November 25, 2019
Oxford Middle School
“I am so grateful to receive this honor, especially this week, as we wrap up this year’s musical! I really appreciate the recognition from colleagues who I respect so much. I am so thankful to work in the Oxford School District teaching the subject that I have loved my entire life! It is a joy to see these young people learn and grow into creative, thoughtful adults.”
The Oxford School District is proud to recognize Oxford Middle School teacher Debra Anderson as our Employee of the Week. Mrs. Anderson helps make our district a great place to work and learn.
Here’s what Oxford Middle School has to say about Mrs. Anderson:
“Mrs. Anderson has the amazing ability to involve the entire community whenever she puts on a production! Parents have the opportunity to actually be a part of their child’s experience. Pulling talent from middle-schoolers and coordinating all the behind-the-scenes events is not for the faint-hearted. Her classroom teaching lends itself to students understanding and loving theater.”
“Mrs. Anderson is passionate about her position and it shows! She is an amazing teacher!”
“This week, with the successful presentation of Frozen, The Musical, is an excellent example of why Debra Anderson should be chosen as Employee of the Week. To pull off such a performance, she has to be a teacher, administrator, lighting expert, carpenter, seamstress, counselor, director, producer, and many more. She plays all of these roles successfully.”
“Mrs. Anderson did a wonderful job with the school musical, incorporating multiple schools and allowing the students the opportunity to perform for the other schools.”
“She always does such an amazing job with the OMS musicals! She has worked extremely hard this week.”
“Mrs. Anderson works herself overtime to provide opportunities for students to participate in Theater.”
“Mrs. Anderson has worked so hard with students this quarter to put on a great school musical!”
Congratulations, Mrs. Anderson! You’re a great representative of the #ChargerNation.