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FUSD Transitions Sixth Grade Classes into Junior High schools

Horner will undergo renovation and massive changes to its campus to support the incoming sixth grade class.

Andrew Fu and Emily Joe

December 15, 2018

In the 2019 to 2020 school year, incoming sixth grade students in the Kennedy attendance areas will be moving into junior high schools, originally intended only for seventh and eighth graders, as part of the district’s larger plan to convert junior highs into middle schools. The district presented...

Measure E Brings Technological Advancements To The District

IT Specialist Nicholas Chapman made sure teachers were able to connect to the new wifi.

Fiona Zhao and Felicia Mo

November 28, 2018

As part of the latest technological updates funded by the Measure E bond, a $650 million obligation allocated in June 2014, FUSD’s IT Upgrade Project has implemented four new wireless network systems across all schools, along with digital clocks in Irvington classrooms this October. Convenience aside...

Irvington Updates School Safety Procedures

Updated campus equipment facilitates campus security.

Felicia Mo and Shradha Krishnamurthy

October 16, 2018

With the unprecedented frequency and violence of recent mass school shootings, Irvington administration and Fremont police have joined forces in implementing preventative actions to minimize risks to students and faculty. Several of these actions were taken over the summer, including trauma kit training f...

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