Mrs. Diana Frazier is the Band Director at Wetumpka Middle School in Wetumpka, AL. She also assists Mr. Warnix with "The Pride of the Tribe Marching Band" at Wetumpka High School. Mrs. Frazier is a native of New Brockton, AL where she graduated with honors from New Brockton High School in 1994. She received her B.S. in Music Education in 1998 from Troy University where she was a member and section leader in various performing ensembles including “The Sound of the South” marching band, concert band, the Collegiate Singers, the pit orchestra, and the principle bassoonist in the Troy Symphony Band. She received her Masters degree in Music Education from Auburn University in 2009. Mrs. Frazier is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, Delta Epsilon Iota, Alabama Bandmasters Association, the National Association for Music Education, the Alabama Educators Association, and the National Educators Association.
Mrs. Frazier began her teaching career in Zephyrhills, Florida where she taught elementary music at Chester Taylor Elementary School from 1998-2000. She then moved to Montgomery, Alabama where she became the band director at Capitol Heights Jr. High School from 2000-2003. She also served as the band director at Georgia Washington Jr. High from 2003-2010.
Under Mrs. Frazier’s leadership, the band program at WMS has grown from 16 members to over 100 members in just a few short years. The Wetumpka Middle School band has received Superior Ratings at the state music festival. Many of her students have been selected to participate in various honor bands including the All-State Band.
Mrs. Frazier and her husband, Preston, have two children, Sarah and Alex.