This week, Freeland Learning Center is highlighting one of our lunchroom and recess paraprofessionals, Mrs. Kara Reinke. Mrs. Reinke has been working in that role for the past five years. Mrs. Reinke is also a parent in the district with a daughter in sixth grade. Mrs. Reinke is very positive and patient and always ready to help out the students in the lunchroom or outside at recess. When asked what she finds most rewarding about her position, Mrs. Reinke said, “Helping the kids and getting to see them make friends. I love hearing their stories and laughter in the lunchroom.” She also shared that what she enjoys most about working in the Freeland Community School District is meeting all of the students and their great families. Thank you Mrs. Reinke for your dedication to the students and families of the Freeland Learning Center and for all you do for the Freeland Community School District.
Falcon Cross Country represented well at the Freeland Invitational on Saturday. Boys finished 2nd, with Jacob Wurtzel (3), Braydon Honsinger (6), & Braden Klein (10) finishing in theTop 10. The girls finished 1st with all seven (7) varsity runners finishing in the Top 10: Kiera Hansen (1), Whitney Farrell (2), Mara Longnecker (3), Paige Kloha (4), Bella Reed (6), Sasha Seegobin (8), & Allison Harvey (10).
Freeland Girls Cross Country wins TVC meet. Freeland Boys finish 2nd. All-Conference Teams Named: Boys 1st Team TVC 1st Jacob Wurtzel 7th Braden Klein 2nd Team - Braydon Honsinger & Carter Vasicek Honorable Mention - Caleb Davies & Jacob Kaczor Girls 1st Team TVC 2nd Mara Longenecker 3rd Kiera Hansen 4th Whitney Farrell 2nd Team - Paige Kloha, Bella Reed, & Sasha Seegobin Honorable Mention - Ally Harvey https://www.abc12.com/2020/10/14/hs-cross-country-tri-valley-conference-jamboree/?fbclid=IwAR1ShZbrqUGxL9VKSr1m6KqFsZ_m8g4rOVxWG2-itvQhTeZJnsW90ht-bcQ
We still have spots available for our peer support group for caregivers who have adopted/fostered children or provided a suitable home for children. Please click the flyer link below for more information. If you are interested in participating, the Google Form for signing up is at the bottom of the flyer. https://www.smore.com/9018x
Freeland is still looking for a 9th grade Girls Basketball Coach for the upcoming season. Please call/email Freeland Athletic Director Jeff Bell (989.695.5986 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Freeland Schools is excited to highlight FHS English Teacher, Ms. Kyla Krygier. This is her tenth year at Freeland High School. She finds the most rewarding part of working with students is the relationships she builds and has been able to keep throughout the years. She stated, "Academics are important, applying to college/work experience is important, GPA matters, SAT's matter, but none of this matters if I don't really know the students I am working with." Kyla is really proud of FCSD because we are a community that cares about one another. You see this support at games, tournaments, social events, etc. as people get together to rally around a common cause/goal. This unity and pride sets Freeland apart from other districts.
FHS is excited to highlight our English Teacher, Ms. Kyla Krygier. This is her tenth year at Freeland High School. She finds the most rewarding part of working with students is the relationships she builds and has been able to keep throughout the years. She stated, "Academics are important, applying to college/work experience is important, GPA matters, SAT's matter, but none of this matters if I don't really know the students I am working with." Kyla is really proud of FCSD because we are a community that cares about one another. You see this support at games, tournaments, social events, etc. as people get together to rally around a common cause/goal. This unity and pride sets Freeland apart from other districts.
We are excited to announce an opportunity that we are going to have this fall facilitating a peer support group for caregivers who have adopted/fostered children or provided a suitable home for children. Please click the flyer link below for more information. If you are interested in participating, the Google Form for signing up is at the bottom of the flyer. https://www.smore.com/9018x
Monday was a very good day for Freeland athletics! The Freeland Golf team finished 3rd at their Regional, qualifying for the State Tournament. Congratulations to Grace Pumford (91), Lydia Back (96), Ava Mata (104), Sophie Argyle (108), and Zoey Markey (111). Freeland Soccer topped John Glenn , 2-0, on goals from Taylor Armbruster and Stephen Duggan, and a shut out by goal keeper Gavin Spaulding.
Freeland Volleyball defeated Alma 3-1, moving to 2-1 in Conference and 8-6 overall. Freeland Golf shot a 374 to win the final TVC event of the year, finishing the year 2nd in the Conference. Grace Pumford (87), Lydia Back (88), Ava Mata (99), & Zoey Markey (100) led the Falcons. All-League Team was named. Pumford (2), Back (3), and Sophie Argyle (6) were all named 1st Team. Markey (10) & Mata (12) finished as 2nd Team. Congratulations!
Two was the number for Freeland at TVC Jamboree #2. Jacob Wurtzel won the boys race, with Braden Klein (7), Carter Vasicek (12), and Caleb Davies (13) finishing in the Top 14 and helping the Falcons to a 2nd place finish. The girls varsity team also finished 2nd, with seven (7) runners (Mara Longenecker (4), Kiera Hansen (5), Whitney Farrell (6), Paige Kloha (8), Bella Reed (9), Sasha Seegobin (11), and Ally Harvey (14)) finishing in the Top 14.
No, it is not a secret that FHS students only go to school every other day due to COVID-19 safety concerns. What they are doing on their "Home Day" is not a secret either. Check out the Home Learning Day Directions for each class and look at some of the available learning calendars. Our FHS students should have full days of learning when they are at home. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I8-JF4a-cQ6ND2rw5DvJX6_PzR_9RT3YJc6WMh1XMio/edit?usp=sharing
ACTION NEEDED!! New bus schedules have been posted on FCSD website (Please see link below) and will take effect MONDAY (9/28) morning. PLEASE REVIEW. Bus routes are changing on a daily basis due to (1) students that were virtual coming back to in-person and (2) students that requested no bus transportation now requesting busing. Please understand that even one student added to a bus route may completely change more than one route. These situations are out of our control and happening often. We ask that parents be patient as bus routes and times change and as always, have your child(ren) at the bus stop 10-15 minutes prior to the posted bus arrival time. We are trying to communicate the changes but unfortunately there have been so many it’s hard to keep up. Thank you for your understanding. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_wNVGF3IooLfll1ZU9RVGpfbTlCaU1HX2RkRERQNE5YeUhpNU5LLVYtZTRBRHBSTk0tUm8
Though not quite the same, tonight is Homecoming vs. Alma. Game is being streamed on MHSAAtv. Go Falcons! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/freeland-high-school-freeland-mi/gam276125ca21 Other athletic results: Varsity Golf - 6th Place @ Byron Invitational. Grace Pumford (91), Ava Mata (92), Sophie Argyle (95), & Zoey Markey (101) led the Falcons. JV Golf defeated Frankenmuth 249 to 254. Freshmen Football topped Lake Fenton, 32-12 JV Football beat Alma, 36 -14 JV Volleyball went 3-0, besting Garber, Bay City Central, & Valley Lutheran
An email from our Nutrition Services Department that went out today: Good News! There is no longer a need to sign up for meal pick up at Freeland Elementary! We will be distributing from 5:00pm-6:00pm every Monday. Pull up curbside around the back of the building, let us know the number of students you are picking up meals for, and we will load your car. Meals include weekends also. All meals are free to students 18 and under. Please email email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to serving you tonight!
Freeland's Golf Team was crowned champion of the Shark Classic Invitational this week, tying their season low of 364. Grace Pumford was the medalist. Lydia Back, Sophie Argyle, & Zoey Markey all earned a spot on the Top Ten All-Tournament Team. Great work!
Freeland home volleyball and football games will be streamed on MHSAA tv. We will also be able to bring you action from road games, as many other schools will do this as well. If you purchase a season pass from the NFHS Network, you will be able to watch these events and others. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/subscribe/retail 9th/JV football at Frankenmuth (9/17) & Varsity football vs. Frankenmuth (9/18, kickoff @ 7:00 pm) will be streamed.
You have until Saturday, 9/19, to order your sign showing your support of our students, our athletes, our Freeland Schools, and the Freeland Athletic Association. Visit the link below, show the support and pride that makes Freeland so special, and get your sign today! https://freelandsigns.itemorder.com/sale Sponsored by the FAA.
Two of our Freeland HS Bass teams participated against 56 teams in the Michigan Bass Nation High School State Championship. Congratulations to Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich finishing 6th (2 day total of 20.57) and Jack Sprague & Cole Jimkoski finishing 29th (7.17). Thank you to sponsors, friends, and families. Frank’s Great Outdoors, U Spa Salon & More, The Kernel Burner, Spicer Group, Schauman Construction & Rental’s, AFTCO, Big Bite Baits Fishing Lures, Denali Rods, Gamakatsu, Sunline, SPRO USA, Dirty Jigs
Don't forget that free meals for remote learners are being distributed tonight from 4:30-6:00 at Freeland Elementary, around the back of the building. Email Caila Wellsted at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Bus times are changing almost daily as students are all back and several have changed back to in-person. Please have your children at their bus stop 15 minutes early for these next 2 weeks as we work to get times nailed down. Bus drivers may inform your children of time changes. Please speak to your children about this and make sure they are keeping you posted when there are changes. Thank you for your understanding while we work through this unusual start to the school year.
