Fremont Union High Schools Foundation
Expanding opportunities to explore, discover, and learn.
Whether you’re a parent, a business leader, a teacher, a concerned member of the community or all of the above, you benefit from the award-winning public schools in our district.
Our mission is to raise funds and develop resources to support educational programs that benefit every student in the FUHS District.
CARE SOLACE PARTNERSHIP FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
For the 2021-2022 school year, the District is partnering with Care Solace, an online resource to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services.
The Foundation is proud to support this important program.
The preferred method for FUHSD students and families to access Care Solace services is by contacting our School Linked Services Specialist Jasmine Kroner at email@example.com or 408-522-2288 x4056. Our administrators, guidance counselors, school-based therapists and psychologists can assist in making a referral to School Linked Services.
- Calling (888) 515-0595 to speak with someone from the Care Solace Concierge team
- Visiting our custom direct link at www.caresolace.com/FUHSD
The Foundation is excited to announce that thanks to your generosity, we were able to allocate $410,000 to support our 10,000+ students- our largest gift ever! Along with this increased amount, we were able to support more programs, such as student mental health services. For more information please see our What We Fund page.
We can’t do it without you. Please donate today.
The Foundation Supports FBLA and DECA
One of the programs the Foundation funds is FBLA / DECA in all 5 schools. Here’s a testimonial from Byron Lee of Homestead’s FBLA:
Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities (BAYCO) is a Foundation-funded program. Students from all five schools are encouraged to take advantage of BAYCO’s resume writing and mock interview workshops.
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We invite you to invest with us in our schools, our community and the lives of our students.
~ Dr. Seuss
~ Robert Orben
~ Nelson Mandela
~ Henry B Adams