2021 E. Flora • Stockton, CA 95205
Joseph Martinez, Principal
Grades K-8: 8:05am - 3:05pm
Office Hours: 7:50am - 3:20pm
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APTT Meetings This Week
Together we can make a difference!
APTT (Academic Parent Teacher Team) meetings will be held this week, November 18 - November 22. We had a great turn out for the first meeting, but highly encourage all parents/guardians to attend. Please contact your child's teacher for the date and time of your meeting.
On February 28, 2013 Fremont Lopez Elementary was visited by the Stockton Rotary Club #92. They brought 17 voluntary readers. The readers visited our Kindergarten through Third Grade classes and read books to those classes. They then gave the books to the teacher for their classroom library. Many of the readers also brought along classroom supplies for our teachers. The students were so excited when the readers came into the classrooms to read. They were very engaged by the stories and the enthusiasm the readers put into reading the stories to our students.
Free Dictionaries from Stockton Rotary Club #92
On March 1, 2013 Fremont Lopez Elementary was visited by Gary Gillis and Gary Putnam from Stockton Rotary Club #92. They brought free student dictionaries for all of our third grade students. Mr. Gillis and Mr. Putnam went to all our third grade classes and handed out the dictionaries to each student. Then they showed the students all the useful information that was in the dictionary and practiced how to look up a word. In addition they gave a book to each Third Grade Teacher to read to their class. The book is about the Rotary Four-Way Test that all Rotarians live by and serve their local communities and the world. The students were so excited to be given a dictionary that was their own and that they could keep forever. They were very engaged by the enthusiasm that Mr. Gillis and Mr. Putnam brought into their classrooms.
Fremont Saturday School for Students
We offer many classes from sports and fitness to art, science, math, and technology. In the enclosed photos our students are making clay from coffee grounds to create fossils of dinosaur foot prints and various sea shells. In a drawing class our students are learning shading techniques. Our first and second graders are learning about birds. In this case parrots in particular while making a replica of the colorful bird. Our computer lab is used by our first grade classes and our upper grade classes. Our students range from kindergarten to eighth grade and all look forward to coming each Saturday. Our students enjoy the hands on projects that also gives them something to take home with them to share with their parents.
Fremont School Teachers and Parents Work Together at the APTT Conference
Approximately 40 to 60 fourth grade parents showed up for the APTT (Academic Parent Teacher Team) Conference which focuses on the teacher/parent partnership a key factor for student success .
Love Stockton! 9/29/2012
For the second year in a row, Fremont School was blessed with volunteers from First Baptist Church of Stockton who came out to assist with various projects around the school site. They ranged in age from college students attending Pacific to older adults, and even a family from the Fremont neighborhood.
Among the projects completed were cleaning out and organizing the school science closet, organizing the P.E. Equipment storage room, helping locate, label, and file books in the library, and painting decorative squares in the main hallway that will later feature photograph of families from the school. An especially fun project was painting “paw prints” in the hallways for the younger students to follow when they walk in line. One volunteer had attended Fremont back when it was a middle school, and she said she wanted to return to the school she had attended to give back. Another brought her children to teach them that it was important to invest in the community that you live in to make it a better place to live and work.
Fremont was even visited by the Mayor of Stockton, Ann Johnston, and SUSD Superintendent Steven Lowder, who came to meet with volunteers and support the work being done by LOVE Stockton in the SUSD community. It was a very positive experience and a great privilege to see the volunteers work so willingly to help Fremont School.