Caitlin McSorley Editor-in-Chief “Sign up now!” echoed through the classrooms on Tuesday Oct. 2 when Renee Ferrell, Director of School Counseling, posted a Schoology message offering a link to a therapy dog session for students feeling stressed. The session had a limit space of ten students and filled up within minutes. Starting at 4:15 on … Continue reading Mr. Inman’s Therapy Dog ‘Gus’ Helps Relieve Stress
Julia Cassidy Features Editor Day in the Life of Freshman Kamron Tucker 7:00 AM- Wake up and get in the shower 8:30 AM- I’m at the bus stop talking to my friends 8:45 AM- Arrive at school 9:55 AM- Go have fun at PE. That’s definitely my most fun class. 11:39 AM- My fourth period … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Kamron Tucker
Kate Yarbrough, Cameron McCarty, Remy Schimick Senior Staff Writers Three senior editors for The Commentator asked some freshman for a quick review of their first week as a Freeman Rebel. Charan Sama: "Freeman has been great so far! All of the teachers are helpful. Navigating the halls was complicated, but everyone feels that way at … Continue reading Freshman Spotlight: First Week of the 2018-19 School Year
Julia Cassidy Staff Writer “My flow is tighter than a rubber band/Spit fire like a broken lighter/I’m the man” raps Freshman Chris Houck, a rapper and song writer at Freeman. Chris’ passion started in fifth grade. His love of writing and performing raps started with writing poetry, then evolved into rapping as he got … Continue reading Freshman Rapper Following Dreams
Rachel Alexander News Editor Find out what these students did over break.
At 10 am, on Wednesday, March 14, Students at Douglas Freeman High School silently walked out of class for 17 minutes to commemorate the victims killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. See the transcript of what students said at the bottom. Photos: Ellie Somers Transcript: (Julia Paraiso) Exactly one month ago … Continue reading Checkout Photos from the 3/14 Student Walkout here:
Molly Herring Features Editor Freeman Junior Works Hard To End Hunger The giving season is winding down, and the generous spirit that was contagious in the community is beginning to falter. Most people fail to realize that the holiday spirit fails to stock food banks and shelters in the summer and spring. Need is not … Continue reading Junior Strives To Feed The World