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Bring your "A" Game

“You win or lose by how you choose.” “Bring your ‘A’ game.” “Be in it to win it.” These were just a few of the memorable phrases shared by DeMoine Adams with the Freeman student body on March 15. Adams is a former University of Nebraska standout football player originally from Pine Bluff, Arkansas. As a 3-time Brook Berringer Citizenship award recipient, DeMoine Adams is a Motivational Speaker and Consultant, and . . .

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Reviewing the Citizenship Rubric – Are You Doing What It Takes to Be Honorable?

Reviewing the Citizenship Rubric – Are You Doing What It Takes to Be Honorable? Each semester as treats are dished out for students earning Honorable citizenship distinction, teachers have students ask why they weren’t considered Honorable in the classroom.  I took the time one day to have the students brainstorm the qualities indicative of an Honorable student and here is the list in their own words: . . .

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Devin Behrens "Artsonia Artist of the Week"

                                                                   "Vote Devin Artsonia Artist of the Week" Great News!  Devin2412, from Freeman K-12, has been selected as a finalist for this week's "Artist of the Week" award for the . . .

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SeeSaw in Kindergarten

This school year, there has been a lot of emphasis on how to use technology effectively in the classroom.  At the primary level, it takes a lot of patience and creativity to use it in an effective and engaging way.  We are so lucky to have a great support from Nick Ziegler at the ESU who understands the Primary grades and their needs.  I am very excited to start incorporating the SeeSaw app in my classroom.  What . . .

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Freeman Jr./Sr. Prom

Light the Night

The Class of 2018 hosted the junior/senior prom Saturday March 18, 2016.  The theme for the evening was "Light the Night."  The evening started with a Grand March here in the north gymnasium.  Juniors and Seniors along with their dates walked the blue carpet for spectators.  Coranation followed the Grand March.  The 2017 Prom King and Queen are Gabe VanEngen and Kaitlyn Meints, attendants are Tori . . .

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Archery Competitions

The 9th grade students have had the opportunity to complete an archery unit. As a class, we were fortunate to have Mr. Hottovy speak to us about his love of the sport. He talked to the students about the importance of safety and following the rules, and explained why archery is one of his favorite hobbies. Before we practiced shooting, the students had to learn the rules and procedures. We started to shoot in the gym before moving . . .

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Freeman Board of Education Sets Option Enrollment Limits

The Freeman Board of Education took action at their March meeting to set limits for the number of option enrollment students the district can accept at each grade level. Freeman has not closed option enrollment into the district completely. The Board has simply set limits at each grade level based on both staffing and available physical space within the Freeman District. Option enrollment can be limited within a district based on . . .

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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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