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Nov
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Local FFA alumni get American Degrees


The American FFA Degree recipients were (from left) Arthur Schillings, Kyle Quittschreiber and Anthony Schillings.

Enjoying the national FFA convention were (front, from left) Arthur Schillings, Katie Jorschumb, Jackie Teiken, Melissa Schillings, Anthony Schillings, Sarah Kiehl, (back) Kyle Quittschreiber, Cara Roers, Ken Hammer, Trevor Adams, Jeff Mayfield and Cole Marschall. Photos submitted by Sarah Kiehl
Tuesday, Oct. 29, several members of the Frazee FFA began their journey to Louisville, Ky. for the 86th annual National FFA Convention. 
 
Wed
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School settles contract with custodians in 2 meetings

Wed
13
Nov
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Students learn about art in Vergas


Frazee Elementary fifth grade students took a field trip to learn about art and photography at the Forrest Edge Gallery in Vergas. Submitted photo
Frazee Elementary fifth graders practiced their art and photography skills and learned about art during a recent visit to Forest Edge Gallery in rural Vergas.
 
Wed
13
Nov
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Swimmers head to state

The co-op girls swim and dive team with competitions from Frazee, Perham and New York Mills competed at the sectional meet in Bemidji Nov. 8-9 and had a solid showing.
 
Wed
06
Nov
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FFA Forestry team takes first, heads to state


The FFA Forestry team members are David Glander, son of Ann and Scott, Isaac Courneya, son of Jayne and Jim, Cora Hoehne, daughter of Kent and Amber and Charlton Wake, son of Julie and Chuck. Photo by Barbie Porter
The Frazee High School FFA Forestry team is heading to state in April after taking first in the regional competition.
 
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Nov
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High School students celebrate Food Day


Frazee High School students Katelin Dimmen (left) and Alexis Nolan visited food awareness booths during their lunch hour Thursday, Oct. 24 and were given a plate of fruit and vegetables. Photo by Barbie Porter
The average American wastes up to 43 pounds of food a month, and if that number were reduced by 15 percent, there would be enough food to feed 25 million people, according to www.FoodDay.org.
Wed
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Oct
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FHS robotics team crushes competition, earns invite to six-state event in Fargo


Coby Newton (left) positioned the robot by using a hand crank, after which teammate Levi Post used a programmed controller to grab a dowel from a structure and place it in a bin for points.

Frazee Kaotic Robotic team members Matt Hoffmann, Andrew Wendt, McKalen Hedlund, Coby Newton and Levi Post hold awards the team won at the recent competition in New London.
Frazee High School’s Kaotic Robotic team crushed its opposition at a recent competition in New London, earning four awards and the opportunity to advance to regional competition where 36 teams from six states will compete.
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30
Oct
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Frazee Elementary earns Reward School status for third consecutive year

For the third consecutive year, Frazee Elementary has earned  Reward School status from the Minnesota Department of Education.
 
Wed
23
Oct
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Three FFA teams to compete at state


Frazee FFA members going to state competition are (front row, from left) Isaac Wurst, Charlie Mayfield, Blake Christianson (back row) Isaac Courneya, David Glander, Tannor Jorschumb, Cara Roers, William Pihlaja and Becca Sorlien-Riewer. Other members competed as well, but were unavailable for a picture.
Frazee High School’s forestry, poultry and soils teams will advance to state competition after participating in Region I contests Wednesday, Oct. 9.
 
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Frazee robotics gears up for competition


Several members of the Frazee High School Kaotic Robotics team built a robot to compete in the annual Minnesota competition. Photo by Barbie Porter
The second annual Minnesota Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology (BEST) robotics competition will take place at the New London-Spicer High School Friday, Oct. 18 and Saturday, Oct. 19.
 

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