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Art awards and recognition were given to the following Frazee High School students.
Frazee third grader Katelyn Schaefer built a portable rain collector to water plants and flowers. No doubt she's collected more than a little water over the past week.
Frazee Elementary held its inaugural Inventors Fair Wednesday, May 8 showcasing the impressive imagination and ingenuity of 80 fine-tuned Hornet minds.
Photo by Caulfield Studio
This year, there will be 51 seniors graduating from Frazee High School. Ceremonies will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18 in the main gym.
Frazee High School senior Laura Pihlaja earned a scholarship that will cover half the total cost of her tuition.
After years of parental encouragement and listening to reminders about how important good grades are, Frazee High School senior Laura Pihlaja has seen the payoff.
The Frazee High School KAOTIC Robotics Team heads to the Minnesota State Robotics Tournament under the direction of instructor Andy Paulson Saturday, May 18 to compete against 29 other teams.
Dave Trautman, Frazee schools activities director, will retire at the end of the school year.
Starting in July, every day will be Saturday for Dave Trautman; at least that is what his friends tell him.
Frazee High School English teacher Mary Olson will retire at the end of the school year.
Photo by Barbie Porter
“Mary (Olson) is a person that truly cares for her students,” said Rob Nudell, Frazee schools K-12 principal. “Mary (Olson) is a person that truly cares for her students.
Mary Stein-Husband is retiring from Frazee Elementary after years as a speech therapist. Photo by Barbie Porter
Mary Stein-Husband is not really ready to retire, but this spring when the doors at the elementary school swing shut and the final student exits the building, she will end her speech therapist career.
Frazee Elementary teacher Jeff Skogmo will retire this spring. Photo by Barbie Porter
When the last day of school concludes, Frazee Elementary fourth grade teacher Jeff Skogmo will trade in his book bag for a golf bag.
Wow! Frazee students raked in the dollars for advanced education.
A total of $285,455 in scholarships were announced Monday night.
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