Want to show your support of our students, our athletes, our Freeland Schools, and the Freeland Athletic Association? Show your Falcon Pride and display one of these awesome Falcon yard signs! Visit the link below, show the support and pride that makes Freeland so special, and get your sign today! https://freelandsigns.itemorder.com/sale Our children have to learn and our athletes have to compete with masks on. Our students are only able to invite 2 guests to their events. Nothing is how we really want it for our children. But, we are proud of our kids. We are Freeland!
Looking for some extra cash? Ever thought about driving a bus? FCSD is currently looking for substitute bus drivers for routes and to take athletes to/from sporting events. We pay for all training. If interested, contact Jamie Senkowski at email@example.com
Freeland's fall athletic season starts in full this week. Volleyball teams are now allowed to practice and play inside, soccer played last night, and football has their 1st game scheduled for Fri., 9/18. They join our cross country & golf teams, which are off to great starts. Middle school volleyball practices/tryouts will be this Thur., 9/10 & Fri., 9/11. 7th grade from 3:00-4:30 and 8th grade from 4:30-6:00. There will be no general public admission to any of our events at this point. Crowds are limited to 2 guests per participant. There will be no concession stand provided at home events. Family units should practice social distancing while at our events and the venue needs to be vacated as soon as the contest is completed. Please help us make this an easy transition for our fall season. It is not the fall season that we are used to, but if we all do our part, our athletes will be able to compete and finish their fall sports season. If you have any questions, please email the athletic department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your help and support.
Freeland Soccer moves to 2-0 with win over Birch Run. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Crook-Royle-lead-Freeland-over-Birch-Run-in-15551591.php
With President Trump visiting Freeland tomorrow, please realize that there could be delays in afternoon bussing on Thursday. https://www.mlive.com/public-interest/2020/09/president-donald-trump-holding-saginaw-county-airport-rally-thursday.html
This meal sign up form https://forms.gle/6SrUHJTivV6QNGDc6 for Freeland Community School District remote learners, was sent out this morning. ALL meals are FREE. This form only needs to be filled out by those families that are strictly remote. Have a great weekend!
This week in Freeland Golf: Wednesday - Freeland finished 2nd in their 3rd TVC Jamboree, shooting their second best 9 hole score of the season with a 191. Top scorers were Lydia Back (43 - 2nd), Grace Pumford (45), Sophie Argyle (47), and Zoey Markey (56). Thrusday - The Falcons played in the very competitive Patriot Cup, shotting a 384. Scoring were Lydia Back (89), Grace Pumford (93), Zoey Markey (100), and Sophie Argyle (102).
If you the parent of a Freeland "Virtual" student and you are needing help printing needed course materials, please contact our Student Support Prinicipals to help coordinate getting your needs met. Y5-6: Contact Izabella Lopez (email@example.com) 7-12: Contact Renee Wulff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We are excited to announce that per a USDA ruling, effective immediately ALL students enrolled in Freeland Community School District will receive FREE breakfast and lunch through December 31, 2020. Please email Caila Wellsted at email@example.com with any questions.
For families that have chosen the remote school pathway, breakfast and lunch are available. An email was sent out on last Friday afternoon. Click the following link for more information and to sign up for meals: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSccMWmu2lYoXkTQP6aKbGxpMckr4IAuSdKNcXDxYk_c6BNoIw/viewform?usp=sf_link If you have not signed up, you may still do so until 3:00 pm today. Please email Caila Wellsted with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy 1st day of school!!! Just a few reminder for students riding the bus: ALL students MUST: Wear a mask Sanitize their hands before entering the bus Sit in assigned seats
Bus routes have been UPDATED and are available on our website through the link below. See you all Monday!!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L5vI41yqGl2uy4ILNJZrw3jHY3V9MCuY/view?usp=sharing
Freeland 's Y5- 6th grade Open House site is accessible via the link below. Though we miss having you visit in person, we hope you enjoy! https://sites.google.com/freelandschools.net/lcesvirtualopenhouse/home
Bus routes have been posted on the schools website (link below)!! Please be patient as times will vary while we work through the first few weeks of school with the soft start for Y5-8th and alternating schedule for 9th-12th. Buses will most likely be arriving later the first 2 weeks since only half the students will be riding each day. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_wNVGF3IooLfll1ZU9RVGpfbTlCaU1HX2RkRERQNE5YeUhpNU5LLVYtZTRBRHBSTk0tUm8?usp=sharing
Freeland Elementary is looking for students interested in earning Service Hours to assist in Chromebook distribution on Wednesday (26th) and/or Thursday (27th) this week. Distribution is occurring between 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. both days. Those interested can contact Kelly Baker at email@example.com to sign up. Thank you!
Nutrition Services Update: *Currently the USDA does not have any further funding for produce boxes. 8/6 was our last distribution. *The free/reduced meal application is available at www.lunchapp.com *If you received an email that your students already qualify, no application is needed. *Parent letter & meal information can be found at https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/223129/2020-2021_FCSD_Application.pdf *The breakfast & lunch menus can always be found at www.freeland.nutrislice.com Please email our Director of Nutrition Services Caila Wellsted at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
Freeland Girls Golf wins first TVC Jamboree. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/08/high-school-competition-returns-with-bay-city-john-glenn-beginning-new-era-in-tri-valley-conference.html
Freeland High School’s 2nd season fishing in Michigan BASS Nation High School tournaments was very successful. The Freeland Team's growth shows in the Angler Of The Year standings. AOY is an accumulation of points earned based on how a team finishes each of the 4 team trails throughout regular season. 2020 AOY results are based on a field of 200 anglers. Michigan’s top 3 anglers earned at spot in Nationals. Our results: • Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich 5th place • Jack Sprague & Cole Jimkoski tied for 6th • Dalton Polega & Luke East 51st When you take a look at last season you can see how our teams improved. Ruckman & Helmreich: Two years in a row 5th in AOY. Runner up for Nationals in 2019. Sprague & Jimkoski: 34th in 2019 to 6th in 2020. Polega & East: Jumped from 75th to 51st in 2020. Our angler's dedication, passion, and hard work continues to show in their results. All three teams qualified for State Championship/National Qualifier on Sept. 5-6. Congratulations and good luck!
One of the many challenges Freeland Schools has going into the start of school is the distribution of tech devices to our 2-12 "in-person" students and our Y5-12 "virtual" students. To make this happen, we are looking for volunteers (a great way for students to get service hours) to help us set up for our distribution. Work will be at Freeland Elementary School any time Monday, Aug. 17 - Thursday, Aug. 20 between 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Those interested can contact Kelly Baker at email@example.com for more information.
The Freeland High School Bass Team finished the 2020 regular season on Lake St Clair. Michigan BASS Nation had 61 high school teams competing from across the state. Our three teams never cease to amaze! They have a hard work ethic and a passion for the sport of fishing. Jack Sprague & Cole Jimkoski finished 9th w/ 18.31 lbs Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich took 18th w/ 16.94 lbs Dalton Polega & Luke East were 30th w/ 13.12 None of this would be possible with out the great support we receive. Thank you to not only our friends, family and boat captains but also to our sponsors - Frank's Great Outdoors U Spa Salon & More The Kernel Burner Spicer Group, Inc. Schauman Construction & Rental’s AFTCO Big Bite Baits Fishing Lures Sunline Dirty Jigs Tackle Gamakatsu Denali Rods SPRO U.S.A
We are still in need of volunteers for our summer meals program. Use this link to see the available time slots https://docs.google.com/document/d/16H8JKNkJtJXp1ROkFStjj6GzTasNgxD5c4BMnbyU12s/edit?usp=sharing Thank you for considering!
Our nutrition services department is gearing up for the coming school year, and is looking to add two part time positions along with four sub positions. Holidays, weekends, PD days and summers off. Paid sick/personal days and paid holidays. If you or someone you know may be interested, use this link to apply: https://careers.compassgroupcareers.com/main/jobs/415400?lang=en-us Questions can be directed to our Director of Nutrition Services, Caila Wellsted at firstname.lastname@example.org
And update from the nutrition services department: The USDA has let us know that the produce box program has ended. There is no additional funding at this time. The last day to pick up free summer meals is August 24th at the Elementary from 4-6. Our nutrition services staff and volunteers are thankful we were able to serve our community and beyond since March.
Freeland's 2020-21 School Calendar is below. Highlights: First day of school: Mon., Aug. 31, 2020 No School: Sept. 4th & 7th Thanksgiving Break: Wed., Nov. 25 – Fri., Nov. 27 Winter Break: Mon., Dec. 21 – Fri., Jan. 1 No School: Mon., Jan. 18th Spring Break: Mon., Mar. 29 – Mon., Apr. 5 Walleye Break: Thu., Apr. 22 – Fri., Apr. 23 No School: Mon., May 31 Last Day of School: Fri., June 11, 2021
2020-21 Athletic Registration Starting in the 2020-21 school year, Freeland athletes will register online at FamilyId.com. This registration process will take the place of the athletic green card that was used in the past. Parents/athletes will log in, create an account and complete the registration process. This includes verification of the athletes sports physical, concussion education page, the athletic handbook, and other key information. This information is contained in the registration process, but for the 2020-21 school year, IF your athlete has a physical on file in the athletic office from the 2019-20 school year, then a complete new physical form MAY NOT be needed. In the registration process, you will answer 14 key medical questions (THE MHSAA HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE). If all of your answers are no, and the 2019-20 physical is on file, then a new full physical is NOT needed. If any of the answers to the health questionnaire questions is yes, then a full physical IS REQUIRED before an athlete can participate in a practice/or tryout. If the athlete does not have a physical on file from 2019-20, they are also required to complete a full physical before a practice/or tryout. If you have any questions concerning this new process for the 2020-21 school year, please contact the athletic office at 989-695-5986, or email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the registration process is completed, we will be notified. Payment of the athletic registration fee is required before the first practice or tryout date. The registration fee can be mailed to: Freeland High School, Athletics 8250 Webster Rd. Freeland, MI 49623, or dropped off at the high school starting August 3, 2020 We hope that electronic registration make the process easier. We are hoping to have a full school year and a full sports year starting in the fall. As we get closer to the August start dates for fall sports, we will have more information on the status of the upcoming season.
