Superintendent CJ Cammack Departing Fremont Unified School District at End of 2023-24 School Year

Dear Fremont Unified Community,

Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) Superintendent CJ Cammack has notified the Board of Trustees that he will depart his position with FUSD at the end of the 2023-24 school year. Mr. Cammack will become superintendent of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) as of July 1, 2024, pending final approval by the SRVUSD Board of Education later this month.

“As a Board Trustee and a parent, I am grateful to Superintendent Cammack for the work he has done to sustain the excellence in our district and to improve it as well,” said FUSD Board President Yajing Zhang. “Our students, staff and community will continue to benefit from the actions taken through the collaborative leadership of the Board and Superintendent Cammack, and we will continue to grow from the foundation we have strengthened during his tenure. We wish him well in his new endeavors.”

Since August 2020, when the Board of Trustees selected Mr. Cammack as Superintendent, the FUSD leadership team has overseen many achievements and efforts, including: the District’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including distance learning and the return to in-person instruction; successful negotiation of a three-year collective bargaining agreement between the District and each of its labor partners; the addition of counselors to each elementary school; the expansion of Wellness Centers to all secondary schools; the opening of Lila Bringhurst Elementary School and Rix-Glankler Early Learning Center; unification of the District’s Mandarin and Spanish immersion programs; the expansion of environmental education and waste reduction efforts; and the completion of the district-wide conversion to a middle school model.

“I am confident that my passion and commitment to providing the best education for students have made meaningful improvements in Fremont Unified, and I am grateful to the incredible team of FUSD educators, community groups and families for their partnership to serve FUSD students,” said Cammack. “I only know one way to do this work: with an unbridled passion for student success and a focus on building meaningful relationships. If that work is done successfully, it makes a world of difference and makes leaving very difficult.”

The Fremont Unified School Board will soon begin a thoughtful, strategic and collaborative process to search for a new superintendent to uphold the District’s commitment to providing learners the best educational opportunities, and continue its mission to educate, challenge and inspire all students. Information about the process will be announced and posted to as available.


Fremont Unified School District Board of Education
Superintendent CJ Cammack

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