Fremont City School District
Fremont City School District

Otis Elementary School
Apollo Team
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The Otis Elementary School Apollo Team is hard at work this summer preparing for the NASA sponsored ANGLeS Challenge. The team has built a moon lander replica and an EV3 Mindstorm Robot and are practicing hard. The competition takes place in Monroe, Michigan on July 20, 2019 to commemorate the 50th year anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.

Good luck, team!

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Fremont City Schools is a proud participant in the Ohio Seal of Biliteracy Program

Seniors who would like to apply to earn the Ohio Seal of BiIiteracy should contact Mrs. Ward or Ms. Huth by the end of February of their senior year.  More information on the requirements of earning the Ohio Seal of Biliteracy can be found by clicking the link below.

Next Board of Education Meeting:
Regular Meeting
August 12, 2019
6:00 P.M.
Fremont Middle School
1250 North Street

An Update From Fremont City Schools Superintendent Mr. Jon Detwiler

After more than a year of planning, the new elementary schools are coming up out of the ground. We have our contractors on board and the footers and foundations are underway. The energized economy and competitive bidding climate have made the budget and schedule a challenge, but we remain on schedule and on budget. The Gilbane Construction Team, who has partnered locally with Mosser Construction, has worked hard to help us achieve our building goals. We have already brought a lot of business to our community and anticipate more opportunities with the high school project that will follow the opening of the elementaries by one year. We currently have about 68% of the work at the elementary schools coming from union contractors. We have also partnered with the Sandusky County Visitorís Bureau to offer Contractor Discount Cards to give our workers deals at local businesses during this project. Some of the other impacts include...

  • The consolidation of the seven elementaries into four will allow us to be more efficient with our staffing needs. We have begun the process of paring down our staff to match the new scenario.
  • We have shortened our school year breaks for next year in order to allow for a slightly longer summer for moving into the new buildings in the fall of 2020.
  • We are looking at the new boundaries that will be necessary as we reduce our district into four identical elementary schools from seven.

All of these positive developments are due to the generosity of this community that so graciously supported this building program along with the Stateís matching dollar program. It is a good time to be a Little Giant.

Jon C. Detwiler, Superintendent

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Fremont City School Board Members unanimously approved the repeal of the Pay to Participate program for all extra-curricular activities. The Board has recognized the burden on families and is committed to removing the barriers for students to participate. The District has worked on cost saving efforts in other areas to make this possible. The changes will be implemented immediately for the
School Year.

Please refer to the Athletics tab for sports schedule updates.


If your Ross graduating class will be having a reunion and you are interested in a tour of any school facilities, please contact the Superintendent's Office at (419)334-5432.

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