Maloney Elementary School serves an ethnically diverse community of 600 children and their families. We have twenty-four regular classrooms, three special education classrooms, one resource classroom, a library, a computer lab, and a science lab. In addition to the regular classroom instruction, students receive specialized instruction from teachers in computers, science, and physical education. Classroom teachers may take their students to the computer lab for other technology-related lessons. All classrooms are equipped with multiple computers networked to a site server.
First Lady Michelle Obama, the USDA, the U.S. Department of Education, and Epicurious present the 3RD ANNUAL HEALTHY LUNCHTIME CHALLENGE RECIPE CONTEST FOR JR. CHEFS AGED 8 TO 12 YEARS LAST DATE TO ENTER – APRIL 5TH, 2014. Visit http://www.recipechallenge.epicurious.com/ for more information on Official Rules and how to submit your entry. You and your child could win a trip to Washington, D.C., and have the opportunity to represent your state at the Kids' "State Dinner," hosted by Mrs. Obama at the White House.
Irvington High School will be hosting "Replace the Race" event on Wednesday, March 26th from 3:30 4:45pm in the Irvington cafeteria.
Facing aging facilities in need of repair, the Fremont Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously to place a local school improvement funding measure on the June 2014 ballot.
We are pleased to announce that the Fremont Unified School District has been approved for a grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Program in the amount of $26,000. Sixty four community-based organizations applied for the grant and 16 were awarded.