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/
Saginaw County CTE millage language is on the bottom of page two of the 11/6 ballot. The language asks voters to decide whether or not to approve 1 mill to support Career and Technical Education course participation for Saginaw County students. http://www.saginawcountycte.com/
Freeland Football hosts Chip Hills tonight in the 1st Round of the Playoffs. Kickoff - 7:00 @ Falcon Stadium. $6 entry fee. Can't get to the game, use the link below to watch live on the MHSAA.TV website and the NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/tournament/michigan-fall-championships/football-mi
Freeland Football hosts a playoff game on Friday and the Freeland Athletic Association needs help in the concession stand. Please go to the link below and volunteer. You can make a difference. http://signup.com/go/WrpRmDm
FPSO Meeting has been moved to Tuesday, October 30th @ 6:00 p.m. in the CIC Room in the high school office. We will be discussing: Goals for 2018-2019, fundraising ideas, upcoming items that need funding, teacher conference meals, & after prom activities. Please join us in making a difference in our schools!
The Freeland Travel Club is headed to Europe in June 2020. You will spend 12 days in Ireland, Scotland, and England. The trip is open to parents and 7th-12th grade students (after the 2019-2020 school year). There is an information meeting on Tuesday, October 23 at 6 pm in Mrs. Hannon's classroom (MS 85). If you are interested in the trip but unable to attend the meeting, please email Mindi Hannon (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information.
Saginaw News Article regarding the SISD CTE millage. https://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw/index.ssf/2018/10/here_is_what_the_cte_millage_f.html
FHS Graduate Stacy Delaney was featured in this great article. Check it out! https://www.ourmidland.com/sports/article/Where-Are-They-Now-Freeland-all-time-great-Stacy-13296895.php
The Falcon Threads store is open on the school website: www.freelandschools.net MENU > Parents & Community > FALCON THREADS Store is open through 10/14/18. Happy Shopping !
Know an exceptional Elementary Special Education Teacher? Freeland has an opening. Inquiries can be made to Matt Cairy at email@example.com
Freeland tops Standish 17-14 https://www.mlive.com/expo/sports/erry-2018/09/abc2ebae0d8307/saginaw-football-roundup-freel.html
Clash for a Cure - TV5 Pregame https://www.wnem.com/news/clash-for-a-cure-game/video_1b365d2e-32d0-5165-b8b0-286f77eeccf6.html
Clash for a Cure is so much more than just a football game! https://www.mlive.com/sports/saginaw/index.ssf/2018/09/will_vondette_gets_chance_to_h.html
WeCode @ SVSU is a FREE one-day camp for beginners who want to explore coding. Open to 5th–12th graders & offered on Sat, Oct 6 or Sat, Oct 27 (may attend 1 session). Use the links below: Register for 5th - 12th grade October 6, 2018 Register for 5th - 12th grade October 27, 2018
Today's 6th -12th grade Cross Country meet at Shepherd has been moved to Thursday, September 6.
The Freeland Community School District is super excited to welcome our students back for the 1st day of school!
Freeland Football Update: Freeland 36 - Carrollton 13. Next up: Freeland (2-0) hosts Swan Valley (2-0) on Friday @ 7:00 pm. Go Falcons!
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Freeland is excited to bring Chartwells School Dining Service to our students. Check out the menus and give it a try. Your kids will not be disappointed. https://freeland.nutrislice.com/menu
Freeland Soccer tops Alma 6-0 last night in TVC action.
Freeland is rolling out our new mobil app. Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.freeland iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/freeland-community-schools/id1418588052?ls=1&mt=8 . Check it out!
Freeland District Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.