I am very grateful to the staff and especially the teachers of Frazier for their patience advice and commitment to embrace our child for his needs.
Frazier Elementary School is a public elementary school in Cross Timber. The principal of Frazier Elementary School is REXANNE HIGGINS and can be contacted at email@example.com. 571 students go to Frazier Elementary School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 2% of the Frazier Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 38% of the 571 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 33% get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Frazier Elementary School is 16:1. Deer Creek Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||33%||34%|
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We have been at Frazier since the new building opened and LOVE it. Teachers are awesome and care about our children. I always praise our school and brag about how much the staff and Pto take care of them.
My kids teachers are awesome. They love to go to school. Even the teachers that don't have my kids still have a great relationship with them.
We moved to the Burleson area because of the great school system. Frazier elementary is fantastic and so are the staff members. The school takes pride in involving parents in the students education and pay attention to your child in a way that other schools do not. The only problem I have is that it seems the school is becoming very over crowded. The ISD needs to address this and soon.
We just love Frazier! We moved to this area three years ago and have been at Frazier for the last two and I can't even describe the amount of pleasure and confidence I have in the ability of this school teaching and caring for my kids. Everyone is always smiling and willing to help in any way they can. My kids thoroughly enjoy going to school and love all the teachers they have had so far. Everyday they come home they are always talking about their day and the things they learned. By far the best school I have ever dealt with!!!! Go Frazier Bears!!!!
My child is finishing up Kindergarten this year at Frazier. We have had a great experience. Don't let the '6' score detour you. The parents & the teachers/admin are super involved!
love the school my grandkids go there and they have learned so much.they always talk about there day at school.
This is the first year my children are attending school to see them go off is a very hard thing to see & experience as with all parents we want are children to enjoy it and feel comfortable because for them it can be scary when i went to enroll my children at frazier elementry school i understood clearly why it's rating is poor i am dissapointed that this is the school my children have to attend But i am willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. i am praying thier teachers are different. I am not satisfied at all with the caracters of all whom assisted in my children's enrolment i will be making plans to move so that i make sure my children are cared for & taught not only with wisdom but with a heart making my childrens experience the best. best of luck to all moms
My son has been attending Frazier since kindergarten. I love them they are wonderful!!
Our family recently moved here from California. The differences at Frazier are astounding. I love the way we drive up to pick up our students and the amount of supervision there. The school in Ca. did not even have parking we would park down the street and walk. The classes are smaller the school is smaller the parents more involved and the teachers more caring. A big improvement from what we left in California.
My daughter just finished out her 1st grade year at Frazier. We have been with Frazier for two years now and although we do enjoy the school we are becoming discouraged with the overcrowding issues. The classrooms are becoming smaller and smaller . Burleson is a booming community and the ISD needs to address the problem. My daughter's classroom was very crowded and I feel like it may have contributed to some problems that she was having staying focused. In kindergarten the teacher wanted to test her for the gifted but in 1st grade she began having problems staying focused . Kids were practically sitting on top of kids. I did speak to her teacher and she did try to stay on top of the situation at the school and we did as well at home. I hope things will improve or a new school soon.
Ms. Dethloff is an incredible kindergarten teacher. She makes learning fun.