Dean lamar Allen
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Monday - Friday
Before School 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
After School 3:11 PM - 6:00 PM
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Principal Juanita B. Frasier Region 1
VISION AND MISSION
Our vision is to educate, inspire, and equip all students to achieve their full potential by being college and career ready by exit.
Our mission is to create a partnership between school, home, and community, fostering a positive, nurturing environment in which individuals can reach their maximum potential educationally, emotionally, and socially.
Mr. Dean LaMar Allen
Our Namesake Mr. Dean LaMar AllenDean LaMar Allen was born in Las Vegas in 1927 on the historic Kyle Ranch, where he grew up with his parents, sister and two brothers. Mr. Allen attended the Fifth Street Grammar School, Las Vegas High School, and then graduated from Brigham Young University with a major in Zoology. He attained a Masters Degree in Education and received National Science Foundation Scholarships, and afterwards was a U.S. Navy Veteran of World War II. Mr. Allen began teaching in 1952 at Jefferson Elementary. From there he went to J.D. Smith Junior High, Crestwood Elementary, and John C. Fremont Junior High School.
Going the extra mile was Mr. Allen's belief, and he did this with every aspect of his teaching career. He coordinated science fairs, sponsored science clubs, astronomy research, and Saturday field trips to Mt. Charleston, Red Rock, and Lake Mead. He initiated the "hands on" lab programs at Fremont Junior High. He believed that learning was about "doing" and experiencing it yourself. He wanted his students to experience the magic of science, not just read about it from a text book. It was very important for Mr. Allen to be there for any student who needed extra help.
He had a strong philosophy in teaching his students that he lived by: "It doesn't matter how intelligent you are, but that you are willing and interested in trying to learn." Because of his teaching capabilities, Mr. Allen served as a Master Teacher and hosted many student teachers.
Outside of teaching, Mr. Allen served in many capacities for the City Recreation Department. He volunteered and served on committees for the local Boy Scouts of America. He was a merit badge counselor for weather, astronomy and gardening. When there was a community project or activity, you didn't have to look far to see him helping out. Mr. Allen assisted with food drives, marched in parades with students, and lead church youth activities. Dean LaMar Allen retired in 1986 from Fremont Junior High School serving Clark County School District for thirty-four years. He passed away on August 29, 2001. Mr. Allen is loved by many who have crossed his path, and he will be sorely missed.
Winners for a Lifetime
OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Mrs. Juanita Booker Frasier is a native of South Carolina. She is in her sixteenth year of administration within the Clark County School District. The 2022-2023 school year begins her tenth year as the principal of Dean Allen Elementary School. Prior to assuming the role as principal of Dean Allen Elementary, she served as dean of students at Escobedo Middle School and Swainston Middle School. She began her career as a science and mathematics educator in the Charleston County School District and the Spartanburg County School District V in South Carolina in 1995. In 2002, she became a part of the Clark County School District and worked as a mathematics teacher, dean of students, and principal.
She completed her undergraduate education at the College of Charleston with a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education. Mrs. Frasier currently holds a Master of Arts in Education Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix and an Educational Leadership Certification from Georgetown University.
Juanita has been described by her peers as a leader who seeks to create relationships with her students, parents, and staff that will ensure that students continue to succeed and make academic gains. She seeks to communicate and collaborate with community groups to provide resources for her students and staff to meet the academic needs of her students. She believes that creating an atmosphere that focuses on the success of all students through positive relationships, use of innovative structures, and careful analysis of student growth data will lead to closing achievement gaps.
She has been married to Edward Frasier III for twenty-eight years. They have three adult children, Edward IV (27) married to Dalia, Adrie married to Rohit (26), Stewart (21). She enjoys spending time with family, reading, gardening, attending church, and playing golf with her husband when the weather is optimal. She resides within the Centennial Hills area.
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