The Freeman 5th graders enjoyed a field trip to Nebraska City on Wednesday, April 27. The day started with a visit to the Nebraska Center for Education for the Visually Impaired. The school was founded in 1875 and serves students from all over Nebraska and Iowa. We met several of the students and they showed us the technology they use in their everyday lives. The Freeman students took part in some . . .
Not only is volunteering a graduation requirement for Freeman High School students; there is an alarming amount of benefits that volunteering can bring you and your community. First, volunteering connects you to others through a variety of ways. When you volunteer you can meet new people and enhance existing relationships by doing activities together. . . .
It’s out of the tower and on the run as a zany cast of friends and foes help Rapunzel’s harrowing escape from the towering imprisonment of Madame Gothel. Add a dash of French flair and a pinch of personal triumph and friendship and you have a story you won’t forget! Join us this Friday and Saturday, April 29 th & 30 th when the Missoula Children’s Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original . . .
3rd Graders experience BREAKOUT EDU!
Do you enjoy solving puzzles, working with a team, challenging yourself and working against the clock? Breakout EDU has been sweeping the education community, sparked by the popular Escape Room idea. Students work together learning valuable skills of problem solving, teamwork, and critical thinking.The staff at Freeman experienced their own breakout lesson at an inservice back in earlier this year. This inspired others . . .