Precious Hoback, Assistant Principal
Dear Fremont Pathfinder Families and Guests,
It is with honor and great pleasure to be serving as the Law and Social Justice Administrator. I have been a part of the LAUSD family for the past 23 years as a teacher, instructional coach, coordinator, and currently an assistant principal. Fremont has made great progress over the years in ensuring the success of all students.
We strive to create an environment where each and every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his/her individual success. Students not only experience rigorous academics, but they also have access to work-based learning, career technical education, and student support. Our student learning outcomes are that all Pathfinders will become critical thinkers, effective communicators, and community leaders.
I am grateful and fortunate for the outstanding teachers and support staff at Fremont High. They support each and every student in achieving his/her potential, mastering content, attaining the skills necessary for college and career readiness, and providing an environment where every student feels connected to and supported by our Fremont community. LSJ teachers are committed to professional excellence. They support our instructional plan by using cooperative learning structures, research-based instructional strategies, equitable grading and instruction, habits of mind, project-based learning, and technology integration.
This year we introduced LSJ Scholar Plus, a program that will support the learning of all students. Some students will access extra assistance in classes where they are having difficulties mastering the essential standards, while others will be able to use the extra time as a study hall.
All of this is made possible by strong parent partnerships that are developed with our parents and our community members. Parent involvement in our Parent Advisory Committee, PTA, School Site Council, and English Language Advisory Committee guides our school towards excellence. School safety is our primary concern. Our partnership with the Los Angeles School Police Department provides our schools with a dedicated School Resource Officer to monitor our sites and form a meaningful relationship with our students.
I welcome meeting current and prospective parents and look forward to engaging in conversations on how to continue to assist our students in reaching their goals. My door is always open!