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Freeman Science -- A Twitter Timeline

See what students have been doing in Mrs. O'Connor's classes this fall. @MrsOConnor27

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Freeman High School 2017-2018 Semester 1 Honor and Merit Roll

2017-2018 Freeman Junior-Senior High School First Semester Honor and Merit Roll Honor Roll Seniors: Lyndsey Ehmen, Blake Kastanek, Abby Mason, Felisha Moore, Jessica Osterhaus Juniors: . . . read more

National Honor Society Induction

The Freeman National Honor Society inducted six new members during Honors Night on May 2, 2017. The organization recognizes high school students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Congratulations to the . . . read more

Career Readiness Class Prepares to Wrap Up the Semester

The Career Readiness students have been working extremely hard in preparing for their end of the year project.  This project has most students shaking in their shoes, but it is probably one of the most rewarding experiences that this . . . read more

Ruse Buzzes to the 2017 Geographic Bee Title

Holden Ruse, an 8 th grade student at Freeman won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee on Tuesday, January 10 th and now has a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.  The school-level Bee, at which students . . . read more

Semester One Honor/Merit Roll Announced

2016-2017 Freeman Junior-Senior High School First Semester Honor and Merit Roll Honor Roll   Seniors: Tavish Hestermann, Payton Huls, Taylor Larkins, Kaitlyn Meints, Kyle Otto, Maggie Parde, Samantha . . . read more

Meet the Seniors - Class of 2017

The seniors were involved in a project as juniors to present themselves to the world as the Class of 2017. Using collages, dioramas, objects, pictures, lyrics, slogans, and quotations they created a presentation that showed what their world . . . read more

Freeman Physics Builds Towers for Seismic Competition

The Physics class at Freeman High School started a new project this year.  The goal was to build a tower structure to withstand seismic waves created by an earthquake.  The idea was proposed by the University of Nebraska Omaha . . . read more

Math + Videos = Success

Another school year has begun, and now we are four weeks in.  This means new material for students and, quite possibly, forgotten mathematics by parents.  Yes, dividing rational numbers, solving proportions, using dimensional . . . read more

National Honor Society Induction

The National Honor Society inducted six new members during Honors Night on May 5, 2016. The organization recognizes high students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Congratulations to the new members . . . read more

PE Classes Learn Badminton, Pickle-Ball

With the splitting of JH PE, Mrs. Kroeker and myself have been working on realigning the curriculum to better serve our students.  One of the focuses we had was to provide a racket sport at each grade level.  One of the many . . . read more

V.O.D. Winners

Each year, nearly 40,000 high school students from across the country enter to win a share of the $2 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the VFW’s Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition. The Voice of . . . read more

Honorable Citizens

The Freeman Junior High and Senior High School have in place a citizenship rubric with all students starting at the Satisfactory level. A student at satisfactory is a student who follows rules, turns work in on time, and does what is . . . read more

"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas"

The students and teachers have been busy preparing for the 2nd Annual Door Decorating Contest. This year's theme is "Holiday Songs". The doors will be judged by some community "Santas" and the class with the winning . . . read more

Day of the Dead Celebrations

November 1-2

Dia de los Muertos Day of the Dead is an interesting holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the chilly days of November 1 & 2. Even though this coincides with the Catholic holiday called All Soul's & . . . read more

Elizabeth Milke shows work at "Nebraska's Best" student exhibition!!

" Nebraska's Best" student art show This November, Elizabeth Milke, will exhibit her work at the Department of Art & Art History at UNL.  The exhibit will include artwork from the best high school artists . . . read more

The "Infamous" Math Handshake Problem

At the start of the year, the Algebra 2 class looked at one of the “classic” problems in algebra.  It served as an introduction into quadratic equations.  The problem is stated below with the answer following.  Try . . . read more

Champions Crowned in PE Classes

            This year begins a new alignment within the PE Department.  With the addition of Mrs. Kroeker, we now co-teach 7 th -9 th Grade PE.  This allows us to split the classes into . . . read more

1:1 Chromebooks Come to Freeman High School.

On August 14th, Freeman Public Schools distributed Chrome Books to all 7-12th graders. This was a huge step forward for instruction at Freeman. The distribution of the laptop-like devices was only the beginning of the activities for the day . . . read more

Art Students Visit Lauritzen Gardens

  Students took the day to enjoy the beautiful living museum of Lauritzen Gardens, located in Omaha, NE.  Lauritzen Gardens has a four-season plant display and a new Conservatory with beautiful waterfalls and fountains. . . . read more

ECNC Conference Art Show

     ECNC Conference Art Show will be displayed at the Wells Fargo Building on O Street. Student work from all schools  will be up for display until March 24th. Each school had ten entries to display. Teachers . . . read more

Joe Carter Nominated by Artsonia for "Artist of the Week"

Great News!  Joseph5069, from Freeman High School, 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

Facing History Class Travels to Washington, DC

Once again the Facing History class traveled to Washington, D.C.  One change we made this year was we traveled to Kansas City the night before our 5:50 am flight which allowed everyone to be more rested for our two full days.  Upon . . . read more

Emily Osterhaus nominated for "Artist of the Week" Artsonia.com

Great News!  emily12282, from Freeman High School, 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 . . . read more

