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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.



Recent Events...

After School Band Telethon




12th Annual Fremont Education Foundation
Excellence in Education Gala

12th Annual Excellence in Education Gala

~Proceeds benefit the Innovative Education Grant Program~

Excellence in Education Gala | Gala Sponsorship Levels | Gala Sponsors




Fremont Run 4 Education

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.

Mattos Elementary check presentation
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


2013 Wells Fargo Bank Scholarships

Video of scholarships presentation at the Fremont Unified School District Board meeting in June of 2013:



Wells Fargo Bank Scholarships from EdTV26 on Vimeo.

 

Announcements

Fremont Education Foundation has partnered with the Oakland A’s to Step Up to the Plate for Education!

There are five dates available.
All tickets can be purchased online at www.athletics.com/fremont. A portion of each ticket sold will go back to the Foundation. Please note, if you would like to sit with another family you will need to purchase your tickets together. We recommend purchasing tickets early to get the best available seats!

FEF Step Up to the Plate Dates:

  • Saturday, April 19 – 1:05 PM vs. Houston – Josh Donaldson Bobblehead Giveaway
  • Sunday, May 11 – 1:05 PM vs. Washington – Breast Cancer Awareness Day
  • Monday, May 26 – 1:05 PM vs. Detroit – Memorial Day & Elephant Cap Giveaway
  • Thursday, June 19 – 7:05 PM vs. Boson Red Sox
  • Sunday, August 3 – 1:05 PM vs. Kansas City – Postgame Kids Run the Bases

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IEG Grants Application
Now Available Online

The IEG Grants Application and Announcement/Instructions are available now. Click the links below to download.

2014-15 IEG Application

2014-15 IEG Announcement

For more information on IEG application process click here.


In Memory of Guy Emanuele Jr.


School board member and former New Haven school district superintendent Guy Emanuele, with his dog Doce in 2006.

Former Fremont Unified School District Board of Education Member, Guy Emanuele, passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2014. The Fremont Education Foundation Board wishes to express its deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. Emanuele.

Mr. Emanuele's distinguished career spanned 49 years as an educator including 20 years as a teacher, counselor, and school administrator, 22 years as Superintendent of the New Haven Unified School District, and 7 years as a Trustee of the Fremont Unified School District.

Mr. Emanuele spearheaded the founding of one of the three major programs of the Fremont Education Foundation which is named after him. The Guy Emanuele Sports Fund provides grants for students who face economic need so that they can participate in after-school high school and junior high school sports in Fremont's Unified School District. The GESF also awards grants to elementary schools for the boys and girls basketball leagues.

See full article posted in The Argus.