About PAC

What is the PAC?


Freedom Elementary’s Parent Activity Committee is our school’s PTA/PTO. This active group of parents meets 8 times during the school year to address school issues, coordinate family activities, facilitate school events, pitch new ideas and fundraise.  There is no attendance requirement to be involved with PAC- any parent/grandparent can be involved as little or as much as they’d like.  In addition to attending meetings, you can also stay up-to-date with PAC by subscribing to this website- http://www.freedompac.org or by joining Freedom Elementary PAC on Facebook.  In the past years we have:

  • Started a yearly Artist in Residence program
  • Donated two water bottle fountains
  • Coordinated the pre-K-2nd grade Brain Bowl
  • Set up staff & student appreciation meals & treats
  • Supported the Freedom Schools’ Nature Center
  • Sponsored the 5th Grade Celebration
  • Hosted Family Fun Night
  • Donated money to the Guided Reading Program
  • Held the all-school Sock Hop
  • Coordinated a Teacher’s Wish List and Student Directory
  • Purchased Ipads, gaga pit, playground equipment, flexible seating options
  • Gifted $100 to each teacher yearly
  • Paid for all-school assemblies
  • Coordinated paper recycling drives to raise money for the Nature Center boardwalk

Meeting Dates for 2017-18 school year:

Our meetings are usually held on the  third Monday of every month at 6:00 pm in the Art Room at Freedom Elementary School, Room 22 (we do not hold a meeting in Dec):

  • Sept 18
  • Oct 16
  • Nov 20
  • Jan 15
  • Feb 19
  • March 19
  • April 23
  • May 21

Free childcare provided during meetings by Freedom High School’s National Honor Society.

2016-2017 PAC Officers:

President:           Erin Lenhardt

Vice-President:    Loralee Olson-Arcand

Treasurer:             Connie Wheeler

3 responses to “About PAC

  1. Hi, Ordered Avon products, but my daughter was sick the last two days and I was not able to pick my order up at the school. Where can I pick it up now? Thank you, Amanda Wait

  2. Good morning,
    My son is an 8th grade student at Freedom Middle School he has been approved to make 2 Freedom Free Little Libraries one to be placed at Freedom Elementary school and one to be placed at Freedom Middle School both with a bench to sit down with as well. The school board advises to contact you about possible seeing if books can be donated or even if you have any ideas to keep new books circulating in the libraries. Please contact me if you have any questions or even any ideas we can help with so something like this can happen. Thank you so much.

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