Jeannie Frazier is the faculty advisor for the Human Sciences concentration and provides support to the Child Development program. She is also the Generalist instructor and teaches a variety of courses in the department. Ms. Frazier has 18 years of secondary teaching experience and has served as Food Service Director for a public school system. While teaching on the secondary level, she taught general FCS courses along with other career technical courses including Technology Discovery.
Currently enrolled in the Instructional Leadership doctoral program; Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
M.S. Home Economics Education – minor in Family Life Studies, University of Southern Mississippi, 1985
B.S. Home Economics in Equipment and Business, University of Southern Mississippi, 1983
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS), Alabama Affiliate of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (ALAFCS): V.P. of Program Development Board Member, Kappa Omicron Nu (FCS Honor Society).
Alabama Teaching Certification: Class A; Secondary 6-12; Certified in Family and Consumer Sciences (CFCS); ServSafe Certification
Disciplinary Action Committee, NCATE-Standard 5, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences AAFCS Accreditation Committee
Courses currently teaching
FCS 215-Introductory Nutrition
FCS 325-Quantity Foods
FCS 332-Social and Cultural Aspects of Apparel
FCS 355-Family Life Education
FCS 422-Food Service Management
FCS 428-International Foods
FCS 471-Housing and Home Management