LC Technology and Career Center Spotlight

Work-Based Learning, Exploring Computer Science, Family and Consumer Science
Tonya Frazier is an educator at Lawrence County High School as a Family and Consumer Science teacher. This is her second year in the district but her 23rd year as a teacher.
As a teacher, she endeavors to create an educational partnership with parents, students, and fellow teachers to provide a nurturing and challenging educational environment that will foster courage, determination, and passion for knowledge.
Frazier currently holds endorsements in Family and Consumer Sciences, Information and Communication Technology, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), and Economics. She is Internet and Computing Core (IC3) certified, a Certified Online Instructor (C.O.O.L.), and has also been designated as a Master Teacher of Entrepreneurship.
She is a 1990 graduate of Alcorn State University with additional coursework at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Frazier is a widow to the late William Frazier, who passed away in December 2017 nearly 20 years of marriage.
In 2015, her former colleague, Vanessa King, passed away. Frazier said King was a great friend and mentor in education. She dedicates her service as an educator to the memory of them both.
In her leisure time, she enjoys cooking, reading, shopping, and being a sports fanatic.