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...Music Booster Soup Supper, Thursday, January 19 at HS, serving from 5-7 pm or until soup is gone.....

Driver's Ed Scheduled for June 5-8

Driver’s Education 2017   Freeman Public Schools will be offering Driver’s Education this summer for any student 17 years of age and younger who is interested.  Mr. Greg Peterson of Sterling, Nebraska and Mr. Luke Boldt of Sterling, Nebraska will be the course instructors. All classes will meet in Room S108 (Music Room) of Freeman High School, 415 Eighth Street, Adams, Nebraska.  Twenty . . .

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Celebrating National Mentoring Month

January is National Mentoring Month, celebrating the benefits of quality youth mentoring across the country.   Every day in communities across the country, our neighbors are volunteering their time with quality mentoring programs to be someone who matters to someone who matters – a consistent, supportive and guiding hand to our young people. At its most basic level, mentoring is successful in real life because it . . .

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Academic Focus Period Introduced

Effective with the beginning of the second semester, any student who is identified as INCOMPLETE or FAILING, as per the final list provided by Mrs. Kelly on Monday afternoons, will be subject to mandatory assignment for an Academic Focus Period.  Students will report to their 9 th Period (IAP) as normal, but once attendance has been taken (approximately 3:20 pm), all students on EITHER list will be assigned to go to Room S200 to do . . .

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2016-17 School Calendar Adjusted

Freeman to Host High School MUDECAS Quiz Bowl

Freeman's Board of Education took action on Monday, January 9, to modify the calendar for the 2016-17 school year. The Board voted to move a staff development day from Friday, March 31 to Wednesday, March 29.  While staff will still report both days, students will now be attending classes on Friday, March 31 instead of Wednesday, March 29. This calendar change was necessitated by a change in MUDECAS scheduling. . . .

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Ruse Buzzes to the 2017 Geographic Bee Title

Holden Ruse, an 8 th grade student at Freeman won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee on Tuesday, January 10 th and now has a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.  The school-level Bee, at which students answered oral questions on geography, was the first round in the 2017 National Geographic Bee. Thousands of schools around the United States participate in the Bee.  The school winners, . . .

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Music Department to see "The Sound of Music" at the Omaha Orpheum

The Freeman Music Department is excited to provide this optional music field trip to interested students. Tickets were purchased in the fall of this year as the Omaha Orpheum sells out quickly. We will have 17 students and 6 chaperones attending the trip.  This opportunity is one that greatly benefits any individual who attends as well as the music department at Freeman. A passion for music and the arts is one that, when stirred at . . .

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Semester One Honor/Merit Roll Announced

2016-2017 Freeman Junior-Senior High School First Semester Honor and Merit Roll Honor Roll   Seniors: Tavish Hestermann, Payton Huls, Taylor Larkins, Kaitlyn Meints, Kyle Otto, Maggie Parde, Samantha Pella, Gabe VanEngen, Caty Weber Juniors: Felisha Moore Sophomores: Macy Holland, Jordan Jurgens, Ashley Parde, Freshmen: Addison Dorn, Brylie Hartwig, RaeAnn . . .

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Best of 2016 Freeman Art

Freeman Art Best of 2016      Freeman provides students with three opportunities during the day to take art.  Each class has at least four different levels of art that provide students the opportunity to experience every media that they might see if taking a college art class.  The average class size is 10-20 students per class. This year we have 42, 9-12 grade students taking art with only 3 . . .

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