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Administrative Personnel

Warrick Education Center

The administrative staff at WEC is fully dedicated to maintaining an environment that is conducive to academic success for every student.



Mr. Ryan Frazier


Mr. Frazier began his teaching career at Central High School. While at Central, he taught United States History, Government, and Indiana Studies. He also had the opportunity to co-teach United States History and Government. After teaching at Central, Ryan served as an Assistant Principal at Harrison High School.  Mr. Frazier is also currently an Assistant Principal at Castle High School.

Ryan earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education - Social Studies from the University of Evansville. He earned his Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Ball State University.

Ryan and his wife Abbey have three children. Abbey is a teacher at Newburgh Elementary School.


Mr. Ryan McKinney

Lead Teacher

Mr. McKInney is a 1992 Boonville High School grad.  After high school, he went on to play baseball at Purdue University and graduated in 1997 with a degree in Education.  He earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Oakland City University.  In addition to being the lead teacher at the Warrick Education Center, Mr. Mckinney coaches the Boonville High School Baseball team.  

Ryan and his wife Andrea, who is a guidance counselor at Castle High School, have three children, Avery, Cade and Trey.  


Mrs. Erica Clifton

Clerical Aid

Mrs. Clifton is a Washington Catholic High School alumni who currently resides in Newburgh, with her husband and 4 children.  


Mrs. Danielle Russell


Mrs. Russell is originally from Glades County, Florida, and a 1996 graduate of Moore Haven High School. After serving in the United States Air Force for 6 years, she attended Hodges University receiving her degree in Computer Communications.  Mrs. Russell is also the secretary/treasurer for the Warrick Pathways & Career Center and operates the WCSC Print Shop.

Danielle and her husband, Shawn, have 4 sons and 2 daughters in the Boonville school district.


Mrs. Katy Barnes

Homeschool Advisor

Mrs. Barnes provides services to the students of the Warrick Education Center and the Warrick Pathways & Career Center. Prior to joining the WCSC, she worked as a probation officer for Warrick County. 

Mrs. Barnes is a lifelong resident of Warrick County and a 2008 Tecumseh High School graduate, where she now coaches girls' volleyball and tennis.  After high school, Mrs. Barnes went on to receive her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Kentucky Wesleyan University.