Julia Miller comes to USD 408 straight out of Bethel College.

She will teach vocal music to fifth through 12th grades and will be the fall musical director.

This is Miller’s first teaching job after graduating in May. Passionate about music, she hopes to make vocal music relatable to people of any age and teach her students to work as a team to deliver a strong performance.

Marion adds three to school staff

Alisha Frazier has eight years of teaching experience. She will teach art, and be the sophomore class sponsor.

A graduate of Emporia State University, she received a bachelor’s degree in art and has an English as a Second Language endorsement from Newman University.

Fraizer has two dogs and said she is excited to be a part of the Marion community.

“Helping students foster an appreciation of the arts and grow in their artistic skills is my No. 1 goal,” she said. “I look forward to all the wonderful things this school year will bring.”

The new family and consumer sciences teacher, Ellen Haslouer, has been teaching since 1980.

She comes to Marion after 16 years in Hope. In addition to her teaching duties she will be the FCCLA adviser.

Haslouer received a master’s in secondary education in Kansas State University and a bachelors in FACS from the University of Kansas.

She and her husband, Charles, have three adult children.

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