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‘Tiger Trust’ offers prizes as incentives

Malik Candler, Staff Writer

November 20, 2014

Fremont High School has opened the Tiger Trust. The Tiger Trust, which opened Nov. 12, is basically a store stocked with prizes, including T-shirts, iPhone cases, fake eyelashes and baked goods. The Tiger Trust does not...

Recent immigrants get to choose video course

Armando Gutierrez & Denny Zarate, Staff Writers

November 20, 2014

  Jasmene Miranda’s third period class may start a new trend at Fremont.   That Video Production class is open to students who are in the school's newcomer program, known as NEST. Students in NEST have been in t...

Enrollment up by 100; classes go over limits for start of school year

Stephanie Valencia and Yacsiry Hernandez, Writers

November 20, 2014

Fremont High started the year with overflowing classrooms, causing a lot of chaos for teachers and students. There are more than 100 students more than what the school district funded Fremont for this year. The increase of enro...

Three FHS academies unite for senior project

Quenajonay Frazier, Writer

November 20, 2014

Faculty members at Fremont have designed a new format for senior projects with the goal of making more graduates ready for college and standardizing the experience across campus. This year every senior is supposed to complete...

Oakland Unified agrees to end ‘Teachers on Special Assignment’ program

Edith Quintero, Features Editor

May 2, 2014

   Teachers at Fremont are now just teachers — not Teachers on Special Assignment. And that means they won’t have to reapply to continue to work here.    The change is due to a settlement reached between the Oakland Edu...

School may switch to eight period schedule

Stephanie Valencia, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2014

   In order for students to have more electives and teachers to have more planning time,  Fremont is considering an eight-period schedule. Oakland Unified School District has proposed that Fremont, along with Castlemont and ...

Lady Tigers First Win

Lady Tigers First Win

March 28, 2014

Fremont considers eight-period schedule

Stephanie Valencia, Editor in Chief

March 11, 2014

In order for students to have more electives and teachers to have more planning time,  Fremont is considering an eight-period schedule. Oakland Unified School District has proposed that Fremont, along with Castlemont and McClymonds,...

Health Education Programs Open to Fremont Students

February 18, 2014

La Clinica Peer Health Education is offering two new programs for students. The first program is called “Tobacco Prevention Program.” The program is designed for students to offer information on harms and effects of tobacco...

P.E. teachers, students uniformly challenged

January 23, 2014

Physical Education teacher Darlene Miller has decided not to purchase custom-made gym clothes with her own money and resell them to students because she loses too much money. Miller had been ordering custom-made Fremont...

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