Gretchen Neary Staff Writer When the chilly weather is getting you down, make the most of it with these 11 fun activities to do this season. Tacky Light Tour. Richmond has plenty of tacky light destinations. Make some hot chocolate, load up a car with all your friends, turn on your holiday music, and take … Continue reading Bored over break? Here’s some fun things to do this winter
Maddie Sherman Staff Writer Freeman has cancelled its annual Winter Assembly that was originally planned for the end of the school day on Wednesday. This decision was headed by Principal Andrew Mey and Assistant Principal Tim Sanders and was connected to the countywide decision to cancel midterm exams. The midterm exams had been cancelled … Continue reading Annual Winter Assembly Cancelled
Piper Finkelson Staff Writer Henrico County has cancelled mid-term exams for the sixth year in a row. This school year, the administration decided to change the timing for testing. Instead of having January exams, they were scheduled for December 11th through the 14th. Every student was hoping for the annual exam blizzard, and their … Continue reading Midterm Exams: Cancelled. Read what Freeman has to say about it.
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Addison Gorenflo Staff Writer Freeman’s Scholastic Quiz Bowl teams had strong performances at the Maggie Walker Governor’s School Invitational Tournament last weekend. The Rebels faced several local schools such as Glen Allen and Collegiate, as well as teams that traveled from Virginia Beach and Northern Virginia to compete. The Class of 2022 brought … Continue reading Freeman’s Scholastic Quizbowl Teams compete in Maggie Walker Governor’s School Invitational
Maggie Sheerin Staff Writer (Above photo: the Show Choir girls pose for a photo after their performances, taken by Lucy VanLenten) Every year, the holiday season at Freeman begins on a high note. The Winter Choral Concert performed on December 4th in the Freeman Auditorium. The chorus classes and other select groups come together … Continue reading Freeman’s Annual Winter Chorus Concert
Julia Hall Staff Writer 5:30-6 a.m - Elizabeth starts her day off by completing her homework: she feels more productive in the morning. 8:20 a.m. - Elizabeth gets picked up and goes to school. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - At school, Elizabeth goes to her classes. She enjoys her AP Human, chorus, and … Continue reading A Day in the Life: Elizabeth Jones
Emma Johnson Staff Writer High school student parking lots have a reputation for being chaotic, and Freeman is no exception. Traffic from students attempting to leave mixed with parents trying to pick up their kids create bumper to bumper lines that can stay at a stand-still for long periods of time. While … Continue reading Student drivers receive warning and safety instruction from message posted on Schoology