• Name: Mr. Rob FrazierSam
    Subjects: Student Leadership (ASB), Civics, Law & Society
    E-mail: frazierrobert@dublinusd.org (Please allow at least 24 hours for a response.)
    Phone: 925.833.3300 ext. 7199 (Please allow at least 24 hours for a response.)
    Room: L-102 and Student Activities Office
    Prep Period: 5th
    Office Hours: Please contact me directly to schedule an appointment.
    Thank you for visiting my web page! Specific information for all of my classes can be found below. I am very grateful to be part of the Dublin High community and I look forward to working with you this year. I value and encourage open communication - please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns! 
    2020-2021 Freshman Leadership
    Please contact Ms. Kelly Beck for information on the Freshman Leadership course or application.
    About Me
    I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Science from California State University, Sacramento. I grew up just a few blocks away from Dublin High and after going to school and teaching in Sacramento, I am thrilled to be back in the Bay Area!
    Google Classroom
    Students may access the Google Classroom sites for each course using the invitation codes below. A "mydusd.org" e-mail address is required to join the Google Classroom, so parents are unable to access this site. Please contact me at any time (after speaking with your student) if you need further information/clarification on a specific assignment.
    Law and Society:
    Student Leadership (0 period):
    Student Leadership (4th period):
    For all of my courses, students should come to class every day prepared to work. This includes having writing implements and a notebook for notes/other activities. Students in Leadership will be required to maintain a digital or handwritten service hour log and a notebook for journal entries/reflections/activities, and students in Civics/Law & Society will be required to maintain a notebook for lecture notes/classwork. Specific procedures for each course will be discussed during the first week of class.