School

Wed
25
Sep
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FHS robotics builds on last year’s success


Frazee High School robotic builders from left) Matthew Hoffmann, McKalen Hedlund, Coby Newton and Andrew Wendt hash out details of how to make the robot arm grab a dowel. Photo by Barbie Porter
Frazee High School’s Kaotic Robotics team is in high gear, preparing for the upcoming statewide competition.
 
Wed
18
Sep
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Homecoming candidates chosen

Homecoming royalty were chosen Friday at Frazee High School. The winners of the king and queen titles will be announced at 2:35 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23 in the FHS gym. The coronation is open to the public.

Wed
18
Sep
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Class of 1958 gathers

The Frazee High School Class of 1958 held their 55th class reunion during Turkey Days 2013.

Wed
18
Sep
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New Jersey author visits Frazee elementary, library


Friday, Sept. 6, author Allen Johnson of New Jersey visited Frazee Elementary and the Frazee Library to discuss the finer points of fiction writing and chat about his new book. Photo by Barbie Porter
Author Allen Johnson, who is married to Frazee native Linda (Anderson), visited with Frazee Elementary students recently about the elements of fiction writing.
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Homecoming parade to boost school spirit

Wed
11
Sep
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Board approves teacher’s contract

In past years, the Frazee-Vergas School District and teacher’s union have taken well into the school year to come to contract terms.
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Frazee schools see stable enrollment for second year

Enrollment at Frazee-Vergas Schools is stable and holding its own with 910 students this fall. 
 
Wed
11
Sep
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FHS 50th class reunion

Class 1963
 
Wed
11
Sep
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Tax levy decreases 13 percent, Trautman offered community education director job

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The maximum tax levy being requested by the Frazee-Vergas School District is almost a 13 percent reduction from the previous year.
 
Wed
04
Sep
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Frazee at top of class for English in lower grades, higher grades struggle


Sixth grader Angela Kilde, 11, helped her little brother Ean, 4, get a drink of water at the open house Wednesday evening at Frazee Elementary. Their parents are Josh & Amy Kilde of Frazee. Photo by Cally Nundahl
Reading and comprehension skills are often thought of as one of the most fundamental skills one learns in school. 
 

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