November 22 Updates


Thank Yous and Kudos

  • Congratulations to this year’s Project 351 Ambassadors.  Project 351 is an independent nonprofit organization that builds a movement of youth-led service by engaging an unsung hero from each of Massachusetts' 351 cities and towns. United for a year of leadership and service, Ambassadors transform communities, elevate kindness, advance social justice, and gain the courage, compassion, and capabilities to lead change. This year the 8th grade teachers have selected the following students to represent their respective towns:

    • Ella Hirst - Lakeville

    • Tedy Tisdelle - Freetown

  • Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council members!

    • 6100 representatives

      • Jacob C.  

      • Patrick E. 

    • 6200 representatives

      • Mia F.

      • Cameron P.

    • 7100 representatives

      • Autumn C.

      • Jillian M.  

    • 7200 representatives

      • Delaney B.

      • Olivia P.

    • Eighth Grade 

      • Boston P. - Co-President

      • Bilong B. - Co-President

      • Gianna M. - Representative

      • William E. - Representative

      • Brayden P.- Representative

Important Updates

  • The FLMS Chorus and Band cordially invites you to attend this year’s Holiday concerts.  The musicians have been working very hard to prepare for the show and are excited to demonstrate their impressive talents.

    • 6th Grade Chorus and Band

                              Tuesday December 10, 2019

                              Band - 6:00 PM

                              Chorus - 6:30 PM


  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​7th and 8th Grade Chorus and Band

Tuesday December 17, 2019

7th Chorus - 5:30 PM

7th and 8th Band - 6:15 PM

8th Chorus - 7:00 PM

  • Students need to arrive 15 minutes prior to their concert time. 
  • The Apponequet Regional High School Athletic Department has been approved a waiver to include 7th and 8th grade boys who have an interest in competitive swimming at the high school level.  Any interested swimmers can pick up an informational sheet at the Main Office.

  • Friends of the Falcon will be hosting a Movie Night on December 3rd in the FLMS Auditorium from 2:30 - 4:30.  We will be watching the holiday classic, ELF. A $3 donation would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to attend, please pick up a permission form in the Guidance Office by December 2nd and have it signed by your parent/guardian.

  • Happy Holidays from the Freetown Lakeville PTO!  We are kicking off our 2019 Holiday Fundraiser and we are asking students to support us by selling delicious treats and useful gadgets to family and friends.  An information packet was distributed to all students this week to bring home. Your support will enable the PTO to continue its important work for our students.

  • Freetown Lakeville Campus Programs announces it 2019-2020 Intramural Swimming Program (Winter Session).  The session starts on December 3. Please go to the Campus Programs section of the district website,, for more information.  You can also contact the swim coach at

Art News:

The art room is a flurry of creativity at the moment. The 6th graders are busy working on color theory. They are learning about more complex color groupings and how to use them in a visual composition. The 7th grade is exploring the various areas of creative design needed in the world of theater. Color theory is also being explored in 8th grade. They are starting with the challenge to make 100 tints and shades of a secondary color. ALL missing work is due no later than December 3rd.

6th Grade News:

To create an awareness of world hunger, the 6th grade Social Studies classes continue to prepare for the annual Hunger Feast which will be held later in November. In addition to this special event, 6th graders are collecting non perishable donations for a canned food drive.  Donation boxes are located outside of the Social Studies classrooms. All food donations will be delivered to a local food pantry. Your support helping with this project is greatly appreciated.


Robotics Club

​​​​​​​The Robotics Club is preparing for their "City Shaper" competition at UMASS Dartmouth on December 8. The students are designing, programming and testing their robots to complete multiple tasks on a playing field. In addition, they are working on an innovation project from FIRST Robotics in which they are identifying a problem with a building or public space in the community, designing a solution and sharing that solution with others. Everyone is welcome to come and cheer on the club at UMASS Dartmouth and watch them compete in the robot challenge portion of the competition.