Freeland area Girl Scouts supported Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child to provide almost 200 shoe box packages. Freeland troops came together for the celebration of their efforts last night. Great job Freeland Girl Scouts!
The students in Mrs. Trainor's Class learned about Veteran's Day by reading and discussing America's White Table. Then they received all of the materials that they would need to set up a white table at home, so they could teach their family members and guests as well.
Today, Ms. Belanger’s 6th grade Social Studies class traveled (via Skype) to Vietnam, New Delhi, India, Pennsylvania, Washington, & Idaho. Students used geographic questions to figure out where the other class was located. They had a blast!
Congratulations to our SOARing Elementary students this week.
Staff making the day special at Freeland Elementary.
Dear Parents, I'm excited to share that Art to Remember keepsake orders can now be placed! Please keep an eye out for Art to Remember customized order forms distributed to 2nd-5th Grade classroom teachers today 10/30. The deadline to order is 11/8/2018. Go to Order.ArtToRemember.com to place your order using the online order code found on your child's personalized order form. Thank you for supporting our school! Jenna Stedry email@example.com Y5-5 Art Teacher
6th grade celebrates with pizza and treats.
Festive 5th graders
The celebration continues with 4th grade Halloween parties.
Thank you to all of the parent helpers who made the morning parties a huge success.
2nd and 3rd grade enjoying their Halloween parties at Freeland Elementary.
Freeland Elementary would like you to attend the 2nd and 3rd grade Halloween parade beginning at 9:15 AM on Wednesday, October 31st. You are welcome to line the sidewalk in front of the building for the best view. Specific grade level party information can be found under "News" or listed as "Events" on the Freeland Elementary web page.
Reminder- No School on Monday, November 5th and Tuesday, November 6th
Congratulations to Mrs. Boyes on receiving a grant allowing 3rd grade to visit the Midland Center for the Arts Museum on November 20th. This will be a rewarding and educational trip.
HS STEM student, Taylor Armbruster, doing Candy Corn Catapults with 2nd Graders.
Fifth Grade Social Studies students had the opportunity to research explorers and then participate in a grade level museum walk. During the walk they observed and reflected on each other's hard work.
Students in Mrs. Dobson’s room are conducting investigations to learn about properties of matter in science.
Mrs. Trainor's Class is so fortunate to have Mrs. Della Wilder visit them each week. Mrs. Wilder teaches them about Michigan authors to go along with their Social Studies curriculum and to match current events. So far, the students have heard a wonderful applesauce story in which they got to sample homemade applesauce. They have also read the log of Christopher Columbus, read a football story for Homecoming, and had a Patricia Palacco Halloween story read to them. Mrs. Wilder is a librarian for Saginaw Public libraries. Interestingly enough she started the library in this building when it opened and she was just out of college. Mrs. Trainor's class looks forward to her visits!
Friday, October 19th Freeland Elementary Student Council is sponsoring Michigan vs. Michigan State day at the elementary.