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Freeman Defends Home Field--Wins on Homecoming Night

Freeman hosted Tri-County on Friday, September 19th on Homecoming Night in Adams, NE.  The Falcons held the Trojans on the opening drive and then scored during the first offensive possession. Jacob Buhr carried the ball 7 yards for a TD to give the Falcons an early 6-0 lead.  The PAT attempt failed.  At the end of the first quarter the Falcons scored again when Isaac Frerichs finished off a 13 play series with a TD pass to Colton Dissmeyer from 11 yards out.  The PAT again failed and the score stood 12-0.   In the second quarter, the Falcons scored twice on runs from Frerichs from 1 yard and 3 yards out. . . . read more

Everything You Might Want To Know About A School Budget!

I might not be able to tell you everything you want to know about a school district budget, but I want to try to give you a good idea of several elements that make up Freeman’s budget process.  Today I want to share information with our patrons: where Freeman’s dollars come from, what Freeman’s valuation is and how this impacts our levy and budget, and rules that govern the budget process.  If you have questions beyond what I share in this article please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to answer . . . read more

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Why Does the School Have Early Outs?

Why does the school have early outs? As you may have noticed, scheduled early-outs have become a part of the school calendar. On these afternoons students are dismissed at 1:00 p.m.; however, staff remains in the building. These afternoons are an important part of staff training and work time, called “inservice”. Guest speakers may be brought in to provide staff training. Staff will give presentations and share information pertaining to workshops they have attended. It is also an opportunity for the staff to work . . . read more


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