Graduation night in Freeland - Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Interested in viewing graduation? If so, please follow these instructions to view the ceremony live. To create a FREE account go to https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/users/sign_up and type in your name, email address, and a password. Search of Freeland and enjoy the 3 ceremonies at 6:00, 7:30, & 9:00.
Our nutrition services staff are in the kitchen today, preparing meals for this evenings meal distribution. Stop by Freeland Elementary from 4-6 this evening to pick up FREE meals for anyone 18 and under. It does not matter where you live or the district you attend. ALL are welcome!
Blueberries and Plums came in the produce boxes today! Produce boxes will be distributed from 4-6 tonight at the Middle School. Please see the diagram for traffic flow. These are free to any family. Also today from 11-2, we will be distributing free breakfast and lunch from the Elementary. We are serving macaroni and cheese, pizza, waffles and uncrustables. These meals are free to anyone 18 and under. It does not matter the district you attend or where you live. ALL are welcome!
The Freeland High School Bass Team participated in Michigan Bass Nation High School Team Trial at Lake St. Clair over the weekend. There were a total 69 boats. We’re very proud of our 3 Freeland teams: Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich took 3rd Place with a bag of 20.15lbs. Jack Sprague & Cole Jimkoski finished 4th with 19.63lbs Dalton Polega and Luke East finished 41st with 13.19lbs Freeland's 3 Teams compete on July 18th in Houghton Lake. Tune in to Facebook Live June 18th at 3:00 pm on Michigan Bass Nation to view the weigh in. June 19th they will be participating in the FLW H.S. State Championship on Houghton Lake. Thanks to our boat captains and our sponsors: Frank's Great Outdoors, U Spa Salon & More, The Kernel Burner, Schauman Construction & Rentals, Spicer Group, Inc., Big Bite Baits Fishing Lures, AFTCO Denali Rods, & SPRO USA Dirty Jigs Tackle.
Freeland places 2nd in the 7th annual A.H. Nickless Innovation Award competition A total of 12 teams of students representing five local schools advanced to present months of research on June 13, unconventionally finishing out the competition after an approximately two-month delay. The competition promotes innovation and creative thinking among high school students in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Project topics for the competition typically include issues related to alternative energy, healthcare, science, technology or life sciences. Second place: Foresight, Freeland High School Prizes: $2,500 scholarship per team member and a $10,000 STEM grant for the school. Team Leader Liam Pan and team members Hana Pan, Britnee Niedzielski, & Ashley Harvey, coached by Thomas Short; the team’s project was a vision-enhancing electronic device for individuals with low vision. Very proud of these Falcons!
MLive article sharing to Top 50 Michigan High Schools for Athletes (as ranked by Niche). Falcon fans are partial to #13 on the list. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/06/top-50-michigan-public-high-schools-for-athletes.html
Any Freeland 6th - 12th grade student interested in joining the cheer program for the sideline season, please contact Coach Graham at FreelandCheerTeam@gmail.com
The Freeland High School Bass Team kicked off their 1st tournament of the 2020 season at Lake Charlevoix over the weekend. There were a total 72 boats (w/ 3 from Freeland): Dalton Polega & Luke East Jack Sprague & Cole Jimkoski Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich Brayden Ruckman & Nate Helmreich took 1st Place with a winning bag of 18.05 lbs. Jack & Cole finished 30th w/ 11.51 lbs Freeland's 3 Teams compete on June 21st. Tune in to Facebook Live at 3:00 pm on Michigan Bass Nation to view the weigh in. We are very proud of our dedicated anglers. Thanks to our boat captains and our sponsors: Frank's Great Outdoors, U Spa Salon & More, The Kernel Burner, Schauman Construction & Rentals, Spicer Group, Inc., Big Bite Baits Fishing Lures, AFTCO Denali Rods, & SPRO USA Dirty Jigs Tackle.
Freeland Middle/High School is opened today until 2pm if you still need to drop off your Chromebook and school materials. Drive up to either entrance and our staff will assist in collecting these materials.
This is a reminder that we are still open for Chromebook and school materials drop off at the middle school and high school today until 3:30pm. Please make sure to drop your Chromebook by the end of the day today!
2020-21 Varsity Girls Golf Any high school girls interested in playing golf this fall, please contact coach Byrne by email: email@example.com.
mLIVE article featuring Freeland's fresh produce ditribution. Check it out. https://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw-bay-city/2020/05/freeland-schools-distribute-free-fresh-produce-to-everyone-regardless-of-residence-or-school.html
2020-2021 School Calendar Though Freeland still does not have a school calendar set for the 2020-2021 school year, please use this updated information for your planning: First day of school: Monday, August 31, 2020 Expected Thanksgiving Break: Wed, Nov 25 – Fri, Nov 27 Winter Break: Mon, Dec 21 – Fri, Jan 1 Possible Non-Session Days: Mon, Jan 18 & Mon, Feb 15 Spring Break: Monday March 29 – Monday, April 5 Expected Walleye Break: Thur, April 22 – Fri, April 23 Memorial Day (No School): Mon, May 31 Expected last day of school: Fri, June 11, 2021
We are asking YOU to design the Clash for a Cure t-shirt for the 11th year, due this weekend. Here are the requirements: The theme is #communitystrong and the colors can be red/white/blue. The shirt design should include these elements: - 11th Annual Freeland Clash For a Cure - September 11th, 2020 - vs Bay City John Glenn Deadline to email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org is May 30. Submit a jpg, pdf or eps file for consideration.
Make a difference and complete your 2020 Census. It matters! For every individual not counted, our community loses $1,800 each year across the next ten years. Give 10 minutes for your community. https://my2020census.gov/
All displaced persons at FHS are being moved to Center Courts in Saginaw Township this evening. Use of Freeland High School as an Emegency Shelter site is being discontinued tonight (Wednesday, 5/20).
The Freeland Board of Education Meeting tonight has been postponed until Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. Details will be posted on the District website (https://www.freelandschools.net/) and at the District Office (710 Powley Drive).
Freeland Schools do not need help at our sites for people displaced by the flood. However, we have been informed that the site at Midland High School does. We believe the Midland United Way is coordinating. Thank you for all the offers of support.
Freeland Football: Helping those caring for others. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/05/freeland-falcons-make-run-to-help-frontline-workers-at-covenant-healthcare.html
Not only are the Senior banners up around Freeland, but next week each member of the Class of 2020 will receive, with their cap and gown, a print of the banner. Our community is amazing. Community members, parents, Freeland alumni, and so many individuals gave something to make this possible. Businesses and organizations contributed as well, including the Freeland Lions Club, the Freeland Chamber of Commerce, Leaman’s Green Applebarn, Freeland Bean & Grain, United Financial Credit Union, Lady Jane’s Quilt Shop, and so many more... A special thanks to Katryn Coman and the FHS Class of 1970, without whom, this would not have happened, and to our great partners at Tittabawassee Township. Donations more than paid for the project, and we are working on using the remainder to assure the FHS Class of 2020 is made to feel as special as they truly are.
Freeland Elementary and Freeland Learing Center Teacher Appreciation Video. Thank you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Qyo3DGW1yM
To: FHS Staff From: FHS Seniors Since we couldn't properly say good-bye, the Class of 2020 wanted to make sure you knew how much we appreciate everything you have done for us these past four years. We hope you enjoy this video! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1n0YevB5jQCz0Bq7rTUlJ3oZDbUJWbsm3/view
There is still time to recognize a graduating FHS Senior with a special dedication message in the yearbook! If you are interested, please contact Ms. Krygier at email@example.com. Dedications will be accepted until May 22.
FHS Seniors - Virtual Prom is here!!! Please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Voting ballots are in your school email and voting ends at midnight.
Help the FHS Class of 19780 honor the 2020 FHS Graduating Class with banners on the poles throughout Freeland. There 135 seniors in the class. The banner design has been created (see the photo). They cost $3618. They have received $1470 as of yesterday's mail. There will be 2 photos on each banner (back to back) because of the number of poles available. The township will put up the banners and keep them there until they put up the 4th of July banners. Zentx will print a 12x18 photo of the banner for distribution to the students. They will be given to the school to distribute. Are you willing to help financially? We' like to see this especially as a gift from the Class of 1970 to celebrate our 50th anniversary. Excess funds will be given to the school for 2020 class graduation activities. Call Kathryn Coman at 989-695-2491. Mail checks to Kathryn Coman at 9685 Mulberry Court, Freeland, MI 48623. If you want to make an electronic payment, use PayPal to her account with email email@example.com.
