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Important Message from the Board of Education President and Superintendent of Schools

Date Added: 5/18/2022


Budget Vote and Board Trustee Election Results

YES: 1,269 NO: 542

YES: 1,476 NO: 301


Thank you to the community for your participation.

Date Added: 5/17/2022

Atkinson Drama Production of The Little Mermaid Thursday May 19 • 9 AM

Click here to view the livestream.

Date Added: 5/16/2022

Freeport High School’s National Spanish Honor Society welcomes new inductees

It was a proud night for Freeport High School juniors and seniors, along with their parents, members of the Board of Education, administration, and staff, as they came together to celebrate the induction of 34 new members to the National Hispanic Honor Society.

The beautiful induction ceremony opened with the JROTC’s presentation of colors and an address from coordinator Ms. Zoraya Bussey. Following, was a traditional candle lighting ceremony and each inductee was presented with a medal by Board of Education President Maria Jordan-Awalom, prior to taking the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica oath.

To qualify for induction into this prestigious society, the 34 new inductees were required to maintain an excellent academic record along with community service.

The Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (SHH) is the national organization that recognizes academic achievement in the study of the Spanish language by high school students to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies.

Date Added: 5/13/2022

Science takes center stage at Freeport High School’s annual science and engineering fair

Freeport High School’s gymnasium was full of excitement and anticipation as students presented their science projects for the 17th annual Freeport High School science and engineering fair.

The fair featured 37 projects in the disciplines of Behavioral & Social sciences, biochemistry, chemistry, engineering, environmental science, medicine and health, microbiology and zoology.

Students presented their research, experiments and conclusions under the leadership of science research teacher Edward Irwin to a team of judges, including 12 from neighboring universities and colleges.

The annual science fair always brings great opportunities for our students to demonstrate the exceptional work of the science department at Freeport High School,” said Dr. Vincent Pereira, Director of Science.

We have to thank for these opportunities, Mr. Edwin Irwin, science research teacher, who has successfully carried out the science fair for the past 17 years and is retiring at the end of the school year. Our high school students would not have the chance to present their work if not for his efforts.”

The fair challenges students to tap into their scientific curiosity, research and record data, and resolve questions quickly, accurately and efficiently.

Date Added: 5/13/2022