I don't think I will go to the restaurant fundraisers because I had a bad experience with a skateboarder. My son nearly got hit by one of the skateboards. The skaters will go to the fundraisers and block the entrance. Principal also allows them on movie night. I wanted to support my school, but if the principal allows them to skate anywhere, I think I will just stay home. Sad, but no choice.
I don't know why this school allows skateboards. They don't respect pedestrians. I think the principal should eliminate skateboards because they don't respect the rules. I have seen the principal take a skateboard away, but later gives it back even though they don't respect the people walking on the sidewalks. The sign on Ross St. reads "No Skating" and "No bikes" That sign needs to be replaced because it's faded. I also don't like that parents are not being notified when your child has been bullied by another student. The only thing that is keeping me at this school is the wonderful teachers and the front desk staff. Cathy, Michelle and Maria are such nice people.
i am a parent and i love this school because my child has excelled in her behavior and grades. she went to a catholic school in montebello called st. benedict. i regret taking her their. there is sooo much drama there . but this school is the best and the teachers and students and principal take things seriously especially grades. i recommend this school to everyone. you won't regret it!!!
Fremont is a very good school with wonderful teachers that understand kids and a great new principal Ms.Sanchez that is funny and understanding and caring but also firm. I enjoy fremont because all the teachers have been there for a long time and are very smart. Fremont is also competing for the CA governors challenge and is in the lead.
Generally, the teachers at Fremont School are satisfactory in most respects. They are cordial and respond to parents in a timely manner on student's progress. However, the same can not be conveyed about the administration. The office staff (including principal) are extremely unprofessional, insensitive, and rude. They do not follow a code of ethics or proper procedures. What they do manage to accomplish is alienating the parents, students, and community. Therefore, this is not a healthy environment for the impressionable students to be exposed to on a daily basis. At this point the administration's main focus is not with the students, but instead centers around their own image.