BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. — One school system is rolling out the red carpet for one of its own.
As Bartow County recognizes outstanding teachers, it’s honoring a woman who has dedicated her life to students for more than six decades.
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Thursday is Ms. Dot Day, in honor of Dot Frasier.
On Oct. 18, 2021, a proclamation honoring Frasier was signed and issued. In subsequent years, the date will be proclaimed, “Ms. Dot Day” within the Bartow County School System.
Frasier has been serving Bartow County students and staff for 64 years as a teacher, principal and executive director of the education foundation.
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Frasier is 87 years young and is still involved in numerous programs.
“Ms. Dot has never slowed down. She exemplifies a life calling that is powered purely by her great love of people, both big and small. We are a better community for her work, dedication and love,” Bartow County School Board Member Anna Sullivan said.
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