Frazee Robotics team members in a group on the left are (front, from left) Keith Birkeland, David Glander, Christian Zweerink, (back) Arron Erickson and advisor Andrew Paulson posed for a photograph with their team alliances that helped them secure the championship title. The middle group are team members from Appleton, Wis. and in the (middle) red and yellow are team members from New Brighton.
Frazee High School’s robotics program, in its fifth year of existence, won the regional championship and earned its second invite to the world championships in St. Louis.
Frazee robotics team members (from left) Brock Riewer, Jacob Pace and David Glander pose in front of the spaceship and secondary robot the team made to practice for the upcoming Duluth competition, which 37 students will attend.
The Frazee High School robotics team has sealed its robot and is ready for the big competition in Duluth March 1-4.
This year’s competition involves a spaceship and is called Steam Works.
The high school one act play had eight students participate this year (from left) Jacob Lormis, Megan Danielson, Sky Olson, Megan Wutzke, (not pictured) Nick Geiselhart, Eric Ciancio, Kirsten St. Germain and Abbey Sellgren.
Frazee High School’s one act play went to sub-section competition in Park Rapids this past weekend and returned with a fourth place for a performance of “10 Reasons You Should Have Stayed Home Sick Today” by E. M. Bell.