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    Note From Principal,

     

    We have come to the end of another school year here at Freedom Park. As a first year principal, I have learned so much since July, and continue to grow and learn every day. One thing that has not changed is my love and gratitude for the students and families of the Fort Gordon community that we serve every day. Thank you for all your support during my first year and I am excited to see Freedom Park continue to excel, after a restful summer of course (not me - principals don’t get summer breaks).

    I would also like to thank my amazing staff and our stellar PTA. Every decision they make is made with the benefit of our students in mind. I appreciate the countless hours and behind the scene work. They are the hands to the plow that make the dream work. I am forever grateful to you for all you do.

    As a military family, we know, change is inevitable. It’s like the weather in my home state of Texas, keep watching and it will soon change. To our staff members who are retiring and those who are moving to other areas, I was blessed to have known you and wish you the best in your new endeavors. To our families and students who are having a Permanent Change in Station (PCS), I hope the new location understands that they are getting jewels. You are loved and will be greatly missed. We will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Please continue to stay in touch so we can celebrate the growth and success of our forever students.

    To our eight grade students, you are well equip to handle what you will face. You are an Eagle. Go forth and continue the tradition of excellence. Remember, you always have a home right here with us.

    In closing, I would like to congratulate the students, parents, and staff of Freedom Park School on a successful year. I wish you all a very happy, safe and enjoyable summer. Please take the time as a family to talk, play, and learn together. I look forward to seeing you in August.

     

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Titania L. Singh

     

     

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    Teacher of the Year - Ms. Sandra Owens

    Please join Freedom Park in congratulating the teacher of the year for 2017-2018, Ms. Sandra Owens. Ms. Owens is a 4th grade teacher at The Park. She is dedicated to ensuring her students are not only prepared for fifth grade, but also develop into life long learners. Congratulations Ms. Owens!
     

     

     

    Richmond County School Calendar

    To view the 2016-2017 School Calendar click herei

      

    Weekly Newsletter

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    What are my student's grades?

    You may log on to Infinite Campus to view your student's grades. Infinite Campus also allows you check whether or not your student has received a tardy or an absence. Please click here for instructions for how to create an account. Already have an account? Please click here to access the information. 

     

     

    School Reminders and Emergency Text

    Remind101 will send a text to your smartphone. We will use this app to inform, remind, and update you concerning school events, notices, reminders, and other information. Please sign up today. Click here for instructions.

     

    Eagle Bus Arrival/Departure Text

    Freedom Park is using Remind 101 to inform parents of late buses. When a bus is late, we will send you a text informing you that the bus is late and give you an update once the bus has arrived. You must sign up to recieve the text. Please click here for information to sign up for this service.

     

    Garrison Commander's Policy Memorandum No. 15 - Supervision of Children

    Please click here to read the current policy.

     

    School Hours

    The school day begins at 9:00 a.m.  The building is open to receive students at 8:20 a.m.. Please do not drop students off before this time as there may not be anyone to monitor them. The end of the school day is 4:00 p.m. Students who leave school before 4:00 p.m. will be counted tardy until a doctor's note is received. To protect the instructional day of all students, we do not release students early to avoid long lines. Calling into classes to release students early is disruptive to the education of all students in that class. Emergencies and doctors appointments will be handled on a case by case basis. 

     

     

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