Sixteen high school Strengths Ambassadors loaded up the Freeman vans and spent the day at the Clifton Strengths Institute (CSI) on December 8th. CSI is part of the College of Business at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Students were greeted by executive director Tim Hodges and assistant director Alyson Lenz. Lenz, along with three UNL student […]Read More
TeamMates of Freeman held its annual breakfast on December 14. It was an awesome turnout of both mentors and mentees, with breakfast pizza served by the TeamMates of Freeman Board of Directors. This year the activity included the Saran Wrap Challenge. Mentees were challenged to unwrap the saran wrap ball to get as many prizes […]Read More
What if a box turtle was born without a shell? What should it do? Why, wear a box, of course! Thus begins the story The Box Turtle, written and illustrated by Vanessa Roeder. Roeder, a native of Texas, spent the day with Freeman elementary students. She not only shared the background of her published books, […]Read More
Freeman Public Schools believes in the importance of reading and we are dedicated to meeting the needs of each of our students. Students receive focused instruction in the Big 5 of reading: phonological awareness, phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. These areas are the foundation for future learning. In 2018, the legislature passed the […]Read More
SCHOOL HISTORY Freeman Public Schools
Freeman Public Schools is a rural PreK-12 district, covering approximately 280 square miles, created by the consolidation of Adams and Filley Public Schools in 1998. The school attendance center, located in Adams, is approximately 25 miles southeast of Lincoln. Freeman Public Schools consists of a Pre-School Program for 4 year olds, a Kindergarten through 6th Grade Elementary, a 7th and 8th Grade Junior High, and a 9th through 12th Grade High School. Freeman Public Schools employs over 65 certified and classified staff members to serve the children and families within the district. Freeman’s current facilities have been created through five separate building projects ranging from the 1960’s through 2013.
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It is the policy of Freeman Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, religion, marital status, age or national origin in its education programs, administration, policies, employment or other district programs.