Modesto City Schools’ Open Plan Program started in the Fall of 1976 with four teachers and 99 students at Fremont School. This alternative program was established as a school within a school for any family within the district who wanted their children to attend. The program was and is maintained under the same funding resources, academic standards, conduct code and legal criteria as other schools in the district.
Today, Fremont Open Plan maintains approximately 200 enrolled students and nine teachers. Fremont Open Plan and Fremont Neighborhood join in many student activities, such as Chorus, Orchestra, Band, Student Council, Traffic Patrol, Resource, Reading Buddies, and Speech. All of us at FOP strive to live and grow from our disappointments and accomplishments as a committed team of students, teachers, parents, administrators, and support staff in an effort to offer a quality educational experience to our community of families.
Enrollment Interest Deadline
The deadline to register for a tour and the parent meetings (to be eligible for the lottery) is January 31, 2013.
Fremont Open Plan is Modesto City Schools’ public alternative education program for kindergarten through sixth grade. Interested parents and guardians must visit the school office to register for a tour and sign up to attend two parent meetings. Kindergarten enrollment is lottery-based; parents or guardians must attend a tour and the two parent meetings for their child to be eligible for the 2013-14 school year lottery.
For more, call (209) 576-4679. Fremont Elementary School, 1220 W. Orangeburg Ave.
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