School

Wed
14
Jan
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Girl asked to turn blue at Frazee High


Frazee High School’s one act play members include: (front, from left) Emily Hoefs, Shelby Munger, Josephin Hirsch, Kim Wheeler, Dorothy Pihlaja, Brenden Pageant, (row 2) Nick Olson, Annie Hanson, Tessa Peterson, Brittany Rorah, (row 3) Megan Quittschreiber, Katie Jorschumb, Cheyanne Zick, Jacob Lormis, Tabby Hiemenz and director Brenda Bankers. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School is getting ready to pull back the curtain on its one act play with a public showing Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 4 p.m. The show is free, but a freewill donation will be accepted if offered.
 
Wed
14
Jan
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Weather extends school year in 2014, musical returns, school programs excel


A student-led effort helped bring the annual musical back to Frazee High School. This photograph was taken by Joleen Giefer and used as a banner shot on the front page of the Frazee-Vergas Forum.
The weather was big news for students attending Frazee schools in 2014, as they used up all their snow days and had to extend the school year to make up days. 
 
Wed
07
Jan
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Musicians gather in Hawley for honor band


Schools from around the area sent members of their honor bands, a select group of musicians, to Hawley to perform. After a day-long practice the group gave a concert for the public.

Honor band members are (front, from left) Maddy Hruby, Emily Gigstead, Taylor Wilkowski, MacKenzie Wutzke, Hayley Courneya, (back) Conductor Wayne Romer, Abby Holzhauer, Madison Wothe, Trinity St. Germain, Abby Hoehne, Megan Danielson, Olivia Erickson and Frazee High School Band Director Brian Selander. Photo by Dawn Flemmer
Eleven students were chosen to represent Frazee junior high’s finest musicians at a recent honor band gathering in Hawley.
 
Wed
07
Jan
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FHS gets students singing before school


Hornet Singers (front row only, from left) Jocelyn Giefer, Annie Sisson, Lars Christianson, Nate Lubitz, Seth Wutzke, Cole Zick, Zak Watchorn, Taylor Wutzke, Kyliegh Van Den Eykel and Morgan Laine.

The Hornettes are (front row only, from left) Gabrielle Splonskowski, Angel Shore, Kim Wheeler, Alexis Nolan, Paige Saarinen, Anjelika Gunderson and Kari Marshall.
The ability to harmonize can be quite inspiring to hear, just as the courage to stand in front of staring eyes and sing is admirable.
 
Tue
30
Dec
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FHS mentoring program connects students


Frazee High School mentors from the fine arts department include: (front, from left) Kyliegh Van Den Eykel, Tabbitha Hiemenz, Megan Quittschreiber, Katie Jorschumb, Morgan Laine, (back) Chance Willette, Cole Zick, Nate Lubitz, Zak Watchorn and Lars Christianson. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School Activities Director Nick Courneya is bringing high school students back to the elementary in a newly-implemented mentor program.
 
Tue
30
Dec
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Lady Hornets beat Braves in pre-Christmas match-up

The Frazee Hornet girls basketball team hosted Menahga Monday, Dec. 22 and won 81-64.
 
Tue
30
Dec
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Professional musicians to work with FHS band


The Minneapolis based Copper Street Brass Quintet is scheduled to work with the Frazee High School band this spring, thanks to a Lakes Region Arts Council grant.
Frazee High School (FHS) will welcome professional musicians into the classroom and on the stage this spring with the help of a $9,990 grant given by Lakes Region Arts Council, which is based out of Fergus Falls. 
 
Tue
23
Dec
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Hornets ground Flyers in blowout win


Katie Smith shoots during a recent varsity basketball game. Photo by Beth Janu
The Lady Hornet varsity basketball team earned another big win, this time against Bagley in a 70-23 victory Thursday, Dec. 18.
 
Tue
23
Dec
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Frazee robotics takes third at regional event


The Frazee High School robotics team recently earned a third place title at a competition in Fargo, N.D.
Frazee robotics earned a third place title and won the Best Team Mascot Award at the Northern Plains Regional BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) Robotics Competition in Fargo, Dec 4-6.
 
Tue
23
Dec
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FHS broadcast journalism class doubles


Frazee High School students in grades 10-12 now have the opportunity to take a communication class that creates a news broadcast called “Good Morning FHS.” Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School students are back on the air and bringing the news to classmates, faculty and the general public through Good Morning FHS.
 

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