“Since boogers swallow germs, and touching germs can make you sick, you should try to never, ever touch boogers with your fingers.” Not exactly the words you expect to hear from an author, but they are the exact words Julia Cook wrote in her book I am a Booger…Treat Me With Respect! Julia shared this book and others with the Kindergarten and First Grade and had their attention the entire hour. Julia Cook lives in Fremont, . . .
4th graders in Mrs. Archer’s Reading Class have been reading the book entitled Dear Mr. Henshaw. The main character in the book, Leigh Botts, encounters a problem when someone keeps stealing items out of his lunch box. His solution to the problem is to build an alarm for his lunch box to keep the thieves out!! To go along with the story, students were then challenged to . . .
Here to educate, entertain and INSPIRE, UNL's all-male a cappella group, "Bathtub Dogs!" Performing in the North Gym on TUES, OCT 18th from 9-9:45am (2nd period). Can't make it? Tune in to Freeman's STRIVE TV - compliments of Mr. Aaron Delhay. You WON'T want to miss this!
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The first quarter of the 2016-17 school year has been a busy one in Math for the fifth and sixth graders. Both groups have been working on Math concepts that will be a part of the Nebraska State Assessments, next Spring. Our current Math series, Pearson Mathematics, is broken into topics, instead of chapters. The fifth graders have completed two topics so far this year. Topic 1 was related to the place value systems of . . .
The Freeman FFA, with help from the Nemaha Valley 4-H Club, helped grow and harvest over 1,900 pounds of produce from the Freeman Community Garden in 2016. Ag classes and FFA members planted a wide variety of crops in April and May and tended the garden throughout the summer months with the help of the Nemaha Valley 4-H Club. This summer and fall, weekly harvests have ranged from 30 pounds in July to 397 pounds in August at . . .
On Thursday, October 6 th , the Freeman 4 th graders went on a field trip to the Filley Stone Barn and Homestead National Monument to spend a day exploring different aspects of pioneer life in Nebraska. They were able to try many farm activities while at the Stone Barn, such as shucking and shelling corn, sawing wood, digging post holes, and even taking a horse drawn wagon ride. They were able to watch a blacksmith and . . .