Mrs. Marjorie Frasch

Phone: 208-855-4120

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Education - University of Negros Occidental - Recoletos, Philippines Master of Arts in Education major in Special Education - University of Negros Occidental - Recoletos, Philippines Standard Exceptional Child Generalist K-12 Certification Special Education License Level Three-A Instructional Leader Pre K-12

Mrs. Marjorie Frasch

Becoming a teacher has been a dream since I was a young kid. At 21, I graduated Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos in the Philippines in 1988, with flying colors. I also studied Bachelor of Science in Engineering major in Industrial Management. My first year of teaching was in a Chinese school as an English teacher for 2 years and then I became a math and English teacher in one of the private schools in the Philippines and a school paper moderator for 3 years. At the same time, became an English professor in the University where I graduated.

Ambitious as I am, I went to Brunei Darussalam and taught there for 12 years. I became the School Head/Principal of one of the branches of a private school there. Then, I decided to go back to the Philippines to finish graduate school. I earned my Master of Arts in Education degree major in Special Education in 2008, and became the Academic Coordinator of the University of St La Salle Language Center where I taught Koreans and Japanese students and professionals who came to the Philippines to learn Basic English. I also became a Graduate School Professor teaching Special Education.

In 2009, I taught in Maricopa School District in Arizona as a Special Education Teacher.  I love being an Educator. My mantra is to encourage minds to think, hands to create and hearts to love.  The opportunity to change the lives of these wonderful children is making a big difference in my life as well.  These children becomes mine as well.

In addition to that, I have the opportunity to mentor new special education teachers here in Idaho.  Teaching is very fulfilling. It entails going an extra mile for our students and lots of love for our job.