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Principal Pam Motsenbocker
Asst. Principal Jeff Kersten
28871 N. Fremont Center Road
Mundelein, IL 60060
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Sixth Grade Orientation PowerPoint
Missed the Fremont Middle School orientation meeting? Download the PowerPoint here.

This spring students will sign up for related studies classes, “specials”, in which they want to participate. In April, a packet with information about the classes and sign up procedures will be sent home.

At the Middle School there are different levels of math and language arts classes. Students will proceed through the placement process this spring and a review of each student’s data will determine placement for sixth grade. Details of the placement process will be posted on the Middle School page in April. Final placements will be sent home by the end of May.

At the end of May, the fifth grade students will visit the middle school during the school day. Students will meet the 6th grade teachers and take a tour of the building.

Below is an outline of the events affecting fifth graders:
  • April 9 – April 25 Sign up for related studies classes. View class options here.
  • April – May Placement process for Math and Language Arts
  • May – Fifth grade students visit the Middle School 

Latest News

  • Band Performs

    The Fremont Middle School sixth grade band attended the VanderCook College of Music BandFest. The band students performed for various college music professors. The judges offered written and taped comments related to the band performance.

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  • Science Club Dissection

    Students poked and prodded a dogfish shark during an after school science club activity. Story:

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  • Jazz Bands Awe Crowds

    Fremont Middle School's jazz bands participated in the 49th annual Mundelein Jazz Invitational at Mundelein high school recently. Read this story and more here.

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  • 5Essentials Survey

    Parents are invited to participate in a statewide survey where they will rate the overall performance of their child’s school against state norms and standards in 5 key areas. Click here to take the survey.

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  • Summer School

    Fremont offers 74 unique summer classes from some of the best teaching staff in the county. Register now.

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  • Students Place First in Math Competition

    Ninety students in grades 6 through 12 competed in the first Mundelein Mayor’s Cup Math Challenge over the weekend. A handful of students represented Fremont Middle School, which placed first in the middle school competition against 11 teams. In the individual competition, eighth grader Nicholas Baginski, placed second. Cash prizes were awarded for placing in the top three of a given category. Students who helped Fremont place first in the competition included Scott Haseman, 14, Joe Dolf, 12, Abbie Lukas, 14, and Sommer Ray, 13 Ryann Ray, 12, and Nicholas Baginski, 14. Math teacher Doug Knox sponsored the team.

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  • MathCounts

    Fremont Middle School's MathCounts club competed recently at the College of Lake County. Twenty schools competed. MathCounts is a national math enrichment, coaching and competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement through grassroots involvement. Students who competed were Scott Haseman, Ryan Ray, Abbie Lukas and Nicholas Baginski. MathCounts coach is Doug Knox. The math team is scheduled to compete at Mundelein High School and Stevenson in the near future.

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  • Registration Fees Set

    The Fremont Board of Education established registration fees for the 2014-15 school year. The board has added a $50 technology fee per student. Read the story here.

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  • 2014-15 Calendar

    Fremont has finalized the school calendar for the 2014-15 academic year. Click here to view dates.

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  • Classroom Goes One-to-One

    The Fremont Education Foundation and the district shared in the $33,000 cost of purchasing 30 laptop computers for Mrs. Poglayen. Exclusive access to the Internet has made it possible for this teacher to do away with paper and pencil projects and even the textbook to a large extent. Read the story here.

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