The Freeland 6th grade band delivered an excellent performance last night to end a run of 3 excellent band concerts in 7 days.
9 months ago, Freeland Community School District
6th grade band
During the 7th & 8th grade band concert on Tuesday evening, Mr. Shaw was recognized by the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association (MSBOA) and presented with the District V Teacher of the Year Award! Below is the nomination submission that was shared with those in attendance on Tuesday. Congratulations Mr. Shaw and thank you for all you do for our band program and FCSD's students! "I would like to nominate Mr. Steven Shaw. This is Steve’s 12th year of teaching at Freeland Schools. He teaches 5th grade through 12th grade band classes. Before coming to Freeland, Steve taught in the Corunna Public Schools for 5 years. Under Steve’s direction, the Freeland Bands have consistently received 1st Division ratings at Band and Orchestra Festival. Steve currently serves as the Treasurer of MSBOA, District 5. He has held this position for the last 10 years and has done an absolutely amazing job. He is one of the main reasons that District V continues to have a very healthy fund balance. Before becoming our Treasurer, he served District V as the 2nd vice president for Band & Orchestra. At that time, the vice-president not only collected the registrations and money, but he was also responsible for hiring all of the adjudicators for those festivals. Steve has also been an active mentor to our new members. Steve works hard to grow and nurture the band family in Freeland. He empowers student leaders to plan fun team building activities each month. He takes the band on trips, including taking the high school band to Disney/Universal in March 2022. He makes his students feel loved, appreciated, and accepted. Steve has a heart for serving others and shares that with his students by taking them to perform at retirement communities and a local school with special needs students. He loves to impact and encourage young people. He is beginning his 8th year as a youth group leader at church and he counsels at a summer bible camp. Steve grew up in Livonia and attended Clarenceville High School. He earned his BME at Central Michigan University and his Masters in Conducting at the American Band College through Sam Houston University. Steve currently resides in Saginaw with his wife Lindsey and their three children. Steve is a phenomenal colleague -- he's detail-oriented, dependable, and a fabulous collaborator. He works with many musical members of the community. He has brilliant educational ideas, and is more than willing to share the wealth. He's encouraging to both students and colleagues - truly wants the very best for everyone."
9 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Teacher of the Year 2
Teacher of the Year 1
FCSD is looking for a school counselor to join the team at Freeland High School. If you know of any qualified candidates, please encourage them to apply!
9 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
School Counselor
Free summer activities for kids, shared by the Freeland UMC.
9 months ago, Freeland Community School District
UMC Summer Fun
If you know of any interested candidates, please encourage them to apply!
9 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
FCSD Para Posting
Reaching out to retirees from the Freeland Community School District...
9 months ago, Freeland Community School District
Retirement
Check out the next fencing opportunity taking place over the summer!
9 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Fencing Opportunity
Freeland High School is just 12 donations away from receiving an extra $700 for their Leaders for Life Scholarship for next year's seniors and desperately need your help! The Freeland Sportszone has graciously agreed to host a mini drive for us on Monday, June 5th from 2:00-6:30 pm. You may sign up through Jen Neal at the high school or via the Versiti site. Thank you for helping us reach our goal!
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Versiti Blood Donations
There are tickets available for the Freeland Athletic Association's Millionaire Party this weekend! The $100 donation gets you all you can eat, all you can drink, entertainment, and a chance to win $10,000, $5,000, $1,000. You also have a chance at $100 (79 winners).  Our Student-Athletes need your support! How? Get your TICKETS for the 39th Annual FAA Millionaire Party! The event will be Saturday, May 20, from 3-8pm at the Freeland Sports Zone. How to get your Ticket:  Online purchase- http://Eventbrite.com this is the link that you can purchase millionaire tickets online.  Community Businesses- The Log Cabin, Isabella Bank, and Pat’s are selling tickets.  You can also contact the FAA Facebook page or the freelandathleticassociation@gmail.com for tickets.
