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Travis Frazee named assistant principal at District 518's Intermediate School

Travis Frazee has been named as the new assistant principal at Worthington’s Intermediate School.


Frazee is a 1995 graduate of Worthington High School. He went onto Minnesota West Community and Technical College for the start of his post-secondary education. While at Minnesota West, Frazee worked during summer school as a paraprofessional; that opportunity turned into a full-time position and the start of his career in education.


After receiving his degree at Minnesota West, Frazee attended Minnesota State University, Mankato for elementary education and switched his degree to special education. He then attended and graduated mid-year from Minnesota State Moorhead in 2001, and then spent the remainder of the school year teaching at Litchfield.

Frazee moved back to Worthington in the summer of 2002 to teach at summer school and look for his next teaching assignment, which appeared during the summer. He was hired to teach at Worthington High School for the fall of 2002.


While teaching at WHS and District 518, Frazee earned his master’s degree in 2009 and administrative license in 2012 from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. In 2013, he was named the assistant principal at Marshall High School, and he has worked for Marshall Public Schools for the past 11 years.


Frazee is looking forward to change and new adventures, along with working with younger-aged students.

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