who were asked to participate in the Writers Tea. We would like to give a special Thank You to Tamara Guida for Coordinating this event! Nice Job Tamara


PTA Meeting

Please join us at 6pm on Wednesday April 15 for our April PTA Meeting. We will be planning the Makahiki and Spring Spirit Days. We will hear the Principals Report and learn what new in Accountability Business. Free babysitting and Pizza will be provided.


Falcon Awards

Our Fremont Falcons Soar! What wonderful students we have here at Fremont. Congratulations to all the student who received Falcon Awards. We would like to give a special Thank You to Tamara Guida for Coordinating this event! Nice Job Tamara


PTA/Accountability Meeting

Please join us on March 12th at 6pm for a presentation by the Colorado Reading Corp. We will also be discussing the Makahikki and other upcoming events. Unfortunately babysitting will no longer be provided.


After School Movie

zambeziaThe votes are tallied and the PTA will be showing Adventures in Zambezia for the After School Movie for our Kindergarten through 3rd grade on Friday, March 14th. If you haven’t signed your permission slip yet, another round of permission slips will be coming home today.

Here is the synopsis of the movie:
Set in a bustling bird city on the edge of the majestic Victoria Falls, “Zambezia” is the story of Kai – a naïve, but high-spirited young falcon who travels to the bird city of “Zambezia” where he discovers the truth about his origins and, in defending the city, learns how to be part of a community.
– Written by Triggerfish Animation Studios

Here is the trailer:


Bills in Congress that will Divert Public School Funds

This is an urgent matter brought to us by our National PTA.

Please share this information with your membership and ask them to access National PTA’s action alert from the Takes Action Network

A series of pro-voucher bills have been introduced in the U.S. Congress in 2014. The bills recently introduced are picking up Congressional support and would be devastating to public education funding. Combined – they would divert nearly all federal education funding to school vouchers. The Alexander bill is particularly alarming, as Senator Alexander serves as the top Republican Ranking Member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee that has jurisdiction over federal education policy.

National PTA opposes any private school choice proposal and/or voucher system that diverts public funds to private or sectarian schools. Here is a link to several positions by National PTA – especially note statement under “School Choice”:

Here are some talking points:

Vouchers divert money from public schools (where 90 percent of all school-age children are enrolled) to private schools (where the public has no oversight into how those public dollars are spent), while doing nothing to improve public education.
Vouchers will not ensure parental “choice.” Private and religious schools may deny applications for enrollment for any reason. The “choice” in “choice programs” lies with private school administrators, not with parents.
There is no strong evidence that voucher programs improve student achievement.
When provided the opportunity to comment on vouchers, Americans have consistently rejected them.
Thank you for your help!!


Makahikki Planning Meeting

Bring your creativity On March 4th at 6pm. We will be planning our annual Luau inspired Spring Fling. We need fun, low cost ideas for decorations and activities.


Teacher Meal for Student Led Conferences

We are asking for volunteers in providing a tasty dinner for our teachers on Thursday, March 20th, as they will be staying late for conferences that evening. Our theme for this evening will be Salad/Pasta Bar. Please keep in mind that we need to be providing food for approximately 25 teachers.

ALL items need to be to the school no later than 4:30 on the 20th. Please either send them in with your student who can drop them off at the office, or plan to get them to the office prior to 4:30. If you have any questions, please contact us Please click on the SignUp Genius link below for more information and Sign UP!Sign Up Now!


Books on Wheels Coordinator Needed

Books on Wheels is a take home book program for 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students.The programs offers Fremont students the opportunity to take home a book at their DRA reading level each day. At the beginning of the school year, each child is given a book bag and a reading log. Each school day, a volunteer checks the book bags to see if the child has read his or her book, if they have, the volunteer gives the child a new book. The Books on Wheels program is in need of a new coordinator.This is a year-long position. The coordinator is responsible for maintaining the condition of the books and all materials pertaining to the program. They will also be in charge of recruiting, training and maintaining a volunteer base. This position is labor/time intensive at the beginning of the school year, but requires only and hour or so a week after that. You will not have to do it alone, there are 3 coordinators who are still very active volunteers at the school and can assist you when needed. If you are interested in this position, please[gravityform id=”2″ name=”Contact Us Form”]