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Important Upcoming Eventsa
3/ 31 to 4/25 - Shoe Recycling - It’s time to gather up all ofyour shoes that are outgrown, worn out, out of style, hurt your feet or arejust plain ugly. All footwear, other than metal cleats, is recyclable.  Check your closets, gym bags, car and garage! 
Recycled shoes are passed on to someone in need or deconstructed. Either way, recycling them at Freedom will keep them out of our landfills! Secure pairs of shoes together by their laces if possible, placepairs in an old plastic grocery bag and drop them into the SHOE RECYCLING BIN located in the front parking lot near the commemorative flag pole from 3/31-4/25.
9th Grade FCAT Reading by English Teacher - 4/14, 4/17, 4/22, 4/23, 4/24
10th Grade FCAT Reading by English Teacher - 4/23, 4/24, 4/25, 4/28, 4/29, 4/30
Spirit Week April 28th to May 2nd-      
Monday 4/28 - College Day
Tuesday 4/29 - Mathletes Vs. Athletes
Wednesday 4/30 - A Day in the Wild
Thursday 5/1 - Senior Citizen Day
Friday 5/2 - Super Hero Day
Saturday May 10th 9am to Noon.  9th Grade Orientation
Freedom High School Means BUSINESS! Congratulations to the following FBLA Students who placed at State Level:
  •         Austin Leto - 2nd Place Excel Spreadsheet
  •         Rohith Ravi - 2nd Place Economics
  •         Maya Patel - 3rd Place Future Business Leader            Click Here to see the FBLA Web Page

Christine_Lee.jpgDigital Design students Austin Iler, Christine Lee and Madison Lysaght have partnered with business owner Rachel Avery for graphic design and video editing work. Students met with this business owner during Digital Design class here at Freedom High School.

If you are interested in learning or improving your digital design or web design skills, talk to your Guidance Counselor about the computer courses offered here.


Read all about the importance of EOC, End of Course Exams.  Click Here.


Parents - We are looking for Parent Volunteers to Help Proctor AP Exams May 6th to 15th.

Sports This Week  
4/21 – Flag Football vs. Riverview @ 7:00pm
4/22 – Baseball Districts @ Sickles @ 7:00pm
4/23 – Track Regions @ Leto @ 1:00pm
4/24 – Flag Football vs Jefferson @7:00pm
4/24 – Football Parent Meeting @ 6:30
mySPOT, the new Student-Parent Online Toolkit, has launched!  mySPOT is ready to guide parents to district resources including Edsby, MyPaymentPlus, Choice and Magnet programs, district calendars, and more.  
Click Here to Register   http://myspot.sdhc.k12.fl.us

The School Social Worker is here at Freedom on Tuesday and Thursday.  Click Here for More Information.  The contact number is 558-1185 x228
Congrats To:
Teacher of the Year:     Timothy Nolan, Math Department

Ida S Baker award        Christine Martinez, English Dept.          

Non-Inst. Support        Cindy Waite, Principal Secretary




FHS Athletic Booster Club


Important Dates

No School
September 2
October 21
November 11
November 25-29
December 23-January 3
January 20-21
February 7
March 10-14
April 18
May 26

Term Dates
First day of school - August 20
End of first grading period - October 18
End of second grading period - January 17
End of third grading period - March 28
Last day of school - June 6

Report Card Distribution Dates
November 12
February 11
April 17
Mailed Home

Early Release Dates
Every Monday, one hour early

AP Testing Dates
Week 1: May 5 - 9
Week 2: May 12 - 16

Seniors' Last Day
May 28, 2014

June 6, 4:30pm
Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall

*All dates subject to change

Need a new Photo ID Badge - Get it while you wait in the Media Center  by Mr. Easterwood before school or complete a "Wish to See Form" and you will be called during the school day. Cost $5.00.

Freedom High School
17410 Commerce Park Blvd
Tampa, FL 33647

Sharon Morris

The FREEDOM Vision
Freedom High School will provide a safe and caring environment with an academic focus, which will foster students' growth, responsibility and positive self-esteem to develop motivated, self-disciplined individuals who will reach their academic and career potentials.

The FREEDOM Mission
Our students will excel in a challenging and diverse culture as creative, resourceful citizens of society. Students will have pride and respect in themselves, their school, their community and their country.

The FREEDOM Beliefs
• It is the responsibility of the student to develop mentally, physically and morally so that he/she may function as a valuable member of society.

• It is the responsibility of the school personnel to create an environment in which the student can achieve his/her fullest capability.
• It is the responsibility of the parents and the surrounding community to support and monitor the growth and development of the student.

Music @ FHS
See what is going on with music at FHS.

Last Modified: Jun 03, 2013
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