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September Shout Outs!

 

  • Teachers are heavily engaged in developing the school’s proficiency based system and will soon discuss and develop the important tenets necessary for improved teaching and learning.

  • Middle school and high school teachers will work together on October 10th to begin developing a coherent 6-12 proficiency based system.

CHICAGO is coming to Freeport!

CHICAGO is coming to Freeport! Don't miss this show-stopping musical sensation, with memorable number after memorable number. Gunshots and flappers and jazz hands--oh yes! It isn't every day a high school puts on a show of this caliber and you. can't. miss it.

From the Cell Block Tango to the Hot Honey Rag you'll be Razzle Dazzled all the way through! So put it on your schedule: November 13 - 15 at 7pm and November 16 at 2pm, all in the Freeport Performing Arts Center at Freeport High School.

Flu Clinic - Nov. 18th

FLU CLINIC

*** Seasonal Flu Vaccine ***

Available for RSU No.5

STUDENTS - FAMILIES - STAFF

 Vaccines are FREE for Students 

DONATIONS ARE APPRECIATED

PLEASE BRING YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE CARD

Provided in Partnership with CHANS,

Summer/Semester/Gap Year Program Forum - Nov. 18th

SUMMER/SEMESTER/YEAR/GAP YEAR PROGRAMS FORUM

Tuesday, November 18, 2014  6:00 – 7:30 PM

Freeport High School Performing Arts Center


FHS Annual Summer/Semester/Year/Gap Year Programs Informational Night is planned for Tuesday, November 18th in the Freeport Performing Arts Center at the high school. This is a time when students and parents can meet directly with the representatives of special semester or summer programs.

2014 Fall Fundraising

The annual fall fundraising season is here!


Each class is selling a holiday item to raise funds for Prom, Senior Week and Project Graduation expenses. (Click on underlined section below to see order form)


The Freshmen class is selling pies.

The Sophomore class is selling poinsettias.

The Junior class is selling wreaths.

The Senior class is selling citrus.

The PTSO is selling calendars.


Look for sale tables on Election Day at the polls.


Students will be receiving information about ordering soon. Families will be receiving a mailing with more information.

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