FHS News

June 12th, 2020

End of the Year

Happy last day of school, what a year it has been! No one could of imagined that we would have spent the past 4 months in a virtual world. I wish I had a clear idea of what next school year will look like, but unfortunately all we can do at this time is plan for a number of scenarios. I know that this has been a difficult time but I am thoroughly impressed with the staff’s resiliency and dedication to our students and their families. Thank you families for providing an environment for your students to learn at home, as a parent of five (ages 5-13) I know that it has not been easy.

COVID Extended Learning Opportunities

We will be offering extended learning opportunities for students that were not able to finish their classes in math, science, social studies, English, world language, PE and Health. If your student qualifies for this program a counselor will be in touch on Monday, June 15th and a teacher will contact students on Tuesday, June 16th.

Fraser High School Drive-Thru Graduation Photo and Video Instructions

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Many juniors may have received an email from Collegeboard stating to sign up for the SAT in August. This is optional. Fraser High School will be administering the SAT to current juniors as well as the PSAT to underclassmen this next fall during the school day at no charge. Universities are aware that there will be a delay in receiving SAT scores and are being accommodating with deadlines regarding admittance and scholarships due to COVID-19 interfering with spring testing.

Yearbook News

CLASS OF 2021 - Time to start thinking about getting your professional senior photos done. See the attached letter for more info and deadlines.

Yearbooks are scheduled to arrive June 29th (still tentative, could be earlier). Once books arrive we will have a distribution event. If the state allows students to gather we will schedule small groups for pick up and to sign each other's books. If we are not allowed to gather we will do delivery curbside. Stay tuned to email for all the details.

We ordered 700 books from the factory and they are all SOLD OUT! Sorry if you missed your chance to pre-order. The factory usually sends over-runs we may get any where from 4 to 20 extra copies. Those will be sold first come first served basis for $75 each. If you would like to be on the waiting list for the extra copies please email the student name and grade to yearbook@fraserk12.org When the books arrive you can pick up and pay for your book then (if they are available). We never know how many over-runs we will get, but you can put your name on the list now. The yearbook staff will reach out once the books arrive, and we know how many extras we get.

Since a chance to sign books will be limited by our current situation, Jostens has created a FREE digital signing.

This is free service for everyone. Even if you did not purchase a book you can take advantage of this opportunity.

The digital signing system is easy to use. Here is how:

1-Go to the site: yearbooksigning.jostens.com

2-Set up an account with name, school, end date, email and password

3-Choose a color scheme for the title page

4-Jostens sends a personal link to send to your friends who you want to invite to sign

5-Signers find some space, pick fonts, colors and stickers, write their message and then post

6-Student can then print out the pages to keep with their actual book. You can also delete any post if desired.

This way you can collect messages and 'signatures' from your friends to add to your book once it arrives.

Email with any questions yearbook@fraserk12.org


Rambler Yearbook Staff