On Friday, May 1, FHS plans to celebrate with a virtual at-home prom in an effort to bring some joy to our students who would have attended. We would love for you to share pictures of you in your formal wear! These images will also be featured in the yearbook. Voting for prince, princess, king, and queen we also take place Friday, May 1 on a google form. Email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year, the Tri Valley Conference honors the top three academic achievers from each school. FHS is proud to congratulate Liam Pan, Austyn Smith, and Madelyn Snider for this honor! Check out the slidehow. https://screencast-o-matic.com/u/p7c/TVC-2020-AcademicHonors
MLive's Top 5 Freeland Athletes since 2000. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/04/presenting-the-top-5-freeland-athletes-since-2000.html
Update on the Class of 2020 - Help honor the 2020 FHS Graduating Class. Some of you may have seen 2020 Senior banners in Caseville (see previous post). Thers's a plan for doing the same for our 2020 seniors at Freeland. There 138 seniors in the class. It's going to cost $3618 for one set of banners. There will be 2 photos on each banner (back to back) because of the number of poles available. The township will put up the banners and keep them there until they put up the 4th of July banners. Zentx will print a 12x18 photo of the banner for distribution by the school to each student. Are you willing to help financially? This is being coordinated by the Class of 1970 to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Excess funds will be given to the school for 2020 class graduation activities. Call Kathryn Coman at 989-695-2491. Mail checks to her at 9685 Mulberry Court, Freeland, MI 48623. If you want to make an electronic payment, use PayPal to her account with email email@example.com.
To help honor the 2020 FHS Graduating Class, some members of the FHS Class of 1970 liked the photos of the 2020 seniors on banners in Caseville (see photo), and are planning to do the same for Freeland's 2020 Seniors. With photos provided by the school and 138 Seniors in the class, the cost will be about $2000. There will be 2 photos on each banner (back to back) because of the number of poles available. The township will put up the banners and keep them there until they put up the 4th of July banners. Two sets of banners will be made so that each senior can have the banner with their photo. They are looking for people to help financially, especially graduates of Freeland High School. Contact Kathryn Coman (Class of 1970) at 989-695-2491. Checks can be mailed to her at 9685 Mulberry Court, Freeland, MI 48623. Any funds in excess of the cost of the banners will be given to the FHS to help make the 2020 graduation special for our Seniors.
FHS will be lighting up Falcon Stadium tonight, April 20, 2020, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time) for 20 minutes, 20 seconds, to acknowledge the Class of 2020, their contributions to our school, and to let them know we are thinking of them. This event will be shown on Facebook Live so you can safely watch from home. Falcon Stadium will be closed during this time. Families, please stay your cars (in the parking lot) if you come to see the lights.
Freeland Fans - Let the Saginaw News know how much we miss our Spring sports by voting Tyler McLaren as the Baseball player we will miss most. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/04/vote-for-saginaw-area-baseball-player-fans-will-miss-most-this-season.html
Freeland's Chloe Savage wins Saginaw News poll as Softball player fans will miss watching the most. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/04/freelands-chloe-savage-wins-vote-as-saginaw-area-softball-player-fans-will-miss-watching.html
FHS is joining the many schools using their facilities to recognize Seniors. We will be lighting up Falcon Stadium on Monday, April 20, 2020, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time) for 20 minutes, 20 seconds, to acknowledge the Class of 2020, their contributions to our school, and to let them know we are thinking of them. Though Falcon Stadium will be closed during this time, the lights will be visible from Webster Road and the FHS parking lot. Families are welcome to stay in their cars and come see the lights.
We are asking YOU to design the Clash for a Cure t-shirt. Here are the requirements: The theme is #communitystrong and the colors can be red/white/blue. The shirt design should include these elements: - 11th Annual Freeland Clash for a Cure - September 11, 2020 - vs Bay City John Glenn The deadline to email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org is May 30. Submit a jpg, pdf or eps file for consideration. Visit https://www.facebook.com/freelandclashforacure/ for more information.
Sadly, the Saginaw County Mall Art Show was cancelled. In lieu of the mall display I have created a virtual show to recognize the works I was able to collect before we parted ways. Great job! Keep practicing! https://youtu.be/IOFjM9VcvW8
The Saginaw Knitting Mill, who donated shirts to Freeland businesses that are still open, has agreed to offer their shirts to the people in the community to purchase, with proceeds given back to businesses in Freeland. Please share. Online ordering for SKM COVID-19 2020 ends on Monday June 1st, 2020 (11:59pm EDT) https://wewillsurvivefreeland.itemorder.com/
Freeland Soccer scrimmages to 2-2 tie (Suggestion: Please read the article/watch the video before commenting) https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/04/freeland-boys-soccer-team-ties-in-social-distance-scrimmage.html
Due to challenges regarding children congregating at our schools, especially our fields, beginning immediately, and in effect throughout the State of Michigan's "stay-at-home" order, we are not allowing students on school property without one of their parents present. We have begun communicating this today, and will have signs up on Monday. Please share this information with others as we cannot have groups of children coming together like this. We hope this eliminates the problem, while still allowing families to use our facilities while practicing appropriate social distancing.
Attention FHS parents/students: The yearbook wants to capture the meaningful experiences of our students. as they stay home & stay safe! Share a description (20-45 words) & picture to Ms. Krygier at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing what everyone has been doing! DEADLINE: April 24.
Want to make a difference from your home? Complete your 2020 Census. It matters! For every individual not counted, our community loses $1,800 each year across the next ten years. Give 10 minutes for your community. https://my2020census.gov/
FHS Girls Basketball Honors Division II All-State: Kadyn Blanchard - 1st Team Matt Hirschenberger - Coach of the Year Congratulations! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/04/meet-the-associated-press-division-2-girls-basketball-all-state-team.html
Thank you to the 84 participants in the Freeland HS Virtual 5K. What an awesome turnout. Check out the results. https://docs.google.com/document/d/12ZdSHK_7RXVW-b7bGBbnsZb_f8rlobWSKAI0TxZ47LE/edit?usp=sharing
Saginaw News GBB Dream Team Player of the Year: Kadyn Blanchard Hon. Mention: Peyton Hansen Coach of the Year: Matt Hirschenberger So proud of our team! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/03/meet-mlives-2019-20-girls-basketball-dream-team-from-saginaw.html
Options for Internet Access - Please share with those who may not have. There are some FREE options! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Svo2zVwbPIJp4E9w61zInJI3HiziWHtzhJ4Yjl3ZRuE/edit
Please use the link https://www.freelandschools.net/2020-school-election--2 to check out information regarding the May 5 ballot proposals. Specific questions can be directed to a building principal or to Superintendent Matt Cairy, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 989.695.5527.
FREE meals to ANY child 18 and younger (up to 26 with a disability), beginning today, Monday, March 16. Breakfast and lunch, Monday - Friday, from 8:00-10:00 am & 11:00-2:00 pm. Meals delivered to your car, served at the Freeland Elementary back entrance. Pull up, let us know how many children you are providing meals for, and we will bring the meals to you. You may also walk, bike, etc and pick up a meal at the door to take with you. We look forward to seeing you today!
Freeland Community School District is ready to provide FREE meals to any child 18 and younger and up to 26 with a disability, beginning March 16th. We will serve breakfast and lunch Monday - Friday from 8:00 am- 10:00 am and 11:00 am through 2:00 pm. We will provide meals right to your car. Meals will be served at the Elementary, from the back entrance. You pull up, let us know how many children you are providing meals for and we will bring the meals to your car. You may also walk, bike, etc and pick up a meal at the door to take with you. We look forward to seeing you Monday!
MLive article highlighting last night's Freeland Girls Basketball Regional win. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/03/underrated-superstar-kadyn-blanchard-adds-to-freeland-playoff-legacy.html
Freeland vs. Chesaning - Top 10 "Must See" Regional Gilrs Basketball. Tuesday, 3/10, @ Owosso, 5:30 pm tip. Go Falcons! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/03/top-10-must-see-girls-basketball-regional-semifinals.html
FHS Junior Nolan VanLoo is participating at the Individual Wrestling State Finals today and tomorrow @ Ford Field. Nolan lost his first match in a 5-1 Decision. Good luck to Nolan the rest of the way.
The Freeland Fabricators (5166) and their Robot Reveal. You have to see this! #freelandfalcons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkHP75VJdsE
Freeland Poms (w/ help from their alumni) entertain @ halftime. #freelandfalcons
Nice Midland Daily News Article highlighting FHS Senior Lauren Purdy. https://www.ourmidland.com/opinion/voices/article/Community-Connections-Impact-often-starts-with-a-15073585.php
Is your child interested in the art of musical theatre? Check out Spark Summer Theatre Camp, July 13 - August 14. This is a great experience held in Freeland's Performing Arts Center @ FHS. https://forms.gle/7T7xDDDjYyxvnpBy8
Congratulations to the following Freeland Band Members for 1st Division Ratings @ the MSBOA District Solo & Ensemble Festival. Soloists: Cady Bond, Caitlin Scileppi, Austyn Smith, Madison Gillis, Katlynn Sturis, Kellen Williamson, Robert French, Lydia Klopf, Annaleese Armstrong, Erin Collier, Anna Gillis, Grace Kostrzewa, & Connor Groff-Fhaner. Ensemblists: Bond, Scileppi, & Smith; Logan Traxler, Jeremiah Niedzielski, & Logan Kipfmiller; Lily Nitz, Natalie Sadenwater, Sturis, & Carlie Mieske. Great job!
