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JOHN P. FREEMAN STUDENTS AWARDED HONORABLE MENTION 

IN WHITE HOUSE STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL

John P. Freeman Optional School second graders and their teacher, Melissa Collins, have been awarded honorable mention for their entry in the second annual White House Student Film Festival. Their short film, “How Giving Goes Viral,” was one of more than 1,500 entries submitted in this year’s competition.  Awards for the 2015 student festival were announced by President Obama and the White House on March 20. Winning videos can be screened on the White House official YouTube page.

JPF Athletic Department Awarded

Nike's Let's Move Active Schools and Fuel Up to Play 60 Grant

The JPF Athletic Department has been awarded a $1,000 Nike Let's Move Active Schools and Fuel Upt to Play 60 grant.  launched by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2013, this program provides simple steops and tools to help schools create active environments where students get 60 minutes of physical activity before, during, and after the school day. 

 

Student Council Donates to Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee

The JPF Student Council recently concluded it's annual "Wall of Hearts"  benefitting the Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee.     Pictured with members of the Council presenting their donation of $684.50 are the Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennesse Chief Administrative Officer, Mr. James H. Taylor, Principal Randi Scott Howard, and advisors Dr. Paula Young and Patricia Bailey.

 

TVA Sponsors First Lego League Teams

 

John P. Freeman is pleased to partner with TVA Power Company as sponsors and mentors of our First Lego League teams. 

  

National Elementary Honor Society

Raises Money For

Go Jim Go

Jim Jaggers stopped by John P. Freeman to congratulate the students and staff for raising $2,667.00 for LeBonheur Children's Hospital.

Thank you Dr. Gaten and the Elementary Honor Society for making JPF's 2014 Go Jim Go fundraising campaign a huge success.

                                 

 

USTA - JPF TENNIS PARTNERSHIP

 

                                  

                  

 
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