List of Fremont Unified School District Elementary Schools - Mission Attendance Area - Gomes Elementary School

Gomes Elementary School

John M. Gomes Elementary School
555 Lemos Lane
Fremont, CA 94539
Type Public
Motto "Our mission is to provide equitable opportunities that educate, challenge and inspire students of all ages, talents and ability leeparing each with the skills required to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world."
Established 1970
Principal Douglas Whipple
Faculty approx. 60
Enrollment 889
Information (510) 656-3414
Colors Green and White


John M. Gomes Elementary School, more commonly known as Gomes Elementary, is an elementary school in Fremont, California. It is located at 555 Lemos Lane 94539. It is one of 28 elementary schools in the city belonging to the Fremont Unified School District. This school has an enrollment of approximately 889 students. Its current principal is Douglas Whipple and its mascot is Gomes Gopher. The school colors are green and white. Gomes is part of the Mission San Jose Attendance area, and its students move on to Hopkins Junior High School, and then to Mission San Jose High School.

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... Gomes Elementary is in one of most tight-knit communities in Fremont, and reports a very high level of parent involvement ... Their Back-to-School night and Open House have both reported attendance of about 95% ... There are many significant parent organizations on the campus, including the PTA, the School Site Council (SSC), the Emergency Preparedness Committee (GEPT), Traffic Safety Patrol ...

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