Nice mLive article featuring the Freeland Girls Basketball Team. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2020/02/freeland-girls-basketball-players-all-in-for-z-and-each-other.html
The Freeland Lions Club is looking for the 2020 Walleye Festival Logo, and will provide the FHS student who creates it w/ a $200 gift card/scholarship. Original designs are due by the end of the school day on Fri., 2/14/20, submitted in pdf format to email@example.com
Power back on @ FHS/FMS - girls basketball practices will occur
9th Grade Girls vs Fenton - @ FES due to power outage - all events @ FHS/FMS have been moved/cancelled
Though Freeland does not have a school calendar set for the 2020-21 school year, please use the following information for your planning: 1st day of school: Tues, 9/1 Labor Day Break: Fri, 9/4 – Mon, 9/7 Expected Thanksgiving Break: Wed, 11/25 – Fri, 11/27 Winter Break: Mon, 12/21 – Fri, 1/1 Expected Non-Session Days: Mon, 1/18 & Mon, 2/15 Spring Break: Mon, 3/29 – Mon, 4/5 Expected Walleye Break: Thur, 4/22 – Fri, 4/23 Memorial Day (No School): Mon, 5/24 Expected last day of school: On or before Fri, 6/18
Though we are hoping not to have any Snow Days this year, Freeland Schools are committed to making certain students get a good meal on those days. In the event a Snow Day occurs, lunch will be served from 11:30 - 12:30, at Freeland Elementary School. We will be serving the main hot entree and a cold sandwich option. This is FREE to anyone under the age of 18, and up to age 26 with a disability. Adults may purchase a meal. Just enter the front/east doors (by the District Office) and join us for lunch.
Bass Fishing Club meeting tonight, Wednesday, January 8, at 7:00 pm at Freeland Elementary, Room 207. Please have both a parent/guardian and your student in attendance.FHS Bass Fishing is looking for competitive bass anglers for the 2020 season. If you are interested in joining the Bass Fishing Club, see a few of the requirements below. 1. Must be a student at Freeland Schools and be going into 8th - 12th grade in the summer of 2020. 2. Must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA 3. Must have a boat or access to a boat that meets these requirements: https://goo.gl/RUuaHK 4. Must have a fishing partner that also attends Freeland. We compete in BASS and FLW tournaments and are looking for team members who are dedicated to competing at the highest level locally and nationally. Questions can be addressed to Heather Ruckman at Freelandbassfishing@gmail.com.
Freeland Girls Basketball wins over Alma. #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Blanchard-s-26-lead-Freeland-girls-over-Alma-14957531.php
Freeland Boys Basketball tops Alma. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-boys-edge-Alma-improve-to-5-1-14957807.php
FHS Bass Fishing is looking for competitive bass anglers for the 2020 season. If you are interested in joining the Bass Fishing Club, see a few of our requirements below. 1. Must be a student at Freeland Schools and be going into 8th - 12th grade in the summer of 2020. 2. Must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA 3. Must have a boat or access to a boat that meets these requirements: https://goo.gl/RUuaHK 4. Must have a fishing partner that also attends Freeland. We compete in BASS and FLW tournaments and are looking for team members who are dedicated to competing at the highest level locally and nationally. For more information about joining the Bass Fishing Club, please join us for an informational meeting on Wednesday, January 8th at 7:00 pm at Freeland Elementary, Room 207. Please have both a parent/guardian and your student in attendance. Please feel free to reach out prior to our meeting with any questions to Heather Ruckman at Freelandbassfishing@gmail.com.
Do not miss the 2nd Annual FHS Wrestling Euchre Tournament! Your $30 ticket includes entry, dinner, drinks, & more. A fun night supporting our wrestling program. Come join us! https://www.facebook.com/Freeland-Falcon-Wrestling-Annual-Euchre-Fundraiser-542870562806096/
Freeland Schools is excited to announce that Izabella Lopez has been hired to fill the role of Learning Center Principal/Director of Elementary Student Support. Currently serving as an elementary principal, Mrs. Lopez previously spent 10 years as a 1st grade teacher in our district. Mrs. Lopez will start on January 20th. Until that point, Jacque Chislea will serve as Interim Principal at the Learning Center as Mr. Hillborg transitions to FES.
Freeland Boys Basketball tops Valley Lutheran, 54-49. https://www.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/12/571e7a563d7266/freeland-defeats-valley-lutheran-5449-in-basketball-game.html
Freeland's Jack Dreyer was chosen as 1 of 3 finalists for the 1st ever Hawkins Award (to the top senior football player in Saginaw County), sponsored by The Saginaw Club. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/12/hemlock-senior-brady-devereaux-wins-first-hawkins-award.html
Looking for some quality entertainment at home this weekend? Checkout tFreeland's most recent Powley Street Singers' Concert. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=OHUk4-CXTu4&fbclid=IwAR35k6Rt5Xi8NT1E2hyT54FD4uCfe-ZcS43mKEk28M01sJzNS9LbTHMWSvc
Freeland Girls Basketball opens their season tonight, at home vs. Midland Dow. Tip follows the JV Girls game (@ approximately 7:30). Go Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Tough-task-Hirschenberger-reflects-on-taking-14875920.php
Freeland Elementary PTO Meeting - Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 6:30 p.m., @ Freeland Elementary School. https://www.facebook.com/freelandptoeslc/
Freeland Volleyball falls in Quarterfinals. Congratulations on a great season! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Kingsley-overpowers-Freeland-in-Div-2-volleyball-14847864.php
Look for a gift for the Freeland Falcon fan who has everything? Who does not need an ugly sweater sweatshirt? https://freelandfalconuglysweater.itemorder.com/sale
Freeland's Soccer & Volleyball All- Conference Honorees: Soccer: 1st Team - Jacob Crook, Stephen Duggan, 2nd Team - Taylor Armbruster, Alex Robbins, Mason Parent. Volleyball: 1st Team - Caitlinn Pistro, 2nd Team - Elli Howard, Kadyn Blanchard.
Freeland's football season ends in quarter finals. Great season Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-football-falls-to-No-2-Kingsley-in-14840699.php
Quarter Finals will be at 7:00 Tuesday night @ Ionia vs. Kingsley. Start making your travel plans. Go Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-wins-first-regional-volleyball-title-in-14836633.php
The Saginaw News highlights quarterbacks in the Regional Finals, including Freeland's Bryson Huckeby. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/11/freeland-swan-valley-nouvel-follow-first-year-quarterbacks-to-quarterfinals.html
Freeland Volleyball travels to Owosso on Thursday for a 6:00 pm Regional Final vs. Birch Run. Go Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Rappley-stars-as-Freeland-advances-in-volleyball-14830368.php
Freeland Football travels to Kingsley on Saturday to vie for a Regional Championship vs. the Stags @ 1:00 p.m. Go Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-football-wins-diistrict-title-on-14821991.php
Mlive article highlighting Freeland's District Championship Volleyball win over Swan Valley. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/11/freeland-caitlinn-pistro-jump-past-swan-valley-for-district-title.html
Want to attend the football game Friday, but do not want to be out in the cold? The Freeland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers in the Concession Stand. See the link below: https://signup.com/mobileweb/2.0/vspot.html?activitykey=505733702021#anonymous_invite_page
Freeland Volleyball tops Creek in 3 sets. Moves on to District Semi-Finals. #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-defeats-nbsp-Bullock-Creek-advances-in-14809437.php
Braydon Honsinger earned All-State Honors with a 13th place finish @ the Division II State XC Finals. Jacob Wurtzel finished 103rd out of the 246 runner field. #freelandfalcons
Freeland Football opens playoffs tonight vs. Shepherd. Kickoff @ 7:00 - Falcon Stadium. Go Falcons! #freelandfalcons https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/10/freelands-kevin-townsend-happy-for-chance-to-go-for-101st-win.html
MLive video of interview with Freeland Football Coach Kevin Townsend about his 100th win. Townsend is 100-49 heading into Friday's playoff game with Shepherd. #freelandfalcons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC2gkww0XEY
Freeland Volleyball bests Frankenmuth 3-1. #freelandfalcons https://www.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/10/ce0d25094c3698/freeland-takes-the-win-against-frankenmuth-for-their-senior-night-volleyball-match.html
Freeland Soccer season ends with 2-0 loss in Regional Semi-Finals. #freelandfalcons https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/10/freelands-boys-soccer-season-ends-in-regional-loss-to-macomb-lutheran-north.html
Did you know that each child must have a transportation form on file with the Transportation Department in order to ride the bus? By law, we are only allowed to transport your children based on what is indicated on the transportation form (home or alternate site). Only in emergencies will the buses be allowed to transport children to another location AND only if the Transportation Department has been notified and approved the request. If you need to make any changes to your child’s transportation schedule, please follow the link below and complete a new form. Completed forms can be emailed to Karri Dill at firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at any school office. https://www.freelandschools.net/o/fcsd/browse/34453
Freeland tops Garber in TVC Volleyball match. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-beats-Garber-in-volleyball-14537339.php
This week the Freeland Special Services Department is highlighting Mrs. Suzanne Ferguson. Mrs. Ferguson has been teaching for 32 years and has worked in Freeland for 27 of those years. She teaches at both the Learning Center and the Elementary School. She has endorsements in Cognitive Impairments, Learning Disabilities, and Early Childhood Education. She also has a special interest in Autism. Mrs. Ferguson has been START trained and has served as a START Coach for six years. She has assisted in starting the PALSS program and has served on the START/PALSS teams since they were started. She enjoys working with kids and helping them achieve their goals. Mrs. Ferguson believes that Freeland is a wonderful community to work in. The community is very supportive of the students and the staff. Together we make a difference. Thank you Mrs. Ferguson for all you do for students in the Freeland Community School District. You make a difference!
