Woodbury Elementary is a part of Shaker Heights Schools. The schools' interim superintendent Stephen M. Wilkins called Fraser's death an "unimaginable" loss. "Aisha was a devoted mother and a longtime committed teacher to Woodbury students. She touched so many of our children’s lives and will be deeply missed," Wilkins said in a statement. "Her loss is unexpected and the impact of this news on our entire school community is unimaginable and profound."
Fraser taught history and math to sixth graders at Woodbury Elementary, according to Shakerite, the Shaker Heights High School student newspaper. Multiple former students described Fraser as incredibly caring and always there for her students. "She made sure that all of her students felt heard and she was able to create a relationship between all of us," former student Faith Jalango told Shakerite. "If I was ever having a bad day, she would let me come and eat lunch in her room."
Fraser had two daughters, according to NBC News: Audrey, 11, and Ava, 8.
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