Freeman Public Schools Facility Planning

Preparing our students of today for their lives tomorrow.  

This webpage is designed to provide Freeman's parents, patrons, staff, and students information regarding the district's facility and infrastructure needs and share the results of a recently completed facility study. Press the button links for additional information. 

Come learn more at the following informational meetings: 

Wednesday, October 4th, 7:15 PM

Freeman Library (Following CIP Meeting)

Monday, October 16th, 7:00 PM

Freeman Library (During Conferences)

Tuesday, November 7th, 7:00 PM

Freeman Library (Following PTO Meeting)

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions or want to give feedback regarding Freeman's facility and infrastructure planning, take a moment to complete this feedback form. Press the Feedback Form Link below or use your phone camera to scan the QR code.


Freeman Public School

15-Year Enrollment Growth

When Freeman was established in 1998, we had approximately 315 K-12 students. Today, we have close to 470. Specifically, Freeman has seen a 33% increase in K-12 enrollment over the past 15 years, a trend that is likely to continue. For example, the 2023-24 senior class has 26 students. By contrast, Freeman Elementary classes average 36 students.  

As part of a long-range strategic planning process that began in 2021, Freeman developed the following goal regarding facilities and infrastructure:

Guiding Principle: Growth-Ready Facilities and Infrastructure

The Freeman Public Schools Board of Education and community will engage in continuous planning to ensure district facilities and infrastructure meet the needs of Freeman students and will take the necessary steps to maintain, alter, and improve facilities as deemed necessary.

In August 2022, the Freeman School Board approved Clark & Enersen Architectural Firm to conduct a facility study. This facility study was completed in June 2023. Five priorities were identified based on the needs of the district:

Safe and  Secure Entrances

Career and Technical Education


Cafeteria and Commons Spaces


Two campus improvement priorities have also been identified by the district:


Athletic Green Space  

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