Freelland Volleyball tops Swan Valley. #freelandfalcons https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-beats-Swan-Valley-in-volleyball-14505587.php
Freeland Soccer falls 3-0 to Frankenmuth in TVC matchup. https://www.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/10/a140a33b7d6669/frankenmuth-comes-out-30-against-freeland-in-soccer-match.html
Should John Glenn accept the bid to join the TVC, Freeland's division would include: Swan Valley, Alma, Glenn, Garber, Frankenmuth, Bridgeport, & Birch Run. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/09/john-glenn-receives-long-awaited-invite-to-join-tri-valley-conference.html
Freeland tops John Glenn and Clio, falls to Valley at quad. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-goes-2-1-at-its-volleyball-quad-14481702.php
Freeland’s football game at Alma has been postponed until Saturday @ 11:00 a.m. due to weather. Play resumes with Freeland up 26-14.
Freeland Soccer tops Swan Valley 4-3. https://www.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/09/7540361fe41378/freeland-defeats-swan-valley-in-evening-soccer-game-43.html
Darren McCarty Slapstick Comedy Tour @ the Freeland Performing Arts Center on Sat., Oct. 12, from 7:00-9:00 pm w/ a meet & greet after (included w/ ticket). Proceeds benefit the FMS Travel Club. Contact Mindi Hannon (email@example.com) for tickets. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1axFnNL5Vn4xRzdJ3ztlwhzIX_UKolBWW/view
Due to interest, Freeland is adding a 2nd FTC Robotics Team (#6000) for students in grades 6th - 8th. If your student is interested, there will be an informational meeting for students and parents on Thursday (9/19) from 6:30-7:30 at Freeland Elementary. If you have questions, contact Coach Jason Rutkiewicz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Freeland Volleyball goes 2-1 at quad match Wednesday night. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-goes-2-1-at-its-volleyball-quad-14433078.php
Do you know the apps on your child's phone? Concerned about social media's impact on children? This is a free event in Saginaw you may want to check out. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-culture-of-kids-digital-trends-2019-2020-immanuel-lutheran-tickets-64706949227
Thank you to all the teachers, coaches, bus drivers, custodians, and principals for their efforts to keep our students and parents safe tonight.
All students taking shelter at FHS will be kept there until the warning expires.
Freeland Volleyball highlighted by the Saginaw News. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/09/freeland-turns-to-athletes-to-avenge-lone-volleyball-loss.html
Freeland Soccer tops Birch Run 9-2. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-dominates-Birch-Run-in-soccer-14417862.php
Freeland Volleyball goes 3-0 at quad match. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-goes-3-0-at-own-volleyball-quad-14414895.php
The FHS Robotics Team will compete Saturday @ Dow High. This is a free event & coaches are there to introduce interested families to robotics. Additional information & signup in Oct/Nov. Interested? Contact Coach Snider, email@example.com (9/4 practice is cancelled)
If you are interested in purchasing Freeland Falcon apparel, please click on the link below to view available items. Orders must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11 https://freelandlearningcenter2019.itemorder.com/sale
Freeland vs. Garber seems like the game of the week for Falcon fans. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/09/vote-for-must-see-saginaw-area-football-game-in-week-2.html
Have you visited Boon Supply yet? They have amazing, reusable shopping bags & 40% of all sales come back to the FPSO so they can continue to help the students at FHS. Click on the link below to start shopping! https://www.boonsupply.com/collections/601210-freeland-parent-support-organization-fpso?fbclid=IwAR0XPpH1zSaXE_cDpuJW99QB-9F_fFDXeAoYFrKwS7gVv8DFD93b4zp0GQ0
The 2019-20 Updated Freeland Bus routes have been posted. They can be found at https://www.freelandschools.net/ > Menu > Parents & Communty (Transportation) > Transportation Documents > Bus Schedule 19-20
Freeland 27 - Marshall 26 in 2OT
Game will resume @ 10:20ish
Waiting on making a decision about tonight’s game
Football game is set to resume @ 10:10 - lightening after 10:00 will cancel the game this evening.
The Football game is currently set to resume @ 9:40.
Football game is currently set to resume at 9:18
Freeland Football 0-0 after 1st quarter. Postponed due to lightening - start time is currently 9:11 pm
Freeland Volleyball sweeps quad matches. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-volleyball-goes-3-0-at-own-quad-14396371.php
Freeland Football hosts Marshall tonight @ 7:00. Can't get to the game? All events at Falcon Stadium and the FHS Gym are streamed live on the NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/freeland-high-school-freeland-mi/game9630f5706
Freeland Soccer tops Alma 2-0. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-nets-two-in-first-half-to-defeat-Alma-14380325.php
Freeland Volleyball reaches Perry Volleyball Invitational Semifinals. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-reaches-semis-at-Perry-volleyball-invite-14377596.php
Freeland Soccer goes 2-1 @ Saginaw Heritage Showcase https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-soccer-goes-2-1-at-tournament-14376360.php
The 2019-20 Freeland Bus routes have been posted. They can be found at https://www.freelandschools.net/ > Menu > Parents & Communty (Transportation) > Transportation Documents > Bus Schedule 19-20
FHS Robotics Club is accepting new team members for 19-20. Interested in learning more? Join us Aug 28, Sept. 3 & 4 from 6-8pm at the FES gym. No commitment necessary. See the workshop & gather information. ?s Contact Coach Snider at Charlie.firstname.lastname@example.org or 297-0361
Freeland Girls Cross Country is featured by the MHSSA Second Half. Great article. https://secondhalf.mhsaa.com/All-News/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/8388/Freeland-Girls-Realizing-Fast-Pace-Potential
Freeland Soccer evens record at 1-1 with win over Bullock Creek. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Freeland-defeats-Lancers-in-boys-soccer-14362273.php
Congratulations to FHS Senior Kadyn Blanchard who has committed to playing basketball at Ferris State University. https://michigangirlssportsreport.com/committed-kadyn-blanchard/
Due to continual changes, the Freeland Bus Routes will be finalized and posted on Friday, August 23, 2019. Questions before then can be directed to Karri Dill the Transportation Department Secretary at email@example.com or 989.695.5101.
Freeland Football is featured in 2 of the Top 10 games to watch. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/08/11b24892b17659/saginawareas-top-10-football-games-to-watch.html
Due to continual changes, the Freeland Bus Routes will be finalized and posted on Friday, August 23, 2019. Questions before then can be directed to Karri Dill the Transportation Department Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989.695.5101.
The inaugural Bailee Mantei Foundation 3v3 Soccer Tournament is this Saturday. Live More Like Bailee. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/article/Inaugual-3-on-3-soccer-tournament-Saturday-to-14202189.php
The Freeland High School sports season begins on Monday, August 12. Please check out the information you need at https://freelandathletics.com/. Go Falcons!
Spark Summer Theatre Camp begins next Monday, July 15th. Their website is updated with the schedule and they still have a few spots available. https://sparksummertc.wixsite.com/mysite
Have you turned in your 2019-20 Request for Student Transportation? Secretary Karrie Dill is busy making route updates for the new year and we need your information. Still have your form, drop it off to the FCSD District Office or email it to email@example.com.
Midland Daily News article featuring Freeland teacher Jessi Koehler. https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/SVSU-inspires-code-curriculum-in-Freeland-14017174.php#photo-17711176
Freeland's Softball season ends in tough State Quarterfinal loss. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/06/68a7ccf6229103/freeland-loses-duel-to-escanaba-gabi-salo-in-division-2-softball-quarterfinal.html
Unfortunately, due to weather, the Freeland Elementary 4th and 5th grade field day has been cancelled for today. (2nd and 3rd grade field day is still scheduled for tomorrow.)
Freeland Softball defeats Alma (6-5) and Frankenmuth (10-7) for a Regional Championship! Go Falcons!
Falcon's Soccer season ends with shootout loss to Ramblers. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/06/74fdcd082d499/freeland-girls-soccer-tourney-run-ends-in-boyne-city-shootout.html
Regional Soccer Final vs. Boyne City - 7:00 tonight @ Clare. Go Falcons! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/06/freeland-falcons-remember-who-they-are-in-time-to-reach-soccer-regional-final.html
Freeland Softball - District Champs!
