FPS Announces 2020 Learning Center Graduates

FREMONT-  Fremont Public Schools has announced the graduation of 28 students from the Learning Center.

The Learning Center is an alternative academic and work experience program for students in grades 8-12. The Learning Center is a full-day academic program that requires academic, attendance, citizenship, and vocational goal completion. Students have dual enrollment at Fremont High School, work experience, or college dual enrollment.

A live graduation ceremony was held on July 21 at the Fremont High School Auditorium to recognize the graduates on their accomplishment. “It is an honor to have been able to hold a live graduation ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of these outstanding young adults. It is truly inspirational to hear their stories and to know the effort that they have put forth to earn their degree. They have all developed a strong foundation which will serve them well in their future endeavors,” said Scott Jensen, executive director of secondary operations.

Please help us congratulate the following students on their achievement.

  • Hannah Burdess
  • Hannah Burns
  • Josselin Calderon
  • Patrick Carpenter
  • Chandra Carr
  • Eleyanna Del Jesus
  • Austin Durand
  • Keaton Finck
  • Jared Fisher
  • Brooklynn Freund
  • Zaylie Garcia
  • Jerry Garza
  • Cole Hain
  • Nicole Hittle
  • Jaime Knoell
  • Luke Lehmann
  • Marissa Lincoln
  • Erika Medina
  • Yamilexy Otero
  • Sydney Roberts
  • Amy Schulkey
  • Braxten Smith
  • Dylan Stednitz
  • Andrew Taylor
  • Carlos Valdenea
  • Max Vanderworth
  • Melody Walto
  • Andrew Wilson

“The 2020 graduates of the Learning Center are diverse in their backgrounds, their scholarly interests, and pathways to graduation. However, this class is uniform in their commitment to their education and building toward a better future for themselves. We have enjoyed setting goals, designing future plans, and watching the graduates meet and surpass the expectations placed before them. The class of 2020 has grown into intelligent productive citizens. They deserve all the praise for their hard work and we cannot wait to see the places that they go!” Lea Bruner, Learning Center Head Teacher.

The mission statement of the Fremont Public Schools is to produce creative, adaptable, productive citizens committed to lifelong learning.

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