Equity And Access For All
Mr. Frazier has served in the Ferguson-Florissant School District since 2006 as an assistant principal at McCluer High School, an associate principal at McCluer- South-Berkeley High School during the 2010 school year, assistant principal at McCluer North since 2011, and now as Princiipal of Johnson-Wabash 6th Grade Center. He started his career as a history teacher in the Hickman Mills School District and administrator in the Center School District in Kansas City, MO.
Dr. Tracee J. Lewis earned a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from MaryvilleUniversity in 2013. She holds a master’s in educational administration and amaster’s in school and professional counseling, both from LindenwoodUniversity. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education-Englishfrom Harris-Stowe State University in 1997.Dr. Lewis began her career at Berkeley High School in 1997, where she taughtEnglish and alternative education. In 2002, she became a school guidancecounselor at Berkeley Middle School. In 2005, she moved to McCluer North HighSchool, where she served as a counselor and chairman of the GuidanceDepartment. Dr. Lewis currently serves as the Assistant Principal of Instructionat McCluer High School. She believes in supporting the entire school communityby creating a challenging yet nurturing environment that allows for everyone tosucceed.
Motto: Everyone is Capable of Success
I have 7 years of experience in education, including early childhood, elementary, and high school experience. I graduated in December, 2021, with my masters in school counseling from Lindenwood University. I am excited about meeting the social, emotional, academic, and career needs of students at Johnson Wabash!
I have a husband and four busy children ranging in ages from 8th grade through college. I enjoy video games or streaming tv shows in my down time.
I believe all students can learn and grow when given the tools to do so. I aim to be a positive influence on students' lives, helping them grow into independent adults. I value education and relationships, and I feel joy seeing students succeed. I love helping students understand new concepts, guiding them through challenges, and preparing them for their futures.