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School breakfast draws 350 students daily, on average

The Frazee-Vergas School District’s breakfast program is still going strong, as 350 take advantage of it daily, on average.
 
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Details and shades create depth to Lormis’ artwork


Brittany Lormis holds up one of her pieces that will be on display at the high school arts festival March 16.
Brittany Lormis has a lifelong connection to art, and as she finishes her senior year at Frazee High School, the dedication to her craft is showing with each vivid creation.
 
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Elementary musical gets rave reviews from director


Frazee Elementary third graders gave a musical performance recently.
Frazee Elementary third and fourth graders were in tune and on cue at a recent musical performance for parents and family.
 
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FHS students make lasting impression without a word


Frazee High School students gave a standing ovation for the Native American dancers who visited the school recently.
Students in the Frazee-Vergas School District were treated to some Native American culture recently.
 
Members of the dance group Naamijig, out of Mahnomen, performed several dances at both schools.
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Shooting with a Canon, FHS student fires off memorable photos


Aina Olson, the daughter of Paula Olson and Mike Olson will have at least 10 photographs on display during the annual arts festival at the high school.
A photograph can capture any emotion or moment in time, and the power of the lens has pulled Aina Olson into embracing the craft.
 
Wed
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Sazama’s 3-D art to be on display at upcoming art festival


Breanna Sazama dips her brush into paint as she starts the coloring process on clay pot she recently made.
Breanna Sazama is all about using her hands to create usable art from clay. Those who attend the Frazee High School Fine Arts Festival Thursday, March 16 will be able to view her work.
 
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Students begin hand-delivering coffee to teachers at FHS


Frazee High School faculty members were recently given the opportunity to have a freshly-brewed Cup O’Joe hand-delivered to their classroom by students.
The Cup O’Joe project has begun at Frazee High School and each faculty member who participates gives students an opportunity they might not otherwise have.
 
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Robotics brings home regional championship, heading to world event


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.
 
Tue
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FHS robotics team seals robot, prepares for Duluth competition


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. 
 
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Seeking Class of 1977 graduates

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