April 24th, 2020

Happy Friday!

This is the end of week one of Phase II of EOL. FHS teachers and counselors will be reaching out to students that have not connected or are unable to connect to see how we can support. We understand that these are difficult times and each family has unique circumstances they are dealing with. We will be flexible and compassionate with assignments and grading during this time. This week we held class meetings explaining the next steps for Fraser students grades 9-12. We also held a Town Hall with Ms. Wozniak answering questions from the Class of 2020. Here are the links to those meetings:

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

Senior Class Town Hall

Slides for Senior Town Hall

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.

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.

Class of 2020 Yard Signs

The yards signs are done and will be picked up next week. I will email out details for pickup.
Big picture

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:


Cameron's Collection

The Media Center is pleased to announce the addition of an important resource to its website. Cameron's Collection is a compilation from Gale Research that deals with teen mental health issues. The collection includes works about living with anxiety, ADHD, OCD, parents who are going through a divorce, etc. This is a great resource and available to all students at the high school. Visit mediacenterfhs.weebly.com and click on the Cameron's Collection button! If it asks for a password, please enter "fraser."