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We hope you will join the DSF PTSA for the 2018-2019 school year! 

Your PTSA Account Allows You:

  • Join the PTSA
  • Make a donation to the Freeman Fund
  • Sign-up to receive important communications and the Signal Newsletter
  • Complete your directory information
  • Sign-up to Volunteer
  • Access the Freeman family online directory and app (for paid PTSA members only)
  • Access PTA member benefit savings (for paid PTSA members only)
  • Students (especially Seniors) that join are eligible for additional scholarships



DSF Announcements and News

Freeman Fund Update:  We are so close to reaching our goal for the 2018-2019 school year.
Every dollar goes directly to programs and support for our teachers, students, and the Douglas Freeman Community. 
We are so grateful to the families who have already contributed!  Thank you for your support. If you are unsure if you have contributed, please click here

If you missed The College Edge Program with Julie Bruner, here are her handouts:
A Junior Year Timeline and a notice about The College Edge sessions available this summer
Contact Julie at juliebruner4college@gmail.com for additional information.


GRASP/Great Aspirations Scholarship Program

Miriam Tice (Great Aspirations Scholarship Program* Rep) assists high school seniors and their parent/guardian with financial aid for college (community college, junior college, four year colleges and technical schools). She provides one on one assistance with the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as well as the CSS Profile.

Miriam is at DSF on Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4 pm to meet with seniors and their parents. This assistance is provided at no charge.

Sign up to see Ms. Tice through the school counseling office or email her at freeman@grasp4va.org

* GRASP is a non-profit that assists families with financial aid and scholarships so that students can make their higher education goals a reality. GRASP reps are at every public high school in Central Virginia. Their website is grasp4va.org. 

 Freeman Spirit Wear

 A wide variety of Freeman spirit wear from T-shirts to ties to PJs is available for purchase. Contact Chandra Pounders at chandrahpounders@gmail.com for more information.



Rivals Unite for Change

The week of January 28-February 1 is Rivals Unite for Change, a special week of activites in celebration of the Freeman-Godwin basketball game on Friday, February 1 at Freeman.
Freeman will have a Spirit Night at the new Chipotle on Quioccasin Road on Monday, January 28 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pmClick here for flyer and bring it to Chipotle or mention Freeman at checkout and help support our Freeman Fund. Godwin is having a competing Spirit Night at a different location and we are competing to see who can raise the most money!
You are also invited to a parent program on opiods called Awareness is Key on Tuesday, January 29 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in the DSF Library. Hosted by prosecutors and law enforcement, this program will include informaton about the dangers of opiod addition and the laws surrounding opiods and will feature a speaker who lost a family member to addiction. Freeman students will have the opportunity to hear a similar discussion at daytime assemblies, but students are welcome at this program as well.
Other events during Rivalry Week include a Day in the Life switch where select Freeman and Godwin students will switch places for the day and experience life at the rival high school, a training session for select students on cross-cultural communication at the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC), a basketball game and inclusion and disability etiquette training hosted by Sportable for select students, and more!  




Student meals may be pre-paid by using our online vendor payment program. This program allows parents to pay and replenish their students’ lunch accounts by using a personal credit or debit card. Please note that balances from last year are carried over to the following year. If you have questions, please contact the MYSCHOOLBUCKS directly.  Please note that the vendor charges a handling fee for each payment.




PowerSchool Parent Portal is now open and available for parents to begin creating accounts and adding the app to phones. The parent portal will give parents online access to grades and attendance. Parents who wish to use the Portal phone App will need the 4-digit Henrico code. The code is MXZM. If you created a username and password last year, you may use the same credentials to login. The creation of a new account is not necessary.     

PowerSchool Parent Portal: (Click Here)




 Code of Conduct 2017-2018

 PTA Mission: 

To make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

 Parent Information: Drug Use warning Signs

 Soon our students will be out of school with idle time on their hands.  If parents are working, children - young and old - spend more time unsupervised, looking for something to do, right or wrong.  Now is the time to get unneeded and unused medications out of your house and out of your medicine cabinet.  Anyone who reads the paper, follows the news online or watches news on TV knows what a problem prescription drug abuse is and how it can be a gateway to heroin and other drugs.  We are losing far too many young people to this horrible epidemic.

Given this situation, Bremo Pharmacy is doing its part to get unneeded or unused medications out of people's homes and medicine cabinets.  As a service to the community, we have installed a permanent Drug Take back box in our pharmacy at 2024 Staples Mill Road. 
You need not wait for the once a year Drug Take back day.  Our Drug Take back box is available for the public's use anytime our pharmacy is open:  Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm and Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm.  There is no charge, there is no catch - it is truly a community service to get unneeded and unused medications out of our home and out of the hands of our children - young and old.
For Details click here.