About the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation

Meet our 2023 – 2024 Board of Directors

Rita Allen

My superpower is

The ability to step out of my comfort zone!

Manisha Anarkat

My superpower is

Finding joy in everything!

Ashish Garg

My superpower is

The ability to make other people smile!

Brad "Hawkeye" Loos

My superpower is


Yifan Mao

My superpower is my passion!

Loy Oppus-Moe

My superpower is

Having a growth mindset!

Mandana Nazeradl

My superpower is

Dedication and Compassion!

Eva Pang

My superpower is

Creativity and Determination!

Sanusi Tandun

My superpower is

Not stopping until I reach my goals!

Hung Wei

My superpower is

years of experience and wisdom!

Kelly Wissmar

My superpower is

Problem Solving Ninja!

Fremont Union High Schools Foundation is an all-volunteer, independent non-profit organization promoting educational excellence across our five high schools: Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook and Monta Vista.

If you support public education and would like to explore the possibility of joining our working board, please click here.


Work hard, have fun, and serve a great cause. The Foundation is seeking new board members or volunteers to help drive our legacy giving program and real estate partnerships.

 In Memoriam

It is with great sadness that we share the news that Foundation Board Member and longtime FUHSD trustee and former  teacher Roy Rocklin passed away on March 19, 2023. 

As a proud descendent of Jewish immigrants who escaped violence and poverty in eastern Europe, Roy was a strong supporter of immigrants seeking a better life in the USA.

Roy grew up in Walnut Creek. After graduating from Ignacio Valley High School, he majored in
Chemistry at UC Santa Cruz and went on to earn a PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of
North Carolina. After working in industry for 25 years designing and developing instruments
used in analytical chemistry, Roy switched careers and taught chemistry and physics for ten years at
Lynbrook High School. He often said he worked twice as hard for half the money! In 2016, Roy became
a politician and in a “landslide” won a position on the Fremont Union High School District Board of

Roy was a true “Renaissance Man” with a wide variety of interests and pursuits ranging from amateur
radio in his teen years, to photography, wine-making, bike riding, visual arts, classical music, genealogy,
baseball and all areas of science. Roy followed his interests with a passion and never hesitated to take on a new challenge. As a volunteer for the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation, Roy became an expert in donor base software and worked tirelessly to maintain accurate records for the Foundation.

On the personal side Roy met the love of his life piano teacher Marsha through the Classical Music
Lovers Exchange in 1982. They spent the next forty plus years making beautiful music together.
Marsha’s piano performances brought him great joy and he spent countless hours recording and editing
her concerts to preserve her musical legacy. Other surviving family members include daughter Rachel
Amelia Rocklin and son-in-law Dan Dearborn, son Gabriel Rocklin and wife Jaline Gerardin. One of
Roy’s greatest joys was becoming a “Zaydie” to their children Natalie and Laura. Roy is also survived
by his beloved sister Janet and brother-in-law Richard Katz along with other cherished nieces and

In Roy’s honor and memory, the family requests that donations be made to AVID Senior Scholarships
through the Fremont Union High Schools Foundation https://www.fuhsd.org/academics/academic-support/avid

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Foundation fund at my school?

The Foundation funds programs in three general areas:

  1. Academic Enrichment (Robotics Teams, Visual and Performing Arts)
  2. Student Support Services (SchoolLoop to facilitate communications between home and school)
  3. College and Career Readiness (Naviance online portal to help with college planning and research, resume building workshop, mock interviews, job/internship fair)

What is the current donation amount requested and is it tax deductible?

The Foundation currently suggests a $400 donation per student per school year and donations of any amount are greatly appreciated. All donations are tax-deductible and our tax identification number is 94-2907804.

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What if I can't donate the suggested amount?

Every donation, for any amount, makes a difference and we’re grateful for any amount you can give.

There are other ways to help! If you shop on Amazon, you can donate via Amazon Smile. We also have a Vehicle Donation Program, and you can sign up to volunteer with us.

Does my donation really matter?

Yes! Every donation, for every amount, makes a difference. One family might think their donation won’t make a difference, but it does matter. Think about it: If ALL families rally together for ALL of our students, collectively we go farther.

Your financial support allows the Foundation to support exceptional educational experiences that students, colleges and employers value in our community.

When all students benefit, our whole community benefits. And as we know, there is a direct, positive correlation between extraordinary schools and property values.

How can I learn more about the Foundation?

We invite you to join us at our monthly board meeting, held the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm at the District Office located at 589 W. Fremont Avenue in Sunnyvale.
Still have questions?

Contact us to discuss ways your business or organization can contribute to the Foundation and support our schools and students!

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