SURFBoardE Overview

Students United for Representation to the Fremont Unified School District Board of Education

SURFBoardE is a student group comprised of fifteen students from schools in the Fremont Unified School District. It includes three representatives from each high school, American, Irvington, Kennedy, Mission, and Washington as well as one representative from each middle school. The student group serves as a liaison between the 35,000 students of FUSD and the district's Board of Education. SURFBoardE meets two times a month to discuss student issues, plan the District Representative Conference (DRC), and most importantly as the student voice at the district level.

SURFBoardE applications are currently open for the 2022-2023 school year! If you are a current freshman, sophomore, or junior interested in proactively serving and improving Fremont Unified School District, apply by Monday, April 3rd at 11:59 pm to be your school’s SURFBoardE representative!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact your corresponding representative listed in the application.


SURF Open Feedback Form

If you see or experience an issue that you would like FUSD to address, let SURFBoardE know through our open feedback form! Fill out so SURF can help you address problems in FUSD. You may choose to respond anonymously if you wish.

Get Involved in the District

Student representation at a district level is crucial! Joining Committees at District - Main is an easy way to help make a difference and earn community service hours. Like us on Facebook @FUSDSURF and follow us on Instagram @fusd.surfboarde to view our social media infographics which include district decision updates, board meeting previews, monthly recaps of district/SURFBoardE events, and more. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, email us at To apply for SURFBoardE look for announcements on our Facebook page, your school's announcements, and ASB communication platforms (applications open around March).