About Our School
John C. Fremont is in a small agricultural community in the Central San Joaquin Valley in California. In 1949, the citizens of Corcoran voted on a special tax to construct a new eight-classroom elementary school. The board of trustees asked the people of Corcoran to suggest a name for the new school. The new school was dedicated on April 28, 1950, and officially named John C. Fremont, after one of the United States’ leading western explorers in the 1830s and 1840s. Fremont is one of three elementary schools within Corcoran and serves all of the second and third grade students in the district. The dedicated Fremont staff is committed to providing a learning environment that promotes academic excellence for every child!
Our administration and staff all believe in and strive for the same goals.
- Students will learn to read at grade level or above while developing a love for reading.
- Students will learn to write fluently for a variety of purposes.
- Students will gain an understanding of mathematical concepts and the role that math plays in all areas of life.
- Technology will be used as a tool to enhance all areas of the curriculum.
- Staff will provide instruction and support to meet the needs of the diverse learners in our school community.
- Staff and students will create an environment that is orderly, safe, inviting, and stimulating.
Our School Site Council
School Site Council meets on the first Thursday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in room F-1A on the John C. Fremont campus. We encourage all Fremont parents to attend and to get involved in the decision-making process of the school. Remember, we are a team!
English Learner Advisory Committee
ELAC participation does not require that you be a parent of an English learner at the school. We invite all Fremont parents to attend. ELAC meets on the last Thursday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in room F-1A on the John C. Fremont campus.