Mrs. Angela Frazier

Second Grade

Mrs. Frazier was born in England to a family of teachers, and graduated from the University of East London. After moving to the United States, she received her teaching degree at the University of Southern Maine. She taught third grade in York, Maine, before coming to St. Patrick School in 2010.

Mrs. Frazier loves working in a Catholic school because she can share her faith and teach students about God's love for them. She and her husband have two children who have benefited from a St. Pat's education. She also has two step children who live in the mountains of California. Mrs. Frazier and her family live in York, Maine, and are active parishioners at The Parish of the Ascension of the Lord.

Mrs. Frazier's passions are teaching and reading. She enjoys watching basketball -especially if her kids are playing (GO ST. PAT'S!) and the Boston Celtics. Other favorite activities include birding and kayaking. She loves to travel, and has family all over the world.

What will you learn?

There is so much to do in Second Grade! Students can go to Reconciliation and receive the Eucharist, put into practice literary and math skills, develop a writing portfolio, make scientific connections in ornithology and geology, broaden their knowledge of the outside world with our Famous Americans Project, and learn how to be independent workers. Students will experience what it is like to be a role model: “we are the big kids now!”