FHS News

January 14th, 2022

No School - January 17th - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

First Semester Exams - January 18th - January 21st

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Olivia Holly - Science Student of the Year

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Caitlin Mulkey - English Student of the Year

1st Semester Exams

To address the students that are quarantined or have tested positive for COVID, we will allow students affected, to take exams when they are ready after they return. Students MUST make arrangements with their teachers by Monday, January 24th in order to receive an Incomplete ("I") for exams. All exams will need to be made up by Friday, February 4th. Incompletes will be changed to letter grades after this date.
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Hello FHS students,

It’s been brought to our attention that competency progress does not show up when checking your grades in Unified Classroom. Please make sure you are checking your grades in the PowerSchool main portal. This will allow you to see which competencies you have passed this semester. Follow the below steps to see your grades in PowerSchool if you are in Unified Classroom:

  1. Click on Quick Links (Rocket Ship icon)
  2. Click on Main Portal Page
  3. Click on the percentage for each class to see the grade breakdown

As a reminder, you must have MET all competencies to earn credit for the course. Please make arrangement with your teachers to develop a plan for any CNMs you many have in a course.

Have a great day,

Mrs. Porter

Attendance Protocols

Hello Fraser High School Students and Parents,

The following is to address a new practice being put into place during SMART hour starting Monday, December 13th. Our staff has found that there is too much roaming around during SMART hour. In a school setting, it is important that destinations are reached in a timely manner so students can be located quickly in times of need or emergency. Furthermore, SMART is a time for students to get help, retake assessments, and/or focus on other tasks for their classes. It is essential that our students are using this time effectively.

Starting Monday the 13th, all travel for the day, including restroom use, will be stopped at 1:45. By 1:45, students should have used the restroom and/or traveled to wherever they have gotten a pass to. This should be a focused time on learning and moving toward academic goals. It is understood that some students have individual circumstances and have unique passes they may still use during this time.

Additionally, we will start to use a new pass system in all classes. Students will need to scan a QR code and fill out a pass when leaving a classroom. The confirmation of filling out the pass can serve as a student’s pass when asked in the hallway. Teachers will set a 5 minute timer for trips to the bathroom or locker. Teachers are being asked to address longer than usual time out of class and, at times, adjust attendance accordingly. They are also being asked to contact home and inform administrators for students who misuse passes. This system will be fully in place by Monday, December 13th; however, some staff may have already started it.

There are circumstances that our teachers understand and can work with. The timer is to serve as a reminder to staff that someone is still out of the room and to the student to not roam around. Our staff knows that there are circumstances that can occur that cause longer time out of class. Attendance will not be affected unless time out of class is extensive. If you are someone who does not abuse passes during class you do not have to worry.

Finally, a reminder that this week’s attendance will affect your ability next week to scan out of SMART and hybrid courses, attend after school events, play/practice on sports teams, and attend/take part in any other extra-curricular activity. If you have 4 or more tardies or UNV’s this week, then you will not be able to do any of these activities next week. This will be the practice every week for the rest of the year – your attendance in one week will affect your ability to take part in these items the following week.

We appreciate everyone’s efforts in making the focus of school be on learning in a safe environment. If you have any questions of concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Thank you,

Fraser High School Administration: Ryan Sines; Amy Jager; Kyle Ray; and Shannon Holmes

Students After School

In order to provide a safe environment, we are asking that all students are in the appropriate place after school.

  • Students who have practice need to be with a coach. Students should not plan on staying at school until practice starts.
  • Credit Recovery ends at 3:30pm and students are required to leave the building afterwards.
  • Students can wait for rides until 3:30pm in the Media Center. After 3:30pm students will be asked to wait at the main entrance for their rides, if they are found wondering the building they will be asked to leave.
  • If students are not participating in extracurricular activities, they cannot be in the Athletic Wing after school.
  • If students plan on coming to an after-school activity, they should plan on leaving the school and coming back at the start of the event.

We appreciate everyone’s efforts in making the focus of school be on learning in a safe environment. If you have any questions of concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Elementary Scholarships

All senior students received an e-mail from Ms. Maurer this week with details on applying for scholarships provided by Fraser Elementary schools. Students are eligible to apply if they have met the following criteria:

  • students must have attended the elementary during part of his/her elementary education;
  • must be a graduating senior at Fraser High School with a GPA of 2.5 of higher;
  • must have acceptance to an institution of higher learning for the 2022-2023 school year;
  • and the student must show evidence of family/community service.

Hard copies of applications can be picked up in the counseling office. Completed applications MUST be submitted to the counseling office by 2:30pm on Friday, February 11, 2022. Any application submitted after this date and time will NOT be considered.

PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 9 Scores Released

PSAT testing scores from October are now released on students accounts at www.collegeboard.org. Students who have previously not created an account will need to use the following directions. Please make sure you do not create an account if you have previously done so!

  • Log onto www.collegeboard.org
  • Click “sign up”
  • Enter required fields
  • Click “next”
  • This gives you access to your collegeboard test scores

If you are unable to sign in first try “forgot username” or “forgot password” and try to reset

If you are still unable to get see scores please contact Collegeboard at 866-433-7728. FHS does not have access/control over your account.