April 16th, 2021
Return to FHS 2021-2022 School year
Please fill out the brief survey below so that we can get an accurate count and schedule our classes appropriately for next school year.
Thank you for your continued support!
Quarantined Student Help
Dear FHS families,
We understand the challenges associated with being quarantined due to being a direct contact of someone that tested positive for COVID 19. If you are asked to quarantine we have created some resources to help you.
We have created a Tip Sheet and Quarantine Schedule Helpline. You will fill out the Google Form and counselors will be in touch with you to help create a schedule of any virtual classes that are offered or recordings of virtual classes that you may view during quarantine. Please complete the Helpline request and reach out to your teachers for help. It is important to stay on top of your classes while you are quarantined. Below are the two links for your quarantine time:
FHS Quarantine Schedule Helpline: https://forms.gle/CWkE4d983F9nvJvV6
Quarantine Student Checklist: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1242LRbTt2Ym5bUdC1eV-GCruolzPEnEs7e2Z3n0TEmc/copy
Checklist Video: https://www.loom.com/share/2e2a51dc037a4d87b43d1fbac07266ea
Juniors MME Testing Next Week
Juniors will wrap up testing next week with MSTEP testing. The 11th graders that are F2F will take the M-STEP Social Studies test on Monday, April 19 during Block 2 and the M-STEP Science test on Tuesday, April 20 during Block 7.
Virtual 11th graders will come in to take both tests based on last name. Students with last names A-L on Wednesday, April 21 and last names M-Z on Thursday, April 22. Separate emails will be sent to virtual students and their parents regarding these tests.
All juniors received an email from Mr. Woods on Thursday, April 15 with information about testing room assignments and technology requirements. Please encourage your 11th grader to check their email.
Make-Up Information for PSAT 9 and 10; Sat 11; and Work Keys 11
While it is our hope that every student will take the test, we understand that some families are not comfortable with students entering the school building. There is no "opt out" but you have the right to call him into attendance that day.
Midwest Big Future Days
Whether your students have already started their college search or have no idea where to begin, The College Board wants to connect them with colleges that might be a good fit for them. BigFuture™ Days gives your students a chance to get information about multiple colleges from college admissions officers and current college students.
Here are five reasons for students to attend BigFuture Days. Your students can:
- Explore colleges in a way that’s informative but not overwhelming.
- Connect directly with colleges to get answers to their questions and show their interest in attending.
- Get answers to their college questions from college advisors via live Q&A sessions.
- Take key college planning steps like searching for colleges and exploring scholarships Join these free events from a computer or mobile device.
FHS Graduation 2021
Dear Senior Families,
As we get closer to the end of the school year, we know families are excited to celebrate their Seniors. This is a special time of year, and we realize the importance of honoring the Class of 2021.
While we are still navigating the challenges of COVID-19 and this pandemic, we are working hard to develop a special ceremony for our graduates. Unfortunately, due to indoor gathering restrictions, this year’s graduation will not be held at Bethesda Christian Church as originally planned.
We will be holding this year’s graduation at our Fraser Stadium. We are happy to announce this will be on our brand new football field. While we are still working through the details of the event, please plan on the Class of 2021 Graduation being held on Saturday, June 12th at 10:00 am.
In addition, more details will be made available with regards to other Senior Events. We appreciate your patience as we continue to navigate the challenges of this pandemic.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
With Fraser Pride,
Pre-order a 2021 yearbook. The price is currently $75 and will go up to $80 when books arrive in the Spring. Get your book online at https://bit.ly/2O7FIqX
Pay by cash or check payable to Fraser High School by sending in payment with your student or dropping it off at the high school main office.
Senior Parents - There is still time to celebrate your senior in the yearbook. Online ordering is closed but you can buy an ad for your student by sending cash or check to the yearbook staff via the high school main office. See the link for the order form with prices and ad sizes.
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