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Perfect NeSA Scores


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Last spring, all students in third through eighth grade took the NeSA assessments, the Nebraska state test.  Individual student results were handed out to parents the week of conferences; however, group results have not been released.  Freeman Public Schools honors students who have received a perfect score in a subject area.  A perfect score is an overall score of 200 plus perfect scores in each skills category.  It is possible for a student to earn a score of 200, but not a perfect score if he/she did not get perfect scores in each skills category.

There were two students who earned perfect scores in math this spring.  Earning perfect scores were Sam Troxel in third grade math, and Sadie Larkins in sixth grade math.  Congratulations to these two students!  They received individual plaques and will have their names permanently displayed on the Freeman Academic Achievement Award board near the high school office.

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