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Croghan Second Graders Experiment at Imagination Station

Croghan 2nd Grade Imagination Station

Second grade students had an amazing time on their field trip to Imagination Station in Toledo, Ohio. Croghan second grade students were able to participate in numerous hands-on science investigations and activities. During our trip, students experimented with many different scientific theories, as well as investigating and proving their hypothesis. Students were able to participate in a variety of experiments such as the hurricane machine, the pulley system tug of war, water works, airplane simulator, bo-yo (the human yo-yo) and our favorite the tilted house. Our day was exciting and educational.  We can’t wait to go back again next year.

Story by Croghan Second Grade Teachers


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-June 25, 2018-6:30p.m.-Fremont Middle School,1250 North Street


An Update From Fremont City Schools Superintendent Mr. Jon Detwiler

On March 24, 1997, the Supreme Court of Ohio declared the public school funding system unconstitutional. For 21 years, legislators have failed to address the issue. The funding system that we have in Ohio has become so complicated that it is very difficult to understand. The current system forces many districts to repeatedly go to their communities for additional funds. This process erodes the public’s confidence in our school leaders.

Fremont City Schools has done an admirable job managing its budget and has not received additional operating money since 2003. The levy on the ballot on Tuesday, May 8th, is not additional money. It is a Renewal. This levy was originally passed in 1993 and has been passed in its current form every five years since 2003. This will be the fourth renewal of this levy. The citizens of Fremont have seen this as a necessary funding source since the students in our current senior class were three years old.

If the Renewal Levy does not pass, we would have to eliminate over 150 employees to make up this loss of revenue. Please vote on May 8th.

Everywhere I go in this community, I hear about the positive momentum we are experiencing. New elementary schools and a new high school coming soon, revitalized downtown, respected civic leaders, growing businesses, and a flourishing public park system are just some of the things happening in our community.

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