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Solar Eclipse 2017 at Freeman

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August 21, 2017 will go down in history as the day Freeman Public Schools witnessed a total Solar Eclipse. The day started with pictures at the football field of students from Kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as staff and personnel. The excitement grew as staff and students transitioned to different stations that talked about the Solar Eclipse as well as making personal devices to see the eclipse. As it drew closer to the fateful event you could sense an exhilaration in the building. When the eclipse advanced nearer to that precise time the Freeman faculty ushered out the excited students. The anticipation was great but unfortunately cloud coverage made it hard to see all the stages of the eclipse. When the eclipse went to total totality it was announced and there were cheers that echoed in the stadium and could be heard in the streets of Adams. The complete coverage of the sun was a sight to be seen. The weather changed, birds started flying and street lights came on. The kids were in awe of the wonders of the eclipse. Once the eclipse was finished the students met in the old gym for moon pies and conversations of their adventures day.

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