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  • Sewage leak halts hot lunches

    Sewage leak halts hot lunches

    Agnes Kaufusi, Lilian Mancia, and Jerome Pope, staff reporters

    October 8, 2016

    Fremont High School students went without hot food for lunch for the second day in a row due to a sewage leak that began Thursday Oct. 7 and continued into Friday. Instead, they received packaged lunches due to Oakland Unified School District policy that all foods be packaged to ensure the food does... READ MORE »»

    Fremont High School administration bought pizza for students on Friday after staff and students raised concern about the quality of the OUSD provided packaged lunches. The school kitchen remained closed due to a sewage leak.

    Agnes Kaufusi

  • Alumnus achieves dream

    Alumnus achieves dream

    Green & Gold, staff reporters

    October 6, 2016

    A Fremont High School alumnus never thought she would return to the school she once attended, but this fall, Nidya Baez is here to stay as one of two new Assistant Principals. While attending Fremont from 1999 to 2003, Baez thought the teachers and administration weren’t supportive of the students... READ MORE »»

    Nidya Baez, FHS ‘03 (right) speaking at a press conference about her experience as the new assistant principal of Fremont High School to the junior journalism students.

  • Teachers walk-in for funding

    Teachers walk-in for funding

    Green & Gold, Staff Reporters

    October 6, 2016

    A group of students and teachers stood in front of Fremont High School holding signs that read “Fund our schools, they’re our jewels” and “Pongan el dinero para las escuelas” as people in cars drove by honking their horns in support. The teacher walk-in held Thursday morning before school at... READ MORE »»

    Ms. Delfino, a History teacher at Fremont High School, holds a poster stating, “Put your money where your mouth is!!!!” while participating in a demonstration about funding for public schools.

    Bryan Mendoza

  • Rosemary McAtee keeps it real

    Rosemary McAtee keeps it real

    Green & Gold, Staff Reporters

    September 25, 2016

    When Rosemary McAtee first interviewed at Fremont High School, she didn’t think she would receive the position as co-principal. She took off to Panama for a vacation and it was there she found out she got the job. As one of two new co-principals sharing the role of administrator this fall, s... READ MORE »»

    Journalism students held a press conference with new co-principal Rosemary McAtee on Aug. 31, 2016.

  • Bernie Sanders wins Fremont High staff poll

    Bernie Sanders wins Fremont High staff poll

    Vincent Alley, Staff Writer

    March 24, 2016

    If the staff at Fremont High School chose the president of the United States, Bernie Sanders would win. “Bernie Sanders, love ‘em. Best candidate, by far,” said Maya Shweiky, an English and debate teacher. Sanders picked up 44 percent of the vote in a survey given by the Green & Gold... READ MORE »»

    Bernie Sanders has the most support from Fremont staff who took a recent survey.

Are they just clowning around?

Green & Gold, senior class reporters

A serious case of clown threats spreading throughout the country have reached Fremont High School. Students received threats on Instagram from multiple accounts Thursday afte...  Read More »

October 7, 2016

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Senior Sunrise for School Spirit

Jaymee Vaughn, Staff Reporter

Believe it or not, Fremont seniors are striving for a Senior Sunrise. Yes, that's right, seniors are up to getting to school before sunrise to celebrate with one another ...  Read More »

September 20, 2016

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School lunch to get spicier with help of sophomores

Amelia Mendoza Ramirez, Staff Writer

Fremont High is about to get spicer with the help of sophomores in the Media Academy. That’s because the Oakland Unified School District is getting ready to add a spice...  Read More »

April 21, 2016

  • Teachers on drug use: ‘Do as I say, not as I did’ April 20, 2016
  • Golden State Warriors bring surprising results on Fremont High survey April 12, 2016
  • School year ‘not the best,’ say Fremont High teachers in poll March 24, 2016

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New Fremont High administrators needed now

Green & Gold, Staff Writers

Fremont students are very upset about the school’s new administration and an incident Jan. 8 pushed some of them to organize a protest yesterday that called on the district...  Read More »

January 28, 2016

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