FHS News

May, 1 2020

Extended Online Learning (EOL) Webpage

Please visit think link for all questions and information regarding Fraser High School's Extended Online Learning: EOL Link

Student Engagement

We will be reaching out to students and families that have not connected or been able to complete any work during the Extended Online Learning. We are here to help, if you need assistance please contact your counselor:

Powerschool-Missing Assignments (Grades 9-11)

At this time for grades 9-11 we are not putting zeros in Powerschool, they will be marked with a "!". We will change those missing assignments (!) to zeros in late May. Once zeros are entered they will lower student grades. Please work with your teachers complete your missing assignments. Students that are not able to or choose to not complete any work will receive and "I" for Incomplete and be given an opportunity to remediate or complete the work.

FHS Staff is here to help, please let us know if there are any issues.

Link Crew

Attention sophomores and juniors: Be sure to check your email for important information regarding Link Crew!

Contact Ms. Cook @ anne.cook@fraserk12.org or

Mr. Demetral @ michael.demetral@fraserk12.org if you have any questions.

Michigan History Days Virtual Awards Ceremony

Saturday May 9 at 3pm there will be a virtual awards ceremony for Michigan History Day's State Finals. It will also be recorded and available on YouTube afterward. It's expected that the ceremony will last about an hour. To access the live video, visit the Michigan History Day YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCscqLlufYHX3SLmu9Zoptg. Once there, go to the “Videos” tab under the channel name. Under the Videos tab, there is an Uploads display name with a drop-down arrow on the right side. Click on the drop-down arrow next to “Uploads” and select “Live streams.” The Awards Ceremony scheduled live stream is located on that page, titled “2020 State Finals Awards Ceremony.”

From Fraser High School:

  • Taylor Frazier for her exhibit Heroes Aren’t Born, They’re Made: How Stan Lee Broke Barriers
  • Faith Aloia, Vanessa Ellis, Alisha Gentz and Francesca Palazzolo for their exhibit The Flint Sit-Down Strike: Breaking Bargaining Barriers
  • Mercedes Cross for her website The Barrier That Couldn’t Be Broken: The Navajo Code
  • Nolan Pieprzyk and Shannon McMenamin for their performance Breaking Barriers Towards Fair Labor: General Motors and the Flint Sit-Down Strike
    • Nolan and Shannon have already qualified for the national contest. Only 2 high school performance groups submitted projects and the top 2 groups are selected to compete at nationals.


FHS Yearbook

2020 Rambler Yearbook is still happening!

You can order online. The books should arrive near the end of May. Distribution details will depend on how access to the building plays out for June. With this being a historic year I am sure the book will sell out as it has in the past couple years.

Use this link to order on line now:


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Graduation Sign Pickup

Tuesday, May 5th, 11am-2pm

34270 Garfield Road

Fraser, MI

We will be passing out signs to all Seniors from the Athletic Entrance off of Garfield. One sign was ordered for every Senior. It is important that we practice social distancing during the distribution of the graduation signs. We ask that a parent(s) of seniors come to pick up the sign and we will place it in truck or back seat of the vehicle. Students may pick up with parent permission if necessary.

*If you ordered a sign or personalized sign from the All Night Party, that sign will also be available on this date. Some of these orders were not processed because of the Stay Home Order.