• The Frazee Robotics team competed at the high school league state event in the Twin Cities May 20-21 and earned a first place honor in Excellence in Engineering, which came with a trophy and $500 cash award.
Frazee Police Chief Mike Johnson (center) posed for a picture with Markay Larson’s kindergarten class at Frazee Elementary. The school hosted an Officer Appreciation Day and invited area law enforcement to classrooms. Markay Larson photo
When a Frazee Elementary student asked what Frazee Police Chief Mike Johnson would do if he clocked someone going “speeding 200 zillion million miles per hour,” he said, “I’d call in the Air Force.”
The final masterpiece is finished. Seniors creating the art on the wall are Justice Gustafson (from left) Molly Buhr and Dorothy Pihlaja. All photos by Molly Reiffenberger
The blank wall in art room (before picture).
Recently 18 Frazee High School students entered artwork in the Minnesota State High School League Art Show held in New York Mills at the Cultural Center. There are 14 schools that compete in the art show in several categories.
Students lined Main Avenue with their cars and dates for the big prom street picture coordinated by Tavia Bachmann. Darby Nundahl photo
Jackie Teiken and Dominic Newling made their way through Peter Pan & the Lost Boy Trail during the grand march at Frazee High School. Later at the dance at Frazee Event Center the two were named prom king and queen. Cally Nundahl photo