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
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FHS Senior Brendan Vigue and FMS 8th grader Carter Davidson were recognized for their exceptional effort, perseverance, and commitment at the Saginaw County Turnaround Achievement Awards program today. Great work!
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
TA1
TA2
Freeland finished 2nd in the Saginaw County Golf Tournament. Tristin Pohl & Sam Brewster made the All-County Team . T4 - Tristin Pohl (79) T8 - Sam Brewster (81) T11 - Will Wurtzel (82) T14 - Noah Graham (84) T23 - Peyton Essex (87) 29 - Brandon Moon (92)
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
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FCSD is looking for a Special Education teacher at Freeland Elementary School for the 2023-24 school year. If you know of a qualified applicant, please encourage them to apply!
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
SE Posting
Music and Theatre Summer Camp - July 10-13, 2023 Students entering 1st-6th Grade: - Camp will focus on acting, voice, dance, & tech theatre, w/ showcase at end of week - 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (gr 1-6th) - $75.00 Students entering 7th-12th Grade: - Camp will focus on improvisation with option for comedy cabaret - 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. - $50.00 LIMITED SPACE! SIGN UP TODAY! Use the link below to apply. https://forms.gle/NKcaSAqpWsnCksSL9
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Summer Camp Flyer
The FHS yearbook is down to the last few books available for purchase! Once these books are sold out, all books are sold out! You're not just ordering a yearbook; you are ordering a year's worth of memories and keepsakes they can look back on forever. Head to jostens.com to place your order today! Contact Kyla Krygier at krygierk@freelandschools.net if you have questions.
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
Yearbook
Support Freeland Student-Athletes! The Freeland Athletic Association provides support for our students, coaches, and athletics. Support by buying tickets for the 39th Annual FAA Millionaire Party! The event will be May 20 from 3-8pm at the Freeland Sports Zone. $100 for 2 - drinks & food & entertainment & fun are provided! How to get your Ticket: ✔️ Online purchase- http://Eventbrite.com ✔️ Community Businesses- The Log Cabin, Isabella Bank, and Pat’s ✔️ Contact the FAA Facebook page or freelandathleticassociation@gmail.com
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
FAA
The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation is sponsoring one-week technology camps for girls across the State of Michigan that introduce them to computer technologies through hands-on activities in a are fun and engaging way. Each session will engage students in age-appropriate topics ranging from game design, website design and robotics programming. Link to more information about the camps and how to register: https://mcwt.org/programs/list/K-12-Initiatives/CAMP-INFINITY.
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
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Freeland Elementary students took their learning into the real world by joining in on the Walleye Festival garage sales on Thursday. Not only did they bake their own goodies, they also designed and made their aprons and menus using Canva!
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
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Walleye 2
Walleye 3
Walleye 4
Freeland Schools are not in session on Thursday, April 27, or Friday, April 28, due to the Freeland Walleye Festival.
10 months ago, Freeland Community School District
Walleye
FCSD is looking for an interested coach, or coaches, for the 2023-2024. If you know of any qualified candidates, please encourage them to apply.
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Coaching
The Freeland Community School District (FCSD) is committed to preparing all students for the demands and opportunities of the 21st Century by providing a challenging curriculum that connects students' lives to their future in a safe and supportive environment. The district is conducting a Graduate Profile Survey from April 17, 2023 to May 5, 2023 to collect information on the development of a Graduate Learner Profile for FCSD Students.  Feedback provided from this survey will support the development of a common definition on what it means to be a 21st Century learner.  The Graduate Profile will guide District planning and action steps that will be targeted to support our collective vision for our graduates. The Graduate Profile is a collective vision outlining the community's aspirations for all FCSD students.  This document will include academic, technical, personal, and social skills that all students should possess upon graduation.  Here is a link to the Graduate Profile Survey.  It is a three question survey that can be completed in approximately three minutes of your time.  Your input on this survey is invaluable.  We appreciate your time. https://forms.gle/hMyKpeFbEmWJ4Vqd8
10 months ago, Freeland Elementary School
Reminder