School

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Johnson to start retirement by selling homemade jewelry


Darcy Johnson is retiring from teaching special education at Frazee Elementary after about 33 years in the district.
Darcy Johnson recently announced her retirement from the Frazee-Vergas School District.
 
Wed
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Apr
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More than $176,000 given in scholarships, four graduate with 2-year degree


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The 2018 graduating class of Frazee High School received more than $176,550 in scholarships, of which $46,100 was raised and gifted locally April 17. 
 
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Students perform Swamped, Joust


Frazee Elementary third grade students put on a musical Wednesday, April 18. The fourth grade also held a play. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee Elementary third and fourth grade students put on two plays Wednesday, April 18 that left audiences laughing, smiling and nodding their heads to the catchy tunes.
 
Tue
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Apr
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St. Germain wins Day of Caring contest


Kirsten St. Germain’s artwork was chosen by classmates to be printed on the Day of Caring T-shirts.
Kirsten St. Germain’s artwork exploded off the page and will be featured on 500 T-shirts worn by staff and students during the Day of Caring clean-up event May 9.
 
Tue
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Apr
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FHS Honor Roll - 3rd quarter

Wed
11
Apr
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FHS to reduce science college credit options

Frazee High School will no longer offer several college-level science classes beginning next year.
 
Wed
11
Apr
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Frazee robotics team on All-Academic list

The Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference is delighted to announce its first ever All-Academic Team!
 
Wed
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Apr
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Chili, sweets and deals highlight robotics fundraiser


Amanda Aho served up sweet and mild chili to Arland Schultz of Vergas during the Frazee robotics program fundraiser Friday, April 6.
The Frazee High School robotics team raised about $12,000 during a fundraiser Friday, April 6. 
 
Tue
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Apr
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Native Club offers an opportunity to embrace cultural differences


Brianna Mortensen (left) and Sadie Larson are proud to attend a school that offers a Native American Club. Brianna spent her early childhood in Pine Point and Sadie was born in Ponsford. They now reside in Frazee.
Most U.S. citizens need to look to other countries to find their family’s heritage, but for Frazee High School juniors Brianna Mortensen and Sadie Larson their linage begins on the same soil they walk upon today.
 
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Mar
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Kids raising money for kids


AWANA volunteer Karen Pieper (center) presented a check for $400 from AWANA to Rick and Shirley Umberger for Feed The Fish. Karen also gave a check for $400 from Twice Blessed (church thrift store).
AWANA students gathered together recently to raise money for Feed The Fish, which is a foundation for children to experience the great outdoors and come to know Jesus.
 

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