MLive shines a spotlight on FHS Senior Lily Beyer's stellar athletic career. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/05/e017c3d6bf9241/freelands-lily-beyer-never-quit-on-standout-softball-golf-basketball-career.html
Interested in watching Freeland's Graduation @ 7:00 tonight, but aren't able to make it to Falcon Stadium? For a fee, you can use the link below to watch live on the MHSAA.TV/NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/freeland-high-school-freeland-mi/evte48c6f15ef
Why Freeland's Electronic Research class (Senior Projects) can be so beneficial for students - check out the post from one of our judges. https://www.facebook.com/491239000914383/posts/2354387787932819?s=1002985302&sfns=xmo
Freeland's Track teams were great at the Saginaw County Meet, with Noah Klopf taking home MVP honors. Check out the results. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/05/2f424009c31001/korfschultz-saginaw-county-track-meet-results.html
FHS Senior Softball standout Cam Coonan was named Saginaw Sports Player of the Week. Congratulations! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/05/freeland-softball-player-cam-coonan-claims-saginaw-player-of-week-honor.html
Very nice article featuring FHS Senior Connor VanLoo. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/05/ef24d513a55217/freeland-gymnast-connor-van-loo-flips-for-navy.html
FMS is going to part with 16 used computer tables. We have no use for them and no space to store them. They are free to anyone who is able to come to FHS/FMS and take them away. Please contact Kelly Baker at 989.695.5527 or firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Our Fifth Graders released 117 Chinook Salmon today at the Tittabawasse River! Mrs. Henning’s science classes raised the salmon from eggs to a young salmon smolt stage in their classroom tank. The students learned about caring for the salmon, how the salmon came to live in the Great Lakes, balancing conservation of our natural ecosystems, as well as Michigan river systems.
Freeland Softball's Lily Beyer was recognized as Saginaw News Athlete of the Week. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/05/freelands-lily-beyer-claims-saginaw-spring-sports-athlete-of-week-honor.html
Check out the link to last night's awesome Powley Street Singers' Concert. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2vBb1LZeNE&fbclid=IwAR2FnF673NOqW-KICrjdM-QgFK35uuQ2Ocf64UiBo_1w9FpcOO5z65FdncM
Freeland shows well in Division III Soccer rankings. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/05/6130cd0db57243/new-no-1-in-division-3-headlines-latest-michigan-girls-prep-soccer-rankings.html
3rd and 4th grade will take the M-STEP next week.
Freeland's Prom was held on Friday, May 3. Check out the pictures from a night of fun. https://www.mlive.com/prom/2019/05/freeland-attends-prom-2019-with-golden-gatsby-gala-theme.html
PIctures from Freeland vs. Swan Valley Baseball. http://kollethphoto.com/freeland-at-swan-valley-baseball
Freeland baseball splits with Birch Run, loses one to Swan Valley. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/No-5-Swan-Valley-beats-Freeland-in-baseball-13808988.php
Freeland students "Walk a Mile" to raise awareness for, and help end, gender violence and sexual assault. https://www.wnem.com/news/high-schoolers-march-against-sexual-assault/article_3dca270c-6abf-11e9-b879-cbeed7149ef7.html
Freeland Elementary students received a surprise visit from rock band Pop Evil. https://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw-bay-city/2019/04/freeland-student-choir-surprised-by-rock-band-pop-evil-after-performing-one-of-its-songs.html
Freeland Soccer Coach Ciaran Byrne shares expectations for the year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=49&v=Pt7cs3Y5Q5Y
Freeland Soccer tops Valley Lutheran, 8-0. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/04/322fe9d8534951/freeland-takes-on-swan-valley-girls-soccer-on-the-turf-due-to-the-weather-conditions.html
Photo gallery from Freeland's Softball game against Alpena. http://kollethphoto.com/freeland-softball-vs-alpena
FHS Senior Autumn Kloha (Soccer) named Saginaw Player of the Week. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/04/freeland-all-stater-autumn-kloha-earns-first-saginaw-spring-sports-player-of-week-honor.html
Spotlight on the FHS Robotics Team (the Freeland Fabricators) during the state championship last week, featuring FHS student Elizabeth Hedlund. nbc25news.com/news/local/students-compete-in-robotics-competition-at-svsu?jwsource=em
A reminder to all 6th grade parents/guardians: Freeland Middle School is hosting our incoming 7th grade parent/guardian transition presentation on Monday 4/22 at 6:30pm in the FMS cafeteria. Students are also welcome to attend.
Freeland alumnus Stacey Delaney (Rohr) has been named to the Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame. Delaney led the Falcons to two (2) State Softball Championships and hold several Michigan High School records. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/04/5978adcee76966/blair-white-joins-mom-in-saginaw-county-sports-hall-of-fame.html
FHS Robotics Team #5166 "The Fabricators" recently completed their outstanding 2019 season. Season highlights include: - Competing in 3 District events - Qualifying for the Michigan FRC State Championship - Falling 2 points short of International Competition - Excellence in Engineering Award (Delphi) - Quality Award (Motorola) - Midland District Finalist - Industrial Safety Award (Underwriters Laboratory) - Team Spirit Award (Consumers Energy) - Ranked #93 of 539 teams (17th percentile in state) Congratulations on a great season!
The A.H. Nickless Innovation Award honors creative and innovative high school students. FHS placed 2nd in this prestigious competition. Checkout the article. https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/Nickless-Awardevent-passes-outvaluable-honors-13773590.php#photo-1724073
Midland Daily News information on Thursday's FHS effort to bring awareness to stop sexual assault and gender violence. The community is invited to join us to support this cause. https://www.ourmidland.com/news/article/Freeland-students-plan-to-walk-nbsp-for-others-13767773.php
It’s time for another round of FOX66 Golden Apple Awards nominations! All nominations are done online - it’s so fast and easy! The best part is that ANYONE can nominate someone! Staff, students, parents, anyone! To nominate a teacher, simply go to wsmh.com/goldenapple! The Golden Apple Award recognizes hard working teachers that go above and beyond their job! The winning teacher, announced during “FOX66 News at 10” in June, will receive a FOX66 Golden Apple Award and be recognized for their tremendous work on FOX66 throughout the month! All nominations MUST be complete and turned in by Tuesday, April 30th at 11:59pm. Again, nominating a teacher is so fast and easy! Just go to wsmh.com/goldenapple! Thank you, and spread the word!
FREELAND STUDENTS WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES FREELAND - On Thursday, April 18, 2019, over 250 Freeland High School students will participate in a March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault, & Gender Violence. The March, including students of both genders, will begin in the Burger King parking lot, at the corner of Freeland and Midland Road, in Freeland, at 9:45 am. From there, students will walk along Washington Road to Webster Road, and end at FHS. This March is the culminating activity of an FHS Student Council and Be the Change project to raise awareness about this issue, and support the Underground Railroad, an organization focused on providing shelter and services for the survivors of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Freeland High School teacher and organizer Jen Neal is excited about the interest that she is seeing from students to support this cause, and hopes that members of the community would join to march with the students or just come and cheer us on the sidelines. “We welcome anyone from the community that would like to join us and support this worthy cause.”
Freeland baseball will be hosting their annual “Pack the Pub” fundraiser on Monday, April 15th, from 5:00 – 9:00 PM at 2nd Street Pub. Join us for dinner, meet the players and coaching staff, and check out the awesome raffle prizes!
Freeland Softball sweeps Hemlock on Opening Day. Check out the MLive photo gallery. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/04/0240fe3fc62071/photos-of-freeland-playing-their-opening-softball-game-against-hemlock.html
Congratulations to Kadyn Blanchard, 1st Team MLive Dream Team. Alyssa Argyle (2nd Team), Lily Beyer (HM), & Jayce Bourcier (HM) were also recognized. https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/04/3044fc0a908306/meet-mlives-201819-basketball-dream-teams-from-saginaw.html
Article detailing Freeland‘s Girls Basketball win that sent us to the State Finals @ 6:15 today. Go Falcons! https://expo.mlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/03/c16a7a23408658/freeland-fights-back-to-upset-hamilton-in-girls-hoops-state-semifinals.html
Tickets for Freeland's production of Annie (April 5th & 6th) are on sale now. Check out the rehearsal production. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVmEUrrbJ4k&feature=youtu.be
MDN article about Freeland's Quarter-Final win. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/highschool/article/Final-Four-once-more-Freeland-girls-rally-to-13701754.php
The Tuition Incentive Program provides $64.3 million of postsecondary tuition assistance to MI students. For the Class of 2019, 52.2% of Saginaw County TIP eligible seniors completed applications. At Freeland HS, 100% of our TIP eligible seniors have completed applications.
Know a current 4th-7th grade girl who is curious about technology? Camp Infinity is a summer technology camp for girls @ SVSU, June 17-21. Camp Infinity introduces girls to computer and internet technologies through hands-on activities. Check it out. https://mymcwt.secure.force.com/Events/cnp_paas_evt__ExternalRegistrationPage?Site_Id=a2N0a000000dm0nEAA
MLive article detailing Freeland's Regional Championship game. https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/03/54caca16ec5808/freeland-hands-central-montcalm-first-loss-to-continue-tourney-tradition.html
Congratulations to FHS students Lauren Henderson, Jessica Kelsey, Lauren Ostrowski, Emily Rood, & Ashley Schmidt for their induction into the National Technical Honor Society for qualifying Freeland students who attend the Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center.
FHS is parting with a Rockwell/Delta Heavy Duty 12" Variable Speed Wood Lathe. Check it out if you are interested. https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/auction/view?auc=2296505
Freeland Girls Basketball tops Corunna, 60-46, advances to Regional Finals.
