School

Tue
16
May
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ECFE kids do good deeds for community


Colton Slevin, Gabe Rust, Emily Slevin, Enin Kopischke, Bentley Rust, Annie Slevin, Ray Holzhauer, Bob Rust, Jess Kopischke, Amber Geleneau, Sheila Holzhauer and Jon Holzhauer cleaned ditches recently on behalf of the Frazee Early Childhood Family Education program.
Several Frazee Early Childhood Family Education students participated in a clean up night Tuesday, May 2.
 
Tue
16
May
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FFA earns many medals at state

The Frazee FFA team recently competed at state. The results were as follows:
 
Tue
16
May
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Book drive at Frazee Elementary

The Frazee-Vergas PTO is conducting a book drive at the elementary school now through Thursday, May 25.
 
Tue
16
May
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Kunz named Teacher of the Year


Jane Kunz receives a hug from Kaden Smith after she was named elementary Teacher of the Year.
Jane Kunz is looking to end her teaching career on a high note. 
 
Tue
09
May
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2017 FHS prom-goers

The 2017 Frazee High School prom-goers lined up with their vehicles on Main Avenue for one big shot.

Tue
09
May
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Frazee’s Native American Committee achieves goals

The Frazee-Vergas Schools are making strides to improve cultural understanding of Native Americans, as well as decrease achievement gaps.
 
Wed
03
May
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Extrava-band-za set for May 8, free concert

The second annual Extrava-band-za in Frazee is set for Monday, May 8 in the Frazee High School’s main gym.
 
Wed
03
May
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Hornets win in Bulldog country

The Frazee Hornet baseball team’s wining streak extended to four games with a 7-1 rain-shortened victory on the road at Ottertail Central Monday, April 24.
 
Wed
03
May
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Robotics brings home intel from World Championships to be used at State

Frazee High School’s robotics team earned the right to compete at the St. Louis, Mo., event April 26-29 and returned with a 2-8 record. 
 
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Apr
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FHS students recognized at annual awards night ceremony


Anthony Santos (from left) and Kim Wheeler accepted scholarships for $400 each from the Frazee Education Association.

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