Hudson Fikar Nominated for Artsonia Artist of the Week

Artsonia Artist of the Week

Great News!  Hudson963, from Freeman Elementary-Adams, has been selected as a finalist for this week's "Artist of the Week" award for the PreK-3rd age group.  The finalist who receives the most online votes between now . . . read more

Freeman Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

“Winning Suits Us Just Fine” was the theme for Freeman Public Schools Homecoming held Friday evening, September 19.  The evening’s events began with a parade down Main Street in Adams at 5:30 p.m.  The Music . . . read more

Freeman Welcomes Three New Staff Members

Freeman Public Schools is pleased to welcome three new staff members for the 2014-15 school year. “Freeman is very excited to bring Erin Sieh into our school, communities and administrative team,” said Superintendent Randy . . . read more

Pelc Victorious in 2014 Geography Bee

Eli Pelc, a 7 th grade student at Freeman won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee and a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.The school-level Bee, at which students answered oral questions on geography, was the . . . read more

Remembering Our Fallen

Freeman Public Schools is proud to display in the South Commons area an exhibit from Bellevue University entitled "Remembering Our Fallen".  It is a touring photo display honoring Nebraska military who have died from wounds suffered in . . . read more

Freeman Voice of Democracy Winners

Since 1947, the Voice of Democracy has been the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ premier scholarship program where high school students compete by writing and recording a broadcast script on an annual patriotic theme. This year the theme was . . . read more

Katelyn Unvert Selected "Artsonia Artist of the Week Finalist"

Great News!  Katelyn2086, from Freeman High School, 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 Saturday . . . read more

ECNC Conference Art Show

ECNC Conference Art Show Winners      March is time to celebrate Youth Arts Month.  Freeman Art students have selected twelve pieces of art to display in Lincoln, Ne at the Wells Fargo Building, downtown O . . . read more

Freshmen Build Mousetrap Powered Cars

Each year, the freshmen learn various topics about physical science including an introduction to Chemistry and Physics.  During the year, one of the topics of study investigates motion and forces.  At the end of the unit, students . . . read more

Freeman AMC8 Winners Announced

Freeman 2013 AMC Competition             Garrett Lenners, 7 th grade son of James and Kelly Lenners is the 2013 Freeman winner of the American Math Competition.  He earned . . . read more

An Hour Of Code

What do students do in American History class upon completing a chapter test on The Roaring 1920's?  Learn to write code, of course.  Most people know how to use their phones and their computers, but they don't know how to program . . . read more

Students, Staff Celebrate NeSA Testing Success

On Friday, October 4, Freeman Public Schools celebrated the success of our student results on the 2013 NeSA testing.  The celebration involved lunch at the city park and a slightly extended lunch period. Students in grades 3-12 . . . read more

Zimmerman Selected As NSAA Believer & Achiever

Derek Zimmerman, a senior at Freeman High School, has been selected by the Nebraska School Activities Association, as one of 48 “Believers & Achievers” across the state for the 2013-2014 school year.   Believers & Achievers . . . read more

Cassidy Mason nominated for "Artist of the Week"

Great News!  cassidy1529, from Freeman High School, 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 Saturday . . . read more

Facing History Class Learns About Crisis in Syria

Students in Mrs. Renken's Facing History class have been keeping a close eye on events that are currently occurring in Syria.  On Tuesday students became more informed about the history of Syria and . . . read more

Jobman Earns Distinguished Educator Award

Rebecca Jobman, secondary language arts teacher at Freeman High School, is the 2013 recipient of the Freda Battey Distinguished Educator Award for Excellence in Teaching, presented by the college of Education and Human Sciences at the . . . read more

Journey to Poland

A Holocaust Presentation

Last Spring, Sandy Renken, a teacher from Freeman Public Schools and United State Holocaust Memorial Museum Teacher Fellow, was invited by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to participate in their 2012 Holocaust Summit as well as tour . . . read more

Conference Art Show and Artsonia Recognition

Conference Art Show News The Conference Art Show takes place March 4-19, at the Wells Fargo Bank in Lincoln (corner of 13th and 0 street) during regular banking hours.  Ten Students were selected to represent Freeman High School and . . . read more

Freeman Students Attend Robotics Workshop

On Wednesday, February 13, the TECHS and Pre-Architecture classes attended the Robotics Workshop at SCC Lincoln. During the one-day hands-on workshop, the students built and tested a Vex Robotics Kit. In the morning, they built a prototype . . . read more

Vote For Isaac Frerichs "Artsonia Artist of the Week"

Great News!  isaac2387, from Freeman High School, 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 Saturday . . . read more

Freeman Rates High In 2011-12 State of School Report

The Nebraska Department of Education released the 2011-12 State of the Schools Report to the public on Tuesday, November 20. For the first time ever, the report shows how every school ranks with their peers in the areas of Reading, Math, . . . read more

Allison Evers and Abigail Braden display work at the State Capitol

Allison Evers and Abigail Braden to display Artwork at the State Capitol in March. . . . read more

Freeman Art Students Surpass Expectations at Conference Art Show

Freeman Art Students surpassed expectations at the Conference Art Show held during Conference Basketball Tournament in Sterling.  Freeman had ten students place in a variety of media. Congratulations Freeman Artist your hard work is . . . read more

Unvert Buzzes to Geography Bee Title

Katie Unvert, an 8th grade student at Freeman won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee on Monday, January 9th and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship.  The school-level Bee, at which students answered oral . . . read more

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