Family Reading Night - Thursday March 5 th
Pizza  5:30-6PM ~ 6-7 Reading activities for the
whole family. The book fair will also be open!

 3rd Annual Resource Fair Tuesday, March 24th ~ Dinner and a speaker from 5-5:30 and then time to
visit with the vendors from 5:30-7PM
Visit our Rachel Freeman Photo Gallery

Rachel Freeman School of Engineering students are
very excited about a special fundraiser. Starting
Monday, March 2nd through Tuesday, March 24th students can buy as many 25 cent raffle tickets as
they'd like. The winner of the bike will be announced on Wednesday, March 25th. 

bike raffle

CAPE FEAR SOCCER CLUB (CFSC) & Rachel Freeman School of Engineering Community Outreach Soccer Program Begins March 11th
For Dates and Times click here


MINI RED GEARAdditional Information MINI RED GEAR
Dr. Tim Markley's Latest BLOG and Up Front
Rachel Freeman Photo Gallery

Mrs. Sonya Oates
Assistant Principal

Rachel Freeman School of Engineering is a school where engineers are cultivated. Students
are given a unique opportunity to experience real-world problem solving in a nurturing environment. Students learn to advocate and direct their education while being led by a dedicated, caring staff.

The Book Fair Is Here! It opens March 2rd and runs through March 6th.
The Book Fair will be open on Thursday from 6-7 during Family Reading Night

chief evangelous
For our Read Across America activities, WPD Chief Evangelous read "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" to 4th
grade and Officer Scott read
"All the Things You Can Think" to kindergarten.

Mrs. Julia Askew came to our room for Read Across America. She read the book  "There Is A Monster
At The End Of This Book" on her iPad.  The students enjoyed being able to interact with the book and use
their problem solving skills to figure out how to get
to the next page. 
RAA Askew

Are You Smarter
Are you smarter than a 5th grader? STEM Coordinator, Jan Rickey invited GE Engineers to Freeman to
see if they are smarter than our 5th graders. GE Engineers took the early lead but Freeman
5th graders rallied with a decisive win scoring
20,153 points

Mrs. Hess's class learned about their teeth this week. Each student applied what they learned by taking a look inside their our own mouth.

dental week Hess

All outside doors to the school will be locked at 8AM and will remain locked the remainder of the school day.
Someone at the front desk will respond to the intercom system at the front door to allow visitors into the school.

bear faded

Volunteer Programs/Portal

Mission Statement
As a community of engineers we will
collaborate and use creative thinking
to solve problems, build dreams and
continue to be 21st century learners.
We will cultivate competitive engineers
prepared for a diverse global society.

2014-2015 Character Trait Resouces


New Hanover County Schools Mission
The mission of New Hanover County Schools, in collaboration with our parents and the community, is to strive to provide children an excellent education
in a safe and positive learning environment where they are prepared with the critical skills to reach their full potential for a world yet to be imagined.

In compliance with Federal law, including Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the provisions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,
New Hanover County Schools administers all state-operated educational programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination because of disability,
race, religion, national, or ethnic origin, color, age, military service, or gender except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law. 
To file a complaint of discrimination, contact: Dr. Rick Holliday, Deputy Superintendent, Student Support and Federal Programs,
6410 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington, NC 28412, Telephone (910) 254-4206; Fax (910)254-4226. 
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