Laura Lynne Frazier – Fifth Grade Teacher
Laura Lynne Frazier has taught 5th grade at ABS for 3 years and is looking forward to creating some interesting units of study in all areas with her new 5th grade team. She has 3 children – one son in the Marines, another at UNCW, and a daughter at APP State – and 2 dogs, Sparky and Charlie. Her oldest is now married and is expecting a child in September….. Grandma, Glamma, Gammy? Suggestions welcomed! Laura Lynne loves music (she directed children’s choirs for 15 years, sings and plays the flute), reading, walking, going to movies, visiting the various wineries here in North Carolina, and traveling (almost anywhere) with her husband, Rob.
Leni Fragakis – Fifth Grade Teacher
Leni Fragakis graduated from High Point University with a degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Special Education. She earned her M.Ed. in Elementary Education with a focus in literacy and completed her add-on administrative license at HPU. At ABS, she has worked as a first grade assistant and a third grade teacher. Her new adventure is working on her Doctorate in Educational Leadership. Because of her past work in libraries, she has a passion for reading and especially children’s books, which has led her to publish two integrated units of study for the International Literacy Association. In her spare time, Ms. Leni watches basketball, spends time with her big Greek family, and teaches group fitness classes.
Rebecca Koza – Fifth Grade Teacher
Becky Koza has taught 4th grade for 4 years and is excited to teach 5th grade this year! Becky is a graduate from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in Elementary Education and minors in communication and dance. While at WFU, she was awarded the Jerry A. Hall Excellence in Student Teaching Award. She was also the recipient of the 2013 National Science Teacher Association Maitland P. Simmons Memorial Award for New Teachers. She is licensed in academically and intellectually gifted education. She is currently finishing up earning a Master of Science in Education with a focus on Technology for Educators at Johns Hopkins University. She loves bringing her love of dance and theater into the classroom, utilizing technology to enhance learning, and developing innovative ways to challenge and inspire students. When not in the classroom, she enjoys cheering on the Deacs at Wake Forest football games and spending time at the beach with her family!