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Fremont Unified School District offers a Mandarin Immersion Program to all children enrolled in the district.

Welcome to the official website of the parents organization supporting the Mandarin Immersion Program of the Fremont Unified School District. This program is hosted by Azevada Elementary School in Fremont, CA. We are the Chinese Immersion Parents Council of Fremont (CIPCF).


FUSD Mandarin Immersion Program Mission Statement

“The mission of our Mandarin Immersion Program is to develop lifelong learners and well-rounded global citizens in an academically excellent, socially aware, and technologically advanced environment promoting Chinese language and cultural awareness.”






News and Events

Dr. James Morris, Superintendent of the FUSD will be the guest speaker at CIPCF’s March council meeting to discuss the Mandarin Immersion program. Also scheduled to speak will be Mr. Corey Brown, Hopkins Jr. High Principal to introduce Hopkins Jr. High and their preparation for the Mandarin Immersion program to start there next school year. Child-care (free) is provided in an adjacent room by high school volunteers.


Next CIPCF Council Meeting March 7th, 2017, 6:30pm

The Chinese Immersion Parents Council of Fremont (CIPCF) cordially invites you to attend our 5th annual Cultural Night. The event will take place on Friday January 27, 2017 at the Azevada Elementary Cafeteria and MPR starting at 6 PM PST.

CIPCF Hosts Free Chinese Cultural Night January 27th

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The CIPCF started its annual direct donation campaign on 11/7/2016 with the hopes of reaching a $40,000 goal. While we were close to reaching our goal going into the final day of the classroom competition, the last minute flurry of donations pushed us past our goal. We plan to use the money to provide much-needed school supplies, instructional materials, computers, library books, and study aid software, as well as supporting our teachers with professional development programs.

CIPCF’s Direct Donation Campaign Goal SMASHED!!!

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