Megan Frazier named 2024 District CTE Teacher of the Year for Currituck County Schools

Published 7:48 am Monday, April 1, 2024

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Currituck County Schools has announced that Megan Frazier has been selected as the district’s CTE (Career and Technical Education) Teacher of the Year.

Frazier joined Currituck County Schools in 2014 and currently teaches computer science and project management at J.P. Knapp Early College High School. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Frazier is the advisor for the school’s national award-winning Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter and serves as the school’s e-sports liaison.

CTE director Jennifer Woods expressed admiration for Frazier’s work, saying, “Megan is an exceptional teacher who brings wonderful opportunities to students. She has been a dedicated Currituck teacher for the past ten years. She is the J.P. Knapp FBLA advisor and brought computer science and esports to the early college. Her love for professional development is also evident as she most recently participated in writing the NCDPI middle school personal finance curriculum.”

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Frazier now also represents Currituck County Schools’ nomination for the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) 2024 Career Technical Education Teacher of the Year program. The NCCAT CTE Teacher of the Year process was developed to honor and retain excellent CTE teachers and education leaders in North Carolina public schools and public charter schools.

“Currituck County Schools congratulates Mrs. Megan Frazier on this well-deserved recognition and thanks her for her dedication to excellence in education. We are proud to have her as part of our team and thrilled to honor her with this award,” stated a CCS news release.