The Falcons Girls Basketball team faces Corunna @ Mt. Morris in the Regional Semi-Final tonight. Tip @ 5:30. Go Falcons! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/03/freelands-kadyn-blanchard-claims-saginaw-girls-basketball-player-of-week.html
FMS Parents who are in need of a way to know what is going on in MS classes can now access a great home/school connection, go to www.freelandschools.net and follow these steps: MS Site > Menu > Parents and Community > Daily FMS Agenda
Freeland tops Swan Valley. District Girls Basketball Championship @ 7:00 Friday night vs. John Glenn at John Glenn. Go Falcons! https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/03/c583fbc0b27658/saginaw-playoff-roundup-reese-birch-run-bumped-from-girls-district-tourney.html
Are you looking for an occasional or even a permanent part time job opportunity? If so, Freeland has an opportunity for you. Follow the link below to fill out an application for kitchen positions. https://careers.compassgroupcareers.com/jobs?page=1&tags=Hourly
March is Reading Month- Read with Mrs. Criner https://sites.google.com/freelandschools.net/openthemagic/home Don't forget to check back daily!
Good luck to FHS Wrestlers Cole Fournier & Tyler Tomasek as they participate in the Individual Wrestling State Finals this weekend.
Freeland tops Swan Valley to set up District Final with Garber on Friday. https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/02/0bd6f2e13d9173/saginaw-basketball-roundup-heritage-tops-flushing-to-set-up-final-with-saginaw-high.html
Freeland Youth Wrestlers medaling @ the NEMWA State Finals. Champion: Noah Graham; 2nd place – Gibby Shepard, Adam Suitor, & Sam Klopf; 3rd place – Wyatt Brewer, Colton Winchell, Kael Foulds, Zack Clark, Easton Rosebush, Joseph Klopf, & Adam Brewster; 4th place – Colin Earls, Preston Wetherell, Bryson Lynch, Brigham Smith, & Cayden Remainder. Congratulations!
Freeland Girls Basketball continues TVC success. https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/02/df4795be6c2260/saginaw-girls-basketball-roundup-freeland-celebrates-senior-perfection.html
A successful weekend for Freeland athletics, as the FHS Competitive Cheer team finished 4th in Regionals, qualifying for the State Competition. Additionally, wrestlers Tyler Tomasek and Cole Fournier qualified for State finals. Go Falcons!
WeCode at Saginaw Valley State University is a FREE one-day weekend boot camp for beginners who would like to explore basics of coding using Sphero Programming. This camp is open to 5th – 12th graders and is being offered on Saturday, March 2nd and Saturday, March 9th (students may only attend ONE session). Additionally, a WeCode for Adults (open to Adults ONLY and one parent per family please) will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2019. For more information or to register, please use the links below. Register for 5th - 12th graders for March 2, 2019 Register for 5th - 12th graders for March 9, 2019 Register for Adults for April 20, 2019
Congratulations to the four (4) Freeland Wrestlers advancing to Regionals. Nolan VanLoo (112 lbs), Jacob Ott (119), Tyler Tomasek (130), & Cole Fournier (130) will compete to go to the State Finals. Good luck!
Freeland Girls top Goodrich, 58-38. https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/02/freeland-leans-on-defense-in-rematch-with-goodrich.html
Home Freeland Girls Basketball vs. Goodrich - Tonight, Feb. 13th - JV will start at 6:00, followed by the Varsity game. Go Falcons!
Today is tie dye day at Freeland Elementary.
If you're interested in learning about hospice services, here's the perfect opportunity to make that happen! This FREE event is presented by a Hospice Liaison for Covenant Healthcare. For more info and to get registered click https://www.smore.com/63xn8. Registration is required.
All Freeland athletic events scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 7th have been cancelled.
The Freeland Community School District will be closed Thursday, February 7, 2019.
Falcon Boys Basketball beats Swan Valley. https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/02/6164bbff621912/saginawarea-boys-basketball-roundup-freeland-upends-rival-swan-valley.html
Freeland Girls Basketball tops Swan Valley. https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/02/eba1dbea54967/saginaw-girls-basketball-roundup-freeland-stays-on-tvc-central-roll.html
Freeland Schools are closed on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.
Freeland Class Ring found at Delta College in 1977. See Susan McGraw's post on Freeland 411 if it is yours or you know the owner. https://www.facebook.com/Freeland-411-128554907177437/
FHS Students ~ Are you ready for this year's SAT? Here's a great opportunity for 10th-12th grade students looking to prepare for the SAT Math Test. Check out the informational flyer via the link: https://www.smore.com/kv495. The registration deadline is February 20th.
State-wide robotics competition for girls in grades 4-8. Freeland Robotics Club will sponsor the first four (4) Freeland teams to form. Interested parents/teachers can contact Charlie Snider (email@example.com) for details.
All events, practices, and activities in the Freeland Community School District have been cancelled for Wednesday, January 30, 2019.
The Freeland Community School District is closed on Tuesday, January 29, 2019.
Very nice Midland Daily News article on Freeland High School graduate Tori Jankoska. https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/article/Where-Are-They-Now-Former-Miss-Basketball-Tori-13539847.php
Looking for Freeland athletic information about the Falcon Wrestlers going 3-1 and finishing 3rd @ the Midland Chemic Clash team tournament against tough completion? Or want to follow your favorite Falcon sport? Go to https://freelandathletics.com/
Check out this news story featuring FHS 9th grader Mark Enwiller. We promise it is worth the 3 minutes of your day. https://nbc25news.com/sports/path-to-greatness
Thursday and Friday are half days for FMS/FHS. Dismissal time is 11:15 for 7th - 12th grade students.
Varsity Cheer scheduled for today, 1-16-19, is still going on as scheduled. Bus time is 3:30 to Frankenmuth.
FHS will be open until 1:00 pm today (Wednesday) if students need to get materials to study for their Thursday exams.
Exam Update @FHS/FMS - Thursday & Friday will be 1/2 days, with no change in exam schedule. Exams scheduled for today will occur on Monday, January 21st.
Congratulations to the following Freeland students who placed at the HOSA Regional Competition: Ashley Schmidt & Elli Howard (3rd) CERT Skills; Kara Holt (3rd) Dental Terminology; Lauren Henderson (1st) Existing Medical Innovation; and Maddy Boyes (1st) Prepared Speaking.
This week, FHS would like to recognize one of our teachers, Nickie Clark. Mrs. Clark has taught for 26 years, and loves working with kids and making learning fun. She enjoys working in a community that is dedicated to our students, and feels she has been blessed to work with many great teachers during her career.
Our kindergarten students are hard at work practicing for their big performance next week! For a sneak peek, click on the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JmLXhsVlWX3juz2Td_iz4ipkroXuvUmC/view?usp=sharing
1st & 2nd Grade Parents ~ Just a reminder that the deadline for registering for Grandma Ba's Kitchen is this Friday. For more information, please click on https://www.smore.com/jtfhv.
As Freeland Schools looks to more efficiently use the space we have, we are parting with some of our periodical collections. Time Magazine (bound): 1964 - 1997 Time (not bound): 1998 -2016 Newsweek (bound): 1964 - ? Life (bound): 1965 -? Saturday Evening Post (bound): 1964 - 1967 If you are interested in all or part of the collection, make an appointment to view (989.695.5527) or submit a bid to Kelly Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org). The highest bid(s) and /or those removing the largest amount of the collection (as determined by the District), submitted by Thursday, December 20, 2018 @ 12:00 pm will the receive the collection.
Need a Christmas gift for the person who has everything? Mixed Bag has a great selection of gift ideas. Proceeds support the FPSO & kids @ FHS/FMS. Order by Friday to get in time for Christmas. http://www.mixedbagdesigns.com/?fundraiserid=886034&student=FreelandPSO
The breakfast and lunch menu at all schools, will follow the Tuesday menu. No adjustments due to the snow day. See you Tuesday!
Freeland needs you! The Freeland Athletic Association is looking for volunteers to assist in the Concession Stand during home athletic events. Please sign up to help. https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/2573970/false#/invitation
Freeland Community Schools are closed today - Monday, November 26, 2018.
Please take a look at the link below to the 2018 Powley Street Singers Fall Concert. It was awesome! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEZspFvrV5w&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0dKFuwuVv-nt1cIvT2pAUFsB18iTbHfuTgFWpp3WEmG3_bW53cdfSrVF8
Learning Center Families ~ 3rd Street (south of the LC) will be closed today, Wednesday, November 21. Dismissal will occur following the plan that was communicated last Friday.
We are looking for volunteers (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or siblings) to help our students this year with shopping and packaging up gifts for their families. Click on this link now to sign up: http://signup.com/go/gFQDydn Dates: November 26-30th, 2018
Do you have a special skill, talent, or new class idea that you'd like to share with others? If you are interested in teaching a Community Education class or would like to learn more, please contact Marcus Hillborg at 989-695-5721 or email@example.com.
Saginaw ISD is 10th in the state with the number of students served in school districts across Saginaw County, but 55 out of 56 in local tax revenues per student. To learn more about the Career Technical Education Millage go to https://www.saginawcountycte.com/
Proposed millage funds will support student participation in skilled trades/career technical education courses, support transportation, improve infrastructure, & upgrade equipment. To learn more about the Career Technical Education Millage go to https://www.saginawcountycte.com/
This table shows comparisons in tax revenues per student with neighboring and peer counties. To learn more about the Career Technical Education Millage go to https://www.saginawcountycte.com/
Saginaw County superintendents identified these four barriers for Saginaw County students. To learn more about the Career Technical Education Millage go to https://www.saginawcountycte.com/
CTE enrollment differences between Saginaw County and Bay/Arenac County are due to identified barriers. To learn more about the Career Technical Education Millage go to https://www.saginawcountycte.com/