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New gym electives attract non-sport students


Luke Knutson (left) showed Frazee High School students in the elective physical education classes of weightlifting and lifetime fitness how to properly use weights as well as dynamic stretching that can be done to reduce the risk of injuries. Knutson is a personal trainer at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center. Barbie Porter photo
Two newly-offered elective gym classes for Frazee High School students had a personal trainer working with them Wednesday, Oct. 1.
 
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Personal records set at CC Perham meet


Frazee’s Ellie Morgan pushed herself during a recent cross country meet. Tammie Nunn photo
The Frazee High School cross country team had its best individual showing of the season with 21 runners setting personal records at the Perham Invite Thursday, Oct. 2.
 
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Hornet girls perform well at Yellowjacket volleyball tourney

The Hornet volleyball team extended its record to 14-6 before heading to Perham for the Yellowjacket invite Saturday, Oct. 4.  The Hornets matched up with Menahga Tuesday, Sept. 30th and won 3-1 (25-7, 25-16, 22-25, 25-18).  
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FHS Robotics preps for new season


Frazee High School student Levi Post maneuvered a robot around the mock course. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School’s Kaotic Robotics team is back in action and building its latest robot for the October competition in New London.
 
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Ghost hunt, trust funds, painting counters highlight upcoming community ed classes

Anyone ready to get into the Halloween spirit? Frazee-Vergas Community Education can help, as it is offering classes on hunting ghosts and a chance to visit a pumpkin patch. 
 
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Learn about oils, create a collage, cook foreign dishes and more

Delicious dishes, healthy habits,  creative events and educational opportunities fill the Frazee-Vergas community Education calender through October. 
 
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Parade, carnival and pigskin pack FHS Homecoming

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The Frazee High School homecoming court includes (from left) freshmen Jack Mickelson and Ellie Morgan, sophomores Rory Drewes and Hailey Ellingson-Wirth, juniors Mel Johnson and Kelly Reishus, and seniors Hesston Bachmann and Kennady Barlund (who were named king and queen), Anne Winter and Kyle Sprouls, Josi Tappe and Roger Thorp and Elizabeth Golkowski and Jacob Klemm. Barbie Porter photo
Mary and John Olson
Mary and John Olson both recently retired from teaching careers at Frazee High School. Mary taught English and John taught construction trades. The Frazee residents were named grand marshals for the homecoming parade. Barbie Porter photo
Frazee High School Homecoming week has arrived, and Frazee and Vergas are encouraged to go green in support of the hometown school Friday, Sept. 26.
 
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Frazee homecoming set Sept. 22-26


The Frazee High School homecoming court was announced Monday, Sept. 15. The king candidates are (back from left) Jacob Klemm, Kyle Sprouls, Roger Thorp, Hesston Bachmann, princes are Mel Johnson, Rory Drewes and Jack Mickelson. The queen candidates are (front, from left) Elizabeth Golkowski, Anne Winter, Josi Tappe, Kennady Barlund and princesses Kelly Reishus, Hailey Elllingson-Wirth and Ellie Morgan. Barbie Porter photo
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Lions of 5 M-9 offer college scholarships

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Frazee schools test well in reading and science, below average in math

The MCA-III test scores are in, and the Frazee-Vergas School District had several grades that surpassed the state average of how many students understood the material in reading, math and science.
 

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