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Vans Custom Culture Art Competition 2018

Vans Competition is an art competition that reflects core values of creativity, authenticity and passion. The two themes of the competition are Off the Wall and Local Flavor.  How you design the shoe is completely up to the . . . read more

Freeman Cornhusker Boys' State Participants

Adams, NE- The Adams American Legion Post #221 is pleased to announce that Eli Pelc (son of Perry(Amy) Pelc and Rhonda Niles of Adams) and Jordan Jurgens (son of Perry and VeAnn Jurgens of Filley) will join nearly 400 other high school . . . read more

Freeman Cornhusker Girls' State Participants

Adams, NE- Ashley Parde (daughter of Doug and Cindy Parde) and Mary Zeman (daughter of Leonard and Kerri Zeman) of Adams have been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State. The Adams American Legion and Sons . . . read more

State Voice of Democracy

Each year, nearly 38,000 high school students from across the United States enter to win a share of the $2.2 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the VFW’s Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition. . . . read more

Yearbook class “Limitless” in creativity. Price increases December 31

The Freeman yearbook staff is hard at work creating the 2018 yearbook. The students have chosen the theme “Limitless” and are currently taking pre-orders for the book. The cost is $45 and the price increases to $50 after . . . read more

Freeman Jr./Sr. High Food Drive

Freeman Jr./Sr. High Student Council will be having a Food Drive from December 11th through the 13th.  Watch the informational video here!    read more

Attention Juniors and Parents of Juniors

Juniors should have received an email from ACT Online Prep. This program allows students to practice for the ACT. There are games, activities, and practice tests. Students will have access to this program for one year, courtesy of the . . . read more

Junior Class Post Prom Fundraiser

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR POST PROM: the Freeman Junior class will be selling raffle tickets starting at the November 30th home basketball game and running through the January 6th basketball game. Some of the items that . . . read more

National Nursery and Landscape Team Earns Silver

Four Freeman FFA members traveled to Indianapolis for the 90th National FFA Convention on October 24-26, 2017. The team of Ashley Parde, Logan Anderson, Jacob Neil, and Caleigh Behrens represented Nebraska in the Nursery and Landscape . . . read more

Crowning of Champions Highlighted with Epic Striv Match

7 th Grade PE partook in a Badminton Unit.  They played doubles, but with an odd number in the class, Nate Archer was left alone.  As a single player, he was still able to win his way through the doubles bracket and win the class . . . read more

Who Owns the Zebra?

(Who Drinks the Water)

Geometry students have been working on geometric reasoning at the start of this semester and was given the following problem.  The problem requires the use of logic and geometric reasoning to solve it.  It takes a little bit of . . . read more

Freeman Speech Students Compete, Earn Trophies at National Meet

Two Freeman speech team students competed at the National Individual Events Tournament of Champions (NIETOC) held May 8-9 at Lincoln Southwest High School in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Senior Hannah Neil competed against 171 other competitors . . . read more

Jurgens Victorious in 2015 Geographic Bee

Can you answer the following question?  Which Mediterranean country, located at the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula, is Europe’s largest exporter of cotton?  If you knew the answer to this question was Greece, you may . . . read more

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