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Freeman Crowns Homecoming Royalty

“You’ll Be Thunderstruck” was the theme for Freeman Public Schools Homecoming held Friday evening, September 23.  The evening’s events began with a parade down Main Street in Adams at 5:30 p.m.  The Music . . . read more

Tyler Reed "Artist of the Week" Finalist

Great News!  Tyler10471, from Freeman K-12, has been selected as a finalist for this week's "Artist of the Week" award for the 10th-12th age group.  The finalist who receives the most online votes between now and  . . . read more

Conference Art Show

2016 ECNC Conference Art Show begins 2/29/16 and ends 3/22/16.  Art Show is located at the Well's Fargo Building on O st. Ten students were selected thru jury process to exhibit there work which can be in any media.  This . . . read more

Students art show at Old Carnegie Library in Beatrice

Saturday,February 6, 2016, between 10a.m. and 3p.m., the Old Carnegie Library in Beatrice will be having an open house for students who are exhibiting their art. The Carnegie Library is a beautiful architectural element in Beatrice that . . . read more

Second Grade Creates Keith Haring Display

Keith Haring "POP UPS"     Second grade began a unit of study on the artist Keith Haring, and are now displaying their work in the hallways at Freeman. Keith Haring was an artist that was discovered in the New York . . . read more

Take Me Out to the Ballgame!

In observance of the MLB World Series, Freeman Public Schools designated Wednesday, October 28, as “Swing For the Fence” day. Ranging from shirts to caps to complete uniforms, almost all staff and students participated. From t-ball to . . . read more

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