Welcome Corrina Guardipee Frazer Schools new Superintendent
Oki’ my name is Corrina L. Guardipee ED. S. In my 21 years of experience in education I have participated in nearly every aspect of the educational setting and most of that experience has been in schools or districts with a high native American/Alaskan native population. I have an Education Specialist Degree and a Masters of Education, I have 10 years successful teaching experience and 11 years total in the field of administration. I look forward to serving the community of Frazer and working together to help build pride in our students, ourselves and our community.
I believe a school is a place where ALL students are important members of our society; as such I have a responsibility to ensure that through their education, we teach, encourage, and motivate each of them to become confident, disciplined, and resourceful learners. School is a place where all stakeholders come together to promote learning. I believe that parents are the child’s first and most important teacher. As such it is vital for each member of the school staff to create a partnership between home and school while developing a good rapport with students, parents, and community members.
I feel it is imperative to the health and welfare of our students to help them holistically; acknowledging that a student’s physical, social and emotional well-being all relates to their learning. Students should be taught on an individual basis using positive reinforcement, while encouraging each individual to be unique, creative, productive members of our society. Administrators and their staff members need to recognize and provide for individual student differences and help each student develop a positive self-image. Students today must understand they have choices and their choices create who they will someday be.
As an administrator, I believe it is necessary to help encourage all stakeholders, teachers, and classified staff to use proven practices that work while incorporating new innovative ideas. The challenge is to change when the need arises.
It is imperative that educators are flexible, creative, innovative, consistent, fair and caring. As an administrator I have a great opportunity to encourage all to do their very best and it is exciting to watch a school community grow and more importantly for the students’ themselves to be given every opportunity for post-secondary success in whatever area they choose. Every time it happens it makes what I do meaningful and worthwhile. Let’s have a great year! My goal is to have our students become academic and athletic champions as well as productive global citizens.
- Kindergarten Sonya StMarks
- 1st Grade Sherri Bassett
- 2nd Grade Melissa Andreas
- 3rd Grade Dorothy Morrison
- 4th Grade Shane Braun
- 5th Grade Jasmine Durnam
- 6th Grade Holly Kincaid