Events at Youth and Family Services

Virtual Student Art Contest 2022 (1)

To celebrate the art, creativity, and resiliency of Fremont students, the City of Fremont Human Services Department, Youth and Family Services Division in partnership with Fremont Unified School District, hosted the fifth annual Children Mental Health Awareness Art Competition and Exhibition. 

The theme this year was “My Courage & Strength”.  Students living in Fremont and attending FUSD schools were encouraged to submit art, photographs, poetry, and digital work including spoken word performance, podcasts and short films. 

2022 Virtual Art Contest Winners!

Winner Grade Level School Type of Art Title of Art
Mayukha Sonjog
K - 1st grade Warwick Elementary Drawing "I Can Do It All"
Mason Liu 2nd - 3rd grade Parkmont Elementary  Drawing "Believe in Yourself"
Rhea Kolli 4th - 5th grade Ardenwood Elementary Drawing /Poem "Stand Up and Do Something"
Adwita Innamuri 4th - 5th grade Parkmont Elementary  Drawing "My Courage & Strength"
Caitlin Bautista 6th - 8th drade Walters Middle School Drawing "Resilience in a World of Adversity"
Riya Shelar 6th - 8th grade Thornton Jr. High Video "Strength:  What the Word No Means"
Ishanvi Putta 6th - 8th grade Thornton Jr. High Poem "Where Do We Find Courage and Strength"
Ananya Anand High School Irvington High Poem "Blooming Confidence"
Aretha Lee High School Mission San Jose High Drawing "To Grow Anew"