Frazee Elementary kindergarten students in Lisa Smith’s class learned about beehives, and were even allowed to touch one that was not in use. Photo by Barbie Porter
Touching a beehive, tasting homegrown apples, taking a tractor ride and picking a pumpkin kept Frazee Elementary kindergartners full of smiles and questions during a Maple Hills Orchard visit Thursday, Oct. 3
The Lady Hornets worked as a team last Thursday. Madison Oswald (No. 2) kept the ball in play as teammates (from left) Taylor Tappe, Joanna Shipman and Josi Tappe prepare to send the ball over the net during the second game against the Perham Yellowjackets. Photo by Barbie Porter
The Hornet volleyball team had a great homecoming week with some tough fought matches.
The Hornets took on the Menahga Braves Tuesday, Sept. 24 and won the match 3-0 (25-19, 26-24, 25-15).
Frazee Elementary teacher Brandi Trapp shared a hug of thanks with her student Sophia Strand. The daughter of Nicole Strand and Kerry Strand raised almost $300 to help her teacher who recently started her battle with cancer. Photo by Nicole Strand
Frazee Elementary faculty and staff wore pink last week to show support to colleague Brandi Trapp as she started chemotherapy. Photo by Barbie Porter
Six-year-old Sophia Strand broke her piggy bank, dumped out her life savings and gave it to her first grade teacher, Brandi Trapp.
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.