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....Come support the Freeman Wrestlers at the home District Wrestling Meet on Friday at 3:00. Wrestling will resume on Saturday at 10:00 am.....No School on Friday, February 11th. ....

Bill, Will, Trig = Compound Interest Problem

This past week, students in Trig class were given the following problem: Will and Bill are twin brothers who are 65 years old. Forty-five years ago, Bill started a savings account and put $2,000 in the account at the end of each year. After 20 years of contributions, Bill stopped making new deposits but left the money in the account. The fund produced returns of 10% per year compounded yearly. Will started his own savings account . . . read more

Feb 8, 2016

Parent Access To Student Canvas Accounts

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Freeman Public School implemented Canvas Learning Management system this fall for grades 7-12. Canvas connects all of the digital tools a teacher uses into one place and is a way for teachers to provide coursework and e-learning opportunities for students.  Teachers can post videos, presentations, handouts, assignments as well as . . . read more

Feb 8, 2016

3rd Graders Show Off Classroom Donations

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3rd graders Madison Fikar, Trevor Reed, Derek Krause, and Ryleigh Waldstein hold items donated to their classroom by family and friends.

Several family and friends of Freeman Elementary 3rd grade students donated Classroom Cares gift cards recently. The gift cards were used to purchase classroom buzzers, math games, and other items. The 3rd graders want to thank those who made these generous donations, and we look forward to enjoying these resources as the year continues. read more

Feb 6, 2016
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