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Freeman 6th Graders Learn From Canadian Students

Temperature readings in Celsius, not Fahrenheit, playing hockey and going skiing prioritized over football and basketball, provinces instead of states, and washrooms instead of bathrooms are just a few noted differences that stood out to . . . read more

5th Grade Tree Planting

  During the late fall, the Freeman fifth graders were fortunate to be able to help plant a maple tree donated to our school by the Exmark corporation in Beatrice.  Students were given a short lesson on the use of trees in our . . . read more

Girl Scouts Donate a "Buddy Bench" for the Elementary Playground

The Girl Scout Troop # 20372,  along with their leaders Sandie Shields and Karri Ahlschwede, made a presentation to the Freeman School Board on Monday night.  The girls talked about their former girl scout leader, Sheila Pella, and . . . read more

Has Cursive Handwriting Lost its Usefulness in Today’s Tech-Based World?

Constant access to tech devices makes it possible to communicate with nearly anyone, at almost any time of the day. This has many people asking the question: “Is there still a place for cursive writing in today’s already . . . read more

"Artist of the Week" WINNER Savannah Mahler

Congratulations! savannah7349 from Freeman K-12 has been selected as Artsonia's PreK-3rd "ARTIST OF THE WEEK!" for September 11, 2016 - September 17, 2016.  During the contest, savannah7349 received 1117 votes from website . . . read more

6th Graders Welcome a Guest Speaker

February 22, 2016 by Mrs. Archer        Mrs. Archer’s sixth grade Geography students have spent the past few weeks studying the countries of South America, and learning about the . . . read more

A Visit From Jerry Pallotta

Freeman students from preschool through sixth grade were entertained by author Jerry Pallotta on October 8. Pallotta, a Massachusetts native and author of ninety books, talked about how he comes up with his ideas and shared his stories with . . . read more

Freeman Elementary Students Using Website for Math

Fifth and Sixth Graders Using IXL.COM

New to Freeman elementary students this year is the website ixl.com. This website is a comprehensive, standards-aligned source for Math and Language Arts practice. Students in the fifth and sixth grade have been using this site to . . . read more

Marcus is an "Artist of the Week" Finalist

Great News!  marcus1315, from Freeman K-12, has been selected as a finalist for this week's "Artist of the Week" award for the 7th-9th age group.  The finalist who receives the most online votes between now . . . read more

Freeman Elementary Spring Concert

     The Freeman Elementary Concert was held Tuesday night, May 5th.  Each grade level performed 2 songs.  Kindergarten, First, and Second Grades used boomwhackers with their songs.  Boomwhackers are tuned . . . read more

Freeman Elementary Spring Concert

The Freeman Elementary Concert was held on Tuesday night, May 5th.  Each grade level performed 2 songs.  Kindergarten, First, and Second Graders used boomwhackers with their songs.  Boomwhackers are tuned plastic tubes, . . . read more

Setting Goals

I am a huge advocate of spending quality family time together.  I am also a firm believer of communicating daily with your child about how their day was, what they are interested in, and problem solving together.   Below . . . read more

Read For the Record

Read for the Record On October 21st, Freeman Elementary and Preschool students took part in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record. This year, 2,383,645 people around the globe came together to celebrate literacy and to talk about the importance . . . read more

First Grade Visits Pumpkin Patch

The two First Grade classes visited Korner Pumpkin Patch on Friday Oct. 24 in the afternoon.  Jill Jobman discussed with the first graders the stages a pumpkin grows. She also showed the first graders the inside of the pumpkin and read . . . read more

Kindergartners Enjoy Apple Dishes

Did Johnny Appleseed really wear a pot on his head?  The Freeman Kindergarten classes learned about Johnny Appleseed in September and October and discussed which facts might be real and which might be fantasy.  We also used . . . read more

Author deGroat at Freeman

Author deGroat at Freeman We moan and groan when we have to re-write a paper one time. Imagine rewriting twenty times! According to author/illustrator Diane deGroat, that is what happens when she is writing a picture book. deGroat was at . . . read more

Apple Time in Kindergarten!

Apple Time   Did Johnny Appleseed really wear a pot on his head?  The Freeman Kindergarten classes learned about Johnny Appleseed in September and October and discussed which facts might be real and which might be . . . read more

Authors, Books, and Reading

Literature has been a big part of Freeman Elementary in October.  We ended the month of September with a very successful Book Fair, hosted in the Media Center on Grandparents Day.  It was our most successful book fair yet!  Be . . . read more

100th Day Celebration in First Grade

First Grade Students Celebrated the 100th Day of School on January 27, 2014.  Some students participated in dressing up like a "100" year old person.  In the afternoon, students did different activities to get 100 Points. . . . read more

Elementary Program on Thursday

Come join the elementary on Thursday, December 12, as we present "An All-American Christmas". Kindergarten through sixth grade will present the traditions of Christmas in America, dating from the Pilgrims through now. Each class has been . . . read more

Jerica Hoak Selected as Finalist for Artsonia Artist of the Week

Great News!  Jerica40, from Freeman Elementary-Adams, has been selected as a finalist for this week's "Artist of the Week" award for the 4th-6th age group.  The finalist who receives the most online votes between now and Saturday . . . read more

Pumpkin Time

Several pumpkin activities were accomplished the last few weeks in the kindergarten rooms. Helping us with activities one day were our high school Ag Buddies. read more

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