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Sunnyvale, CA
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- Requires a High School diploma or its equivalent supplemented by two years increasingly responsible experience in cooking and baking food in large quantities.
- Requires fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice.
- May require a valid driver’s license.
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Fremont Union High School District
Melissa Duran
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Dear Parents and Community Members, We could not be more proud of our high schools Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook and Monta Vista as our students continue to excel! Our academic performance scores are among the very highest in the state for high schools. Furthermore, we are one of the very few high school districts statewide that offers a seven-period academic day making it even more possible for students to participate in our nationally recognized visual and performing arts programs and on athletic teams. We are proud of the rich and robust curricular program that our District offers our students. However, continuing this level of education has its challenges. You have no doubt heard that the Governor declared a fiscal emergency which threatens public school funding. Many districts throughout the state are resorting to program cuts and layoffs. Working collaboratively with our staff and school board, we are doing everything possible to ensure that cuts do not affect our students. Strong support from our community, in the form of our 2004 Measure L Parcel Tax dollars, has helped our district stave off decreases in salaries and programs. Additionally, because local business and property taxes remain high, we are not yet hit by the effect of the nationwide housing crisis. So for the short term, I am optimistic that our high-quality educational program will remain largely intact.