FHS News

November 12, 2021

Fraser High School Pilot Tardy Policy

Dear parents and guardians,

We understand that transitioning back to school has been challenging for students and parents alike. We have provided grace to our students up to this point in regards to tardiness to class. In order to curb the excessive tardiness at Fraser High School, we will be piloting a new Tardy Policy beginning on December 6th, 2021.

The new policy will require students to scan in for all extracurricular activities. If a student has more than 3 tardies the previous week, they will be ineligible to participate in extracurricular activities, attend after school events, and scan out of SMART and Hybrid Classes.

We will be tracking tardies once a student arrives at school. Therefore, we will not count tardiness for 1st or 6th blocks. Tardies will be counted for blocks 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10.

It is imperative that students have their Student ID's in order to scan into practices, games, SMART and Hybrid Classes. If a student has lost their ID, they may get a new one for free - one time only in the Media Center. We will also have a few stations set up in the Media Center for students to check their attendance throughout the week. It will be the responsibility of the students to check their status prior to attending an after school activity. Coaches and those checking students' status will not be permitted to allow students to participate or attend an event if they have more than 3 tardies.

We hope that you will have a conversation with your students about the importance of being on time to class. We will be reviewing this policy prior to launching on December 6th. We will also run reports starting on November 29th in order to have conversations with those students that have more than 3 tardies.

Thank you for your continued support,

Ryan D. Sines, Ed.S.

Fraser High School Principal

9th Grade Vision Screening

Tuesday, November 16th, freshmen students will be called down throughout the morning for their vision screening.

FHS Parent Teacher Conferences

This year’s Parent Teacher Conferences is a virtual and face-to-face event which takes place on November 18th from 1:00-4:00 pm, and 5:00-8:00 pm. You will be scheduling your individual conference times to meet virtually or face-to-face with your child’s teachers through our Parent Portal. Parents can also schedule a meeting with their child’s counselor, social worker or school psychologist using the same process.

November 18th - Early Release - Parent Teacher Conferences

1-3pm Virtual Session 1

3-4pm Face-to-Face Session 1

5-6pm Face-to-Face Session 2

6-8pm Virtual Session 2


Open: Monday November 15, 2021 at 06:00 AM

Close: Wednesday November 17, 2021 at 11:30 PM

You can sign up for conferences using this link: https://fraser.schoolsoft.com/

  • To sign up for fall conferences, you must have a Unified Classroom (PowerSchool) parent account. .
  • If you already have an account to access Parent Portal/Unified Classroom, no action is needed. However, if you do not have an account, please fill out the Parent Portal Agreement by clicking on the following link. Once this is completed, we can provide you with the credentials you need to complete the process.


    If you do not have an account yet, please contact Jennifer Price at 586-439-7203

  • Instructions for using the Conference Manager to sign up: SchoolSoft instructions for parents
  • If you have no concerns with your child’s progress in a class, you do not have to schedule a conference with that teacher.
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Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward

The Fraser Performing Arts Center proudly presents Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward this weekend.

Synopsis: Skeptical novelist Charles Condomine (Sean Bedore) invites self-proclaimed medium Mystic Arcati (Nolan Pieprzyk) to his home for a séance, hoping to gather material for a new book. When the hapless psychic accidentally summons the spirit of Condomine's late wife, Elvira (Paige Zuccaro), his home and life are quickly turned into a shambles as his wife's ghost torments both himself and his new bride, Ruth (Natalie Watson). Also starring Sophia Duffy, Theresa Moronczyk, and Luke Wagner.

Running Time: Approx. two hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.

FPS staff and the Board of Education will receive a free ticket to see these talented students. Please let the workers at the ticket table know that you're a staff member.

Students $5

Senior Citizens $8

Adults $10

Fraser High School Boat Regatta 11-12-21

FHS Yearbook Information


Just a reminder that the photo taken for the student IDs does not get used for the yearbook for Seniors. They MUST go to a professional photographer and have a photo taken for the yearbook. We work closely with Sieloff Studios, and they are who we strongly recommend. Sieloff 586-791-5000

The deadline to get your photo done is December 10th. If you go to another photographer, the requirements for the images are attached.

I want to see all the Seniors in the book. If there is a finical reason you cannot get a professional photo done, please email me privately and we can see what can be worked out.

Questions: james.flanagan@fraserk12.org


It is time to celebrate our seniors. After 2 challenging years and more challenges this year it is time to let our seniors know how proud we are of them finishing strong. Take out an ad in the yearbook to Celebrate your Senior. Attached is a flyer with a range of ads and sizes for any budget. The Deadline for a Proud Parent Senior Ad is February 10, 2022.

Order and plan your ad online: https://tinyurl.com/22ynr78r


The price of a book is currently $73 (plus tax) online and will go up later in the year.

Order now and save. https://tinyurl.com/22ynr78r