Phone: 404-913-7088 (Google Voice - you can call and/or text me at this number.)
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor's Degree in English Education from Augusta College (1992) Master's Degree in Secondary English Education from Augusta State University (2008)
Ms. Laurie Frazier
I am so happy to be back at Aiken High School, but this time as a teacher working with high school students, which has always been my goal! I attended Aiken High School for 11th and 12th grades and graduated with a huge class (around 650) right on the football field! So I feel that I have come full circle as an Aiken High Green Hornet!
I actually have taught in Aiken County for 28 years, but this is my 30th year overall as an educator. I previously taught at Kennedy Middle School (1993-1995), Aiken Middle School (1995-1996), North Augusta Middle School (1996-2018), and Schofield Middle School (2019-20210. Additionally, I taught one year in West Columbia, but Aiken County will always be home to me.
I have two beautiful and intelligent daughters. Meghann is a 5th Grade teacher at Redcliffe Elementary School and Kristen is a nurse at Augusta Oncology. In addition to my daughters, I have four grandchildren - Frazier (11), Lander (3), Emmalyn (2), and a newborn baby girl Lennon (she was born on 07/14/21). Being close to my family again is so important and being able to teach in a school where I actually attended helps me feel connected to my community.
I plan to encourage, support, and challenge my students to be the best possible version of themselves so that when they leave our school, they will have the skills and confidence to succeed in college, techinical/trade score, and life! And every day, my students are told to "respect your education." I believe EVERY child can succeed!
"Education is the most powerful education we can use to change the world." (Nelson Mandela)
2nd Period: 9:44 – 10:33
6th Period: 1:47 – 2:36
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