Croghan’s students have been learning different skills to help them get along with each other and make good decisions.
Thirteen kindergarten-5th graders have been honored as Students of the Month each month since September for striving
to be kids with good character. Families proudly display lawn signs for this honor, and students’ names are listed in
the Croghan Newsletter with a group photo. These students are again commended for demonstrating good character during a
pizza with the principal gathering.
January 26th-30th was a very special week for the Croghan School students and staff as they all celebrated good character
during the annual Character Counts Week. During Character Counts Week, Croghan was filled with the colors and sounds of
character! There were announcements and lessons to remind us that our character counts everywhere all the time!
Hallways were decorated with the colors that are associated with each character trait, and most students and staff wore
the color for the character trait of the day. It was no surprise that our very talented art teacher, Greg Harrison, won
the door decorating contests for both Croghan and Washington Schools. The photo below does not capture the entire piece;
The Emerald City is included as well. Croghan’s students continue to work hard to make their classrooms and our communities
better places by being more respectful, responsible, and safe.
Pictured from left to right with Art Teacher, Greg Harrison:
Shariell Haywood, Jelissa Sims, and Elijah Simms
FCS: Educating for the Future
What do attending
Harvard, patenting a medical
invention, singing at
the White House, playing
professional football, and
running an international
business have in common?
All of these accomplishments
have been achieved
by Fremont City Schools’
alumni. FCS is rich in tradition
reaching from its strong
academics to its outstanding
music and athletic programs.
Students are encouraged
to get involved in one
or more of the 65 student
clubs and activities that are
offered. Caring educators provide lessons in an engaging manner supported by research-based instructional practices.
Technology is used daily and is continually being updated to provide students with the skills they will need to succeed.
We are looking for students to carry on the rich traditions for which Fremont City is known, starting with our Kindergarten
Round Up! We are currently taking appointments and registering future Little Giants. If you have a child,
grandchild, niece or nephew who will be 5 years of age by August 1, 2015, they are eligible to attend kindergarten in the
2015-2016 school year. Registration packets are ready for pick up at the District Office located at 500 W. State Street or
packets can be printed off our web site at www.fremontschools.net/StudentRegistration. Once the packet is completed,
call 419-334-5441 for an appointment to complete the registration process. Important items to bring with you to your
appointment are your child’s birth certificate, immunization records, court custody papers (if applicable), and proof of
residency (such as lease or rental agreement, recent utility bill, tax bill, paycheck stub, insurance, bank statement, etc.).